Publications


 

Publications



Single and jointly authored papers

Hansen, M. W., T. Langevang, L. Rutashobya & Urassa, G. (2017), Coping with the African Business Environment: Enterprise Strategy in Response to Institutional Uncertainty in Tanzania, Journal of African Business, 1-26

Kragelund, P. (2017), The making of local content policies in Zambia's copper sector: International impediments to resource-led development. Resources Policy, Vol. 51, p. 57-66

Hansen, M. W., Buur, L., Kjær, A.-M. and Therkildsen, O. (2016), The Economics and Politics of Local Content in African Extractives : Lessons from Tanzania, Uganda and Mozambique. Forum for Development Studies. Vol. 43, No. 2, p. 201-228

Charles, G., Jeppesen, S. Kamau, P. and Kragelund, P. (2016), Firm-level Perspectives on State-Business Relations in Africa: The Food-processing Sector in Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia.  Forum for Development Studies, Vol 44, No. 1, p. 109-131

Kragelund, P. and Carmody, P. (2016), The BRICS’ impact on local economic development in the Global South: the cases of a tourism town and two mining provinces in Zambia. Area Development and Policy

Tvedten, K., Wendelboe Hansen, M. and Jeppesen, S. (2014), Understanding the Rise of African Business: In search of business perspectives on African enterprise development. African Journal of Economic and Management Studies, Vol. 5, No. 3, p. 249-268

Urassa, G.C. (2014), The effect if the regulatory framework on the competitiveness of the dairy sector in Tanzania. International Journal of Public Sector Management, Vol. 27. No. 4, p. 296-305

Charles, G., (2014), Role of Family Resources in Firm Performance: Evidence from Tanzania. Journal of African Business, Vol. 15, No. 2, p. 122-135

Hampwaye, G. and Jeppesen, S. (2014), The role of state-business relations in the performance of Zambia's food processing sub-sector.

Charles, G. and Rwehikiza, D. (2012), Owner Managers' Perception of the Impact of Regulations on the Comeptitiveness of Food Processors in Tanzania.
 

Working and conference papers

SAFIC international Conference in Copenhagen, 6-7 April, 2016

Jacob, T. (2016), Creating effective institutions – When mining MNCs construct institutions in order to manage local risk. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Langevang, T., Hansen, M. W. and Rutashobya, L. (2016), Female entrepreneurship and institutional transformation in Tanzania. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Kragelund, P. (2016), The copper boom and the development bust: institutional impediments to resource-led development in Zambia. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Kaliba, M. (2016), Agro-processing Value Chains in Zambia: Governance and Institutions in the vegetable and Grain processing sub-sectors. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Gachukia, M. K. (2016), Drivers of Competitiveness: Kenya’s Fresh Fruits and Vegetable Export Value Chain A Six Decade Benevolent Resilience. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Thomsen, L., Kamau, P. and McCormick, D. (2016), Contextualizing territories in GVC supplier nodes to understand chain entry barriers: the case of the food processing industry in Kenya. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Jeppesen, S. and Kragelund, P. (2016), Doing (local) business in Zambia: Navigating reforms and steering unfriendly territories. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Uberti, L. J. (2016), Corruption, Rents and Growth: New Firm-Level Evidence from the Albanian and Kosovar Industrial Sectors. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Charles, G., Jeppesen, S., Kamau, P. and Kragelund, P. (2016), Firm-level perspectives on State-Business Relations in Africa: The food-processing industry in Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Mbura, J. and Rutashobya, L. K. (2016), Serendipitous networking dynamics and internationalisation of agro-processing firms in Tanzania. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Rwehikiza, D. (2016), Do Demographic characteristics of CEOs/owner managers matter in the grain milling sub-sector? The influence of Entrepreneurial Resources on firm performance. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Kalenga'a, W. C. (2016), Local manufacturing and engineering suppliers’ technological capabilities development and industrial linkages in Zambia’s mining sector. Download PDF here

