Dr. Farzad Rafi Khan is currently an Associate Professor at the College of Industrial Management, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia). He graduated with a PhD in Strategy and Organization from McGill
University (Montreal, Canada) in 2005. Dr. Khan also has a Masters in Economics of Developing Countries from the University of Cambridge (UK) and a Bachelors with Great Distinction from McGill University in Accounting and Finance. He has published in the leading academic research journals in the business and management field such as Human Relations, Organization, Organization Studies, and Journal of Business Ethics. He has been involved in consulting and executive development programs
with leading organizations such as Nestle, Siemens, Telenor, and Teradata. Dr. Khan is an invited guest speaker on many prestigious forums such as the National Institutes of Health (USA) sponsored Masters in Bio Ethics Program for Aga Khan University. He also has held several international academic appointments and has taught at the top universities in a wide range of countries including Canada, China, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and the United Arab Emirates. Dr. Khan can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD in Management, McGill University, Canada
MPhil in Economics of Developing Countries, University of Cambridge, UK
BCom in Accounting and Finance, McGill University, Canada
Khan, F.R. [with R. Alcadipani. E. Gantman and S. Nkomo] (2012) Southern Voices in Management and Organization Knowledge. Organization 19(2), 131-143.
Khan, F.R [with B. Koshul] (2011) Lenin in Allah’s Court: Iqbal’s critical narrative on Western capitalism and the opening up of the postcolonial imagination in critical management studies, Organization 18(3), 303-322.
Khan, F.R. [with P. Lund , Thomsen] (2011) CSR as imperialism: Towards a Phenomenological approach to CSR in developing world, Journal of Change Management 11(1), 73-90.
Khan, F.R [with R. Westwood and D. Boje] (2010). I feel like a foreign agent: NGOs and corporate social responsibility interventions into Third World Child Labor, Human Relations 63(9), 1417-1438.
Khan, F.R. [with D. Boje] (2009). Story-Branding by Empire Entrepreneurs: Nike, child labour, and Pakistan’s soccer ball industry. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship 22(1), 9-24.
Khan, F.R. (2007). Representational approaches matter. Journal of Business Ethics 73(1), 77-89.
Khan, F.R. [with K. Munir and H. Willmott] (2007). A dark side of institutional entrepreneurship: Soccer balls, child labour and postcolonial impoverishment. Organization Studies 28(7), 1055-1077.
Area of specialization
Corporate Social Responsibility, Leadership, Organization Behavior/Theory, Strategy