Andrew Karl
DELIOS, Andrew Karl Professor Department:  Strategy & Policy Office:  BIZ1 6-31 Contact:  (65) 6516-3094 Email: Curriculum Vitae

Andrew Delios is a Professor in the Department of Strategy & Policy, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore. He completed his PhD in 1998 at the Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario. He became a Fellow of the Academy of International Business in 2013. 

Andrew is an author or co-author of more than 80 published journ ...[More+]

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    • Survival And Performance Of Foreign Subsidiaries
    • Japanese Foreign Direct Investment
    • Japan
    • International Strategy
    • International
    • Foreign Entry Mode And Location Strategies
    • Foreign Direct Investment
    • Corporate Strategy
    • China
    • Asia
    • Journal Articles
      • Strategizing and Operating Through Our Values: JMS at 50, with Corbett, Andrew C. Joep Cornelissen and Bill Harley (2013), Journal of Management Studies , Forthcoming
      • Government regulation, Corruption and FDI, with Mudambi, Ram and Pietro Navarra (2013), Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 30(2), 487-511
      • Diversification and diffusion: A social networkds and institutional perspective, with Zhou, Nan (2012), Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 29(3), 773-798
      • A social networks and institutional perspective, with Zhou, Nan (2012), Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 29(3), 773-798
      • Processes and practices of strategising and organising: Review, development and the role of bridging and umbrella constructs, with Floyd, Steven W., Joep P. Cornelissen and Mike Wright (2011), Journal of Management Studies , Volume 48, Issue 5, 933–952
      • Experience and a firm's performance in foreign markets: A commentary essay, (2011), Journal of Business Research, 64, 227-229, DOI:10.1016/j.jbusres.2010.01.002, 2011
      • Investor response to environment risk in foreign direct investment, with Goerzen, Anthony and Stephen Sapp (2010), Management International Review , 50(6), 683-708
      • Organizational geography, experiential learning, and subsidiary exit: Japanese foreign expansions in China, 1979-2001, with Kim, Tai-Young and Dean Xu (2010), Journal of Economic Geography, 10(4), 579-597
      • Do shareholders or stakeholders appropriate the rents from corporate diversification? The influence of ownership structure, with David, Parthiban, Jon P. O'Brien and Toru Yoshikawa (2010), Academy of Management Journal, 53(3), 636-654
      • Great strides in management studies: Introducing a new series of reflections on classic JMS articles, with Cornelissen, Joep P. and Steven W. Floyd (2010), Journal of Management Studies , 47(3), 533-536, Editorial
      • China in 2010, with Xufei, Ma (2010), Ivey Business Journal, 74, Online version
      • Host country headquarters and an MNE's subsequent within-country diversifications, with Xufei, Ma (2010), Journal of International Business Studies , 41 (April), 517-525
      • How can organizatiions be competitive but dare to care?, (2010), Academy of Management Perspectives, 25(3), 24-35
      • When experience meets environmental change: Foreign entry attempts of U.S. firms in eleven transition economies, with Kimberly Boal and Xia, Jun (2009), Strategic Management Journal, 30, 1286-1309
      • The evolution of Japanese investment in China: From toys to textiles to business process outsourcing, with Xuejuan Zhao and Paul W Beamish (2009), Asia Pacific Business Review, 15 (3), 323-345, Special Issue
      • The emergence of portfolio restructuring in Japanese firms (1998-2005), with Wu, Zhonghua (2009), Management International Review , 49(3), 313-335
      • Learning from owners: Ownership structure and the diversification of chinese firms, with Zhou Nan and Wei Wei Xu (2008), Business Horizons, 51 (6), 473-483
      • International business and institutional development in central and eastern europe, with Gelbuda, Modestas and Klaus Meyer (2008), Journal of International Management, 14 (1), 1 - 11, Special issue on International Business and Institutional Development in Central and Eastern Europe
