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Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship
BA (Dublin City) MBA (Hitotsubashi) PhD (INSEAD) PhD (UCL)
Professor Donal Crilly’s research interests include stakeholder theory, managerial cognition, and intertemporal choice. His work has been published in journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, the Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, and the Journal of International Business Studies.
Currently Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School, Donal Crilly is Associate Editor at the Strategic Management Journal, and an editorial board member of the Academy of Management Journal, the Academy of Management Review, the Journal of International Business Studies, and Strategic Organization.
Professor Crilly holds a BA (Dublin) MBA (Hitotsubashi) PhD (INSEAD) (UCL).
Finalist for Temple Best Paper Prize, Academy of International Business 2011 (and winner of best paper in governance and institutions track)
Winner, Newman Award for best paper based on recent dissertation, Academy of Management, 2010
Finalist for Best Paper Prize, Strategic Management Society, Cologne, 2008
Ho V; Bosse D; Crilly D; Harrison J
Academy of Management Perspectives 2023 Vol 37:1 p 16-36
Qian C; Crilly D; Lin Y; Zhang K; Zhang R
Organization Science 2023 Vol 34:1 p 358-379
Qian C; Balaji P; Crilly D; Liu Y
Journal of Management 2022 Accepted
Mohliver A; Crilly D; Kaul A
Strategic Management Journal 2022 Online first
Furnari S; Crilly D; Misangyi V F; Greckhamer T; Fiss P C; Aguilera R
Academy of Management Review 2021 Vol 46:4 p 778-799
Slager R; Gond J-P; Crilly D
Business Ethics Quarterly 2021 Vol 31:2 p 275-307
Qian C; Crilly D; Wang K; Wang Z
Organization Science 2021 Vol 32:3 p 605-624
Gupta K; Crilly D; Greckhamer T
Strategic Management Journal 2020 Vol 41:10 p 1869-1900
in Harrison J S; Barney J B; Freeman R E and Phillips R A (eds.), The Cambridge handbook of stakeholder theory, Cambridge University Press, 2019.
Zheng W; Ni N; Crilly D
Strategic Management Journal 2019 Vol 40:4 p 685-684
Misangyi V; Greckhamer T; Furnari S; Fiss P; Crilly D; Aguilera R
Journal of Management 2017 Vol 43:1 p 255-282
Strategic Management Journal 2017 Vol 38:12 p 2370-2389
Crilly D; Ni N; Jiang Y
Strategic Management Journal 2016 July Vol 37:7 p 1316-1329
Crilly D; Zollo M; Hansen M
Academy of Management Journal 2016 Vol 59:2 p 705-729
Birkinshaw J M; Bouquet C; Crilly D; Lee S
Academy of Management Discoveries 2016 Vol 2:1 p 51-78
Crilly D; Sloan P
Organization Science 2014 Vol 25:2 p 339-355
Ni N; Qian C; Crilly D
Strategic Organization 2014 Vol 12:1 p 38-61
Research in the Sociology of Organizations 2013 Vol 38 p 181-204
Journal of Management Studies 2013 Vol 50:8 p 1427-1447
Crilly D; Sloan P
Strategic Management Journal 2012 Vol 33:10 p 1174-1193
Crilly D; Zollo M; Hansen M T
Academy of Management Journal 2012 Vol 55:6 p 1429-1448
Business and Society 2011 Vol 50:3 p 518-530
Journal of International Business Studies 2011 Vol 42:5 p 694-717
Crilly D; Schneider S C; Zollo M
European Management Review 2008 Vol 5:3 p 175-190
Crilly D; Ioannou I
Social Sciences Research Network
Mohliver A; Crilly D; Chang S
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