Organizations, Strategy and International Management Seminars

Date Guest Lecturer Presentation Title
9/14/18 Dr. Markus Baer
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior
Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis
“A recipe for success? Critical acclaim and the one-hit-wonder effect — evidence from the UK cookbook market”
4/20/18 Anu Phene
Professor of International Business, Phillip Grub Distinguished Scholar Chair of the International Business Department
The George Washington University
“Signaling Value by Cross-listing: An Evaluation of Foreign Acquisitions by Emerging Economy Firms.”
4/6/18 Jun Xia and Cuili Qian
Associate Professors
The University of Texas at Dallas
“Why Do Multi-national Firms Use Financial Advisors in Cross-border Acquisitions? A Power Balance Approach.”
3/23/18 Richard Priem
Professor of Management
Neely School of Business, Texas Christian University
“The Effects of Consumer Response on Inter-Firm Competitive Dynamics.”
2/23/18 Anthony Nyberg
Professor, Academic Director, Master of Human Resources
Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina
“Lessons from the Board Room: Inductive Theory Building about CEO Succession.”
2/9/18 Shaker Zahra
Department Chair, Robert E. Buuck Chair of Entrepreneurship, Professor of Strategy & Academic Director of the Gary S. Holmes Center for Entrepreneurship Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship Department
Carlton School of Management, University of Minnesota
“Industry Knowledge, Prior Industry Experience and New Venture Survival.”
Date Guest Lecturer
9/29/17 Dr. Jean Boddewyn, Emeritis Professor of International Business
Baruch College, City University of New York
“Reciprocity in International Market Entry.”
4/21/17 Sheila Puffer, University Distinguished Professor, Northeastern University
1/6/17 Sora Jun, Graduate School of Business at Stanford University
Date Guest Lecturer
12/9/16 Jia Yu, University of Iowa
12/2/16 Junfeng Wu, University of Illinois at Chicago
11/29/16 Cuili Qian, City University of Hong Kong
11/11/16 Riki Takeuchi, Hong Kong University
4/22/16 Sheen Levine, University of Texas at Dallas,
Talk: “How Cognitive Skills Affect Competitive Performance – Some Experimental Evidence”
4/22/16 Charlotte Raypens, University of Texas at Dallas,
Talk: “Should I Stay or Should I Go? The Cognition of Exploration and Exploitation”
4/15/16 Professor Hart Posen,
Associate Professor | Management & Human Resources,
Wisconsin School of Business
4/1/16 Professor Wesley David Sine,
Cornell University,
Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management
3/4/16 Professor Michael Hitt,
TCU, Distinguished Research Fellow,
Neeley School of Business
2/19/16 Raymond Friedman,
Brownlee O. Currey Professor of Management,
Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management
Date Guest Lecturer Presentation Title
10/23/15 William Ocasio,
Professor of Management and Organization,
Kellogg School of Northwest
“The Generativity of Institutional Logics”
10/9/15 Brian Scott Silverman,
J.R.S. Prichard and Ann Wilson Chair in Management, and Professor of Strategic Management,
University of Toronto
“The “Routinely” High Quality of Piece-Rate Compensation”
5/19/15 Michael Young, Associate Professor and Head Department of Management, School of Business Hong Kong Baptist University “Internal Market Failure in Emerging Economy Firms”
5/1/15 Christopher Ian Rider, Assistant Professor of Strategy, McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University “Still the Same: The New Venture Diversity Imperative and Workforce Segregation”
4/9/15 Hillary Anger Elfenbein, Professor of Organizational Behavior, Washington University in St. Louis, Olin School of Business “Individual Differences in Negotiation: A Nearly Abandoned Pursuit Revived”
1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
JSOM 2.902
Michael Howard ,
Assistant Professor of Management,
Mays Business School, Texas A & M University
“Knowledge Dependence and the Formation of Director Interlocks”
Date Guest Lecturer Presentation Title
1:15 – 2:30 P.M.
JSOM 2.717
Canan Mutlu (website), OSIM Ph.D. candidate, Naveen Jindal School of Management, The University of Texas at Dallas “Agency Theory and Corporate Governance in China”
1:00 – 2:30 P.M.
