People

Dr Shamsul Karim

Lecturer
EBS - Strategy, Operations and Entrepreneurship (SOE)
Dr Shamsul Karim

Profile

Qualifications

  • PhD Entrepreneurship Aston University, (2013)

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Undergraduate Selector, Essex Business School, Southend Campus, University of Essex (2/10/2017 - present)

Other academic

  • Academic Adviser, Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (20/12/2021 - present)

Research and professional activities

Conferences and presentations

A Resource-based Perspective On ICT Use And Firm Performance: A Meta-analysis Investigating The Role Of Cross Country ICT Infrastructure

33rd British Academy of Management Conference 2019: Building and Sustaining High Performance Organisations in Uncertain Times, Aston University, Birmingham, 3/9/2019

Publications

Journal articles (7)

Afrahi, B., Blenkinsopp, J., Fernandez De Arroyabe Fernandez, JC. and Karim, MS., (2022). Work disengagement: A Review of the Literature. Human Resource Management Review. 32 (2), 100822-100822

Karim, MS., Nahar, S. and Demirbag, M., (2022). Resource-Based Perspective on ICT Use and Firm Performance: A Meta-analysis Investigating the Moderating Role of Cross-Country ICT Development Status. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 179, 121626-121626

Karim, S., Kwong, C., Shrivastava, M. and Tamvada, JP., (2022). My Mother-in-Law Doesn’t Like It: Resources, Social Norms, and Entrepreneurial Intentions of Women in an Emerging Economy. Small Business Economics: an international journal

Karim, S., Kwong, C., Shrivastava, M. and Tamvada, JP., (2022). My Mother-in-Law Doesn’t Like It: Resources, Social Norms, and Entrepreneurial Intentions of Women in an Emerging Economy. Small Business Economics: an international journal

Karim, MS., Sena, V. and Hart, M., (2022). Developing Entrepreneurial Career Intention in Entrepreneurial University: The Role of Counterfactual Thinking. Studies in Higher Education. 47 (5), 1023-1035

Brynin, M., Karim, M. and Zwysen, W., (2019). The value of self-employment to ethnic minorities. Work, Employment and Society. 33 (5), 846-864

Karim, MS., (2017). Counterfactual Thinking and Entrepreneurial Career Intention. Academy of Management Proceedings. 2017 (1), 15900-15900

Book chapters (1)

Karim, M. and Nahar, S., A Resource-based view of ICT in Strategic Entrepreneurship. In: HANDBOOK OF STRATEGIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP. Editors: Gupta, VK., Shirokova, GV., Amit Karna, A. and Banu A. Goktan, BA., . Edward Elgar Publisher

Conferences (5)

Karim, M., Fernandez de Arroyabe, JC. and Afrahi, B., Work disengagement: a systematic review of the evidence

Karim, MS. and Nahar, S., (2019). Factors Influencing Business Performance of Women Entrepreneurs in SMEs in Bangladesh

Karim, M. and Kwong, C., (2019). Resource Availability, Social Norms, and the Development of Entrepreneurial Intention Amongst Women in Bangladesh

Karim, M., Afrahi, B. and Fernandez de Arroyabe, JC., (2018). Entrepreneurs' emotional disengagement from business

Afrahi, B., Karim, M. and Fernandez de Arroyabe, JC., (2018). Effect of entrepreneurs’ emotional disengagement on entrepreneurial exit strategies

Reports and Papers (3)

Hart, M., Levie, J. and Karim, M., (2012). Closing the Generational Start-up Gap’, RBS Inspiring the Enterprise, RBS Group, UK

Karim, M. and Hart, M., (2012). GEM Bangladesh Monitoring Report 2011

Marlow, S., Hart, M., Levie, J. and Karim, M., (2012). Women in Enterprise: A Different Perspective

Contact

mskarim@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1702 328392

Location:

GB 3.14, Southend Campus