Liesl Riddle, associate dean of MBA programs and associate professor of international business, had three papers published this month:
“Diaspora Entrepreneurs as Institutional Change Agents: The Case of Thamel.com,” with Jennifer M. Brinkerhoff, in International Business Review;
“Contemporary Cleopatras: The Business Ethics of Female Egyptian Managers,” with Meghana Ayyagari, associate professor of international business, in Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues, Vol. 4 Issue 3, pp. 167-192; and
“Managerial Values in the Greater Middle East: Similarities and Differences across Seven Countries,” with David Ralston, Carolyn Egri, Charlotte Karam, David Brock, Tevfik Dalgic and Arif Butt, in International Business Review.