Department of Marketing and Management Sciences

Dr. Raza Mir


Office:   V 3062
Phone:   973-720-3747
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Department: Marketing and Management
Position: Seymour Hyman Professor of Management
Area Specialization: Transfer of knowledge across national boundaries in multinational corporations. Issues relating to power and exploitation in in organizational settings and their link to broader social and economic regimes.

Professional Degrees:

PhD - University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.

MBA - Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India.

BE- Osmania University, Hyderabad, India.

Previous Appointments:

Assistant Professor, Monmouth University

Representative Publications:


  • Mir, R. Willmott, H. & Greenwood, M. (2016).  The Routledge Companion to Philosophy in Organizational Studies.  London, Routledge.
  • Mir, R. (2014). The Taste of Words: An Introduction to Urdu Poetry. New Delhi: Penguin India.
  • Banerjee, B. Chio, V. & Mir, R. (2009). Organizations, Markets and Imperial Formations: Towards an Anthropology of Globalization. London: Edward Elgar Press.
  • Mir, R. & Mir, A. (2006). Anthems of Resistance: A Celebration of Progressive Urdu Poetry. New Delhi, Roli Books.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Mir, R. & Mir, A. (2013). The Colony Writes Back: Organization as an Early Champion of Non-Western Organizational Theory.  Organization, 20 (1): 90-101.
  • Prasad, A. Prasad, P. & Mir, R. (2011). “One Mirror In Another": Managing Diversity And The Discourse Of Fashion. Human Relations, 64 (5): 703-724.
  • Sharpe, D. & Mir, R. (2010). Control as Colonization: Workplace Democracy and the Transfer of Managerial Practices Within Multinational Corporation. Journal of Workplace Rights, 14(1): 27-48.
  • Mir, R. & Mir, A. (2009). From the Corporation to the Colony: Studying Knowledge Transfer Across International Boundaries. Group and Organization Management, 34 (1): 90-113.
  • Mir, R. Banerjee, B. & Mir, A. (2008). Hegemony and its Discontents: A Critical Analysis of Organizational Knowledge Transfer. Critical Perspectives on International Business, 4 (2/3): 203-227.
  • Kashyap, R. Mir, R. & Iyer, E. (2006). Toward a Responsive Pedagogy: Linking Social Responsibility to Firm Performance Issues in the Classroom. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 5 (3): 366-376.
  • Mir R. & Watson, A. (2001). ‘Critical Realism and Constructivism in Strategy Research: Toward a Synthesis,’ Strategic Management Journal, 22 (12): 101-105.
  • Mir, R. & Watson, A. (2000). Strategic Management and the Philosophy of Science: Imperitives for a Constructivist Methodology. Strategic Managemnt Journal, 21 (9): 1-13.

Book Chapters

  • Mir, R. and Mir, A. (2016).The ‘Iron’ in the Iron Cage: Retheorizing the Multinational Corporation as a Colonial Space. In Anshuman Prasad, Pushkala Prasad, Albert J Mills, Jean Helms Mills (Eds.) Routledge Companion to Critical Management Studies. London: Routledge pp. 345-358.
  • Mir, A. Toor, S. & Mir, R. (2015). Of Race And Religion: Understanding the Roots of Anti-Muslim Prejudice in the US. In Bendl, R., Bleijenberah, I., Henttonen, E., and Mills, A. J. [Eds.] The Oxford Handbook of Diversity in Organizations. Oxford, Oxford University Press pp. 499-517.
  • Mir, R & Mir, A. (2014). ‘Organizational Studies and the Subjects of Imperialism.’  In Paul Adler, Glenn Morgan and Paul Du Gay (Eds.)  The Oxford Handbook of Sociology, Social Theory and Organization Studies: Contemporary Currents.  pp. 660-683. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Mir, R. & Hasan, F. (2013). ‘Awaiting the twelfth Imam in New Jersey: South Asian Shia immigrants and the fragmented American dream.’ In Vivek Bald, Miabi Chatterjee, Sujani Reddy and Manu Vimalassery (eds.) The Sun Never Sets: South Asian Migrants in an Age of US Power. New York, NY: New York University Press.
  • Mir, R & Mir, A. (2011). ‘Organizational Change as Imperialism.’  In David Boje, Bernard Burnes, John Hassard (Eds.) Routledge Companion to Organizational Change.  London: Routledge. pp. 425-439.
  • Mir, R. & Mir A. (2011). ‘Seeds and Food or Bits and Bytes? Arguing for a New Approach to Development in India.’ In Anshuman Prasad (Ed.) Against The Grain: Advances in Postcolonial Organization Studies.  Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press.  pp. 308-326.
  • Mir, R. (2011).  ‘Blurring the Boundaries Between Case Research and Ethnography: Reflections on Research in Multinational Corporations.’ In Rebecca Piekkari and Catherine Welch (Eds.) Rethinking the Case Study in International Business and Management Research, London: Edward Elgar Press.  pp. 301-322.
  • Mir R. & Sharpe, D. (2009). ‘The Multinational Firm As A System Of Exploitation and Domination.’  In Glenn Morgan and Simon Collinson (Eds.) Images of the Multinational Corporation.  London: Blackwell Publications.  pp. 247-266.
  • Mir, R. Marens, R. & Mir, A. (2008). ‘The Corporation and Its Fragments: Corporate Citizenship and the Legacies Of Imperialism.’  In Andreas Scherer and Guido Palazzo (Eds). The Handbook of Corporate Citizenship. London: Edward Elgar Press. pp. 819-852.
  • Mir, R. & Mir, A. (2006). ‘Diversity: The Cultural Logic of Global Capital?’ In Konrad, A. Prasad, P. & Pringle, J. (Eds.). Handbook of Workplace Diversity. London: Sage, pp. 167-188.

Current Courses Offered:

  • MGT 460: Business Strategy & Policy
  • MGT 690:Business Policy Seminar

Past Courses Offered:

  • MBA 610: Multinational Business Environment
  • MGT 799-60: Strategic Technology Management