Harish C. Chandan

Harish C. ChandanDr. Harish C. Chandan is Professor of Business at Argosy University, Atlanta. He was interim chair of the business program in 2011. He received President’s award for excellence in teaching in 2007, 2008 and 2009. His teaching philosophy is grounded in the learner needs and life-long learning. His research interests include research methods, leadership, marketing, and organizational behavior. He has published 20 peer-reviewed articles in business journals and five chapters in business reference books. Dr. Chandan has presented conference papers at Academy of Management, International Academy of Business and Management, Southeast Association of Information Systems, and Academy of International Business. Prior to joining Argosy, Dr. Chandan managed optical fiber and cable product qualification laboratories for Lucent Technologies, Bell Laboratories. During his career with Lucent, he had 40 technical publications, a chapter in a book and five patents.

Publications

Foreword
Harish C. Chandan. © 2020.
This Foreword is included in the book Interdisciplinary Approaches to Public Policy and Sustainability.
Foreword
Harish C. Chandan. © 2019. 2 pages.
This Foreword is included in the book Emerging Economic Models for Global Sustainability and Social Development.
A Comparison of Corporate Sustainability Reporting in Europe and the Mena Region
Harish C. Chandan. © 2019. 23 pages.
Corporate sustainability (CS) is becoming a strategic focus for large corporations globally. This chapter compares CS reporting in the Europe and MENA regions. A content analysis...
International Firms’ Economic Nationalism and Trade Policies in the Globalization Era
Harish C. Chandan, Bryan Christiansen. © 2019. 299 pages.
The current world economy is interconnected; however, due to recent economic crises, trade deficits, and nationalist movements, there is a political trend of economic nationalism...
Technology, Learning Styles, Values, and Work Ethics of Millennials
Harish C. Chandan. © 2019. 12 pages.
The widespread availability of the internet and digital technology tools since the 1980s has created a “tech-savvy generation” of people called the Millennials, who quickly adopt...
Corruption, Business Climate, and Economic Growth
Harish C. Chandan. © 2019. 24 pages.
Corruption is globally pervasive. Defined as abuse of entrusted power for private gain (Transparency International, 2013), corruption represents a set of economic, social...
Implementation of Green Supply Chain Management in a Globalized Economy
Harish C. Chandan. © 2019. 17 pages.
Green supply chain management (GSCM) practices help a firm to become eco-friendly, socially responsible, meet customer expectations, deal with industry peer-pressure and comply...
Rational, Emotional, and Neural Foundations of Economic Preferences
Harish C. Chandan. © 2018. 21 pages.
Classical economics assumes human economic decision making is completely rational and dominated by self-interest. Behavior economics emerged to account for the fact that human...
Blurred Lines between Competitive Intelligence and Corporate Espionage
Harish C. Chandan. © 2017. 12 pages.
In today's globalized world, gathering Competitive Intelligence (CI) and using it strategically to gain a competitive edge has become a necessity. Integrating knowledge...
Handbook of Research on Organizational Culture and Diversity in the Modern Workforce
Bryan Christiansen, Harish C. Chandan. © 2017. 506 pages.
Optimal development of contemporary businesses is dependent on a number of factors. By creating novel frameworks for organizational behavior, effective competitive advantage can...
Handbook of Research on Human Factors in Contemporary Workforce Development
Bryan Christiansen, Harish C. Chandan. © 2017. 563 pages.
The development of any organization is deeply connected with the influences of its employees. By implementing new competencies in the workforce, both the employees and the...
Motivations and Challenges of Female Entrepreneurship in Developed and Developing Economies
Harish C. Chandan. © 2017. 28 pages.
Globally, women entrepreneurs manage micro enterprises, social enterprises, small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) and knowledge-based businesses. The entrepreneurship rates for...
Motivations and Challenges of Female Entrepreneurship in Developed and Developing Economies
Harish C. Chandan. © 2017. 28 pages.
Globally, women entrepreneurs manage micro enterprises, social enterprises, small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) and knowledge-based businesses. The entrepreneurship rates for...
A Comparison of Corporate Sustainability Reporting in Europe and the Mena Region
Harish C. Chandan. © 2016. 22 pages.