Upadhyaya, R. and Wamalwa, H. (2016), Strategies for Success: A Case Study of Food Processing Firms in Nairobi, Kenya. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Ishengoma, E. (2016), Critical success factors and performance of food processers in Tanzania. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Hansen, M. W. (2016), What constitutes successful African enterprises. March 2016. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Wamalwa, H, (2016), Mapping Capability Building-Processes Among Food Processing Firms in Kenya. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Larsen, M. M. (2016), Accessing vs sourcing knowledge: A comparative study of R&D internationalization between emerging and advanced economy firms By Marcus Møller Larsen Research and development (R&D) internationalization is on the rise for advanced economy multinationa. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Rutashobya, L. K., Charles, G. and Ishengoma, E. (2016), Coordination and governance in food processing supply chains in Tanzania: constraints and strategies. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Hampwaye, G. and Kaliba, M. (2016), Tracking the Performance of Food Processing Sub-Sector Firms in Zambia: The Story Behind. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Buhmann, K., Jonsson, J. and Fisker, M. (2016), From 'do no harm' to do more good: Extending the UN Framework on Business & Human Rights towards Creating Shared Value by fulfilling human rights in developing countries and emerging markets. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016. Download PDF here

Thomsen, L. and Hvas, M. (2016), Tech hubs, linkages and global production networks: The case of iHub Nairobi, SAFIC International Conference. Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7, 2016. Download PDF here

Thomsen, L., Kamau, P., and McCormick, D. (2016), Reflections on entry barriers for suppliers to domestic and global retail markets: the case of food processing in Kenya. SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7 2016

Charles, G., Jeppensen, S., Kamau, P., and Kragelund, P. (2016), Firm-level perspectives on State-Business Relations in Africa: The food-processing industry in Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia, SAFIC International Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7, 2016 (2nd version of paper presented at the 3rd Joint Nordic Development Research Conference, Gothenburg University, Sweden, 4-5 November 2015). Download PDF here

Kamau, P. and McCormick, D. (2016), Market diversification strategy and success of food processing firms in Kenya. SAFIC International Conference. Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, April 6-7, 2016 (2nd version of paper presented at the 3rd Joint Nordic Development Research Conference, Gothenburg University, Sweden, 4-5 November 2015). Download PDF here

3rd Joint Nordic Development Research Conference, 2015

Thomsen, L. (2015), Reflections on entry barriers for suppliers to domestic and global retail markets: the case of food processing in Kenya. Paper presented at the 3rd Joint Nordic Development Research Conference, Gothenburg University, Sweden, 4-5 November, 2015

Hansen, H., Langevang, T., Rutashobya, L. and Urassa, G. (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, September 2015. Dowload PDF here

Spring, A. and Rutashobya, L. (2014), Gender and Entrepreneurship in Africa: Women Entrepreneurs Drive Prosperity, What hinders them? The Africa 2014 Prosperity Report, London, Legatum Institute. Download PDF here

Rutashobya, L. K. (2014), Coordination and Governance in Food Processing Supply Chains in Tanzania: Constraints and Strategies. 11th Annual Entrepreneurship Conference organised by Makerere University Entrepreneurship Centre, Kampala, November, 10-14, 2014

Rwehikiza, D. (2014), Grain milling subsector Dynamics and Coping mechanisms in Tanzania. 11th Annual Entrepreneurship Conference organised by Makerere University Entrepreneurship Centre, Kampala, November, 10-14, 2014

Japhet, M, Rutashobya, L, Goodluck C, and Hansen, M. (2014), Network Dynamics in the Internationalisation Process of Firms from Developing Countries: Literature Review and Case Study, Academy of International Business Sub-Saharan Africa Chapter Inaugural Conference. Nairobi, Kenya, August 13-15, 2014

Jeppesen, S. and Kothuis, B. (2014), Providing Southern Perspectives on CSR: Investigating formal and informal CSR practices and the views of managers and workers in SME garment companies in South Africa. Download PDF PDF iconhere

Hansen, M., Jeppesen, S. and Jorem, K. (2012), Understanding The Rise of African Business. In search of analytical framework for African Enterprise success'. Working paper, the Centre for Business and Development Studies, Copenhagen Business School. Follow this link to see the publication

Firm case studies


 

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