Dr. Tarun Kanti Bose
Professor

Dr. Tarun Kanti Bose is a Professor at Business Administration Discipline in Khulna University, Bangladesh. He is also serving as the Head (in-charge) of Human Resource Management Discipline at the same University. His research interests are mainly in the areas of International Business, Entrepreneurship-Linked with Development. He has research collaborations and joint publications with researchers from nine countries including: Germany, UK, The Netherlands, Australia, Malaysia, China, India, South Korea, and Bangladesh.

Tarun has published 53 research papers in domestic and international journals. Several of those publications are in the journals listed in AJG (Academic Journal Guide, Chartered Association of Business Schools; CABSUK); VHB-JOURQUAL 3 (The German Academic Association of Business Research, VHB, Germany and Switzerland) and ABDC (Australian Business Deans Council) rankings; including: European Journal of International Management, Journal of East West Business, Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Contemporary Management Research, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, Journal of Small Business Strategy, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, International Journal of Export marketing, International Journal of Economics and Business Research, Journal of Commerce and Accounting Research, Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development etc. Apart from that in 2018, He has also written a book chapter on location and entrepreneurship with Professor Pavlos Dimitratos (University of Glasgow) and Professor Frank McDonald (University of Liverpool) in the book “The Routledge Companion to the Geography of International Business”. He has more than 900 Google scholar citations. Tarun has also performed the task of reviewing for international reputed journals such as: International Business Review (Elsevier), International Marketing Review (Emerald), International Small Business Journal (Sage), and Journal of East West Business (Taylor and Francis) etc. 

Tarun was awarded with research and other scholarships in seven different countries including Germany (DAAD, Research Grants-Doctoral Programmes in Germany, 2015-16), Switzerland (Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship for Doctoral Studies, 2015-16), UK (College of Social Science PhD Scholarship, University of Glasgow, 2015-16), Australia (International Post-graduate Research Scholarship, 2014-15) and The Netherlands (The Netherlands Fellowship Program for Masters Study, 2010-11).

Tarun has obtained his PhD in International Business from Adam Smith Business School of University of Glasgow, The UK under the supervision of Professor Pavlos Dimitratos. He mostly enjoys teaching Economics. Apart from that International Business; Entrepreneurship, Strategy are also included in his favourite teaching subjects. He has more than 13 years of experience in teaching and research and studied in the Universities of Bangladesh, The Netherlands and The UK.

October, 2015-September, 2018
PhD in International Business (Management)
Adam Smith Business School
University of Glasgow
United Kingdom

September, 2010-August, 2011
Masters in Management
With Distinction and First Position
University of Greenwich, United Kingdom and 
Saxion University of Applied Science, The Netherlands.

June, 2003-September, 2007
BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
With Distinction and Second Position
Business Administration Discipline
Khulna University, Bangladesh
                                                                                                                   

At present Tarun is particularly interested in studying the contexts and challenges faced by international firms from the developing and emerging economies. In previous years, he investigated the impacts of home country institutions on the internationalization process and strategies of the firms from developing and emerging economies. Currently, he is also undertaking a few research works on the internationalization process, phases, operational areas, traits etc. of different international firms ( i.e. born global firms). Tarun welcomes research collaborations and cross country research studies in the above mentioned areas. In addition, he is also keen to explore other issues of international business and international entrepreneurship particularly linked with poverty reduction and development from the contexts of the developing and emerging economies. 

Current Research Project/Collaboration

SL Title Research Role Awarded Date Completion Date Funding Agency
No Research Project Available

Academic and Professional Experiences


September, 2019-Present Date

Professor

Business Administration Discipline

Khulna University, Bangladesh


September, 2015-September, 2019

Associate Professor

Business Administration Discipline

Khulna University, Bangladesh. 


September, 2011-September, 2015

Assistant Professor

Business Administration Discipline

Khulna University, Bangladesh.


September, 2008-September, 2011

Lecturer 

Business Administration Discipline

Khulna University, Bangladesh.


