Research projects that I am currently working on include the following topics: political ties and corruption, antecedents of corruptive behavior, understanding corruptive behavior using neuroscience approaches, research methodologies on socio political risks, market entry in emerging markets.
White, G. O., Chintakananda, A. & Rajwani, T. 2022. “Seeds of corruption? The paradoxical role of ties to politicians and foreign subsidiary relations with government sponsored financial institutions” British Journal of Management. (Forthcoming).
Chumnangoon, P., Chiralaksanakul, A. & Chintakananda, A. 2021. “How closeness matters: The role of geographical proximity on social capital development and knowledge sharing in SMEs.” Competitiveness Review. (Forthcoming).
McIntyre, D. P., Srinivasan, A. & Chintakananda, A. 2021. “The persistence of platforms: The role of network, platform, and complementor attributes.” Long Range Planning, 54(5): 101987.
Kang, E., & Chintakananda, A. 2019. “Mitigating negative spillovers from categorization of foreign- listed firms: The role of host-country independent directors.” Management and Organization Review, 15(4): 773-807.
Tan, B. R. & Chintakananda, A. 2016. “The effects of home country political and legal institutions on firms’ geographic diversification performance.” Global Strategy Journal, 6(2):105-123.
Chintakananda, A. & McIntyre, D. P. 2014. “Market entry in the presence of network effects: a real options perspective.” Journal of Management, 40(6): 1535-1557.
McIntyre, D. P. & Chintakananda, A. 2014. “Competing in network markets: Can the winner take all?” Business Horizons, 57(1): 117-125.
McIntyre, D. P. & Chintakananda, A. 2013.“A real options approach to releasing “network” products.” Journal of High Technology Management Research, 24(1): 42-52.
Chintakananda, A., York, A., O’Neill, H. M., & Peng, M. 2009. “Structuring dyadic relationships between export producers and intermediaries.” European Journal of International Management, 32(2):302-327.
Tong, T. W., Alessandri, T.M., Reuer, J.J. & Chintakananda, A. 2008. “How much does country matter? An analysis of firms’ growth options.” Journal of International Business Studies, 39(3): 387-405.
McIntyre, D. P., Chintakananda, A., & Chen, W. 2015 “Uncertainty in strategy research: An overview and research agenda.” Strategic Management Review, 9(1): 55-75.
Chintakananda, A. & O’Neill, H. M. 2008. “Multidimensionality of uncertainty and entrepreneurial action: The influence on firms’ IPO decisions.” Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
Books / Chapters / Cases / Blogs
McIntyre, D. P., Srinivasan, A. & Chintakananda, A. 2021. “For platforms, durability is the new strategic imperative.” London School of Economics Business Review.
Thoumrungroje, A., Racela, O. C., & Chintakananda, A. 2019. “Overcoming knowledge stickiness in international business simulation games.” The Palgrave Handbook of Learning and Teaching International Business and Management, Gonzalez-Perez, M. A., Lynden, K., Taras, V., Eds. Palgrave Macmillan. Page: 253-540. ISBN: 978-3-030-20414-3.
Chintakananda, A. 2016. Strategic Management Theories: Foundation and Application, Chulalongkorn University Press. ISBN: 978-616-423-843-5.
Ragozzino, R., Chintakananda, A. & Reuer, J.J. 2012. “The use of quantitative methodologies in strategic management research.” The Handbook of Research on Competitive Strategy, G. B. Dagnino, Ed. Edward Elgar Publishing. Page: 379-395. ISBN: 978-1-84720-044-0.
Chintakananda, A. & York, A. 2005. “Choosing the optimal export strategy.” Global Strategy, Mike W. Peng, Eds., Thomson: Ohio. Page: 339-347. ISBN: 978-0-324-31649-0.
Director of Ph.D. in Business Administration
Director of Management Insight Lab