JSOM 2.717
Dr. Gerry McNamara (website), Professor, Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University “Motivated to Acquire? The Impact of CEO Regulatory Focus on Firm Acquisitions”
1:00 – 2:30 PM
JSOM 2.717
Dr. Parthiban David, Professor, Kogod School of Business, American University “The Role of Corporate Governance in Attenuating the Risk-Return Paradox “
5/16/14 Professor Marc Van Essen, University of South Carolina
1:30 – 3:00 PM
JSOM 2.714
Dr. Bo Kyung Kim, Southern Methodist University “Incumbents’ Overlooked Role in Discontinuous Technological Change in the US Newspaper Industry.”
9:30 – 11 a.m.
JSOM 1.502
Dr. Sheen S. Levine, Columbia University “Open Collaboration for Innovation: Principles and Performance”
3/3/14 Igor Filatotchev, Sir John Cass Business
1:30 – 3:00 PM
JSOM 2.714
Dr. Urmat Tynaliev, International Ataturk Alatoo University “Is Entrepreneurship a Necessity or an Opportunity in the Kyrgyz Republic? Panel Data Analysis using STATA”
2/21/14 Professor Eric Tsang “Why should business researchers study logic (and philosophy)?”
Date Guest Lecturer Presentation Title
11/15/13 Professor Mark Kriger “Strategy Process for Turbulent Times: The Art and Science of the Impossible”
5/3/13 “What Are The Effects of FDI Co-location? An Industry-related Perspective”
3/25/13 Dr. Sang Kyun Kim, University of Southern Indiana “Search Behavior of the Diversified Firm: The Impact of Fit on Innovation”
3/22/13 Dr. Jun Xia, West Virginia University “Resource Dependence and Multimarket Contact: The Geographic Market Entry of Multiunit Firms”
3/21/13 Dr. Emily Choi, University of Texas at Dallas “The Impact of Market Identity and ExplorationAlliances on the Timing of Start-up Software Firms’ IPO”
3/18/13 Virginie Lopez-Kidwell, University of Kentucky. “The Heart of Social Networks: The Ripple Effect of Emotional Abilities in Relational Well-being”
3/1/13 Dr. Patrick F. McKay, Rutgers University “Making a Lasting Impression: The Influence of Newcomer Race-Ethnicity on Leader-Member
Exchange Formation and Job Performance.”
2/15/13 Dr. David Zoogah, Morgan State University “Institutions, resources and organizational effectiveness in Africa”
2/8/13 Dr. Yitzhak Fried, Syracuse University “Human resource management practices and organizational innovation: The moderating role national culture”
1/11/13 Dr. Mark Martinko, Florida State University “Attribution Theory in the Organizational Sciences”
Date Guest Lecturer Presentation Title
11/9/12 Gerard McNamara, Michigan State University “Do they walk the talk or just talk the talk? Gauging acquiring CEO and director confidence in the value-creation potential of announced acquisitions”
9/28/12 Marc VanEssen, University of South Carolina “An Institution-Based view of Ownership in Europe: A Theory-Building Meta-Analysis”
9/14/12 K. Michele (Micki) Kacmar, University of Alabama “Political Skill” The Art of Nicely Getting Your Way”
Date Guest Lecturer Presentation Title
5/4/11 Gerard McNamara, Michigan State University “Do they walk the walk or only talk the talk? Examining post-acquisition changes to CEO’s equity-based holdings”
2/17/11 Rajendra Sisodia, Bentley University “Conscious Capitalism”
Date Guest Lecturer Presentation Title
12/9/10 Flannery G. Garnett, University of Michigan Community Matters: Uncovering the Societal Mechanisms Undergirding Workplace Discrimination and Inequality
12/6/10 Emily Choi, University of California New Firm Categorization and Technological Diversity in Alliance Networks
11/22/10 Dong Liu, University of Washington Exploring the Effects of Cultural and Entrepreneurial Shocks on New Venture Growth: A Longitudinal, Cross–cultural, Multilevel Investigation
11/12/10 Jenna R. Pieper, University of Wisconsin–Madison Consider the Source: A Study of Referrer Characteristics in the Referral Hiring Phenomenon
11/11/10 Natalia M. Lorinkova, University of Maryland Because I Said So: Or Examining the Differential Longitudinal Effects of Directive Versus Empowering Leadership in Teams