2019-Present Date

Editorial Board Member  

Business Review

Journal of Business Administration Discipline

Khulna University, Bangladesh.


2015-Present Date

Random Reviewer

International Business Review (Elsevier)

International Marketing Review (Emerald)

International Small Business Journal (Sage)

Journal of East West Business (Taylor and Francis)

Business Review (Khulna University, Bangladesh) 

                                                        

Administrative and Organizing Experiences


July 18, 2021-Present Date

Head (in-charge)

Human Resource Management Discipline

Khulna University, Bangladesh


March 30, 2022-Present Date

Member (Elected)

Senate 

Khulna University, Bangladesh


November 11, 2021-Present Date

Member

Board of Advanced Studies (BOAS)

Khulna University, Bangladesh


November 2021-Present Date

Member

Executive Committee, School of Studies

Management and Business Administration School 

Khulna University, Bangladesh


January 05, 2022-Present Date

General Secretary (Elected)

Khulna University Teacher's Association

Khulna University, Bangladesh


January 2019-December 2019

Treasurer (Elected)

Khulna University Teacher's Association 

Khulna University, Bangladesh.


June 02, 2010-August 31, 2010

Assistant Director of Student Affairs 

Khulna University, Bangladesh.


Workshops, Trainings, Seminars

51. AIB SIG Webinar (2022):  “Moving beyond templates in qualitative IB Research: with Vikram Bhakoo, Associate Professor, Department of Management & Marketing, University of Melbourne, AustraliaTine Köhler: Associate Professor, Department of Management and Marketing, University of Melbourne, Australia; and Anne Smith: Anne Smith, Professor Management and Entrepreneurship Department, University of Tennessee, USAarranged by Academy of International Business (AIB).

50. AIB SIG Webinar (2022):  Sustainability in Emerging Markets: with Maoliang Bu, Professor at Nanjing University; Helena Barnard, Professor, Gordon Institute of Business Science, University of Pretoria; Indianna D. Minto-Coy, Senior Lecturer, Mona School of Business and Management, University of the West Indies and Rob Van Tulder, Professor of International Business-Society Management, Erasmus University, Rotterdam; arranged by Academy of International Business (AIB).

49. AIB Journals Webinar (2022): Family Firm and Internationalization: with Antonio Majocchi, Luiss Guido Carli University; Luciano Ciravegna, INCAE Business School; Kai Xu, The University of Texas at San Antonio; Marleen Dieleman, National University of Singapore; and Klaus Meyer, Western University; arranged by Academy of International Business (AIB).

48. AIB Journals Webinar (2022): Reconciling Theory and Context: How the Case Study can Set a New Agenda for International Business Research: with Eriikka Paavilainen-Mäntymäki, Associate Professor in International Business, University of Turku, Finland; Rebecca Piekkari, Professor of International Business, Aalto University, Finland; Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki, Professor of International Business, University of Vienna, Austria; Eric W. K. Tsang, Professor, Jindal School of Management, University of Texas at Dallas, USA; and Becky Reuber, Professor of Strategic Management, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada; arranged by Academy of International Business (AIB).

47. AIB Journals Webinar (2022): How does global migration impact the cross-border activities of international organizations?: with Lisa Jones Christensen, Brigham Young University; Sui Sui, Ryerson University; Francesco Lissoni, Università Bocconi; and Dana Minbaeva, Copenhagen Business School; arranged by Academy of International Business (AIB).

46. AIB Journals Webinar (2021): How Can Host Countries Best Benefit from Integrated Global Value Chains?”: with Valentina De Marchi, University of Padua; Joonkoo Lee, Hanyang University; and Stine Haakonsson, Copenhagen Business School; arranged by Academy of International Business (AIB).

45. AIB SIG Webinar (2021):  Complementary Actors in the Sustainability Research and Education Space: with Dr. Meredith Storey, Manager and content developer at the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network; Kayla Colyard, Education Coordinator for the SDG Academy, New York City; Dr. John Dilyard, Professor in the Management & Information Technology, St. Francis College, Brooklyn, New York;  Dr. Shasha Zhao, Associate Professor of International Business and Innovation, Surrey University Business School and Dr. Daria Panina, Associate Professor in Management at Mays Business School, Texas A&M University, USA. 

