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Ali
Alipour

Ali
Alipour

Assistant Professor

PhD

Sabancı University, Management and Organization, 2019

Graduate

University of Tehran, Human Resource Management, 2013



Research Areas
  • International Business
  • International Expansion and Adaptation Strategies
  • Cross-cultural Management
  • Strategy

Research

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Alipour, A. (2019).  The conceptual difference really matters: Hofstede vs Globe's Uncertainty Avoidance and the Risk-taking Behavior of Firms. Cross-cultural and Strategic Management
  • Alipour, A. (2015). Turkey’s stance towards the main developments in the South Caucasus. Insight Turkey17(1), 191-211.

Conference Presentations

  • Alipour, A., Gözübüyük, R., & Cünedioğlu, E. (2019). The Behavioral Theory of the Firm: A Cross-cultural Examination. Academy of International Business (AIB). Copenhagen, Denmark.  
  • Alipour, A., Gözübüyük, R., & Cünedioğlu, E. (2018). Performance Feedback and Risk Relationship: A Cross-cultural Examination. Strategic Management Society (SMS). Paris, France.
  • Wasti, A. S., Alipour, A., Tan, H. H., Fulmer, A., & Song, U. (2016). Defining Trust across Cultures: A Prototype Approach. First International Network on Trust (FINT). Dublin; Ireland.
  • Wasti, A. S., Alipour, A., & Jin, S. X. (2015). Trust Concept in Work Relations: A Cross-Cultural Comparison. 24th National Conference of Management & Organization. Bodrum. Turkey.

Currently Working Projects

  • Alipour, A., Gözübüyük, R., & Cünedioğlu, E. The Behavioral Theory of the Firm; A Cross-cultural Investigation.
  • Wasti, A. S., Alipour, A., Tan, H. H., Fulmer, A., & Song. Cross-cultural comparison of trust in work relationships.
  • Alipour, A., Genc, M., Risk and risk-taking in the Turkish Context.
  • Alipour, A., Boundary Conditions of Performance Feedback and Risk Relationship; Backward versus Forward-Looking Aspirations