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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

Grants

      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.

Publications

Refereed Journal Papers

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

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.

 

Textbooks

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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