Faculty Expertise

 

 

Management, International Business & Entrepreneurship Faculty

The faculty members are actively engaged in ongoing research and have published in a number of leading academic journals. Faculty is particularly interested in researching a number areas within business, including human resource management and development, leadership and influence tactics, mentoring, performance appraisal systems, small business and entrepreneurship, venture capital financing, the impact of culture on management, international decision-making, international acquisition performance, cross-cultural studies, expatriate staffing and selection, business and leadership ethics, organizational adaptation, competitive behavior and strategy, diversification and performance, and business and public policy.

Their primary research interests (by methodlogy) are classified as follows:

 

Primary Research Interest

Archival Methods

Survey / Qualitative Methods

Entrepreneurship

Gary Castrogiovanni (Texas Tech)
Roland Kidwell (LSU)
Chandra Mishra (UT - Dallas) 
Donald Neubaum

 
Health Administration

Pierre Alexandre (Harvard)
Patrick Bernet (Temple)
Scott Feyereisen (Arizona)
Gulcin Gumus (Cornell)
Dennis Palkon

Beth Goodrick (Illinois)
International Business  Rajeev Sawant (Tufts) Tomasz Lenartowicz (South Carolina) Rajeev Sawant (Tufts) 

Ciprian Stan (UT- Dallas)
Len Trevino (Indiana)

Organizational Behavior / Human Resources  

Stephanie Castro (Miami)
Donna Cooke (Miami)
Michael Harari (Florida International)
Ethlyn William (MIami)

Strategic Management

Andac Arikan (NYU)
Wan-Ting Chiu (INSEAD)
Kimberly Ellis (FSU) 
Mingxiang Li (Wisconsin)

 
     



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