Research at Gustavson

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Gustavson is committed to research that makes a difference: for communities, organizations, people and academia.

Our research prioritizes asking fundamental questions, ones that have the potential to shift how we think of business and management. With a firm commitment to multidisciplinary research, we recognize that management problems rarely occur in isolation, and bring this collaborative perspective to bear on complex research topics.

Embedded within a young, energetic business school that values innovation, international learning, integrative approaches, and sustainability and social responsibility, our research program reflects this ethos through a collegial atmosphere and close-knit faculty.

Dunning Africa Fellow

Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi

Aloysius Newenham-Kahindi uses new fellowship to “shift the emphasis from what Africa possesses to people-centric issues.”
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The Power of Social Enterprises

Natalie Slawinski

Natalie Slawinski had been studying large corporations in the oil and gas sector and their response to climate change, but learning the story of Fogo Island put her on a different course. Read more

Rapid Response

Andrew Park

Andrew Park and his co-authors explore the traits that made AbCellera CEO Carl Hansen successful in the pharmaceutical industry and that allowed him to rapidly respond to COVID-19. Read more

Sustainable Global Supply Chains

Adel Guitouni

Adel Guitouni, alongside post-docs Cynthia Waltho and Mohammadreza Nematollahi, identify opportunities to improve global supply chains in crisis. Read more

 

Featured Publications

Interested in recent research at Gustavson? Here are just a few of our faculty's recently published papers.

Nachum, L., Stevens, C., Newenham-Kahindi, A., Lundan, S., Rose, E. & Wantchekon, L. (2022). Africa rising: Opportunities for advancing theory on people, institutions, and the nation state in international business. Journal of International Business Studies.
https://doi.org/10.1057/s41267-022-00581-z

Goerzen, A., Sartor, M., Brandl, K. & Fitzsimmons, S. (2022). Widening the lens: Multilevel drivers of firm corporate social performance. Journal of International Business Studies.
https://doi.org/10.1057/s41267-022-00575-x

Lyle, M. C. B., Walsh, I. J., & Coraiola, D. M. (2022). What is NORML? Sedimented Meanings in Ambiguous Organizational Identities. Organization Studies, 43(12), 1991–2012.
https://doi.org/10.1177/01708406211057725

Hua, W., Mitchell, R., Mitchell, B., Mitchell, JR, Israelsen, T. (2022). Momentum for Entrepreneurial internationalization: Friction at the interface between international and domestic institutions. Journal of Business Venturing. 37(6). 106260. 
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusvent.2022.106260 (Trevor Israelsen is a PhD student at the Gill Graduate School)

Suddaby, R. & Panwar, R. (2022). On the Complexity of Managing Transparency. California Management Review. 
https://doi.org/10.1177/000812562211287

Andrew, K., Majerbi, B. & Rhodes, K. (2022). Slouching or Speeding Toward Net Zero? Evidence from COVID-19 Energy-Related Stimulus Policies in the G20. Ecological Economics, 201, 107586.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolecon.2022.107586 (Kevin Andrew is a post-doctoral fellow at Gustavson)