Dr. Naeem Ashraf
Teaching department :
Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Technology, Innovation, Management
Tel: +33 (0)4 67 10 60 41
Dr. Naeem Ashraf completed his MBA in 2009 from IAE Aix-en-Provence, Aix-Marseille University, France followed by PhD in Strategic Management in 2013 from the same university. Before joining Montpellier Business School in 2017, he was working as Assistant Professor and Director PhD program at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). During his professional career that spans more than seventeen years, he served in senior positions in different sectors that include fertilizers, automobile, and Pakistan’ national space agency. He was also a member of the core team of consultants at LUMS, to train C-suite executives. His areas of research interest are inter-organizational relationships, organizational behavior, and business ethics.
Selected Intellectual Contributions
Arain G.A., Bhatti Z.A., Ashraf N. & Fang Y. Forthcoming. Top-down knowledge hiding in organizations: An empirical study of the consequences of supervisor knowledge hiding among local and foreign workers in the Middle East. Journal of Business Ethics.
Ashraf N., Comyns B., Arain G.A. & Bhatti Z.A. 2019. The roles of network embeddedness, market incentives, and slack resources in clean technology adoption by firms in developing countries. Climate Policy, 19(5): 556-570.
Ashraf N., Ahmadsimab A., Ul-Haq S. & Badar K. 2018. The ambivalent effects of complexity and network structure on firm's sustainability performance. Academy of Mangaement (AOM) Meeting, Chicago, USA.
Ashraf N. & Ahmadsimab A. 2018. Social capital and firm behavior: The moderating roles of heterophily and market uncertainty. European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), July 5-7, Tallinn, Estonia.
Ashraf N., Ahmadsimab A. & Pinkse J. 2017. From animosity to affinity: The interplay of competing logics and interdepence in cross-section partnerships. Journal of Management Studies, 54(6): 793-822.
Badar K., Hite J. M. & Ashraf N. 2015. Knowledge network centrality, formal rank and research performance: evidence for curvilinear and interaction effects. Scientometrics, 105(3): 1553-1576.