      • Tax competition and FDI: The special case of developing countries, with Azemar, Celine (2008), Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 22 (1), 85-108
      • Within-country product diversification and foreign subsidiary performance, with Dean Xu and Paul W Beamish (2008), Journal of International Business Studies , 39, 706-724
      • Foreign market entry, competition and imitation among Japanese firms, 1980-1998, with Ajai Singh Gaur and Shige Makino (2008), Journal of Management Studies , 45 (1), 169-195
      • Internationalization and experience: Japanese banks' international expansion, 1980-1998, with Qian, Lihong (2008), Journal of International Business Studies , 39(2), 231-248
      • International diversification, subsidiary performance and the mobility of knowledge resources, with Fang, Yulin, Michael Wade and Paul W Beamish (2007), Strategic Management Journal, 28 (7), 41609
      • Survival of the foreign subsidiaries of emerging economy multinationals: The influence of business group affiliation, with Garg, Miti (2007), Journal of International Management, 13 (3), 278-295, Special issue on the Globalization of Third World Multinationals
      • Institutional environments, staffing strategies, and subsidiary performance, with Gaur, Ajai and SINGH, KULWANT (2007), Journal of Management, 33 (1), 611-636
      • A new tale of two cities: Japanese FDIs in Shanghai and Beijing, 1979-2003, with Ma, Xufei (2007), International Business Review, 16 (2), 207-228, Special Issue on Foreign Direct Investment in East Asia's Transsitional Economies: Perspectives on Development and Transition
      • What determines the scope of the firm over time and around the world? An Asia Pacific perspective, with Peng, Mike W (2006), Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 23 (4), 385-405, Special Issue on Conglomerates and Business Groups in the Asia Pacific
      • How similar is the world in the internet era: A comparison of eBusiness in China, Russia, and Sweden, with Fey, Carl F. and Alice DeKoning (2006), Thunderbird International Business Review, 48(5), 727-748
      • A new perspective on ownership identities in China's listed companies, with Nan Zhou and Zhi Jian Wu (2006), Management and Organization Review, 23(3), 319-343
      • Editor's Introduction: The Special Issue on Networks in the Asia Pacific, with Tina Dacin (2005), Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 22(4), 315-320
      • Legal person ownership, diversification strategy and firm profitability in China, with Zhi Jian Wu (2005), Journal of Management and Governance, 9 (2), 151-169
      • Regional and global strategies of Japanese firms, with Paul W Beamish (2005), Management International Review , 45 (Special Issue 1), 19-36
      • Editorial Work: The APJM since january 2004: On the move, (2005), Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 22(4), 315-320
      • Selling China: Looking back and looking forward, with Paul W Beamish (2005), Management and Organization Review, 1(2), 309-313
      • Escalation in international strategic alliances, with Andrew C. Inkpen and Jerry Ross (2004), Management International Review , 44(4), 457-469
      • Joint venture performance revisited: Japanese foreign subsidiaries worldwide, with Paul W. Beamish (2004), Management International Review , 44(1), 69-91
      • Foreign expansion in service industries: Separability and human capital intensity, with Cyril Bouquet and Louis Hebert (2004), Journal of Business Research, 57 (1), 35-46
      • Information or influence: The benefits of experience for managing political uncertainty, with Henisz, Witold J (2004), Strategic Organization, 2(4), 389-421
      • Editorial Work: The APJM since January 2004: On the move, (2004), Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 22(2), 115-121
      • Political hazards, experience and sequential entry strategies: The international expansion of Japanese firms, 1980-1998, with Witold J. Henisz (2003), Strategic Management Journal, 24(11), 1153-1164, DOI: 10.1002/smj.355
      • Timing of entry and the foreign subsidiary performance of Japanese firms, with Shige Makino (2003), Journal of International Marketing, 11(3), 83-105
