Ph.D. - Business
Stanford University - 1986
M.B.A. Program and Ph.D. Program - School of Business Administration
University of California at Berkeley - 1977
Ph.D. Program - Department of Mathematics
University of California at Berkeley - 1971
Ph.D. Program - Department of Physics
University of Texas at Austin - 1969
B.S. with high honors - Mathematics
University of Oklahoma - 1969
B.S. - Physics
University of Oklahoma - 1969
Research on organizational culture, corporate governance and control, top management behavior, competitive strategy, and computer simulation of organizational processes.
Teach organization theory and strategy.
Come Together? The Organizational Dynamics of Post-Merger Cultural Integration. With G. Carroll. Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory. 10.5-7 (2002): 349-368. 2002 - Publication
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology [2005–2005]
Stanford University [2002–2003]
Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies [2001–2001]
University of Amsterdam [1999–1999]
University of California at Berkeley [1999–1999]
Northwestern University [1998–1998]
St. Petersburg Technical
University, St. Petersburg, Russia [1995–1995]
Associate Professor of Management
University of Texas at Dallas [1991–Present]
Assistant Professor of Management
University of Texas at Dallas [1985–1991]
University of Arizona [1983–1985]
INVITED RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS
2018–2018 European University Institute (Florence)
University of Alberta (Edmonton)
Jiao Tong University (Shanghai)
University of California at Berkeley
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Long Beach State University
St. Petersburg Technical University
St. Petersburg University
Stockholm School of Economics
Tsinghua University (Beijing)
University of California at Irvine University o f Chicago University o f Illinois at Champaign-Urbana University o f Michigan
University of Texas at Austin
Kathryn Kiefer Eggleston. 1993. Performance and Survival in the Hospital Industry: Organizational Response to PPS.
James Edward Lunney III. 1997. Corporate Director Turnover in Large Corporations.
John Timothy Goines. 1998. Institutional Constraints and Opportunities: An Examination ofDomestic and Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions of Large Manufacturing Firms inEurope (1985-1994).
Marilyn Rose Kaplan. 1998. Interorganizational Cooperation: A Multitheoretical Perspective on Joint Ventures.
Michael E. Dobbs. 1999. The Organization of Professional Sports Leagues: Mortality and Founding Rates, 1871-1997.
Lei Li. 2003. Internationalization Dynamics of U.S Firms: Efficiency and Performance (Co-Chaired with Alan Rugman).
M. Alix Valenti. 2003. Determinants of Corporate Director Appointments: A Multi Model Approach.
Nancy Kucinski. 2004. Interests, Institutions, and Friends ofthe Court: An Analysis of Organizational Factors Related to Amicus Curiae Participation.
Xia Zhao. 2006. The Voluntary Adoption of Corporate Governance Reforms in the Post-Enron Era.
Maria Hasenhuttl. Causes and Consequences of Changes in the Compensation Committee of the Corporate Board of Directors. In progress.
HONORS AND AWARDS
International Academy of Sciences for Higher Education (elected 1995)
Foreign Academician, st. Petersburg (Russia) Academy of Engineering (elected 1993)
Halliburton Teaching Excellence Award, UTD School of Management (1990)
Phi Beta Kappa
Academy of Management
Strategic Management Society
European Group for Organisational Studies
European Association for Decision Making
On a recent Tuesday evening, students in a new course, “The Craft Brewing Industry in Texas,” studiously watched a TV ad that mocked the very subject they were learning about.
“Let them sip their Pumpkin Peach Ale,” said the Budweiser ad. “Our beer is brewed for drinking, not dissecting.”
Bud might still be the “king of beers,” but the craft brewing revolution is challenging that throne, contributing $4.9 billion to the Texas economy alone last year, according to Dr. Richard Harrison
, an associate professor in the Naveen Jindal School of Management
who created the class.
Cultural Transmission in an Organizational Setting: Exploring the Empirical Implications of a Formal Model
$15,988 - Citigroup Behavioral Sciences Research Council [1999–2001]
Russian-American Graduate School of Management
$293,536 - United States Information Agency [1994–1996]