· MAJIDI, M. (2021; in publication) Intelligence and Consciousness as Complementary Dimensions. Book chapter in Stachowicz-Stanusch A., Teaching business ethics and sustainability in the time of artificial intelligence and robots; Information Age Publishing. Chapter examines the relationship between intelligence and consciousness as complementary dimensions in the progress that hopefully lies ahead. It also examines how management education teaching carries responsibility in incorporating better holistic understanding as well as ethical, integrity and social responsibility of the private sector, particularly the AI sector and social media companies. It is in large part up to educational systems to develop and activate a constructive relationship between the two paths of intelligence and consciousness mentioned above by developing curriculums based on fundamental principles about the purpose of life.
· MAJIDI, M. (2016) Cultural Perspective on Sustainable Socioeconomic Development. Book chapter in Stachowicz-Stanusch A., Corporate Social Performance in the Age of Irresponsibility-Cross National Perspective; Information Age Publishing. This chapter aims to discuss the importance of cultural factors in a balanced and stable socioeconomic transition. It also discusses a competitive advantage and a unique position for countries in transition toward sustainable socioeconomic development instead of replicating existing free-market systems. These countries can rely on their past collectivism cultural values while benefiting from individualism encouraged by today’s integrated global economy.
· MAJIDI, M., et al. (2015) Western and Central Eurasian Cultural Differences: Germany, Kazakhstan, United States of America, and Uzbekistan. Organizational Cultures; An International Journal, V 14 Issue 3-4, pp.1-20, Using the Value Survey Module to collect data from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, U.S. and Germany, this research expands the body of knowledge and separates nationality from belonging to a national culture.
· MAJIDI, M. (2011), Perspective organisationnelle en passant de l’interculturel à la diversité culturelle au multiculturel L'interculturel en entreprise, quelles formations? Lambert-Lucas, Limoges, France, pp 81-85.
· MAJIDI, M., Doing Business Series, work in progress. A series of videos on the business and cultural environment of different countries. These videos are the outcome of several business trips with students where selected companies and government organizations present their strategy to students and are interviewed by them. Students are then interviewed to explain what they have learned and content is added on cultural aspects of the country visited. Dr. Majidi himself is interviewed, adding theoretical content. So far, the series includes Egypt, Turkey, Morocco, Romania, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and Georgia.
· MAJIDI, M. (2011), Mergers and Acquisitions; Management through Collaboration: Teaming in a Networked World Book. Routledge.
· MAJIDI, M. et al (2010), Invest in diversity as a competitive advantage; A Vision of Cultural Diversity, Issue 6, pp. 6-7 (publication).
· MAJIDI, M. (2006), Cultural Factors in International Mergers and Acquisitions: When and Where Culture Matters; the International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Vol. 6 (publication).
· MAJIDI, M. (2004), The Strategic Value of Cross-cultural Expertise; Working papers, the Faculty Research Forum of the Washington Consortium of Business Schools (full document).
· MAJIDI, M. (2003), The Information Communication Technology (ICT) Penetration and Skills Gap Analysis (SGA). Co-authored: a report for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Egyptian government to assess the use of ICT in industries and educational systems and recommend policies and actions to respond to immediate inquiries for ICT skills covering the local, regional, and global market.