Corporate sustainability (CS) is becoming a strategic focus for large corporations globally. This chapter compares CS reporting in the Europe and MENA regions. A content analysis...
Antecedents of Stakeholder Trust in Business Development in Latin America
Harish C. Chandan. © 2016. 25 pages.
Trust is the expectation of honest and co-operative future behavior based on commonly shared norms (Fukuyama, 1995). In Latin American region, people who believe that most people...
Motivations and Challenges of Female Entrepreneurship in Developed and Developing Economies
Harish C. Chandan. © 2016. 27 pages.
Globally, women entrepreneurs manage micro enterprises, social enterprises, small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) and knowledge-based businesses. The entrepreneurship rates for...
Implementation of Green Supply Chain Management in a Globalized Economy
Harish C. Chandan. © 2016. 17 pages.
Green supply chain management (GSCM) practices help a firm to become eco-friendly, socially responsible, meet customer expectations, deal with industry peer-pressure and comply...
Can Consolidated Supervision Deter Shadow Banking?
Rituparna Das, Harish C. Chandan. © 2016. 16 pages.
This chapter analyzes the business of shadow banking practiced by non banking financial companies that are subsidiaries of bank-groups or conglomerates across the continents. The...
Rational, Emotional, and Neural Foundations of Economic Preferences
Harish C. Chandan. © 2016. 21 pages.
Classical economics assumes human economic decision making is completely rational and dominated by self-interest. Behavior economics emerged to account for the fact that human...
Advances in Psychology, Mental Health, and Behavioral Studies
Bryan Christiansen, Harish C. Chandan. 2015.
The complexity of the human mind has puzzled researchers and physicians for centuries. While widely studied, the brain still remains largely misunderstood. The Advances in...
Business Ethics in Latin America and Its Impact on Sustained Economic Growth
Harish C. Chandan. © 2015. 21 pages.
Some of the major emerging economies in Latin America (LA) include Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, and Mexico. The discussion themes during the 2013 World Economic Forum on Latin...
Corruption, Business Climate, and Economic Growth
Harish C. Chandan. © 2015. 23 pages.
Corruption is globally pervasive. Defined as abuse of entrusted power for private gain (Transparency International, 2013), corruption represents a set of economic, social...
Creating a Culturally Sensitive Marketing Strategy for Diffusion of Innovations Using Hofstede's Six Dimensions of National Culture
Harish C. Chandan. © 2015. 25 pages.
Marketing incremental and radical innovations to consumers in different nations requires an understanding of the influence of their national culture, socioeconomic, and...
Impact of Cultural Intelligence on Global Business
Harish C. Chandan. © 2015. 23 pages.
In today's globalized business world, intercultural effectiveness is crucial to a firm's survival. Cultural intelligence, CQ, is a four-dimensional construct that helps...
Corruption, Business Climate, and Economic Growth
Harish C. Chandan. © 2015. 24 pages.
Corruption is globally pervasive. Defined as abuse of entrusted power for private gain (Transparency International, 2013), corruption represents a set of economic, social...
The Role of Religion and National Culture in Economic Growth of Emerging Markets
Harish C. Chandan. © 2015. 21 pages.
Religion can influence economic growth and economic growth can influence religiosity (Barro & Mitchell, 2004; Barro & McCleary, 2003; McCleary, 2007). Earlier, Weber (1904, 1930...
The Role of Religion and National Culture in Economic Growth of Emerging Markets
Harish C. Chandan. © 2014. 21 pages.
Religion can influence economic growth and economic growth can influence religiosity (Barro & Mitchell, 2004; Barro & McCleary, 2003; McCleary, 2007). Earlier, Weber (1904, 1930...
Creating a Culturally Sensitive Marketing Strategy for Diffusion of Innovations Using Hofstede's Six Dimensions of National Culture
Harish C. Chandan. © 2014. 26 pages.
Marketing incremental and radical innovations to consumers in different nations requires an understanding of the influence of their national culture, socioeconomic, and...
Business Ethics in Latin America and Its Impact on Sustained Economic Growth
Harish C. Chandan. © 2014. 20 pages.
Some of the major emerging economies in Latin America (LA) include Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru, and Mexico. The discussion themes during the 2013 World Economic Forum on Latin...
Knowledge Management and Its Challenges in Global Business
Harish C. Chandan. © 2013. 26 pages.
Knowledge Management (KM) is an organization-wide, strategic change management initiative dealing with people, processes, and Information Communication Technology (ICT) to...