Faculty Members, Research Culture & Doctoral Students
Management & Strategy Doctoral Faculty
Our faculty have earned their Ph.D.s. from top programs and publish in top-tier journals and university presses. They are active in the discipline, serving on the editorial boards of several top-tier journals and as chairs of major conferences. Our faculty members also have an established record of securing external research grants. These faculty members work closely with doctoral students to help them develop strong research agendas.
Our core doctoral faculty members are listed below. (For more information, please click on their names.)
Herman Aguinis, Ph.D., University at Albany, State University of New York
Areas of Expertise: Human capital acquisition, development, and deployment, and research methods and analysis.
James Bailey, Ph.D., Washington University.
Areas of Expertise: Leadership, change management, executive development, motivation, competencies, performance management, and education & pedagogy.
Howard Beales, Ph.D. Economics, University of Chicago.
Areas of Expertise: Regulatory policy, law and economics, consumer protection, privacy.
Andrew Cohen, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania.
Areas of Expertise: Leadership, leadership successions, social networks, identity, and teams.
Gaston de los Reyes, Jr., Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania.
Areas of Expertise: Business ethics, corporate responsibility & strategy, transactional and corporate governance, business law.
Ernie Englander, Ph.D., University of Washington.
Areas of Expertise: History and politics of corporate governance, U.S. business and public policy, U.S. business history, institutional theory, history of economic thought.
Jennifer J. Griffin, D.B.A. Strategy & Policy, Boston University.
Areas of Expertise: Social impact, stakeholder theory, corporate social responsibility, strategy, business and public policy.
Donald Hawkins, Ed.D., New York University.
Areas of Expertise: Strategic planning and policy development, human capital development, education and training, resource conservation and environmental education, business merger and acquisition facilitation, and geotourism.
Sharon Hill, Ph.D., University of Maryland.
Areas of Expertise: Virtual teams, distributed and technology-enabled work arrangements, organizational change.
Christopher Kayes, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University.
Areas of Expertise: Learning, teams and groups, leadership, organizational change.
Eun-Hee Kim, Ph.D., Ross School of Business, University of Michigan.
Areas of Expertise: Corporate governance (symbolic management), information disclosure strategy, business and government, energy and sustainability, green technology and innovation.
Kirsten Martin, Ph.D., University of Virginia.
Areas of Expertise: Business ethics, online privacy, ethics of technology and big data, corporate responsibility, stakeholder theory.
Lynn Offermann, Ph.D., Syracuse University.
Areas of Expertise: leadership and followership, diversity, and teams.
Margaret Ormiston, Ph.D ., University of California, Los Angeles
Areas of Expertise: Leadership within both top management teams, small groups in organizations and factors that make them successful
Sanjay Patnaik, D.B.A. Strategy, Harvard University.
Areas of Expertise: Non-market strategy, global strategy, climate change, environmental regulation, international political economy, carbon markets.
Vanessa Perry, Ph.D., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Areas of Expertise: Business and public policy, consumer behavior, behavioral economics, housing, consumer finance, social impact.
Jorge Rivera, Ph.D., Duke University.
Areas of Expertise: Environmental management and policy, business and public policy, business non-market strategies.
George Solomon, D.B.A., George Washington University.
Areas of Expertise: Entrepreneurship education, pedagogical issues in entrepreneurship education, human resource issues in small businesses, entrepreneurial leadership, opportunity recognition.
Jorge Walter, D.B.A., University of St. Gallen.
Areas of Expertise: Strategy processes, strategic decision making, knowledge/technology transfer, social networks, and social capital.
Liang (Larry) Yu, Ph.D., University of Oregon.
Areas of Expertise: Knowledge management, management innovation and hospitality management.
Research Workshops & Conferences
The Management and Strategy Doctoral Program (MSDP) provides a strong research climate for doctoral students as evidenced by our research seminar series that attracts speakers from institutions such as Columbia University, Notre Dame University, Stanford University, The University of Pennsylvania, and University of Maryland.
The goals of the research seminars are to expose students to a broader range of research ideas and provide access to top management and strategy researchers. Doctoral students are expected to attend all research seminars from both the Strategy and Management departments.
Current Doctoral Students
For detail on all doctoral students in the school of business, please click here.
Past Doctoral Students
The goal of the Management and Strategy Doctoral Program (MSDP) is to develop students with strong academic research capabilities who can obtain research-oriented faculty positions. The MSDP departments have a history of placing doctoral candidates in academic institutions (81% in tenure-track faculty positions), and aims to place doctoral candidates in Top 100 schools of business.
Past placements for management students include:
- California State University – Fullerton
- California State University – Los Angeles
- Oakland University
- Penn State University – Harrisburg
- Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH – Zurich)
- Towson University
- University of Bath, UK
- US. Military Academy, West Point
- West Virginia State University
Past placements for strategy students include:
- American University
- Loyola University (Chicago)
- Loyola University (Maryland)
- Portland State University
- University of California – San Francisco
- University of Minnesota
- University of Washington – Takoma
- Villanova University