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Associate Professor Sarbari Bordia

Research School of Management

Position: Associate Professor
Email: sarbari.bordia@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 612 57338
Office: Room 1060, LF Crisp Bld (26)

Associate Professor Sarbari Bordia


      Restubog, S.L.D., Bordia, P., & Bordia, S. (2012).Understanding career persistence: Integrating socio-cognitive and psychological contract perspectives ($248,374). Australian Research Council: Discovery Project.


Refereed Journal Papers

Bordia, S., Bordia, P., Milkovitz, M., Shen, Y., & Restubog, SLD. (2019). What do international students really want? An exploration of the content of international students’ psychological contract in business education. Studies in Higher Education, 44(8), 1488-1502.

Amarnani, R., Garcia, PRJ., Restubog, SLD., Bordia, P., & Bordia, S. (2018). Do You Think I’m Worth It? The Self-Verifying Role of Parental Engagement in Career Adaptability and Career Persistence among STEM Students. Journal of Career Assessment, 26(1): 77-94.

Bordia, P., Restubog, S. L.D., Bordia, S., & Tang, R. L. (2017). Effects of resource availability on social exchange relationships: The case of employee psychological contract obligations. Journal of Management, 43(5): 1447-1471.

Low, C. H., Bordia, P., & Bordia, S. (2016).What do employees really want? An exploration of employees’ preferred psychological contract contribution and inducements across career stages. Human Relations, 69(7): 1457-1418. 

Garcia, P. R. J., Restubog, S. L. D., Bordia, P., Bordia, S., & Roxas, R. E. O. (2015). Career optimism: The roles of contextual support and career decision-making self-efficacy. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 88: 10-18.

Bordia, S., & Bordia, P. (2015). Employees’ willingness to adopt a foreign functional language in multi-lingual organizations: the role of linguistic identity. Journal of International Business Studies. 46 (4), 415-428.

Bordia, S., Bordia, P., & Restubog, SLD. (2015). Promises from afar: A model of international student psychological contracts in management education. Studies in Higher Education. 40(2), 212-232. 

Restubog, S.L.D., Zagencyzk, T. J., Bordia, P., Bordia, S., & Chapman, G. (2015). If you wrong us, shall we not revenge? Interactive effects of self-control and aggressive culture. Journal of Management.41(4) 1132-1154.

Stanway, A. R., Bordia, S., & Fein, E. C. (2013). Raising the curtain: Exploring dancer’s perceived obligations through the psychological contract lens. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education. 12(2-3), 254-267. 

Rajaram. K., & Bordia, S. (2013).East versus West: Effect of knowledge acquisition and impact of cultural dislocation issues for mainland Chinese students across ten commonly used instructional techniques. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. 7(1). 1-24, http://academics.georgiasouthern.edu/ijsotl/v7n1.html.

Crossman, J. & Bordia, S. (2012),"Piecing the puzzle: A framework for developing intercultural online communication projects in business education", Journal of International Education in Business, 5(1), 71 – 88.

Crossman, J. & Bordia, S. (2011). Friendship and relationships in virtual and intercultural learning groups. Australian Journal of Adult Learning. 51(2), 329-354.

Restubog, S.L.D., Bordia, P., & Bordia, S. (2011). Investigating the role of psychological contract breach on career success: Convergent evidence from two longitudinal studies. Journal of Vocational Behavior. 79, 428-437. 

Rajaram. K., & Bordia, S. (2011). Culture clash: Teaching western-based management education to mainland Chinese students in Singapore. Journal of International Education in Business, 4 (1). 63-83.

Bordia, P., Restubog, S.L.D., Bordia, S., & Tang, R.L. (2010). Breach begets breach: Trickle-down effects of psychological contract breach on customer service. Journal of Management, 36(6), 1578-1607. 

Bordia, S., Hobman, E., Restubog, SLD., & Bordia, P. (2010). Advisor student relation in business education project collaboration: A psychological contract perspective. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 40(9), 2360-2386.

Restubog, SLD., Bordia, P., & Bordia, S. (2009).The interactive effects of procedural justice and equity sensitivity in predicting responses to psychological contract breach: An interactionist perspective. Journal of Business and Psychology, 24(2), 165-178.

Bordia, S., Wales, M. L., Pittam, J. & Gallois, C. (2008). Antecedents and Consequences of TESOL Student expectations. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 31(2), 15.1-15.18.

Crossman, J. & Bordia, S. (2008) Emerging Issues in International Education in Business Contexts.  Journal of International Education in Business, 1(1), pp. 2-14.

Lam, P. & Bordia, S. (2008). Factors Affecting Student Choice of e-Learning over Traditional Learning: Student and Teacher Perspectives. International Journal of Learning, 14, 131-140.

Banerjee, A. & Bordia, S. (2007). A Savoury Challenge: Innovative Activities at India Salt. Management Case Study Journal, 7(2), 1-17.

Bordia, S. (2007). Promises to keep: The nature of student psychological contracts in TESOL. TESOL in Context, 17, 23-29.

Bordia, S., Wales, M. L. & Pittam, J. (2006). The Role of Student expectations of TESOL: Opening a research agenda. TESOL in Context, 16(1), p. 10-17.

Bordia, S., Wales, M. L., Pittam, J. & Gallois, C. (2006). Student expectations of TESOL programs: Student and teacher perspectives. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 29(1), p. 4.1-4.21.


Edited book chapter

Bordia, S. (2019). Experiential Learning Through Student-led Assessments: The Noodle Bar Strategy. In The Palgrave Handbook of Learning and Teaching International Business and Management. Eds: Taras, V., Gonzalez-Perez, A., & Lynden, K. P. 359-380. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.



Crossman, J., Bordia, S., & Mills, C. (2010). Business Communication for the Global Age.  McGraw-Hill, Sydney.

Bretag, T., Crossman, J. & Bordia, S. (2007). Business Communication Skills for International Students. McGraw-Hill, Sydney.


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