44. AIB Journals Webinar (2021): “How Can MNEs From Emerging Economies Catch Up to Compete in Advanced Economies?”: with Douglas Schuler (Rice University); Vikas Kumar, (University of Sydney); and Peter Ping Li, (Nottingham University Business School); arranged by Academy of International Business (AIB).

43. Meet-the-Editor webinar (2021):  with Professor Roger Strange (Editor-in Chief of International Business Review); Professor Tazeeb Rajwani (Associate Editor for Journal of International Management and Multinational Business Review); Professor Stephan Manning (Associate Editor for Management and Organization Review); and Professor John Luiz (Associate Editor for Journal of International Business Policy); arranged by Surrey Business School, University of Surrey.

42. Research Webinar (2021): “MNEs contribution to social sustainability in developing countries” with Professor Ans Kolk (University of Amsterdam); Professor Rajneesh Narula (University of Reading); Professor Anthony Goerzen (Queens University); Professor Jonathan Doh (Villanova University) and Professor Klaus Meyer (Western University); arranged by Academy of International Business (AIB). 

41. AIB Journals Webinar (2021): “How Foreign Investors Engage with Developing Economies” with Charles Stevens (Lehigh University); Kristin Brandl (University of Victoria); and Tim Andrews, (Chiang Mai University); arranged by Academy of International Business (AIB).

40. One-to-one research training (2018): with Professor Patricia McDougall Covin, Professor of International Business, Kelly School of Business, Indiana University: arranged by International Business and Enterprise Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. 

39. Management doctoral retreat workshop (2018):  with Dr Nathalie Mitev on “how to write your PhD thesis”; arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. 

38. Management doctoral retreat workshop (2018):  with Dr James Wilson on “visualizing data”; arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

37. Management doctoral retreat workshop (2018): with Dr Scott Hurrell on “critical realism in management research”: Arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. 

36. Research Seminar (2018): “An Integrated Framework for Understanding the Attraction of Inward Investment” with Jonathon Slow of the Scottish Enterprises:  arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

35. Research Seminar (2018): “It’s a very tricky environment in which to operate”: Field straddling by global law firms in Southeast Asia” with Professor James Faulconbridge of Lancaster University Management School: arranged by International Business and Enterprise; Human Resources and Organization Behavior and Entrepreneurship Development and Political Economy clusters of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

34. Research Seminar (2018): Entrepreneurship, development & political economy research seminar with Dr Charalampos ‘Harry’ Konstantinidis, University of Massachusetts, Boston;  arranged by  Entrepreneurship, Development & Political Economy research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

33. Research Seminar (2018):  “In search of a thesis paper: an example of an international entrepreneurship paper with guiding comments” with Professor Patricia McDougall Covin, Professor of International Business, Kelly School of Business, Indiana, University: Arrange by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

32. Research Seminar (2018): “The Country of Origin Image (COI) as a Country-Specific Advantage (CSA) within the firm perspective” with Dr Mariana Suter of York Management School;  arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

31. Research Seminar (2018): “Context in the Life of SMEs - The Importance of Industry” with Professor John Child of Birmingham Business School; arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

30. Research Seminar (2018): “Political Turnover and Cross-border M&A of Chinese Firms” with Professor Jane Lu of China Europe International Business School; arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

29. One-to-one research training (2017): with Professor Becky Reuber of Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto (Area Editor of Journal of International Business Studies), arranged by International Business and Enterprise Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

28. Meet the Editor seminar (2017): with Professor Becky Reuber and Professor Ulf Anderson, Area Editors of Journal of International Business Studies; Title: Publishing, reviewing, and responding to reviews (in international business and management); arranged by International Business and Enterprise Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

27. Research Seminar (2017): “Networking pathways for internationalization: Navigating webs of relationships in pursuit of social capital” with Dr Karl Warner of Edinburgh Napier University: arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

26. Research Seminar (2017): “Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management from the Lens of ANT / Performativity” with Professor Jan Mouritsen: arranged by Adam Smith Business School. 

