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Carri Tolmie

Assistant Professor of International Business
Koury Business Center 307A
2075 Campus Box
Elon, NC 27244
ctolmie2@elon.edu (336) 278-5985

Brief Biography

Carri Tolmie earned her PhD from the John Cook School of Business at Saint Louis University. Her research focuses on corporate social responsibility and environmental sustainability, in particular how these concepts are influenced by culture, consumer perceptions and identification. Her research has appeared in the Journal of Global Information Management, in addition to presenting her work at numerous academic conferences around the world. At Elon, Dr. Tolmie teaches courses in international business management and business policy.

Education

Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), International Business and Marketing, 2013

University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Master (M.A.), International Business and Government, 2006

University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Marketing and Finance, 2001

 

Current Projects

Park, Yung-hwal, Carri R. Tolmie, Seung H. Kim and Hisako Matsuo. “Consumer-foreign company identification: The influence of corporate associations and consumer ethnocentrism,” STATUS: under review at Journal of Business Ethics.

Singh, Nitish, Carri R. Tolmie and Yung-hwal Park. “Green Firm Specific Advantages for Enhancing Environmental and Economic Performance,” STATUS: targeting Business Horizons.

Tolmie, Carri R., Hongxin “John” Zhao, Seung H. Kim and Mark J. Arnold. "Values and Governance and Policies, Oh My. An Institutional-Stakeholder Perspective on Corporate Social Responsibility," STATUS: targeting Journal of International Business Studies.

 

Publications

Niederman, Fred, Hadi Alhorr, Yung-hwal Park and Carri R. Tolmie (2012) “Global Information Management Research: What have we Learned in the Past Decade?” Journal of Global Information Management, 20(1), 18-56.

Presentations

Tolmie, Carri R. (2012) “Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility and the role of Psychic Distance,” Academy of International Business Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. (July).

Singh, Nitish, Carri R. Tolmie and Yung-hwal Park (2012) “Green Firm Specific Advantages for Enhancing Environmental and Economic Performance,” Academy of International Business Annual Conference,Washington, D.C. (July).

Tolmie, Carri R. and Mark J. Arnold (2012) “Will You Go Green? Prevention versus Promotion Focus and the Effect of Time,” American Marketing Association Summer Educator’s Conference, Chicago, IL   (August).

Tolmie, Carri R. and Nitish Singh (2011) “Reactivity vs. Proactivity: A Cooperative Environmental Strategy for Multinational Enterprises,” Academy of International Business Southeast USA Chapter Conference, Orlando, FL (October). Nominated for the Georgia Tech CIBER Best Conference Paper Award

Park, Yung-hwal, Carri R. Tolmie and Seung Kim (2011) “Corporate Associations and Consumer-Foreign  Company Identification: The Moderating effect of Consumer Ethnocentrism and Cosmopolitanism,” Academy of International Business Annual Conference, Nagoya, Japan (June).

Tolmie, Carri R. (2011) “How have the environmental regulations within NAFTA affected Mexico? An analysis of home versus host government regulations,” Academy of International Business Midwest USA Chapter Conference, Chicago, IL (March).

Tolmie, Carri R. and Brad D. Carlson (2011) “Mitigating the Influence of Negative Corporate Social Responsibility Associations: The Moderating Role of Consumer-Company Identification,” Marketing Management Association Spring Conference, Chicago, IL (March).

Tolmie, Carri R. (2010) “Corporate Social Responsibility in Japan: An analysis of the determinants for success,” Academy of International Business Annual Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (July).

 

Service Activities

Service to the Academic Community:

· AIB Placement Center Coordinator (2010-2011)

· AIB Midwest Session Discussant (2011)

· Reviewer for the following conferences:

  • Academy of International Business Annual Conference (2010-2012)
  • Academy of International Business Southeast Conference (2011, 2013)
  • American Marketing Association Summer Educator’s Conference (2012)

· Professional Associations

  • Academy of International Business
  • American Marketing Association
  • Academy of Management

Service to the University Community:

· Graduate Student Association Representative - Saint Louis University (2010).

· Corresponding Secretary, Business Administration College Council – University of Florida (2001)

Service to the Community at-Large:

· President, Association of Japanese Exchange & Teaching Program (2003-2004)