Dr. Amirmahmood Amini Sedeh
Management / Marketing / Entrepreneurship Department
Amir Amini Sedeh

Associate Professor Management

Office: Grove Hall 207
Phone: (717) 477-1623
E-mail: AAminisedeh@ship.edu
Office Hours and Teaching Schedule 

Bio

Dr. Amir Amini Sedeh is an Associate Professor of Management in the John L. Grove College of Business. Before joining Shippensburg University, Dr. Sedeh earned his Ph.D. from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. His research includes a manuscript published in Journal of Business Research, and some manuscripts under review at top ranked entrepreneurship journals and several other papers in progress. He is also the author of several conference papers presented at annual meetings of Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society, and Academy of International Business. As far as his teaching experience, he has taught strategic management, international management, principles of management, and introduction to business. Dr. Sedeh is an entrepreneur. He has also worked as a strategic management expert, marketing manager, and business consultant.

Education

2018   Ph.D. in Business Administration, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA. Concentration:
                Strategic Management & International Business      

2012   Master of Business Administration, Sharif University of Technology,Tehran, Iran.

2008   Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management, Allame Tabatabaei University, Tehran, Iran

Selected Publications

Pezeshkan, A., Smith, A., Fainshmidt, S., & Amini Sedeh, A. (2016). National business systems and firm innovation: A study of developing economies. Journal of Business Research, 69(11): 5413-5418.

Amini Sedeh, A., Judge, W., Moayed, N., (2018). Innovative entrepreneurship: The effects of entrepreneur’s competencies and institutional voids, Academy of Management Proceedings.

Zhang, J., Amini Sedeh, A., S.Abootorabi. S.H., (2018).National social capital, Self-efficacy and new venture creation, Academy of Management Proceedings.

Amini Sedeh, A. (2017).Are entrepreneurs born or made? A multilevel, cross-national perspective, Academy of Management Proceedings

Amini Sedeh, A., Gharaghouzlou, M.M, & Klinger, R.L. (2016). When it Works to be Shady: The Dark Triad and Decision Making Heuristics, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, USA.