Research interest include SMEs internationalisation strategy, entrepreneurship in small business, institutional impact within the national and subnational level of environment, and internationalisation policy and its impact on SMEs.
Visita, L., Almahendra, R., Tsalits, A. H., & Anindita, M. S. (2022). Do Psychic Distance, International
Experience and Risk-Taking Ability Matter for Indonesian SMEs in the Distant Market? Vision: The Journal
of Business Perspective.
• Anindita, M.S. & Couper, C.C. (2021). Informal internationalisation: Resilient strategy amidst the informal and
formal institutions in the national and sub-national level, ISBE Conference, Cardiff, 28-29th October.
• Anindita, M.S., & Farransahat, M. (2020). Building community resilience after a natural disaster: Insight from
the Jeep lava tour in Indonesia, ISIRC Conference, Sheffield, 1-3rd September.
• Mayasari, D.E. & Anindita, M.S. (2020). Taking advantage of the demographic dividend in Indonesia: The
university as an entrepreneurship ecosystem, ISIRC Conference, Sheffield, 1-3rd September.
• Anindita, M.S. (2018). Formal and Informal Institutional Affect to Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Internationalisation in Emerging Market Context, SUMS 2nd Annual Doctoral Conference, Sheffield, 12nd September.
• Anindita, M.S. (2018). Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Internationalisation Contribution to National Economy
in an Emerging Market Country, SIID 9th Annual Postgraduate Conference, Sheffield, 8-9th May.
• Anindita, M.S. (2017). Assessing Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Internationalisation in Emerging Market
Context. A Case Study of Indonesia, SUMS Annual Doctoral Conference, Sheffield, 12nd September.