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Arvind Parkhe

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Arvind Parkhe

Arvind Parkhe

Title: Laura H. Carnell Professor & Chair
Department: Strategic Management

Office: Alter Hall 561
Phone: 215.204.6618
E-mail: aparkhe@temple.edu

Arvind Parkhe is a Professor of Strategy, International Business, Entrepreneurship, and MIS; Laura H. Carnell Professor; and Chair of the Strategic Management Department at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. Prior to coming to Temple in 2003, he was on the faculty of the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University [Bloomington], from 1989-2003. He holds a B.Tech. from IIT-Bombay [India], MBA from Georgia State University, and Ph.D. from Temple University.

Professor Parkhe has published articles on strategic alliances, international joint ventures, and global networks in all of the top journals in his field, including Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, and Organization Science. He is one of the highest-cited authors in the areas of management, strategy, and international business, with more than 1,600 citations in SSCI and over 6,000 citations in Google Scholar. Professor Parkhe’s research excellence awards include the JIBS Decade Award [2001] and the AIB Outstanding Dissertation Award [1990]. He has served as a guest editor of Academy of Management Review [2006] and Journal of International Management [2007], and continues to serve on the editorial boards of several journals.

Professor Parkhe has won numerous teaching excellence awards at the doctoral, masters, and undergraduate levels, and received the Musser Excellence in Faculty Service Award and the Temple University Outstanding Faculty Service Award in 2012. In 2013, he was elected Vice President of the Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education.