(ed.): Entrepreneurship and innovation: models for development. (1998) "Product innovation in a non-Western context: bridging organizations and society." In Serapio, M. Stamford, Conn.: JAI Press, pp.169-204 O'Sullivan, A., Munir, K. (1998) "Building organizational capabilities for product innovation." In Kanungo, B. (2003) "The concept of industry and the case of radical technological change." In Zedtwitz, M. Aitken Spence is the only company in Sri Lanka to be recognized as a'Best Corporate Citizen' by the country's leading business chamber for ten consecutive years.The team led by Azam is credited with conceptualizing and developing the company's sustainability strategy and the policy framework, which was ranked 'Best in Class' by the STING Corporate Accountability Index.But it has compounded the resentment of some of his comrades who have noticed his designer suites, expensive watches and luxury cars.
He is frequently invited internationally to speak on issues related to social, technological and economic change. (2017) "Institutions and economic inequality." In: Greenwood, R., Oliver, C., Lawrence, T. (eds.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2nd edition, pp.705-736 Dacin, M. (2003) "Flaws at the core." Business Life, Oct: 18 Munir, K. (2003) "Competitive dynamics in face of technological discontinuity: a framework for action." Journal of High Technology Management Research, 14(1): 93-109 (DOI: 10.1016/S1047-8310(03)00006-3) Munir, K. (2004) "Discontinuity and after: the social dynamics of technology evolution and dominance." Organization Studies, 25(4): 561-581 (DOI: 10.1177/0170840604040676) Munir, K. (2005) "The birth of the Kodak moment: institutional entrepreneurship and the adoption of new technologies." Organization Studies, 26(11): 1665-1687 (DOI: 10.1177/0170840605056395) Khan, F., Munir, K. (2007) "A dark side of institutional entrepreneurship: soccer balls, child labour and postcolonial impoverishment." Organization Studies, 28(7): 1055-1077 (DOI: 10.1177/0170840607078114) Ansari, S.
Social and institutional change and stability; technological shifts in society; emergence of new markets; socio-economic changes in South Asia and Africa; economic development and competitiveness of developing countries.
Dr Kamal Munir has been teaching at Cambridge Judge Business School since 2000.
Dr Munir has published several articles in leading organisational and technology journals, including the . (2004) Networking and innovation in the UK: a systematic review of the literature.
He is also a member of the Cambridge Corporate Governance Network (CCGN). (2015) "The abject condition of labor in Pakistan." , 51(6): 1695-1726 (DOI: 10.1017/S0026749X16000585) Munir, K., Ayaz, M., Willmott, H. (2018) "The role of intermediaries in governance of global production networks: restructuring work relations in Pakistan's apparel industry." Birdi, K., Denyer, D., Munir, K., Neely, A. (2003) Post Porter: where does the UK go from here?