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Mallon publishes research on multinational enterprises in International Business Review

Mark Mallon, assistant professor of strategic management, researched the in-crisis performance of multinational enterprises in relation to pre-crisis development of asset management capabilities.

Management professor Mark Mallon’s research on the performance of multinational enterprises before and during crises was recently published in International Business Review.

Management professor Mark Mallon recently published his research on multinational enterprises.

The paper, “MNE performance during a crisis: An evolutionary perspective on the role of dynamic managerial capabilities and industry context,” was co-authored by Stav Fainshmidt, assistant professor of management at Florida International University, Anil Nair, professor and chair of management at Old Dominion University, and Mallon.

The authors researched a sample of 854 large multinational enterprises in the context of the global financial crisis of 2008. They proposed that multinational enterprises in-crisis performance is associated with the pre-crisis development of asset management capabilities, or the capacity of managers to orchestrate assets so as to extract more value from the firm’s resource pool.

The paper was published in Volume 26, Issue 6 of the journal.

Mallon’s research interests include international strategy, emerging markets and strategic entrepreneurship. His work has appeared in such journals as International Business Review, Journal of International Management, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, and Management Research. He received a "Best Paper" award at the 2016 Academy of Management Annual Meeting for research relating to new venture performance, and was a recipient of a Fulbright award to teach in Germany from 2009 to 2010.

International Business Review provides a forum for academics and professionals to share the latest developments and advances in knowledge and practice of international business. It aims to foster the exchange of ideas on a range of important international subjects and to provide stimulus for research and the further development of international perspectives.

Caroline Perry ,
2/14/2018 1:35 PM