25. Research Seminar (2017): “Hints and tips for a successful PhD: Reflections from an external examiner perspective” with Professor Claire Hannibal of University of Wolverhampton:  arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

24. Research Seminar (2017): “From PhD to paper: Managing Institutional Differences for SME Internationalization to China” with Dr Carole Couper of University of Sheffield; arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

23. Research Seminar (2017): “The impact of business service relocation on human resources” with Dr Radoslaw Malik of Warsaw School of Economics; arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

22. Research Seminar (2017): “Mixed methods in Management Research” with Professor Mark Saunders of the University of Birmingham: arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

21. Research Seminar (2017): “Thinking through Literature Review” with Dr Olga Kravets: arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

20. Research Seminar (2017): “A Non-Market Strategic Approach to Technology Standardization: A Tale of Huawei and Ericsson in NB-IoT standards competition” with Dr Dong-hyu Kim; arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

19. Research Seminar (2017): “Navigating the Paradox of Global Scaling” with Dr Sinéad Monaghan of Rutgers Business School; arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

18. Research Seminar (2017): “Research Proposal on an Investigation of Digital Platform Firms’ Strategies of Innovation and Global Growth” with Dr Dong-hyu Kim; arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

17. Research Training on Management research methods (2016): with Dr. Anna Morgan Thomas, PhD Convener-Management, Adam Smith Business School: arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

16. Academic writing retreat workshop (2016): with Professor Rowena Murray of the University of the West of Scotland (2016): arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

15. Software (NVivo) assisted qualitative data analysis training (2016): with Dr Alvise Favotto; arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

14. Meet-the-Editor seminar (2016):  with Jennifer Howard-Grenville from the Academy of Management Journal; arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

13. Research Seminar (2016): “An Old Dilemma Revisited - Seek Resources of Market Networks or State Governments? A Study of Entrepreneurial Internationalized SMEs” with Professor Pavlos Dimitratos of University of Glasgow; arranged by International Business and Enterprise Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

12. Research Seminar (2016): “Japanese industry in the UK: Thatcher’s negotiation for the Nissan Sunderland plant and implications for Brexit:  Determinants and Evolution Drivers”: arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

11. Research Seminar (2016): “The making of a lopsided Union: Economic integration in the European Economic Community, 1957-1992”:  arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

10. Research Seminar (2016): “Qualitative Rigour in Management Research” with Professor Bill Harley of the University of Melbourne:  arranged by Human Resource Management & Organizational Behavior research cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

09. Research Seminar (2016): “Playing the game: unpacking the rationale for organizational corruption in MNCs”: arranged by Strategy & Decision Making research cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

08. Research Seminar (2016): “Can Organizational Corruption Become Automatic?” with Professor Peter Fleming of the University of London: arranged by Strategy & Decision Making Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School.

07. Research Seminar (2016): “Understanding international variation in the use of management consultancy” with Professor Andrew Sturdy of University of Bristol; arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

06. Research Training on Research Master Class (2015): with Professor Deidre Shaw, Post Graduate Research Director; Adam Smith Business School: arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

05. Meet the Editor seminar (2015): with Professor Nelson Phillips, Editor in Chief of Journal of Management Inquiry; arranged by Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

04. Research Seminar (2015): “Subsidiary Strategic Roles:  Determinants and Evolution Drivers”: arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

03. Research Seminar (2015): “The interface between MNEs and SMEs: Exploratory Evidence and Reflections”: arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

02. Research Seminar (2015): “Commercial Banks and European Banking Regulation: proponents or opponents? (1972-1992)” with Dr Alexis Drach; arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

01. Research Seminar (2015): “An Overview of Photonics SMEs Internationalization Process” with Dr Sophie Veilleux of Université Laval; arranged by International Business and Enterprise Research Cluster of Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow.

