CIBER Doctoral Dissertation in International Business Research Fellows

2013 – 2014 CIBER Research Award Recipients

  • Melissa Krug, Dept. of Anthropology, Commodification of Fair Trade: Handicraft Production and Cultural Sustainability in Boruca, Costa Rica
  • Professor Orfeo Fioretos, Dept. of Political Science, Historical Institutionalism in Political Science
  • TJ Hannigan, Dept. of Entrepreneurship, Knowledge Flows in Emerging Markets
  • Dr. Paul Pavlou & Yili (Kevin) Hong, Dept. of Business Administration & Management, Are Global Labor Markets Truly Flat?
  • Marcelo Kollman, Dept. of Business Administration & Management, Innovation Networks, Patterns of Collaborations

2006 CIBER Doctoral Dissertation Research Fellows

  • Tolulope Bewaji, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, Export Market Orientation and the Effect of Macro Environmental Factors
  • Yunxuan Han & Tolulope Bewaji, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, Practices at the Wholly-owned Foreign Subsidiaries: When is the Legitimacy Imperative at Work?
  • Xiangwen Jiang,  Dept. of General and Strategic Management,  Exploring Resource Acquisition, Capability Development and Internationalization of Chinese Companies
  • Xiangwen Jiang & Qin Yang, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, Location Advantages and Subsidiary’s R&D Activities in Emerging Economies: the Moderating Effect of Personnel Mobility
  • Yong Wang, Dept. of Finance, Relatively Benchmarked Executives’ Compensation and Optimal Option Repricing for Domestic and Internationalized Firms
  • Qin Yang, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, Effects of Staffing Composition on Subsidiary’s Performance in Corporate Strategic Reorientation
  • Xiaotian Zhang, Dept. of Finance, IPO Strategic Underpricing: the Role of Chinese State Owners
  • Yinghong Zhang, Dept. of Accounting, 2006 Doctoral Internationalization Consortium Workshop in Accounting

2005 CIBER Doctoral Dissertation Research Fellows

  • Xiangwen Jiang & Qin Yang, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, Knowledge Transfer in Emerging Economies’ Foreign Direct Investment in Developed Countries: the Moderating Effects of Network Strength and Human Resource Mobility
  • Xiangwen Jiang & Qin Yang, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, Transaction Flow Patterns in MNCs Network and Antecedent Factors of Subsidiaries Relational Behavior
  • Kerri Crowne, Dept. of Human Resource Management, The Structure of Emotional Intelligence: An Examination of the MSCEIT in India
  • Tolulope Bewaji, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, Top Management Characteristics; HR decisions and the Knowledge Based View
  • Naser Khaledi, Dept. of Accounting, Share Repurchase Comparison: USA and Japan or USA and Germany
  • Sonia Ketkar, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, Multinational Corporations’ Foreign Subsidiary Divestment Modes and Sustainability of Competitive Advantage
  • Jeff Podoshen, Dept. of Marketing, A Proposed TCA Approach to Global Brand Divestment
  • Denise Dunlap-Hinkler, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, The Determinants of Corporate Innovativeness: A Cross-National Knowledge Perspective

2004 CIBER Doctoral Dissertation Research Fellows

  • Sonia Ketkar, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, International Divestments by MNEs
  • Jeff Podoshen, Dept. of Marketing, War, Ethnic Conflict and the Consumer Purchase Decision
  • Kerri Crowne, Dept. of Human Resource Management, Emotional Intelligence: MSCEIT cross-Cultural Validity
  • Jim Landi, Dept. of Finance, Impact of OLI Factors on Japanese MNC’s Foreign Exchange Exposure

2003 CIBER Doctoral Dissertation Research Fellows

  • Jim Landi, Dept. of Finance, Risk Management Practices for Japanese Multinational Enterprises
  • Sonia Ketkar, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, Multinational Corporations and the Future of Sustainable Development
  • Denis Dunlap-Hinkler, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, International Knowledge Sourcing and Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • Allison D. Watts, Dept. of General and Strategic Management, Strategic Alliances

General and Strategic Management Department Seminars

The Temple Strategic Management Department has 18 faculty members. In the past five years our department has published or has forthcoming articles in: Management Science; Academy of Management Review; Academy of Management Journal; Strategic Management Journal; Journal of Management; Journal of International Business Studies; Organization Science; Journal of Business Venturing; Research Policy, Long Range Planning and several others.

