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Ramdas Chandra, Ph.D.

Ramdas Chandra
Associate Professor of International Business


  • PHD - New York University - International Business
  • MBA - University Delhi - Business Administration
  • BS - Maharashtra Institute of Technology, University of - Engineering
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INB 3550 International Business
INB 4600 International Management
INB 5807 Foundations of Global Business
INB 5822 Globalization and Emerging Markets
MGT 2050 Principles of Management
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The Impact of Quality of Human Capital on Development in Small Emerging Markets, Global Strategy and Emerging Markets, 2016, Birmingham, UK

Exploring the Emerging Economy Context: SMEs and Social Capital in Brazil, Academy of International Business, 2013, Birmingham, UK

Ramdas Chandra, Ravi Chinta, & Anne Fiedler (2020). Effects of Role Models and Financing Barriers on Women Entrepreneurship. Journal of Academy of Business and Economics 20(1), pp. 67-83.

Anne Fiedler, Ravi Chinta, & Ramdas Chandra (2020). U.S. Hospital Charges in Mastectomy: Empirical Analyses Using Patient, Hospital and Treatment Variables. Journal of International Finance and Economics 20(1), pp. 17-28.

Ravi Chinta, Raghu Tadepalli, & Ramdas Chandra (2019). Empirical Study of Need-driven and Opportunity-driven Women Entrepreneurship in the state of Alabama. SAM Advanced Management Journal (), pp. .

Ramdas Chandra & Ruth Clarke (2016). SMEs and Social Capital Exploiting the Brazilian Context. European Business Review 28(1), pp. .

Ramdas Chandra, Paul Willie, & Ruth Clarke (2015). Revenue Management in the Hotel Industry: Comparing US and Canadian Properties. Journal of Business Studies Quarterly 7(2), pp. .

Ramdas Chandra & P Nicelli (2013). Strategy Tools and the Kyoto Protocol's Flexible Development Mechanisms. Advances in Competitiveness Research 21(1/2), pp. .

Ramdas Chandra, P Rao, & Jongtae Shin (2012). R&D offshoring in multinational enterprises: Relevance of transaction cost and internalization theories. Competitiveness Review 22(5), pp. 376-395.

Ramdas Chandra & Ruth Clarke (2011). Bridging Voids: Constraints on Hispanic Entrepreneurs Building Social Capital. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business 14(2), pp. 286-302.

Ramdas Chandra, PM Rao, & Joseph Klein (2011). Innovation without Property Rights and Property Rights without Innovation: Recent Developments in the ICT Sector. Advances in Competitiveness Research 19(1/2), pp. 83-99.

Ramdas Chandra & John Swartz (2011). William Byrd Latin America: Pre-determinants of international acquisitions. International Journal of Case Method Research and Application 23(3), pp. 162.

Ramdas Chandra, John Swartz, William Harrington, & Horacio Rivera (2010). International Acquisitions: A Latin American Case Study. International Journal of Case Method Research and Application 22(3), pp. 229.

Ramdas Chandra & P Fadale (2009). The Kyoto Protocol's Flexible Development Mechanisms. Competition Forum 7(1&2), pp. .

Ramdas Chandra, Kashef Majid, & Annamma Joy (2007). The Growth of the Olympic Winter Games in Non-Traditional Markets. Sports Marketing Quarterly (), pp. .

Ramdas Chandra & Marie-Odile Richard (2005). A Model of Consumer Web Navigational Behavior: Conceptual Development and Application. Journal of Business Research 58(8), pp. .

Ramdas Chandra & Vandana Shankar (2005). Business Process Outsourcing: Just Another Revolution. Organizational Performance Review (), pp. .

Ramdas Chandra & Vandana Shankar (2004). Business Process Outsourcing: A Costs Perspective. European Business Forum (19), pp. .

M Majd, A Nussbaum Blask, B Markle, E Shalaby-Rana, H Pohl, J Park, Ramdas Chandra, K Rais-Bahrami, Naushira Pandya, K Patel, & H Rushton (2001). Acute pyelonephritis: comparison of diagnosis with 99mTc-DMSA, SPECT, spiral CT, MR imaging, and power Doppler US in an experimental pig model.. Radiology 218(1), pp. 101-8.

Ramdas Chandra & William Newburry (1997). A Cognitive Map of the International Business Field. International Business Review 6(4), pp. .

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