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Supervision

SL Title Degree Role Start Date End Date
1 Succession in international family business firms: study on born global family firms Bachelor Supervisor 2022 2023
2 Entrepreneurship in extreme institutional context Bachelor Supervisor 2022 2023
3 Why some traditional industries fail to sustain? Exploring from the innovation and institutional perspectives Bachelor Supervisor 2022 2023
4 Exploring trait and decision making behaviour of female entrepreneurs: Evaluations in risk taking versus innovation spectrum Bachelor Supervisor 2022 2023
5 Impact of Village Supermarket on Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Developing Countries? A Stakeholder Analysis Bachelor Supervisor 2020 2022
6 Factors Creating Born Global Exporting Entrepreneurs: Evidence from Transaction Cost Theory Bachelor Supervisor 2020 2022
7 How they Become Born Globals? Effectuation Vs Causation and Analogical Vs Heuristics Approach Bachelor Supervisor 2020 2022
8 Evaluation of employee need fulfilment in Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 2020 2021
9 Informal institutional void and female Entrepreneurship: online versus physical scenarios Masters Supervisor 2021 2022
10 Evaluation of entrepreneurship ecosystem: from physical to online platform Masters Supervisor 2021 2022
11 Micro credit and poverty alleviation: the role of entrepreneurship Masters Supervisor 2021 2021
12 Consumer ethnocentrism and international business entry modes Masters Supervisor 2021 2021
13 Why exporting is still the main international business mode from emerging economies? Evidence from institutional perspectives on the exporting RMG sector of Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 2019 2020
14 Theoretical evidences of the creation of born global exporting entrepreneurs: insights from the entrepreneurship theories Bachelor Supervisor 2019 2020
15 Impact of natural disaster on occupational shift: a study based on disaster affected southern part of Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 2019 2020
16 Impact of brand image on consumer's buying behaviour Bachelor Supervisor 2019 2020
17 Entrepreneurship education and intention: control and experiential group analysis Masters Supervisor 2019 2019
18 Crisis Becomes Opportunity: Female Entrepreneurs during Covid-19 on Online Business in Khulna Masters Supervisor 2021 2022
19 Financing Sources and Problems of SMEs in Developing Countries: A Study based on Khulna Region of Bangladesh Masters Supervisor 2014 2015
20 FDI Fostering LDC and Emerging Economies-Fact or Myth: An Investigation on Bangladesh Masters Supervisor 2014 2015
21 Financing of Agricultural SMEs in Rural Bangladesh Masters Supervisor 2014 2015
22 Measuring and Comparing the Efficiency of Dhaka Stock Exchange and Chittagong Stock Exchange Masters Supervisor 2013 2014
23 Impacts of electricity access to rural SMEs Masters Supervisor 2012 2013
24 Are Motivations behind Women Entrepreneurship is Identical in Metros and Smaller Cities of Developing Countries? A Study on Dhaka and Khulna City of Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 2014 2014
25 Management competencies of female entrepreneurs of Khulna City, Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 2014 2014
26 Factors Affecting Effective Utilization of Bank’s Loan Bachelor Supervisor 2013 2013
27 The interrelationship among bank lending, capacity building, entrepreneurship and SME development, and sustainable business success Bachelor Supervisor 2013 2013
28 Prospects of Bangladesh as a leading outsourcing destination in IT sector Bachelor Supervisor 2012 2012
29 Comparing the outcome of SERVQUAL and SERVICESCAPE model in evaluating customer satisfaction-A case study on EXIM bank limited Bachelor Supervisor 2012 2012
30 A study on the Attitude of Young Mobile Phone Users in Bangladesh Bachelor Supervisor 2009 2009
31 Cost benefit Analysis of outsourcing from the perspective of Data path Ltd Bachelor Supervisor 2008 2009
32 Distribution Reengineering of Faridpur Territory under British American Tobacco Bangladesh Ltd Bachelor Supervisor 2008 2009
33 Comparative study of credit scoring methods between local and foreign credit rating agencies Bachelor Supervisor 2012 2013
34 Factors affecting ordering from online food delivery during COVID-19: A study on Khulna city. Masters Supervisor 2020 2021

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Journal Articles and Book Chapters


53. Bose, T. K., and Bristy, J. F. (2021), Operations of foreign firms and domestic small business venturing: The moderating roles of institutions, reputations and internationalizations, Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development, 13(2). 

