Kiran Mirchandani

Professor, Adult Education and Community Development Program, OISE


416 978-0884



Dr. Mirchandani’s research and teaching focuses on gendered and racialized processes in the workplace; critical perspectives on organizational development and learning; criminalization and welfare policy; and globalization and economic restructuring. Using qualitative, interpretive approaches, her work is based on qualitative interviews with transnational service workers in India and workers in precarious jobs in Canada.


Immigration and the labour market experiences of professional migrants to Canada
Processes of racialization and gendering in workplaces
Economic globalization and the transnationalization of service work
Labour standards and their enforcement
Welfare fraud policy and the criminalization of poverty

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