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Craig Crossland

Assistant Professor

BIO

Craig Crossland is an Assistant Professor of Management in the Mendoza College of Business. He received his Ph.D. from the Pennsylvania State University. Prior to joining Notre Dame, he worked at the University of Texas at Austin. Craig's research is in the area of strategic management, with a focus on senior executives and their effects on organizational outcomes. His work has been published or is in press at the Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Strategic Management Journal, Strategic Organization, and two edited volumes. He serves as a member of several editorial review boards, and is the current Treasurer of the Research Methods Division of the Academy of Management. Before entering academia, Craig worked as a physical therapist and in a number of product development roles within the medical device industry. Although Craig is a fan of college football, has Irish heritage, and possesses a thick red beard, he maintains that any resemblance to the Notre Dame mascot is entirely coincidental.

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PUBLICATIONS

"CEO career variety: Effects on firm-level strategic and social novelty," (with Jinyong Zyung, Nathan J. Hiller, Donald C. Hambrick), To appear in Academy of Management Journal.

"Executive accountability around the world: The sources of cross-national variation in firm performance-CEO dismissal sensitivity," (with Guoli Chen),  Strategic Organization, 11, 2013, 78-109.

"Differences in managerial discretion across countries: How nation-level institutions affect the degree to which CEOs matter," (with Donald C. Hambrick),  Strategic Management Journal, 32, 2011, 797-819.

"Organizational network perceptions versus reality: A small world after all?" (with Martin Kilduff, Wenpin Tsai, David Krackhardt),  Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 107, 2008, 15-28.

"How national systems differ in their constraints on corporate executives: A study of CEO effects in three countries," (with Donald C. Hambrick),  Strategic Management Journal, 28, 2007, 767-789.

Book Articles and Chapters

Multi-firm collaboration and international competitive dynamics, (with David J. Ketchen, Charles C. Snow), Thought leadership in advancing international business research (Palgrave MacMillan) (2008).

Pathways of opportunity in dynamic organizational networks, (with Martin Kilduff, Wenpin Tsai), Complexity leadership Part 1: Conceptual foundations (Information Age Publishing) (2007).