52. Bose, T. K., and Bristy, J. F. (2021), “Rapid and phased trade liberalization pathways to economic growth: evidences from China and India”, Journal of Commerce and Accounting Research. 

51. Cheng, T. C., Bose, T. K., and Fan, Y. (2021) Country institutional environments in promoting entrepreneurship: assessment based on developing economies in Asia, Journal of East West Business. 

50. Zaman, A., Hoque, M. F., and Bose, T. K. (2021), Theoretical evidences of the creation of Born Global exporting entrepreneurs: insights from the entrepreneurship theories, International Journal of Export Marketing, 4(3)

49. Hoque, M. F., Zaman, A., and Bose, T. K. (2021), Why exporting is still the main international business mode from emerging economies? evidence from institutional perspectives on the exporting RMG sector of Bangladesh, International Journal of Export Marketing, 4(2), pp. 178-204. 

48. Bose, T. K., and Cheng, T. C. (2021) International family conglomerates (FCs) from emerging economies: operations across generations.

47. Bose, T. K., Uddin, M. R., Bristy, J. F., and Haque, M. E. (2021), “Country and firm specific positions of different MNE Types”, European Journal of International Management, 15(1), pp. 122-134. 

46. Dickel, P., Kleemann, L., and Bose, T. K. (2019), "How does context influence entrepreneurship education outcomes? empirical evidence from Bangladesh and Germany, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, 11(3), pp. 283-308.

45. Bose, T. K., Dimitratos, P., and Tang, Y. K. (2019) Institutional framework and networking of exporting agricultural SMEs in Bangladesh, University of Glasgow.

44. Bose, T. K., Dimitratos, P.  and McDonald, F. (2018), “Effect of location on entrepreneurship”. In: Beaverstock, J., Cook, G., Johns, J., McDonald, F.and Pandit, N. (eds.) “The Routledge Companion to the Geography of International Business”. Routledge: London, pp. 375-393. ISBN 9781138953345.

43. Selvarajah, C., Meyer, D., and Bose, T. K. (2018), “Organisational Leadership in Bangladesh: An investigation of managerial response to a change environment”, Contemporary Management Research, 14(1), pp. 21-51, 

42. Bristy, J. F., and Bose, T. K. (2017), “GDP-GNP Gap Trade-Off-is it Significant for Economic Performance: Review of World Economies Having Both Gaps”, International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting, 7(1), pp. 153-170.

41. Bose, T. K., Islam, S. S., Rahman, R., and Bristy, J. F. (2017), “FDI Fostering LDC and Emerging Economies”-“Fact or Myth”-“Investigation on Bangladesh”, Journal of Commerce and Accounting Research, 6(1), pp. 10-25.

40. Bose, T. K., and Bristy, J. F. (2017), “Are countries participating into regional integration performing better in growth and liberalization than non-participators? A Study on European Countries”, International Journal of Business and Management, 12(2), pp. 171-198.

39. Bose, T. K., and Roy, R. (2017), “SME Financing Sources and Effects of Financing Sources on SME Activities in Khulna City”, Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management, 6(1), pp. 12-22.

38. Bose, T. K. (2016), “Critical Success Factors of SME Internationalization”, Journal of Small Business Strategy, 26(2), pp. 87-109.

37. Bose, T. K., and Bristy, J. F. (2016), “Working Together Locally-Performing Better Internationally: Alliance-FSAs-SME Internationalization”, Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management, 5(2), pp. 1-13.

36. Bose, T. K., Gain, N., and Bristy, J. F. (2016), “Financing of Agricultural SMEs in Rural Bangladesh”, Asian Research Journal of Business Management, 3(3), pp. 47-55.

