Raza Mir, professor of marketing and management, specializes in the area of knowledge transfer across national boundaries in multinational corporations, as well as issues relating to power and exploitation in organizational settings. He strives to focus on both research and teaching in order to provide students with as much insight as possible into the world of business.
Mir has authored numerous journal articles, and serves as editor of The Critical Journal of Organization, Theory and Society. He served as co-editor of the book Organizations, Markets and Imperial Formations: Towards an Anthropology of Globalization, which explores the nexus between organization theory, globalization and imperialism and examines the effects produced by a global order organized around development and markets. He teaches on both the undergraduate and graduate level, including courses in business strategy, business policy, and the multinational business environment.
A graduate of Osmania University in Hyderabad, India, Mir earned a master’s degree in business administration at the Indian Institute of Management in Calcutta, India, and a doctorate from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.