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Ranjita Singh, Assistant Professor, Entrepreneurship & Strategy

Dr. Ranjita Singh

Assistant Professor
DepartmentEntrepreneurship & Strategy
EducationMBA, PhD
OfficeTRS 1-066
Phone416-979-5000 ext. 553311


Ranjita is the coordinator of the BSM program, comprising 3 courses BSM 100, BSM 200 and BSM 600. Ranjita joined TRSM from the Amsterdam Business School (ABS), University of Amsterdam. Ranjita’s classroom style combines rigorous pedagogy and practical knowledge. Ranjita’s goal is to instil students with a deep curiosity about the business issues surrounding them and develop tools to think critically to solve problems in real organizational contexts. Ranjita’s research focuses on sustainability and corporate governance.

Dr. Ranjita’s recent work on corporate sustainability, studies the top 200 Canadian corporations and their sustainability reporting practices and asks the following questions?

  • Does Sustainability reporting differ based on their international presence?
  • Does a corporation’s public messaging match its sustainability reporting practices?

Sustainability, Corporate Governance and Evolution of Technology

Peer Reviewed Academic Publications
C. Nicholls-Nixon, Singh R.M., Chavoushi H Z., Valliere Dave. 2024. How incubation creates value for Technology-based and Creative Industries Entrepreneurs: A comparative study and research agenda. Journal of Small Business Management, 62:2, 591- 627. (external link, opens in new window) 
Singh R.M., & Walsh P. 2022. Identity and Image: Strategic and opportunistic antecedents tosustainability reporting. Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review, 6(4), 8–22. (external link, opens in new window) 

C. Nicholls-Nixon, Valliere Dave, Singh R.M., Chavoushi H Z. 2022. Incubating as context: how the People-Place nexus creates value for early-stage entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development. VOL. 34, NOS. 9–10, pgs. 868–889 (external link, opens in new window) 

Walsh P. & Singh Ranjita. 2022. Determinants of Millennial behaviour toward current and future use of video streaming services. Young Consumers (external link, opens in new window) , Vol. 23 No. 3, pp:397-412..  (external link, opens in new window)  
3 year impact factor per scimagojr is 2.645 (external link, opens in new window) 
Singh Ranjita, Walsh Philip, & Goodfield, Joshua. 2021. Assessing consumer interest in adoption of electric vehicles in Ontario, Canada: Implications for policy. Journal of Innovation Management 9(1), 51-69. DOI: (external link, opens in new window) 
Walsh P., Singh Ranjita & Malinsky M. 2021. Sustainability reporting and strategic legitimacy: the influence of operating in emerging economies on the level of GRI reporting in Canada’s largest companies. Corporate Governance and Sustainability Review. 5(1) 39-53. (external link, opens in new window) 
Paper was promoted as among top 20 in Virtus Press latest ranking: (external link, opens in new window) 
Singh Ranjita, Walsh Philip, & Mazza, Christina. 2019. Sustainable Housing: Understanding the Barriers to Adopting Net Zero Energy Homes in Ontario, Canada. Sustainability. 11 (22). (external link, opens in new window) 
Impact Factor per SCOPUS 3.251
Honours / Awards
Ted Rogers School of Management, Toronto Metropolitan University. Professor who made a mark award, 2014-2015.