Centre for Business and Development Studies

Working papers

 

CBDS Working Papers

2017 - 2015
Jonas Jonsson; Mette Fisker; Karin Buhmann (2016). From ’do no harm’ to doing more good: Extending the UN Framework to connect Political CSR with Business Responsibilities for Human Rights. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 26

Thilde Langevang (2016). Fashioning the future: Entrepreneuring in Africa’s emerging fashion industry. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 25

Michael W. Hansen; Thilde Langevang; Lettice Rutashobya; Goodluck Urassa (2015). Coping with the African business environment: Strategic response under market and institutional uncertainty in the Tanzanian food processing industry. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 24
 
2014 - 2010
Jacobo Ramirez; Sergio Madero; Carlos Muñiz (2014). The impact of 'narco-terrorism' on HRM. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 3

Karen Panum; Michael W. Hansen (2014). Successful Social Enterprises in Africa: Six Case Studies from Kenya. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 2

Jacobo Ramirez; Madero Gómez; Sergio Manuel; Carlos Muñiz (2014). Entrepreneurs' responses to organized crime and violence. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1

Michael W. Hansen; Wencke Gwozdz (2013). What makes MNCs succeed in developing countries? An empirical analysis of subsidiary performance. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1

Sameer Azizi (2012). Strategic CSR in AfghanistanThe Case of Roshan, An Afghan Telecommunication Company. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1

Kaja Tvedten; Michael W. Hansen; Søren Jeppesen (2012). Understanding the Rise of African Business: In search of an analytical framework. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 2

Schaumburg-Müller Henrik; Søren Jeppesen; Thilde Langevang (2010). Entrepreneurship Development in Africa. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 12
2009 - 2007
Chandran V. G. R.; Rajah Rasiah; Peter Wad (2009). Malaysian Manufacturing Systems of Innovation and Internationalization of R&D. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 11

Anne Kristin Hoenenand; Michael W. Hansen (2009). Oligopolistic competition and foreign directinvestment: (Re)Integrating the strategic management perspectivein the theory of multinational corporations. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 10

Michel W. Hansen (2008). Outward foreign direct investment from India: Theory and evidence. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 8

Sabrina Chong; Peter Wad (2008). State-driven Corporate Social Responsibility? Mediating Offshore Outsourcing and CSR in Malaysia. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 7

Andrew Crabtree (2008). Into Africa: FDI with Chinese characteristics. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 6

Søren Jeppesen; Claire Mainguy (2007). Foreign Direct Investment in Africa: Searching for impact in Mali and South Africa. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 6

Henrik Schaumburg-Müller; Eugene Pottenger; Michael W. Hansen (2007). Outsourcing for development: Towards a developing country firm perspective. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 4

Sanne Lehmann (2007). Human Resource Development in the Knowledge Economy: A Model for Analysing the Progress of Knowledge Development in Developing Country Firms. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 2

Andrew Crabtree (2007). Evaluating "The Bottom of the Pyramid" from a Fundamental Capabilities Perspective. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1

Michael W. Hansen; Henrik Schaumburg-Müller (2007). Firms in Developing Countries: A theoretical probe into the borderland of Business Studies and Development Studies. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 5

Henrik Schaumburg-Müller (2007). Vietnamese Garment Enterprises After the Termination of the Multi-Fiber Agreement. CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 3

Special CBDS Working Papers Serieses

SAFIC Case Studies
To be announced.
Working Papers based on Excellent Student Theses
Amalie Schmidt; Michael W. Hansen (2017). Internationalization Strategies of African Firms: A Aurvey of 210 Food Processing Firms from Tanzania, Kenya and Zambia. Special CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 1

Xu Xiwen; Michael W. Hansen (2017). PDF iconThe Arrival of Chinese Investors in Denmark: A Survey of Recent Trends in Chinese FDI in Denmark. Special CBDS Working Paper Series, No. 2

 

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