Dr. Debmalya Mukherjee Has Publications in Top Journals04/28/2011
Dr. Debmalya Mukherjee, assistant professor of management, has recently had articles accepted at top management and international business journals.
Mukherjee’s coauthored paper entitled "Environmental and Firm-Level Influences on Inter-organizational Trust and SME performance" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Management Studies. It examines the dynamics of trust in the backdrop of 565 German firms and is one of the first papers to integrate transaction cost and relational advantage theory to understand the nuances of trust and uncertainty in the realm of small and medium size enterprises.
“The Impact of Management Capability on the Firm Resource-Performance Relationship: Examining Indian Outsourcing Providers”, which has been accepted by the Journal of World Business, is the first of its kind to examine what resources and capabilities enable emerging market firms to enhance their performance.
Another co-authored article entitled “What determines top executive’s commitment towards international expertise? Exploring potential antecedents”, has been published in the Leadership and Organization Development Journal (vo. 31, issue 8). The paper explores factors that lead to greater levels of managerial commitment to develop human capital with international expertise in their companies. This timely and inventive research guides the manager to build up a talent base that can successfully compete in the global market place.
Mukherjee also coauthored a paper with Dr. Mahesh Srinivasan, assistant professor of management, which has been accepted for publication in the European Management Journal. In “Buyer-supplier partnership quality and supply chain performance: Moderating role of risks, and environmental uncertainty" the authors examine the relationship between buyer–supplier partnership quality and supply chain performance, in the presence of supply and demand side risks and environmental uncertainty and discuss theoretical and practical ramifications.