I draw on organizational and management theory in the business, public, and nonprofit sectors, and work in close partnership with practitioner organizations to systematically collect data and test promising interventions through field research. My research agenda is motivated by questions that are of scholarly and policy relevance, reflecting my own background of over a decade working in international development and policy research.
Some of these studies are currently at the “revise and resubmit” or “under review” stages at journals like Strategic Management Journal, Business & Society, Public Management Review, and American Review of Public Administration, while others are conference drafts planned for submission.
Please email me for drafts of these studies.
Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
Social Entrepreneurship, Global Philanthropy, and International Aid
Early Stage Projects
I also have a number of other projects at earlier stages on nascent economic activities in Rohingya refugee camps; microenterprise development and social class, and public and private social innovations in healthcare for the base of the pyramid.