Rohin joined the PhD Programme in Organisational Behaviour at the London Business School in 2018. In an age of increasing global debates around privacy and transparency, and open versus closed boundaries between social groups, Rohin studies the social consequences of organized secrecy. Through research into contexts of intra-organizational secrecy (such as hidden R&D projects), and covert collective action (such as clandestine movements), his work seeks to probe the broad question: How does collective secrecy - the intentional concealment of information between groups of actors - work?
Rohin has an undergraduate degree in Economics from Macalester College. Prior to starting the PhD, he was a management consultant with Pricewaterhouse Coopers for four years, where he worked with over a dozen different organisations across multiple industries.
Outside of research, Rohin enjoys playing tennis, guitar, and trying to make a dent in his pile of "to-read" books.