Sangeeta Ray

Sangeeta Ray
The University of Sydney · Discipline of International Business

BSc; MSc; PhD (Science); PhD ( Business)

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March 2006 - present
The University of Sydney
Position
  • Sessional Lecturer
Description
  • My teaching and research experience include International Business Strategy, Alliances, Emerging Market Firms, Innovation in Emerging Markets, Institutional Transition

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Publications (18)
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This study tests the prescience of John Mathews’ linkage-leverage-learning (LLL) model to explain internationalization by latecomer firms (LFs) – set in an evolutionary backdrop. The hypothesis harboured in this study is that while LLL explains how LFs initially compete in international markets, it is autonomous learning, independent of LLL that is...
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This paper explores an alternative approach to regulation for addressing corporate governance problems related to director and executive remuneration disclosure. We draw on the concept of collibration, conceived by Dunsire as an approach to managing tensions between opposing forces in social arena. We explore the application of collibration in the...
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This article examines how the introduction of a mix of state and market-based regulatory mechanisms representing formal and informal institutional elements, respectively, impacts disclosure level of director and executive remuneration in Australia. In doing so, our study steps beyond the simple state versus market dichotomy that the extant literatu...
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This paper explores an alternative approach to regulation for addressing corporate governance problems relating to director and executive remuneration disclosure. We draw on the concept of collibration, conceived by Dunsire as an approach to managing tensions between opposing forces in social arena through government intervention. We explore the ap...
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This paper examines how the introduction of a mix of state and market-based regulatory mechanisms representing formal and informal institutional elements respectively impacts disclosure level of director and executive remuneration in Australia. In doing so our study steps beyond the simple state versus market dichotomy that the extant literature is...
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This article seeks to explore the potential of the process of collibration as it applies to the development of controls on the remuneration levels and arrangements for corporate directors in Australia. The study is guided by the research question 'what approach should be adopted in developing a regulatory framework for corporate governance that ali...
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Summary Little is known about how MNE-affiliates are using their linkage capabilities to source or combine technological inputs in emerging economies. This paper attempts to address this critical gap in the literature by comparing and contrasting innovation practices (IPs) employed by MNE-affiliates in two large emerging economies, India and Brazil...
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As product offerings of multinational enterprises (MNEs) continue to primarily serve the relatively well-to-do consumers in emerging economies, innovations to meet the unique affordability and acceptability criteria of masses at the base of the pyramid (BoP) continues to remain a daunting challenge. The academic literature is sparse on comprehensiv...
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A daunting challenge that enterprises face today is how to design and diffuse innovations to effectively tap into local demand in emerging country markets. Although extant literature focuses on the dominant innovation models of multinational enterprises from developed countries, little attention is directed to carefully examining the alternative mo...
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Organisational communication perspectives provide a framework for examining the impact of new Computerised Physician Order Entry (CPOE) systems on health care organisations. The aim of this study was to utilise performance metrics (volume of telephone/fax calls and the management of unfulfilled test requests) as a way of monitoring the impact of a...
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The purpose of this study was to identify the key implications of the implementation of a computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system on pathology laboratory services. An in-depth qualitative study using observation, focus groups and interviews with pathology staff, managers, clinicians and information systems staff during implementation of a...
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Computerised physician order entry (CPOE) systems hold the promise of significant improvements to health care delivery and patient care. The implementation of such systems is costly and complex. The purpose of this paper is to review current evidence of the impact of CPOE on hospital pathology services. This paper presents a review of the literatur...
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Low antioxidant levels and oxidative stress due to airway inflammation may be important determinants of asthma severity. The objective of the present study was to determine whether lower antioxidant intake and plasma antioxidant concentrations are associated with more severe asthma. Dietary antioxidant intakes and asthma severity were assessed usin...
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4,6-Di-tert-butyl-2,3-dihydro-2,2-dipentyl-5-benzofuranol (BO-653) is a novel antioxidant synthesized by theoretical findings and considerations. Here we report on the aqueous peroxyl radical-induced oxidation of human plasma in the presence of BO-653. When BO-653 was given to healthy human subjects at 400 mg twice daily for 28 days, lipids in the...
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The bronchial epithelium is exposed to reactive oxygen species (ROS) derived from cigarette smoke, air pollutants and activated leucocytes. Glutathione (GSH) prevents ROS-mediated loss of cell function, tissue injury and inflammation, and its synthesis is regulated by gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase (gamma-GCS). However, the capacity of bronchial...
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Despite the central role of gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase (gammaGCS) in lung antioxidant defenses, the limited studies of the activity of this enzyme in respiratory cells have produced variable results. This study has examined the factors, which may influence the measurement of gammaGCS activity in cultured human lung epithelial cells (A549). A...

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