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His research examines the social and cognitive aspects of organizations that affect strategic behavior, stakeholder relationships, and performance. Specifically, he is interested in how firms and stakeholders communicate with each other and how such communications affect independent and relational outcomes.
His research has been published in a variety of outlets, including Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, Family Business Review, and Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, among others.
At Harbert, he teaches the undergraduate strategic management capstone course and an applied statistics seminar in the Management doctoral program.