Knows Me and My Business: How Preferences for Social Governance Mechanisms Affect Small Firm Owners’ Choice of Banks
T.L. Hill, Assistant Professor, Department of Strategic Management, Fox School of Business
Date: October 30, 2009

Offsetting Illegitimacy? How Pressures from Securities Analysts Influence Incumbents in the Face of New Technologies
Mary Benner, Assistant Professor, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Date: October 16, 2009

Future Trends in the Angel Investor Market
Jeffrey Sohl, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Decision Sciences and Director of the Center for Venture Research, Whittemore School of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire
Date: September 25, 2009

The Internal Challenges of External Knowledge Sourcing
Luis Felipe Monteiro, Assistant Professor, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Date: September 18, 2009

Universities and the Success of Entrepreneurial Ventures: Evidence from the Small Business Innovation Program
Donald Siegel, Dean and Professor, School of Business, University of Albany
Date: May 9, 2009

The Fragile Foundations of Regional Scientific Advantage? Assessing the Impact of US Stem Cell Policy on the Geography of Scientific Discovery
Jeffrey Furman, Assistant Professor, Boston University
Date: May 1, 2009

MNC Headquarters Initiative Rejections by Foreign Subsidiaries
Andreas Schotter, Ph.D. Candidate, Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario
Date: April 24, 2009

Towards a Value Driven Internationalization Theory – The IKEA Case
Anna Jonsson, Researcher, Lund University, Sweden
Date: April 14, 2009

The Influence of TRIPS on Global Trade in Pharmaceuticals, 1993-2006
Mercedes Delgado, Assistant Professor of Strategic Management, Temple University
Date: March 27, 2009

Value Creation & Destruction Through External Search: A Study of the US Medical Devices Industry
Anuja Gupta, Ph.D. Candidate, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Date: March 20, 2009

Who Hooks Up with Whom? Initial Selection of International Partners in an Emerging Market
David L. Deeds, St. Thomas University
Date: March 19, 2009

A Contingency Perspective on Global vs. Regional MNEs
Christian Asmussen, Assistant Professor, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Date: March 18, 2009

Riding the Waves: Cross-border Acquisitions as a Quest for New Capabilities
Protiti Dastidar, Assistant Professor of International Business, George Washington University
Date: March 17, 2009

Fear of Reporting Bad News: Why Risk and Loss Aversion Can Tempt Top Executives to Create Information Asymmetry
Subrata Chakrabarty, Ph.D. Candidate, Mays School of Business, Texas A&M University
Date: February 25, 2009

The Dark Side of Competitor Profiling: Opportunistic Behavior and Collusive Activity
David Reeb, Professor of Finance & Professor of Accounting, Temple University
Date: February 27, 2009

“Big” No more: How Detroit Lost its Dominance of the U.S. Light Vehicle Market
Thomas Klier, Senior Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Date: February 20, 2009

Public Information, Market Assessment Costs and the Location of Foreign Direct Investment
Laurel Adams, Visiting Assistant Professor, Northern Illinois University
Date: February 13, 2009

To What Extent Do Outsourcing Decisions Go Beyond Cost Savings? A Choice Experimental Approach
Tim Devinney, AGSM Professorial Research Fellow, Australian School of Business, University of New South Wales
Date: February 12, 2009

Authentic Leadership amidst Crooks and Thieves: The Longitudinal Impact of Authenticity on Trust and Corruption
Craig Crossley, Research Associate, University of Nebraska and Consultant, Schwan Foods
Date: February 6, 2009

Selection Processes: Firms versus Capabilities
Annetta Fortune, Assistant Professor of Management, Drexel University
Date: January 16, 2009

Technology Management in MNCs – the Role of Advanced Foreign Subsidiaries
Katarina Blomkvist, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University, Sweden
Date: October 21, 2008

The Role of Narratives in Sustaining Organizational Innovation
Raghu Garud, Alvin H. Clemens Professor of Management & Organization, Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University
Date: September 25, 2008

Sony and Samsung Electronics: The Story of Asian Giants’ Responses to the Digital Revolution, Globalization and Management Succession
Sea Jin Chang, Kumho Asiana Group Endowed Chair Professor of Strategy & International Business, Korea University and Visiting Professor, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Date: April 30, 2008

The Influence of Offshore Outsourcing of New Product Development on Market Value: Transaction Cost Explanations
David Griffith, Associate Professor of International Business, Michigan State University
Date: March 28, 2008

Tangible Governance: On Firm Activity and Relationship Coordination, Information Technologies, and Physical Proximity as an Organizing Mechanism
Linda Cohen, Ph.D. Candidate, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Date: March 21, 2008

Strategic Venturing in the Global Medical Device Industry: Corporate Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Clinician-Researchers
Sheryl Winston-Smith, Senior Lecturer in Finance & Strategy, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
Date: March 17, 2008

Convergence, Clusters and Economic Performance
Mercedes Delgado, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Harvard Business School
Date: February 29, 2008

