Dr. Shoeb Mohammad
PhD, Policy and Strategic Management, Schulich School of Business, York University (2018)
MSc, Business Economics, Smith School of Business, Queen's University (2013)
BBA, University of Toronto (2010)
Shoeb Mohammad is in Assistant Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship. He received a PhD in Strategic Management from the Schulich School of Business at York University, a MSc in Business Economics from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University, and a BBA in management from the University of Toronto. Before embarking on his academic career, Shoeb worked as a management consultant for Deloitte’s Private Company Services, advising small to midsize new ventures on strategic planning and technology implementations.
Shoeb’s research examines the contextual influences and broad implications of unethical behavior of firms from varying perspectives, with a key focus on emerging markets and innovation. Current topics he is exploring include the implications of the institutional environment of emerging markets on the unethical behavior of firms, how corruption in emerging markets affects firm innovation, and the social evaluations firms receive when involved in scandals. Shoeb's research has been published in Business Ethics: Environment and Responsibility, and has appeared in the Academy of Management conference in its best paper proceedings and as a nominee for the best business ethics paper award.
Contemporary Issues in Management (MBA)
Principles of Entrepreneurship (undergraduate)
Business Policy (undergraduate)
Strategic Management (undergraduate)
Corruption, ethics, innovation, social evaluations
Peer reviewed journal publications:
Mohammad, S. and Husted, B.W., 2019. Law‐abiding organizational climates in developing countries: The role of institutional factors and socially responsible organizational practices. Business Ethics: A European Review
Awards and honors:
Business Association of Latin American Studies (BALAS) 2018 Conference. Finalist for Best Student Paper Award.
Academy of Management (AOM) 2017 Conference. Finalist for Best Business Ethics Paper Award.
Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) 2016 conference. Winner of Best Student Paper Award, Social Issues division.