Mirzokhidjon Abdurakhmonov received a Ph.D. in Management from the University of Arkansas and is currently Assistant Professor of Management at the University of Nebraska. His research focuses on corporate political activities, business-government interaction, and strategic leadership. He teaches Business Strategy and Policy at the undergraduate level at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Titus, V., Mbaraonye, I., Abdurakhmonov, M., Parker, O. “Entrepreneurial orientation and the creative constraint of corporate political activity.” Journal of Management, (in press).
Abdurakhmonov, M., Snider, R., Ridge, J., Hasija, D. “Perceptions of Political Self-Dealing? An Empirical Investigation of Market Returns Surrounding the Disclosure of Politician Stock Purchases.” Strategic Management Journal, 44(5), 1168-1198.
Abdurakhmonov, M., Hasija, D., Ridge, J., Hill, A.2022. “Maintaining or Altering The Status Quo in the Non-Market Arena: Theory and Evidence from Government Contracts Disputes.” Organization Science, 34(3), 1004-1026.
Mbaraonye, I.E., Abdurakhmonov M., Ridje, J., “Swayed by Prior Interactions? How Government Contracting acts both as a Substitute and a Stimulus for Lobbying Activity.” Strategic Organization, 14761270221132308.
Abdurakhmonov, M., Ridge, J., Hill, A. & Loncarich, H. 2022. “Strategic Risk and Lobbying: Investigating Lobbying Breadth as Risk Management.” Journal of Management, 48(5), 1103-1130.
Abdurakhmonov, M., Ridge, J., Hill, A. 2021. "Unpacking Firm External Dependence: How Government Contract Dependence Affects Firm Investments and Market Performance." Academy of Management Journal, 64(1), 327-350
Ridge, J., Ingram, A., Abdurakhmonov, M., Hasija, D. 2019. “Congressional testimony as an indicator of firm political influence.” Strategic Management Journal.
Abdurakhmonov, M., Bolton, J., Ridge, J.2019. “When the Cat's Away, the Mice will play: A Model of Corporate Regulatory Compliance”. Journal of Managerial Issues, 31(1).
MNGT 475 – Strategic Management