PhD - London School of Economics & Political Science
MSc - London School of Economics & Political Science
Bachelor of Engineering (Computer) - University of Mumbai 
Schooling – Sherwood College (Nainital, India) 
CAREER PROGRESSION AND SELECTED ACCOMPLISHMENTS - INDIA
Associate Professor (Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship) International Management Institute, New Delhi (IMI-Delhi) June 2011 - Current
Associate Professor (Innovation & Entrepreneurship) GD Goenka World Institute, Lancaster University
July 2010 – May 2011
Associate Director (Education) January 2009 – May 2010
NEN, Wadhwani Foundation
ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE , LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS , U.K. OCT. 2000 – AUG. 2008
TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT L S E (OCT. 2000 – MAR. 2008)
Information Systems & Innovation Group – Post-graduate [core & elective]
1. Information Systems Management [IS472]
2. Management & Economics of e-business [IS477/485]
3. Business Innovation: A techno-legal perspective[IS486b]
4. Designing Information Services [IS414/480]
5. Innovating Systems Development [IS471]
6. Information Technology: Issues & Skills[IS490]
7. Information Technology & Society[IS143]
Summer School Program
8. E-Business in the Digital Age[MG150]
Singapore Institute of Management (SIM), Singapore (University of London- External Program)
9. Software Engineering
SUPERVISION OF MASTERS DISSERTATIONS AT LSE FROM MAY 2004 TO AUGUST 2008
Supervised 25 Masters Thesis / Projects in the areas of Innovation and Entrepreneurship: for students in the Information Systems and Innovation Group, Department of Management, London School of Economics.
ADVISORY - GOVERNMENT AND NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION
SIDBI Innovation & Incubation Center (SIIC) at IIT-Kanpur July 2011 - ongoing
MSME Foundation (India) Promoting Innovation in Clusters July 2010 – March 2013
Creative Commons (England & Wales) October 2006 – January 2009
Emerging Business Models
Industry Governance Institute (U.K) January 2006 – August 2008
Making the organisation ‘Transparent’ to itself: Mapping Structures with Activities,
for effective controls and hence governance.
Ministry of Culture (U.K.) July 2007 - October 2007
Financing Intellectual Property for the creative industries.
European Union (Twinning Project) September 2006 - December 2007
IPR Enforcement (in Lithuania).
SOME SPEAKING / MODERATION ENGAGEMENTS
IIT-Delhi Higher Education: Envisioning the future July 2012
India at 100, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi April 2011
Panellist: Growth drivers for SMEs: Cluster based approach to IT & ITeS MSMEs
Indian Institute of Technology – Kanpur, India (AGCETI-2010) January 2010
Session Chair Moderator: Entrepreneurship Education Panel’ “Vote of Thanks”
i-Commons Summit, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil June 2006
“Emerging Business Models: Commercial Commons?”
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India December 2005
“IPR Management & Strategy”
Indian Law School, Pune, India December 2005
“Innovation in Legal Services”
Asia Pacific Network, London, U.K. December 2005
“P2P Systems and New Commercial Architectures”
Innovation, Entrepreneurship, IPR, Growth, Corporate Strategy
Dr. Khanna holds a PhD in Innovation and Information Systems from the Department of Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London, U.K. He further has an MSc in Analysis Design & Management of Information Systems from the LSE, U.K. and holds a Bachelors of Engineering in Computer Engineering from Mumbai University.
He has over 15 years of rich experience in consulting, academia and entrepreneurship in U.K., Europe and India including Business Start-Ups, Innovation Strategy, Intellectual Property & Rights Management, and Corporate Web 2.0.
Currently he is working with large Central Public Sector Enterprises of India, exploring their Innovation Capacities with the intent of redefining and hence developing their Innovation Strategy to enhance their competitiveness and grow sustainably.
He is passionate about promoting Entrepreneurship; use of mobile phones as a service delivery platform for its potential reach and providing a possible solution to the problem of "access" in the digital divide debate; and issue of privacy in this the digital age.
He has a voracious curiosity in current affairs, history and financial / credit / currency crisis still unfolding in the western economies (unintended consequences of "financial innovations"). He holds keen interest in videos and lectures available on the web and tracking the "commoditization" of high quality educational content and thus its impact on education delivery systems.
ACADEMIC PAPERS / DOCUMENTS (WORKING PAPERS)
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES FOR INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA