Mourad DakhliClinical Professor Institute of International Business
- Ph.D., University of South Carolina
- MBA, Wright State University
- B.E., Youngstown State University
- international business
- cross-cultural management
- international entrepreneurship
- social capital
- human capital
- emerging economies
Dr. Dakhli is professor of International Business and holds a Ph.D. from the Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. His research centers on the value-generating processes of human and social capital across different cultural and institutional settings and the implications on learning and innovation. Prior to joining GSU, he served as a faculty member at the American University of Kuwait, and taught at various places including the University of South Carolina, Azerbaijan State Oil Academy (Azerbaijan), the Caucasus School of Business (Republic of Georgia), and others.
His prior work experience includes developing and marketing industry training programs, managing capacity development projects at a number of academic institutions, and directing the activities of a bi-national chamber of commerce responsible for the promotion and implementation of a wide array of international trade and investment initiatives.
- Dakhli, M., Kovacs, E., Qing, L., White, M. (2018). How New Venture Student Teams Get Things Done: A Three-Country Study. Journal of International Business Education (in press).
- Dakhli, M., White, M., & El Zohairy, D. (2017). Assessment of Cross-Border Partnerships in Business Education: A Student Perspective from a MENA Country. Journal of International Business Education, (12): 71-82.
- Dakhli, M. & Ketata, I. (2015). Comparing Students’ Performance in an International Business Class across Two Nations: An Exploratory Study. Journal of International Business Education, (10): 95-116.
- Cavusoglu, L., & Dakhli, M. (2017). The Impact of Ethical Concerns on Fashion Consumerism: Case-based Evidence. Markets, Globalization & Development Review, 2(1).
- Cavusoglu, L., & Dakhli, M. (2016). The Impact of Ethical Concerns on Fashion Consumerism: A Review. Markets, Globalization & Development Review, 1(2).
- Dinkha, J., Mitchell, C., & Dakhli, M. (2015). Attachment Styles and Parasocial Relationships: A Collectivist Society Perspective, Construction of Social Psychology: Advances in Psychology and Psychological Trends Series, 105-121.
- Dakhli, M., Dinkha, J., Matta, M., & Aboul-Hosn, N. (2013). The effects of gender and culture on coping strategies: An extension study, International Journal of Social Sciences, 8(1), 87-98.
- Roth, K., T. Kostova and Dakhli. M. (2011). Exploring cultural misfit: Causes and consequences. International Business Review, 20:15-26.
- De Clercq, D., Danis, W. & Dakhli, M. (2010). The Moderating Effect of Institutional Context on the Relationship between Associational Activity and New Business Activity in Emerging Countries, International Business Review, 19(2): 85-101.
- Roth, M., Jayachandran, S., Dakhli, M., & Colton, D. (2009). Foreign Marketing Knowledge Use in Subsidiaries of Multinational Enterprises. Journal of International Marketing, 17(1): 1-29.
- De Clercq, D. & Dakhli, M. (2009). Personal Strain and Ethical Standards of the Self-employed. Journal of Business Venturing, 24(5): 477-490.
- Dakhli, M. & De Clercq, D. (2004). Human Capital, Social Capital, and Innovation: A Multi-country Study, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 16:107-28.
- Roth, M. & Dakhli, M. (2000). Regional Trade Agreements as Structural Networks: Implications for Foreign Direct Investment Decisions. Connections, 23: 60-71.