35. Rashid, M., Bairagi, R. K., and Bose, T. K. (2016), “Going Private Transactions and Private Equity Takeovers: What Have We Learned?” Business Review, 10(1), pp. 55-67.

34. Bose, T. K., and Nasira, S. (2015), “Are Motivations behind Women Entrepreneurship is Identical in Metros and Smaller Cities of Developing Countries? A Study on Dhaka and Khulna City of Bangladesh”, Journal of entrepreneurship and Management, 5(1), pp. 34-57.

33. Uddin, M. R., Bose, T. K., and Hamid, S. B. (2015), “Do Male and Female Entrepreneurs Differ on Motivation in Khulna City, Bangladesh? International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 24(4), pp. 522-535.

32. Bose, T. K., and Biswas, A. (2015), “Factors Affecting Effective Utilization of Bank’s Loan”, Journal of Basic and Applied Research International, 12(1), pp. 20-32.

31. Bose, T. K., and Mannan, J. (2015), “Management Competencies of Female Entrepreneurs of Khulna City, Bangladesh”, Journal of entrepreneurship and Management, 5(3), pp. 28-39.

30. Ahmed, F., Bose, T. K., Lopa, N. Z., and Khan, M. N. (2015), “Problems Faced By the Tour Operators of Khulna Region of Bangladesh”, International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Systems, 8(1), pp. 40-55.

29. Lopa, N. Z., and Bose, T. K. (2014), “Relationship between entrepreneurial competencies of SME owners/managers and firm performance: A study of manufacturing SMEs in Khulna city”, Journal of entrepreneurship and Management, 3(3), pp. 1-12.

28. Uddin, M. R., Bose, T. K., and Yousuf, S. (2014), “Entrepreneurial orientation (EO) and performance of business in Khulna City, Bangladesh", Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 27(4), pp. 343-352.

27. Bose, T. K., Uddin, M. R., and Islam, M. W. (2014) “Measuring and Comparing the Efficiency of Dhaka Stock Exchange and Chittagong Stock Exchange”International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, 4(3), pp. 1-14.

26. Uddin, M. R., Bose, T. K., and Ferdausi, R. (2014), “Push and Pull Factors of Entrepreneurs in Khulna City, Bangladesh", International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 21(1), pp. 101-114.

25. Bose, T. K., and Uddin, M. R. (2014), “Surge in SME, Surge in Economy - An Exploratory Analysis”, International Journal of Economics and Business Research, 8(4), pp. 815-826.

24. Ahmed, F., Bose, T. K., Sonia, S. F., and Rashid, M, (2014) “Customer Satisfaction of Foreign Exchange Services of Bangladeshi Banks – A Case Study on NCC Bank Bangladesh Limited and Basic Bank Bangladesh Limited”, Asian Journal of Business Management, 4(1), pp. 24-42.

23. Uddin, M. R., and Bose, T. K. (2013), “Factors Affect the Success of SME in Bangladesh: Evidence from Khulna City”, Journal of Management and Sustainability, 3(3), pp. 166-172.

22. Bose, T. K., Uddin, M. R., and Mondal, A. (2013), “Impacts of Electricity Access to Rural SMEs”, International Journal of Managing Value and Supply Chains, 4(4), pp. 17-28.

21. Sarkar, S., Bose, T. K., and Haque, M. E. (2013), "Influence of personality in buying consumer goods-a comparative study between Neo-Freudian theories and trait theory based on Khulna region". International Journal of Business and Economics Research, 2(3), pp. 41-58.

20. Uddin, M. R., and Bose, T. K. (2013), “Motivation, Success Factors and Challenges of Entrepreneurs in Khulna City of Bangladesh”, “European Journal of Business and Management”, 5(16), pp. 148-157.

19. Bose, T. K., Sarkar, S., and Hossain, D. (2013), “Comparing the outcome of SERVQUAL and SERVICESCAPE model in evaluating customer satisfaction- A case study on EXIM bank limited”, Universal Journal of Marketing and Business Research, 2(2), pp. 44-63.

