Rizwan Tahir

Rizwan Tahir

Saunders College of Business
Department of Management
RIT Dubai

2019 Submissions

Journal Paper

Tahir, Rizwan and Mohamed El Baradie. "Behind the veil: the challenges and impediments encountered by women entrepreneurs in the United Arab Emirates." International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing 11. 3 (2019): 258 - 281. Print. * « £

Tahir, Rizwan and Vandana Savara. "Self-initiated expatriates in the United Arab Emirates: Case of New Zealand women." New Zealand Journal of International Human Resource Management 19. 1 (2019): 31-55. Web. * « £

2018 Submissions

Journal Paper

Tahir, Rizwan. "Expanding horizons and expatriate adjustment: Perceptions of Western expatriate managers in multinational companies in the United Arab Emirates." Cross Cultural & Strategic Management. (2018): 401-423. Print. * «

2013 Submissions

Journal Paper

Rizwan, Tahir, and Naheed Azhar. "The Adjustment Process of Female Repatriate Managers in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) Companies." Global Business Review 14. 1 (2013): 155-167. Print. «

Rizwan, Tahir, and Azhar, Naheed. "The Adjustment Process of Female Repatriate Managers in Australian and New Zealand (ANZ) Companies." Global Business Review Vol. 14 No. 1. (2013): 155-167. Print. «

2012 Submissions

Published Conference Proceedings

Rizwan, Tahir,. "The Repatriation of Female Managers in Australia and New Zealand (Anz) Companies: Why is it not Considered Critical to Internationalization." Proceedings of the Australia New Zealand Academy (ANZAM) of Management. Ed. Anne Andersen. Perth, Australia, Australia: n.p., 2012. Print. *

2011 Submissions

Journal Paper

Rizwan, Tahir,. "The Dilemma of Repatriate Managers in the New Zealand Companies." ASBM Journal Vol. 4 No. 1. (2011): 122-135. Print. «

Rizwan, Tahir,. "The Forgotten Employees? Dealing with the Repatriate Dilemma in New Zealand Companies." New Zealand Journal of Human Resource Management Vol. 10 No. 3. (2011): 174-184. Print. «

Rizwan, Tahir, and Chen, W. "Strategic Motivations of Australian and New Zealand (ANZ) Manufacturing Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) in International Markets." Asian Academy of Management Journal Vol. 10 No. 2. (2011): 194-213. Print. «