Jonathan Doh

Jonathan Doh

Associate Dean of Research and Global Engagement

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Associate Dean of Research and Global Engagement

Herbert G. Rammrath Endowed Chair in International Business

Co-Faculty Director, The Elenore and Robert F. Moran Sr. Center for Global Leadership

General Editor, Journal of Management Studies

 

Bartley Hall Rm 2079
Management
800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, PA 19085

Email: jonathan.doh@villanova.edu
Phone: (610) 519-7798

Education:

PhD, George Washington University, 2001

Publications

  • With M. Hadani and M. Schneider. Corporate Political Activity and Regulatory Capture: How Some Companies Blunt the Knife of Socially-Oriented Investor Activism. Journal of Management, 44 (5): 2064-2093, 2018.
  • With P. Tashman and M. Benischke. Adapting to Grand Environmental Challenges through Collective Entrepreneurship. Academy of Management Perspectives, 44 (3) https://doi.org/10.5465/amp.2017.0056.
  • With E. Moore, and L. Dau. Does Monetary Aid Catalyze New Business Creation? Analyzing the Impact of Global Aid Flows on Formal and Informal Entrepreneurship. Journal of Management Studies.
  • With P. Buckley and M. Benischke, Towards a Renaissance in International Business Research? Big Questions, Grand Challenges, and the Future of IB Scholarship. Journal of International Business Studies, 48 (9), 2017.
  • With S.H. Ang and M. Benischke, The Interaction of Institutions on Foreign Market Entry Mode, Strategic Management Journal, 36 (1), 1536-1553. 2015.
  • With M. Yaziji, The Role of Ideological Radicalism and Resource Homogeneity in Social Movement Organization Campaigns against Corporations. Organization Studies, 34, 755-778, 2013.
  • With T. Lawton and T. Rajwani, Advancing Nonmarket Strategy Research: Institutional Perspectives in a Changing World. Academy of Management Perspectives, 26(3), 2012.
  • With S. Howton, S.W. Howton, D.S. Siegel. Does the Market Respond to an Endorsement of Social Responsibility? The Role of Information, Institutions, and Legitimacy. Journal of Management, 36 (6), 1461-1485, 2010.
  • With N. Dahan, J. Oetzel, J., M. Yaziji, Corporate-NGO Collaboration: Creating New Business Models for Developing Markets. Long Range Planning, 43 (2), 2010.
  • With S.A. Stumpf, W. Tymon. Capitalizing on Human Resource Management in India: The Link Between HR Practices and Employee Performance. Human Resource Management, 49 (3), 2010.
  • With N. Dahan, H. Teegen. Role of Nongovernmental Organizations in the Business/Government/Society Interface: Special Issue Overview and Introductory Essay. Business & Society, 35 (1), 2010.
  • With W. Tymon, S.A. Stumpf, Exploring Talent Management in India: The Neglected Role of Intrinsic Rewards. Journal of World Business, 45 (2), 2010.
  • With M. Yaziji, NGOs and Corporations: Conflict and Collaboration, Cambridge University Press, 2009.
  • With A. Rugman, Multinationals and Development, Yale University Press, 2008.
  • With F. Luthans, International Management: Culture, Strategy and Behavior, 7th ed., McGraw-Hill/Irwin 2009; 8th ed., 2012.
  • With S. Vachani, H. Teegen, NGOs¿ Influence on MNEs¿ Social Development Strategies in Varying Institutional Contexts: A Transaction Cost Perspective, International Business Review, 18 (5), 2009.
  • With K. Bunyaratavej, E.D. Hahn, Separable But not Equal: The Location Determinants of Discrete Offshoring Activities, Journal of International Business Studies, 40 (6), 2009.
  • With Thomas Lawton and Tazeeb Rajwani, Aligning for Advantage: Competitive Strategy for the Political and Social and Arenas, Oxford University Press, 2014.
  • With E.D. Hahn, K. Bunyaratavej, The Evolution of Risk in IS Offshoring: The Impact of Home Country Risk, Firm Learning and Competitive Dynamics, MIS Quarterly, 33(3), 2009.
  • With J. Oetzel, Multinational Enterprise and Development: A Review and Reconceptualization, Journal of World Business, 44 (2), 2009.
  • With E.D. Hahn, Using Spatial Analysis in Strategy Research. Organizational Research Methods, 11 (4), 2008.
  • With K. Uhlenbruck, P. Rodriguez, L. Eden, The Impact of Corruption on Entry Strategy: Evidence from Telecommunications Projects in Emerging Economies, Organization Science, 17 (3), 2006.
  • With J.A. Pearce II, The High Impact of Collaborative Social Initiatives, Sloan Management Review, 46 (2), 2005.
  • Editor with S. Stumpf, Handbook on Responsible Leadership and Governance in Global Business, Edward Elgar, 2005.
  • With H. Teegen and R. Mudambi, Balancing Private and State Ownership in Emerging Markets Telecommunications.
  • Infrastructure: Country, Industry, and Firm Influences, Journal of International Business Studies, 35 (3), 2004.
  • With H. Teegen and S. Vachani, The Importance of Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) In Global Governance and Value Creation: An International Business Research, Journal of International Business Studies, 35(6), 2004.
  • With P. Rodriguez, K. Uhlenbruck, J. Collins, and L. Eden, Coping with Corruption in Foreign Markets, Academy of Management Executive, 17(3), 2003.
  • With P. Rodriguez, K. Uhlenbruck, J. Collins, and L. Eden, Coping with Corruption in Foreign Markets, Academy of Management Executive, 17(3), 2003.
  • Editor with H. Teegen, Globalization and NGOs: Transforming Business, Governments, and Society, Praeger Publishers, 2003.
  • With P. Rodriguez, K. Uhlenbruck, J. Collins, and L. Eden, Coping with Corruption in Foreign Markets, Academy of Management Executive, 17(3), 2003.
  • Editor with H. Teegen, Globalization and NGOs: Transforming Business, Governments, and Society, Praeger Publishers, 2003

Honors and Awards

Elected Fellow, Academy of International Business, 2015; Grand Prize, 2014 Dr. Alfred N. and Lynn Manos Page Prize for Sustainability Issues in Business Curricula; Richard Beckhard Prize for outstanding paper in Sloan Management Review; VSB Outstanding Scholar; Gold Medal Award, U.S. Department of Commerce

Specialties

Business Ethics; Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); Cross-cultural Management; Emerging Markets; Globalization; International Management; International Trade; Mexico; Multinational Strategy; Non-market Strategy; Nonprofits; North America; Strategic Alliances

Research

Multinational Strategy; Global Corporate Responsibility; Nongovernmental Organizations

Courses Taught

Business Policy and Strategy; European Business Management; Management in Emerging Economies; Global Corporate Responsibility; Global Sustainability Management; Global Practicum; Global Immersion; International Comparative Management; Global Pharmaceutical Industry; Global Strategy

Non-Academic Positions

Senior Associate, Center for Strategic & International Studies; Consulting Advisor to Deloitte & Touche Tohmatsu International, Global Energy Resources Group; Director, North American Free Trade (NAFTA) Affairs Division, U.S. Department Of Commerce

Additional Information

At VSB Since 2001

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