Mohammed Jahed

Mohammed Jahed
St. Bonaventure University | Bona · Department of Management

Doctor of Philosophy

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23
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11 Research Items
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Introduction
Operations management, supply chain management, entrepreneurship, apparel supply chain

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Publications (23)
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Purpose Understanding the micro-start-up resources and its relationships with entrepreneurial orientation and performance is unique because it operates a business in a poor resource setting. However, poor resource settings of micro-start-up are not adequately examined into the literature in relation to entrepreneurial orientation and performance. T...
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Along with the phenomenal growth in fast fashion, the industry is beset with many challenges. Topping the list are design, production, and supply of the fast fashion apparel (FFA). Adoption and effective use of supply chain management (SCM) practices in the FFA industry have become indispensable to achieve this. However, there is a gap in the fast...
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This study investigates SCM practices in a specific fast fashion apparel (FFA) industry. The impacts of SCM practices on competitive advantage (CA) are investigated via mediating roles of supply chain agility (SCA) and partnership quality (PQ). Resource advantage (R-A) theory, in addition to resource-based view and dynamic capability theories, are...
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Ample body of evidence suggests the presence of a direct relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) orientation and firm performance. However, this finding seems spurious and imprecise, likely due to missing intervening factors that mediate this relationship. This gap in pertinent literature has motivated the present study, as a par...
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The scarcity of publicly available purified water has increased the demand for bottled water in Bangladesh. Consumers prefer bottled water over tap water mostly for the safety, hygiene and convenience factors. As the bottled water market is becoming competitive day by day, companies are trying to create differentiations and innovations which have b...
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The garments industry has been leading the Bangladesh economy since the early 1990s. Garments are the country’s biggest export making up about threequarters of total exports, and the industry is a symbol of the country’s dynamism in the world economy. The industry is also the main non-farm formal sector creating employment opportunities for the poo...
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Until recently, Chittagong city was known as the “cleanest city” of Bangladesh due to its neatness and an overwhelming presence of green trees and hilly areas. But now due to the presence of piles of refuses dotting and improper waste management, the clean lines of the city has been facing acute degradation. The study aims at exploring the present...

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