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Recent Books

  • Angwin, D. N. et al. 2011. The strategy pathfinder, 2/ e. Oxford: Wiley/ Blackwell.
  • Angwin, D. N. 2008. Images of mergers and acquisitions. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Bowden, D. 2009. Innovation and integration capacity: An investigation of U.S. health care organizations. Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Publishing House, Ltd.
  • Chambers, S. H./ Slack, N.D.C./Johnston, R. 2010. Operations management.  FT Prentice Hall.
  • Chambers, S.H.  et al. 2008. Operations and process management. Harlow: Pearson.
  • Cummings, S./ Bilton, C. 2010.  Creative strategy: Reconnecting business and innovation. Wiley: Oxford.           
  • Jelassi, T./Enders, A. 2008. Strategies for e-Business: Creating value throughelectronic and mobile commerce, 2/e. London: Financial Times/ Prentice-Hall.
  • Lebas, M. J. et al.  2010. Financial accounting and reporting: A global perspective, 3/e. Andover, UK: Cengage.
  • Leleux, B.F./ Zacharakis , Al, A.2011.Frontiers of entrepreneurship research. Braintree, MA: P&R. 
  • Leleux, B. F./ Orlick, A. L.  2009. Investing private capital in emerging and frontier market small and medium      enterprises (SMEs). IMD and IFC Publishing.
  • Marx, R. D. et al.  2008. The virtuous organization: Insights from some of the world’s leading management thinkers. World Scientific Publishers.
  •  Page, M. et al. 2011. Essentials of business research methods, 2/e.  M.E. Sharpe.
  • Smith. C. et al. 2011. Strategy pathfinder: Core concepts and live cases 2/e. Oxford: Blackwell.

Recent Book Chapters

  • Angwin, D. N.  2011. Typologies in M&A research.  In Faulkner, D., Teerikangas, S. & Joseph, R. (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Mergers and Acquisitions. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Baume, G.et a l. 2009. Evolving value networks in the telecommunications industry:  Internationalisation of national telecommunications operators from small and open economies. In Lee (ed.) Handbook of research on telecommunications planning and management for business(pp. 173-193). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Cummings, S. 2010. The first strategists. Strategy: Process, content, context:  An international perspective, 4/e. In B. De Wit & Meyer, R. (eds.) (pp. 24-27). Minneapolis/St. Paul:  International Thompson.
  • Cummings, S. 2008. Strategy: Past, present, future. In Barry, D.  & Hansen, H. (eds.) Handbook of new approaches to management and organization (pp. 184-194).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Leleux, B. F. et al. 2011. The new venture mortality myth. In Hindle, K. & Kim Klyver, K. (Eds.) Handbook of research on new venture creation. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Leleux, B. F.et al. 2009.Business models in venture capital in emerging markets. In Leleux, B. &  Orlick , A.(Eds.) Investing private capital in emerging and frontier market SMEs.  IFC Publishing.
  • Jelassi, T. 2010. ICT in Tunisia: A strategic lever for building a knowledge-based economy. In Soumitra Dutta, S. & Mia, I. (eds.) The global information technology report, 2009-2010: ICT for Sustainability (pp. 153-164). World Economic Forum and INSEAD.
  • Santora, J.C. et al. 2010. The nature of leadership character. In W.G. Rowe & L. Guerrero (Eds.). Cases in Leadership, 2/e. (pp. 72-80). Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage.
  • Santora, J.C. /Sarros, J.C. 2009.Succession planning. In Sarros, J.C. (Ed.) Contemporary perspectives in leadership: Focus and meaning in ambiguous times. (pp. 202-214). Tilde University Press, Victoria, AU.