18. Bose, T. K., and Uddin, M. R. (2013), “International Trade: Opened the Door of Creativity, Exploitation, Expansion and Diversification: A Case Study on Automobile Giant Toyota”, Green University Review, 3(3), pp. 57-62.

17. Bose, T. K., Uddin, M. R., and Huda, M. N. (2013), “Prospects of Bangladesh as a Leading Outsourcing Destination in IT Sector”, International Journal of Managing Value and Supply Chains, 4(2), pp. 1-16.

16. Uddin, M. R., and Bose, T. K. (2012), “Determinants of Entrepreneurial Intention of Business Students in Bangladesh”, International Journal of Business and Management, 7(24), pp. 128-137.

15. Bose, T. K. (2012), “Advantages and Disadvantages of FDI in China and India”, International Business Research, 5(5), pp. 164-174.

14. Ghosh, P. K., and Bose, T. K. (2012),“Constraints obstructing smooth operation of capital market in Bangladesh and probable solutions to those constraints-An Empirical Study Based on Investors Perception”, Indian Journal of Finance, 6(10), pp. 39-53.

13. Bose, T. K. (2012), “Market Segmentation and Customer Focus Strategies and Their Contribution Towards Effective Value Chain Management”, International Journal of Marketing Studies, 4(3), pp. 113-121.

12. Bose, T. K. (2012), “Application of Fishbone Analysis for Evaluating Supply Chain and Business Process-A Case Study On The St James Hospital”, International Journal of Managing Value and Supply Chains, 3(2), pp. 18-24.

11. Bose, T. K. (2012), “Critical Evaluation, Analysis and Suggestions for Improvement of the Value Chain of Zappos.com”, International Journal of Managing Value and Supply Chains, 3(3), pp. 39-48.

10. Bose, T. K., and Sarkar, S. (2012), “Cognitive Dissonance Affecting Consumer buying decision making: A study Based on Khulna Metropolitan Area”, International Journal of Management Research, 4(3), pp. 191-221.

09. Sarkar, S., Bose, T. K., and Khan, A. (2012), “Attitudes of customers towards the financial institutions-A comparison between private commercial banks and nationalized commercial banks in Bangladesh with implications of Fishbein model”, International Journal of Managing Value and Supply Chains, 3(4), pp. 13-25.

08. Bose, T. K. (2012), “Constraints of SME development in Khulna City”, 1ST Edition, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. K, ISBN: 978-3-8484-1016-3.

07. Bose, T. K., and Ghosh, P. K. (2011), “Financial Performance Analysis of Petroleum Companies in Bangladesh-A Comparative Study”, Business Review, 8(1), pp.75-88.

06. Bose, T. K., and Haque, M. E. (2011), “Transformational Leadership: Concepts, Applications, Criticisms and Evaluations”, Business Review, 8(1), pp. 40-49.

05. Ahmed, F., Azam, M. S., and Bose, T. K. (2010), “Factors affecting the selection of tour destination in Bangladesh”, International Journal of Business and Management, 5(3), pp. 55-61.

04. Bose, T. K., Nahid, A. A., and Islam, M. T. (2010), “Prospects of SMS advertising in Bangladesh”, International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technologies, 11(2), pp. 97-108.

03. Alam, M. N., Nabi, M. N. Rahman, M. M., and Bose, T. K. (2010), “Assessment of power abuse practices under ethics philosophies: A case based on Khulna City”, Business Review, 7(2), pp. 62-81.

02. Bose, T. K., Nahid, A. A., and Saha, R. K. (2009), “Potential Consequence of e-commerce application among SME communities in Bangladesh”, ICICT, pp. 70-78.

01. Rashid, M., Begum, T., Ahmed, E., and Bose, T. K. (2008), “Forms and intensities of gender-inequalities: why does it exist?”, Social Change, 1(2), pp. 75-103.


Conference Presentations


02. 44TH Annual Academy of International Business-UK Ireland Chapter Conference (2017): Arranged by Academy of International Business and Henley Business School of University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom.

01. Annual Business Conference on Sustainibility (2011): arranged by Hospitality Buisness School of Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Deventer, The Netherlands. 



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