• Internationalization strategies (cross-border acquisitions), corporate governance, strategic HRM (employee downsizing, work-life balance, diversity)
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Dynah A. Basuil, PhD

Executive Director, Ramon V. Del Rosario Sr. Center for Corporate Responsibility

Academic Background

  • PhD in Management, University of Texas-Arlington (USA)
  • Master in Business Administration, University of Texas-Dallas (USA)
  • Master in Science in Telecoms Management, Oklahoma State University (USA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, cum laude, University of the Philippines Diliman

Professional and Academic Experience

  • Associate Professor, Asian Institute of Management (Philippines)
  • Acting Executive Managing Director, AIM TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership (Philippines)
  • Senior Lecturer, Graduate School of Management, University of Auckland Business School (New Zealand)
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Texas at Arlington (USA)
  •  Adjunct Lecturer (Joint MBA with Southern Oregon University), Universidad de Guanajuato (Mexico)
  • Adjunct Lecturer, Tec de Monterrey Campus Irapuato (Mexico)
  • Regional Account Manager (Asia Pacific), Nortel Networks (Hong Kong)
  • Senior Finance/Marketing Specialist, Nortel Networks (USA); Account Officer, PCI Bank (Philippines)

Affiliations, Awards, and Honors

  • 2016 Recipient, Research Excellence Award, University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand
  • 2013 Candidate Researcher, National System of Researchers (Sistema Nacional de Investigadores), CONACYT, Mexico
  • 2011 Recipient, Graduate Dean’s Dissertation Fellowship (1 of 20 awarded University-wide), University of Texas at Arlington, USA


  • Lobo, K. G., Basuil, D. A., Escartin, M. C. D., Faustino, C. M. D., & Caliso, R. A. C. C. (2023). Mapping the pain Points in the motherhood sphere: A focus on women entrepreneurs in the Philippines. FIIB Business Review, 1–19.
  • Basuil, D. A., & Santiago, A. (2020). On the right track?: Human capital management in the Philippines. International Journal of Employment Studies, 28(2), 6–29.
  • Datta, D. K., Basuil, D. A., & Agrawal, A. (2020). Effects of board characteristics on post-acquisition performance: A study of cross-border acquisitions by firms in the manufacturing sector. International Business Review, 29(3), 101674.
  • Basuil, D. A., & Datta, D. K. (2019). Effects of firm-specific and country-specific advantages on relative acquisition size in service sector cross-border acquisitions: An empirical examination. Journal of International Management, 25(1), 66-80.
  • Lambert, J. R., Basuil, D. A., Bell, M. P., & Marquardt, D. J. (2019). Coming to America: Work visas, international diversity, and organizational attractiveness among highly skilled Asian immigrants. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 30(15), 2293-2319.
  • Basuil, D. A. & Datta, D. K. (2017). Value creation in cross-border acquisitions: The role of outside directors' human and social capital. Journal of Business Research, 80, 35-44.
  • Basuil, D. A., Manegold, J. G., & Casper, W. J. (2016). Subordinate perceptions of family-supportive supervision: The role of similar family-related demographics and its effect on affective commitment. Human Resource Management Journal, 26(4), 523-540.
  • Datta, D. K., Musteen, M., & Basuil, D. A. (2015). Influence of managerial ownership and compensation structure on establishment mode choice: The moderating role of host country political risk. Management International Review, 55, 593-613.
  • Basuil, D. A., & Datta, D. K. (2015). Effects of industry- and region-specific acquisition experience on value creation in cross-border acquisitions: The moderating role of cultural similarity. Journal of Management Studies, 52(6), 766-795.
  • Basuil, D. A., & Casper, W. J. (2012). Work-family planning attitudes among emerging adults. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 80(3): 629-637.


  • Agarwal, A., Basuil, D. A., Manegold, J. G., & Casper, W. J. (2023). Gender differences in perception of gender inequity in HCM practices. In Academy of Management Proceedings.
  • Datta, D. K., Basuil, D. A., & Agarwal, A. (2019). Post-acquisition value creation in cross-border transactions: Do board characteristics matter? Academy of Management Proceedings. United States: Academy of Management.
  • Datta, D. K., & Basuil, D. A. (2014). Effects of acquisition experience on value creation in service sector cross-border acquisitions. Academy of Management Proceedings. United States: Academy of Management.
  • Basuil, D. A., De Vera, M. J., & Confesor, N. R. (2013). The role of mimicry on outcome distribution in computer-mediated negotiation. Academy of Management Proceedings. United States: Academy of Management.
  • Radeva, E., Datta, D. K., & Basuil, D. A. (2012). Relationships between ownership structures and employee downsizing: An agency theory perspective. Academy of Management Proceedings. United States: Academy of Management.


  • Datta, D. K., & Basuil, D. A. (2015). Does Employee Downsizing Really Work? The Empirical Evidence. In M. Andresen, & C. Nowak (Eds.), Human Resource Management Practices - Assessing Added Value. Management for Professionals (pp. 197-221). Switzerland: Springer, Cham.
  • Datta, D. K., Basuil, D. A., & Radeva, E. A. (2012). Employee downsizing and organizational performance: What do we know? In C. L. Cooper, A. Pandey, & J. C. Quick (Eds.), Downsizing Is Less Still More? (pp. 199-227). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

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