Your undivided attention please: How Third-Party Entities Compromise the Survival of Associating Organizations
Benjamin M. Cole, Visiting Assistant Professor, Stern School of Business, New York University
Date: February 25, 2008

Demand Competition and Investment Heterogeneity in Industries based on Systemic Technologies: Evidence from the US Long-Distance Telecommunications Services Industry, 1984-1996
Lalit Manral, Assistant Professor of Management, Long Island University
Date: February 22, 2008

Firm Heterogeneity and Technology Seeking Strategies
Roger Smeets, Nijmegen School of Management, The Netherlands
Date: February 15, 2008

Business Group Affiliation and Internationalization of Emerging Market Firms
Sumit Kundu, Knight Ridder Research Professor of International Business, Florida International University
Date: February 7, 2008

Synergies from Integration in Transition Economies: Does Industry Matter?
Lyubov Bogun, Associate Professor, Odessa Institute of Entrepreneurship & Law and Fulbright Visiting Scholar, Fox School of Business
Date: February 1, 2008

Puttin’ on the Ritz: Pre-IPO Enlistment of Prestigious Affiliates as Deadline-Induced Remediation
Guoli Chen, Ph.D. Candidate, Pennsylvania State University
Date: November 29, 2007

Aspiration, Activation, and Innovation: The Role of Feedback, Big Pictures, and Big Bets in the Commercialization of New Technologies in the Global Mobile Device Industry
John Joseph, Ph.D. Candidate, Northwestern University
Date: November 19, 2007

Clicks, Discontinuities, and Firm Demand Online
Michael Baye, Bert Elwert Professor of Business Economics & Public Policy, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University and Director of Economics, Federal Trade Commission
Date: November 1, 2007

From Founders to Firms: An Examination of the Retention of Founder-CEO Social Capital
Bret Fund, Ph.D. Candidate, Pennsylvania State University
Date: October 24, 2007

Reputation for Cooperation: Contingent Benefits in Alliance Activity
Richard Arend, Associate Professor of Management, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Date: October 12, 2007

Internationalization, Search, and Change: An Organizational Learning Model of Strategic Change in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Toyah Miller, Ph.D. Candidate, Texas A&M University
Date: October 8, 2007

The Tortoise and the Hare: The Moderating Effect of Technological Know-how on Market Pioneering’s Relationship with Firm Survival
M.B. Sarkar, Associate Professor of Management, University of Central Florida
Date: September 21, 2007

E Pluribus Unum: Domain Framing, Candidate Matching and Organizational Form Emergence in U.S. Television Broadcasting, 1940-1960
Fabrizio Perretti, Associate Professor of Management, Bocconi University, Italy and Visiting Scholar, MIT-Sloan School of Management
Date: April 20, 2007

Incumbent Stratification, Interfirm Mobility and Business Growth
Gordon Walker, Professor and Chair of the Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University
Date: April 6, 2007

Companies as Targets of Criminal Investigations
Philippe Very, Professor of Strategy, Department of Management and Strategy, EDHEC Business School, Nice, France
Date: March 23, 2007

Using the Digital Archives of the Birth of the Dot Com Era to Study if Business Plans Predict Venture Funding
David Kirsch, Assistant Professor of Management, University of Maryland, College Park
Date: March 19, 2007

The Politics of Industry Upgrading and Recombination: The Quiet Revolution in Argentine Wine with the New Institutions of Development
Gerald McDermott, Assistant Professor of Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Date: February 9, 2007

How National Institutions Influence Firms’ Knowledge Building Alliance Strategies
Gurneeta Vasudeva, Assistant Professor of Management, Indian School of Business and Visiting Scholar, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Date: January 30, 2007

Brownbag Lunch Series – Overview of current research
Arun Kumaraswamy, Assistant Professor of Management, Fox School of Business, Temple University
Date: November 27, 2006

Brownbag Lunch Series – Overview of current research
Patrick Maggitti, Assistant Professor of Management, Fox School of Business, Temple University
Date: November 13, 2006

Toward a Creation Theory of Entrepreneurship
Sharon Alvarez, Assistant Professor of Management, Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University
Date: September 22, 2006

Learning to Govern: Venture Capital firms and the Replacement of Founder-CEOs
Tim Pollock, Associate Professor of Management, Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University
Date: September 8, 2006

The Red Queen effect: Competitive Action and Performance
Patrick G. Maggitti, Assistant Professor of Management, St. Joseph’s University and Doctoral Candidate in Strategy, University of Maryland, College Park
Date: March 10, 2006

A Neurocognitive Perspective on Strategic Thinking and Analysis
Harold Klein, Associate Professor of Management, Fox School of Business & Management, Temple University
Date: February 24, 2006

