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AOM 2016 PDW: Gender, Generations and Leadership: Insights from South Asia

Abstract Scholars have described the global leadership literature as western-centric (Arvey et al., 2015), age-blind (Spisak et al., 2014) and male-dominated (Kyriakidou, 2012; Syed & Murray, 2008). This PDW aims to address these gaps by providing an unconventional non- western perspective (Bamberger & Pratt, 2010) and incorporating intersectionality in gender and/or generational issues (Shields, 2008). […]

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Call for Papers – “Gender, Generation and Leadership: Insights from South Asia”

Special issue call for papers from South Asian Journal of Global Business Research “Gender, Generation and Leadership: Insights from South Asia” Guest Editors Shaista E. Khilji Jawad Syed Mary Sully De Luque Summary Global leadership has served as a hallmark topic in leadership research for the past few decades, in response to an unprecedented growth […]

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AOM 2014 PDW: Conducting research in South Asia: Thinking ahead and being different

This is an interactive PDW (in a roundtable discussion format) that presents South Asia as neglected context in international management (IM) research despite its richness and complexity. We focus upon highlighting relevance of the emerging South Asian economies in international management (IM) research, and pose two main questions, a) why it is important to conduct […]

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AOM 2014 Symposium: Working wo(men) of South Asia: Why we matter

Organisers: Edwina Pio, Jawad Syed Abstract Complexity is a key aspect of South Asia with a population of 1.649 billion. Caste, class, patriarchy, religion, agriculture, technology, terrorism and violence impact working wo(men) on an everyday basis. In constructing South Asian wo(men), we are aware of the multiplicity of socio-cultural, religious, political and institutional intersections in […]

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Contextualising management and organisations in South Asia

What if our actions were imbued with the sacred? What if activism in organisations evokes better local society and responsible global community? What if sacred activism signals the performance of a deeper understanding and mindful actions for contextualising management and organisations in South Asia? These are some of the questions we pose to scholars and […]

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Gender equality at work in South Asia – Special Issue of ‘Gender in Management’

This paper is a guest editorial piece in the Special Issue of the Gender in Management journal on “Gender equality at work in South Asia”. In this paper, the authors aim not only to introduce the papers selected for the Special Issue but also to offer an overview of the current state of female employment, […]

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AOM 2011: SAAM Breakfast and Symposium

Invitation to SAAM Breakfast and Symposium at the Academy of Management Conference: 16 August 2011 Dear colleagues, If you originate from South Asia or if your research concerns management and organizations in countries in South Asia or is related

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CFP: GDO in South Asia (Special Issue of “Equality, Diversity and Inclusion” Journal)

Call for Papers (Updated) ‘Gender and Diversity in Organizations in South Asia’   Special Issue Editors Jawad Syed, University of Kent, UK, j.syed@kent.ac.uk Edwina Pio, AUT University, New Zealand, edwina.pio@aut.ac.nz   This is a call for papers for an SI titled,

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AOM 2011 Symposium: East Meets West: A South Asian Perspective on Management Theories and Practices

Call for Papers for a Scholarly Symposium at the Academy of Management 2011   East Meets West: A South Asian Perspective on Management Theories and Practices   San Antonio, Texas (August 12-16, 2011) http://annualmeeting.aomonline.org/2011   Symposium organizers: Jawad Syed, University of Kent, UK, j.syed@kent.ac.uk Naresh Khatri, University of Missouri, USA, khatrin@health.missouri.edu Shaista E. Khilji, The […]

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Entrepreneurship education in Bangladesh: a beginning – by Lee C. Nehrt

Source Publication: Journal of Small Business Management Date: Thursday, January 1 1987 During the 1970s the population of Bangladesh grew at an annual rate of nearly 3 percent while its food supply grew at an annual rate of only 1 to 2 percent. The country kept getting poorer and poorer as a result. By 1980, […]