Joseph T. Mahoney
Associate Professor of Business Administration
M.S. Business Economics, Wharton School of Business, B.A. Economics,
University of Pennsylvania, 1989, 1984, 1980.
the University of Illinois since 1988.
Kim, J., & Mahoney, J. T. Property rights theory,
transaction costs theory and agency theory: An organization
economics approach to strategic management. Managerial
and Decision Economics, forthcoming.
Mahoney, J., & Michael, S. 2004. A subjective theory of
entrepreneurship. In S. Alvarez (Ed.), Handbook of
entrepreneurship. Boston, MA: Kluwer, forthcoming.
Tan, D., & Mahoney, J. 2004. Examining the Penrose effect in
an international business context: The dynamics of Japanese
firm growth in the U. S. industries. Managerial and
Decision Economics, forthcoming.
Kor, Y., & Mahoney, J. 2004. Edith Penrose's (1959)
contributions to the resource-based view of strategic
management. Journal of Management Studies, 41:
Mahoney, J., & Sanchez, R. 2004. Building new management
theory by integrating processes and products of thought.
Journal of Management Inquiry, 13: 34-47.
Sanchez, R., & Mahoney, J. 2003. Modularity, flexibility,
and knowledge management in product organization design. In
R. Garud, A. Kumaraswamy, & R. N. Langlois (Eds.),
Managing the modular age: Architectures, networks and
organization design: 362-380. New York: Blackwell.
Tan, D., & Mahoney, J. 2003. Explaining the utilization of
managerial expatriates from the perspectives of
resource-based, agency, and transaction costs theories.
Advances in International Management, 15: 179-205.
Kim, J., & Mahoney, J. 2002. Resource-based and property
rights perspectives on value creation: The case of oil field
unitization. Managerial and Decision Economics, 23:
Mahoney, J. 2002. The continuing relevance of Chester I.
Barnard's teachings to contemporary management education.
International Journal of Organization Theory and Behavior,
Mahoney, J., & Pandian, J. 2002. The resource-based view
within the conversation of strategic management. In R. N.
Langlois, T. F.-L. Yu, & P. L. Robertson (Eds.),
Alternative theories of the firm: 150-167. Northampton,
MA: Edward Elgar.
Mahoney, J. 2001. A resource-based theory of sustainable
rents. Journal of Management, 27: 651-660.
Sanchez, R., & Mahoney, J. 2001. Modularity, flexibility,
and knowledge management in product and organization design.
In P. E. Earl (Ed.), The legacy of Herbert Simon in
economic analysis: 535-548. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
Sanchez, R., & Mahoney, J. 2001. Modularity and dynamic
capabilities. In H. Volberda & T. Elfring (Eds.),
Rethinking strategy: 158-171. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Mahoney, J., & Kor, Y. 2000. Penrose's resource-based
approach: The process and product of research creativity.
Journal of Management Studies, 37: 109-139.
Executive MBA Outstanding Teaching Award, University of
Illinois, 1999, 2002. Outstanding Teaching Award,
International Executive MBA, 2000. Graduate Studies Teaching
Award, College of Business, 2000.
boards: Journal of Management Studies, 2003-present;
Academy of Management Review, 2002-present;
Strategic Management Journal, 1991-present.
undergraduate, M.B.A., Executive M.B.A., and Ph.D. courses in strategic
management and business economics. Research interest include corporate
governance and organizational economics. Business applications include
distribution, make-or-buy decisions, and vertical coordination.
321 David Kinley Hall
1407 W. Gregory Drive
Urbana, IL 61801