Arpita Joardar, PhD
Management & Marketing
Charlton College of Business 222
|2005||University of South Carolina||PhD|
- Organizational Behavior
- Cross-cultural Management
- Cross-cultural group dynamics
- Foreignness issues
- International Entrepreneurship
Joardar, A. (2014).
The Impact of Foreignness on the Relationship between Gender and Entrepreneur Performance
Journal of General Management, 39, 17-37.
Joardar, A. (2011).
Examining changes in group acceptance of a newcomer from a different culture: an expectancy violation perspective
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 11, 341-362.
Joardar, A., Kostova, T. & Ravlin, E. (2007).
An Experimental Study of the Acceptance of a Foreign Newcomer into a Workgroup
Journal of International Management, 13, 513-537.
Arpita Joardar received her Ph.D. in International Business with a Management concentration from University of South Carolina. Her research interests include cross-cultural group dynamics, foreignness issues and international entrepreneurship. She has published in various refereed journals such as Journal of International Management, International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, Journal of General Management etc. Prior to joining UMASS Dartmouth, Dr. Joardar taught in the graduate and undergraduate programs at other universities.