Vicious and Virtuous Circles in the Management of Knowledge
Arun Kumaraswamy, Visiting Associate Professor of Management, Singapore Management University
Date: February 17, 2006

Balancing Subsidiary Influence in the Federative MNC – A Business Network View
Ulf Andersson, Professor of International Business, Uppsala University, Sweden
Date: November 21, 2005
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies and Temple CIBER)

Does Geography Matter for Science-based Firms? Epistemic Communities and the Geography of Research and Patenting in Biotechnology
Michelle Gittelman, Assistant Professor of Management, Stern School of Business, New York University
Date: October 27, 2005
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies and Temple CIBER)

Venture Capital Firms’ Diversification into New Geographic Markets: An Integration of Institutional and Social Network Perspectives
Jane Lu, Associate Professor of Management, Singapore Management University
Date: October 7, 2005
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies and Temple CIBER)

Repeated Interactions and Contract Structure: Evidence from Technology Development Contracts
Rachelle Sampson, Assistant Professor of Management, University of Maryland, College Park
Date: October 6, 2005
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies and Temple CIBER)

Corruption, Responsibility, and Management in the Global Business Environment
Jonathan Doh, Assistant Professor of Management, College of Commerce and Finance, Villanova University
Date: September 23, 2005
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies and Temple CIBER)

Embedding Capabilities: A Social Constructionist Perspective
V.K. Narayanan, Stubbs Professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship, LeBow College of Business, Drexel University
Date: September 9, 2005

Are Resource-based Advantages Country Specific?
Keith Brouthers, Associate Professor of Management, Fox School of Business & Management, Temple University
Date: April 15, 2005
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies and Temple CIBER)

Sequential Divestiture through Initial Public Offerings
Jeffrey J. Reuer, Associate Professor of Management, Kenan-Flagler Business School, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Date: February 11, 2005
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies and Temple CIBER)

What Determines Knowledge Sourcing from Host Locations of Overseas R&D Operations? A Study of the Global R&D Activities of Japanese Multinationals
Kazuhiro Asakawa, Professor of Management, Keio University, Japan and Visiting Scholar, MIT-Sloan School of Management
Date: January 21, 2005
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies and Temple CIBER)

Leveraging Knowledge Across Geographic Boundaries
Stephen Tallman, David Eccles Professor and Chair of the Management & Marketing Department, David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah
Date: November 12, 2004

Entrepreneurial Culture, Regional Innovativeness and Economic Growth
Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, Assistant Professor of Management, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Date: November 5, 2004
(Co-sponsored by the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute)

Independent or Indifferent: Predicting Board Behavior when the Spotlight Falls on Them
Sayan Chatterjee, Professor of Strategy, Case Western Reserve University
Date: September 23, 2004

Large Corporate Sector Stability and Economic Growth
Bernard Yeung, Abraham Krasnoff Professor of International Business and Professor of Economics, Stern School of Business, New York University
Date: September 10, 2004

Putting Knowledge Search Strategies in Context: A Study of Geography and Research Productivity
Joseph E. Coombs, Assistant Professor of Management, University of Richmond
Date: April 21, 2004
(Co-sponsored by the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute)

The Integration of Globally Dispersed Knowledge: R&D Co-practice and “Reverse” Knowledge Flows in Multinational Firms
Tony S. Frost, Associate Professor and D.G. Burgoyne Faculty Fellow, Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, Canada
Date: April 16, 2004
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies and Temple CIBER)

Diversification Strategies, Host Country Institutions, and Foreign Subsidiary Performance
Andrew Delios, Chair, Department of Management, National University of Singapore and Editor-in-Chief, Asia Pacific Journal of Management
Date: February 13, 2004
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies and Temple CIBER)

CEOs who have COOs: A Contingency Analysis of an Unexplored Structural Form
Albert Cannella, B.Marie Oth Professor of Management, Texas A&M University
Date: November 10, 2003

Evidence of Jointness in the Terms of Relationship Lending
Darius Palia, Associate Professor of Finance, Rutgers University Business School
Date: October 27, 2003

FDI and Local Capabilities in Peripheral Regions – The Etna Valley Case
Grazia Santangelo, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Catania, Italy
Date: September 23, 2003
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies and Temple CIBER)

Replicating Knowledge by Principles
Charles Baden-Fuller, Visiting Professor, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and Professor of Strategy, City University Business School, London, The U.K.
Date: April 4, 2003

Agglomeration in the Technological Activities of MNCs in Europe: The Role of Spillovers and other Territorial Externalities
John A. Cantwell, Professor of Economics, University of Reading Business School, The U.K.
Date: March 30, 2001
(Co-sponsored by the Institute of Global Management Studies)