Dr Chima Mordi, teaches and researches issues in comparative human resource management, Employment relations and Reforms in emerging and developing economies. He holds a PhD degree in human resource management from Keele University, United Kingdom. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. As a trained lawyer, Chima’s experiences have helped shape and influence both his doctoral and post-doctoral research agenda and interests, which centre on the social nature of the labour problems of Sub-Saharan Africa and their implications for the variable efficacy of application of Western management theories and practices in Sub-Saharan Africa. His primary research interests lie in the broad academic disciplines of Labour History, Comparative Human resource management and Employment Relations. He is particularly interested in African labour history and contemporary Sub-Saharan African Employment relations. Chima’s research has been published in journals such as International Journal of Human Resource Management, Thunderbird International Business Review, Personnel Review, employee relations and career development international journal. In addition, I have been awarded the best tutor and supervisor award by Brunel University and my research has been awarded the Emerald Literati Network outstanding paper awards for excellence.
Newest selected publications
Okereke, C., Vincent, S. and Mordi, C. (Accepted) 'Determinants of Nigerian managers’ environmental attitude: Africa's Ubuntu ethics versus global capitalism'. Thunderbird International Business Review.
Thompson, G., Mmieh, F. and Mordi, C. (Accepted) 'Factors influencing the growth of SMEs: The case of Ghana'. Thunderbird International Business Review. ISSN: 1096-4762 Open Access Link
Musfiqur, R., Mordi, C. and Nwagbara, U. (Accepted) 'Factors influencing e-HRM implementation in government organisations: Case studies from Bangladesh.'. Journal of Enterprise Information Management..
Adisa, TA., Osabutey, ELC., Gbadamosi, G. and Mordi, C. (2017) 'The challenges of employee resourcing: the perceptions of managers in Nigeria'. Career Development International, 22 (6). pp. 703 - 723. ISSN: 1362-0436
Adisa, T., Mordi, C. and Osabutey, E. (Accepted) '’Exploring the implications of the influence of organisational culture on work-life balance practices: evidence from Nigerian medical doctors'. Personnel Review. ISSN: 0048-3486 Open Access Link