PENN STATE HBG
MIDDLETOWN, PA 17057
Dr. Pandey’s scholarship focuses on entrepreneurship, leadership and strategic management. Some of her recent research examines social entrepreneurs’ expectations from social accelerators and whether organizational form (for-profit or nonprofit) determines the level of financial support social enterprises are able to attract. She has published in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Nonprofit Management and Leadership, Public Administration Review, and International Public Management Journal.
Dr. Pandey teaches Principles of Management, International Business and Society, and Business Strategy at the undergraduate level. She has previously taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Business Strategy, Entrepreneurship and International Management.
Social entrepreneurship and social enterprise
Gender and diversity
Pandey, Sheela, Kim, Mirae, and Pandey, Sanjay K. (in press). Do Mission Statements Matter for Nonprofit Performance? Insights from a Study of US Performing Arts Organizations. Nonprofit Management and Leadership. DOI: 10.1002/nml.21257
Pandey, Sheela, Pandey, Sanjay K., and Miller, Larry (in press). Measuring Innovativeness of Public Organizations: Using Natural Language Processing Techniques. International Public Management Journal. DOI: 10.1080/10967494.2016.1143424
Pandey, Sanjay K., Davis, Randall, Pandey, Sheela, and Peng, Shuyang. 2016. Transformational Leadership and the Use of Normative Public Values: Can Employees be Inspired to Serve Larger Public Purposes? Public Administration: An International Quarterly. Vol. 94(1): 204-222.
Peng, Shuyang, Pandey, Sheela, and Pandey, Sanjay K. 2015. Is There a Nonprofit Advantage? Examining the Impact of Institutional Context on Individual-Organizational Value Congruence. Public Administration Review. Vol. 75(4): 585-596.
Pandey, Sheela, and Rhee, Shanggeun. 2015. An Inductive Study of Foreign CEOs of Japanese Firms. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies. Vol. 22(2): 202-216.