Sanjib Chowdhury

Sanjib Chowdhury

Professor of Management, Director, Center for Entrepreneurship

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Ph.D. University of North Texas
M.B.A. University of Montana

Professional Summary

Dr. Chowdhury's scholarly papers have been published in several high level scholarly journals such as Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Business Research, Human Resource Management, etc. He has presented in several academic and professional conferences. In addition, he serves in the editorial board of several entrepreneurship journals. Dr. Chowdhury also serves as a consultant for a variety of small and mid-sized businesses.

Courses Taught

MGMT 388 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
MGMT 490 Business Policy
DS 602 Business Research Methods
MGMT 610 Diagnostic and Quantitative Methods in Organizations
MGMT 614 Growth Strategies for Entrepreneurial Ventures
MGMT 696 Strategic Management
MGMT 603 Corporate Entrepreneurship: Innovation and Tech. Commercialization

Research Interests & Projects

Dr. Chowdhury's research focuses on topics in organizational theory, strategy and entrepreneurship.

Selected Publications

Chowdhury, S.; Schulz, E., Milner, M. (2014). Core employee based human capital and revenue productivity in small firms: An empirical investigation. Journal of Business Research. 67(11): 2473-2479.

Schulz, E.; Chowdhury, S. & Van de Voort, D. (2013). Firm productivity moderated link between human capital and compensation: The significance of task-specific human capital. Human Resource Management. 52(3): 423 – 439.

Chowdhury, S. (2011) The Moderating Effects of Customer Driven Complexity on the Structure and Growth Relationship in Young Firms. Journal of Business Venturing. 26(3): 306 – 320.

Chowdhury, S. & Endres, M. L. (2010). The Impact of Client Variability in Nursing on Occupational Strain and Injury: The Cross-Level Moderating Effect of Safety Climate. Academy of Management Journal. 53: 182-198.

Endres, M. L., Chowdhury, S., & Milner, M. (2009). Ambiguity tolerance and accurate assessment of self-efficacy in a complex decision task. Journal of Management & Organization, 15 (1): 31 - 46.

Professional Affiliations

Academy of Management