      • Political hazards and the sequence of entry by Japanese firms, 1980-1998, with Witold J. Henisz (2003), Journal of International Business Studies , 34(3), 227-241, DOI: 10.1057/palgrave.jibs.8400031
      • The location of Japanese foreign direct investment in China, with Changhui Zhou and JingYu Yang (2002), Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 19(1), 63-86
      • Absolute and relative resources as determinants of international acquisitions, with Anand Jaideep (2002), Strategic Management Journal, 23(2), 119-134
      • Survival and profitability: The roles of experience and intangible assets in foreign subsidiary performance, with Paul W. Beamish (2001), Academy of Management Journal, 44(4), 480-491
      • Uncertainty, imitation and plant location: Japanese multinational corporations, 1990-96, with Henisz, Witold J. (2001), Administrative Science Quarterly , 46(3), 443-475
      • Introducing cases in the Asian classroom: Initiatives in response to the challenges, with Shige Makino (2001), Asian Case Research Journal, 15(1), 1-19
      • Japanese ownership strategies for subsidiaries in Asia, with Paul W. Beamish (2001), Global Focus, 13(2), 173-185
      • The Functions of Expatriates in Japanese Subsidiaries, with Ingmar Bjorkman (2000), International Journal of Human Resource Management, 11(2), 278-99
      • A sub-national analysis of Japanese direct investment in Canada, with Scott Ensign (2000), Canadian Journal of Administrative Studies, 46(3), 38-51
      • Japanese foreign direct investment in Thailand: An empirical and qualitative post-crisis analysis, with Timothy D. Keeley (2000), Journal of International Business and Economy, 1(1), 91-118
      • Japanese Firms' Investment Strategies in Emerging Economies, with Witold J. Henisz (2000), Academy of Management Journal, 43(3), 341-361, Special Research Forum on Strategies in Emerging Economies
      • Thailand: The outlook brightens, with Timothy D. Keeley (2000), Ivey Business Journal, 64(3), 41-45
      • Geographic scope, product diversification and the corporate performance of Japanese firms, with Paul W. Beamish (1999), Strategic Management Journal, 20(8), 711-727
      • Japanese investment in Canada, with Scott Ensign (1999), Ivey Business Journal, 64(2), 41-45
      • Ownership Strategy of Japanese Firms: Transactional, Institutional and Experience Influences, with Paul W. Beamish (1999), Strategic Management Journal, 20(10), 915-933
      • Location specificity and the transfer of downstream assets to foreign subsidiaries, with Anand Jaideep (1997), Journal of International Business Studies , 28(3), 579-604
      • Escorts case series, with Anand Jaideep (1997), Asian Case Research Journal, 1(1), 77-101
      • Local knowledge transfer and performance: Implications for alliance formation in Asia, with Makino, Shige (1996), Journal of International Business Studies , 27(5), 905-928
      • Competing globally: How Japanese MNCs have matched goals and strategies in India and China, with Anand Jaideep (1996), Columbia Journal of World Business, 31(3), 60-74, "Reprinted as ""Japanese Foreign Direct Investment: Matching Goals and Strategies"" 1997, CHEMTECH, 27(10):50-56"
      • Canadian business in India: A dream deferred or a dream shattered, with Jaideep Anand (1995), Business Quarterly, 60(2), 22-31
    • Department Outstanding Researcher Award (NUS) - 2003
    • Faculty Outstanding Researcher Award (NUS) - 2003
    • PhD, University of Western Ontario, Canada, 1998
    • MBA, University of Manitoba, Canada, 1991
    • BBA, University of Manitoba, Canada, 1987
    • Professor, Department of Strategy and Policy, NUS Business School, National University of Singapore, 2010 - current
    • Associate Professor, Department of Business Policy, School of Business, National University of Singapore, 2001 - 2009
    • Assistant Professor, Department of Management of Organizations, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, 1998 - 2001
    • Visiting Lecturer, Swedish School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland, 1997
    • Adjunct Professor, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, 1997
    • BZ5782, Seminar In Strategic Management 2
    • BZ2005, Asia Pacific Business

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