Tahiru Liedong

Dr

  • 8 WEST 4.3

20152017

Personal profile

Research interests

My research focuses on micro, meso and macro-level analyses of nonmarket strategy. Specifically, I am interested in exploring how corporate political strategies and corporate social responsibility programs are developed and how they affect the performance and governance of local and multinational enterprises. I am also interested in investigating the inter-relationship between business-government relations and institutional environments. Topics about political and institutional governance, dynamic political capabilities, ethicality of political strategies and political risk management also lie within my domain of expertise. I am particularly interested in emerging markets, especially those in Africa.

Willing to supervise PhD

I welcome potential PhD students and researchers with interest in nonmarket strategy and international business. Enquiries related to political risk and MNE strategy, political strategies and entrepreneurship/innovation/performance, dynamic political capabilities, and the complementarity of CSR and Corporate political activity are particularly encouraged.

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Corporate social responsibility Business & Economics
Efficacy Business & Economics
Corruption Business & Economics
Complementarity Business & Economics
Government policy Business & Economics
Ghana Business & Economics
Harmony Business & Economics
Survey data Business & Economics

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Research Output 2015 2017

Open Access
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Corruption
Ethical
Business education
Business schools
Stakeholders

Reality or Illusion? The Efficacy of Nonmarket Strategy in Institutional Risk Reduction

Liedong, T. A., Rajwani, T. & Mellahi, K. 6 Feb 2017 In : British Journal of Management.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Efficacy
Corporate social responsibility
Survey data
Complementarity
Institutional theory
1 Citations

Reality or Illusion? The Efficacy of Non-market Strategy in Institutional Risk Reduction

Liedong, T. A., Rajwani, T. & Mellahi, K. 10 Nov 2017 In : British Journal of Management. 28, 4, p. 609-628 20 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Efficacy
Corporate social responsibility
Survey data
Complementarity
Institutional theory