Recent Submissions

  • Entry mode and subsidiary performance in emerging economics 

    Kamal, Md. Shawkat (Mustang Journals, 2011)
    Based on Institutional Theory and the Resource Based View of the firm, this paper aims at finding a relationship between an MNC’s choice of entry mode and the subsequent performance of the subsidiaries. There is a serious ...
  • Survival during economic shock: the role of firm experience 

    Kamal, Sifat; Kamal, Shawkat (Journal of State University of Bangladesh, 2010-07)
    Based on organizational ecology and other management theories, this paper aims at finding a relationship between organizational aging and firm survival during economic shocks. There is differing evidence on whether ...
  • Authorship in leading management journals: representation from Asian business schools 

    Kamal, Shawkat; Duc, Le Manch; Qi, Zhu (© 2010 Bangladesh Institute of Management, 2010-12)
    This study investigates the representation of works by authors of affiliated with Asian business schools in top management journals. The results did not indicate strong support for change in the representation of works by ...
  • The economic impact of e-commerce 

    Hoq, Ziaul; Kamal, Md. Shawkat; Chowdhury, A H M Ehsanul Huda (© 2005 BRAC University Journal, BRAC University, 2005)
    E-commerce has a significant impact on business costs and productivity. E-Commerce has a chance to be widely adopted due to its simple applications. Thus it has a large economic impact. It gives the opportunity for ...
  • International acquisitions and the glabalization of firms from India 

    Delios, Andrew; Gaur, Ajai S.; Kamal, Shawkat (BRAC University, 2009-04-02)
  • Greenfield vs acquisitions: determinants of choice in emerging economies 

    Kamal, Shawkat (BRAC Business School, BRAC University, 2009)
    This paper aims at finding the determinants of entry mode choices for MNCs that enter emerging economy nations as wholly owned subsidiaries. Existing literature suggests that this area of international business literature ...