Steven C. Michael
Schoen Faculty Fellow in Entrepreneurship and Associate Professor of Business Administration
Business Economics, Harvard University, 1993
M. Mgmt. Management Policy and Marketing, Northwestern University,
M. Eng. Systems Engineering, University of Virginia, 1981
B. A. Mathematical Sciences, Rice University, 1980.
the University of Illinois since 1997. Assistant professor, George
Mason University, 1993-97. Lecturer, Clark University, 1992. Associate,
Temple, Barker & Sloane, 1986. Software engineer, Wang Laboratories,
1983-85. Technical staff, Bell Laboratories, 1981-83.
S. C., & Pun, T. Organizational learning and new product
introductions. Journal of Product Innovation Management,
S., & Pearce, J. A. Choosing constraints as a solution to
agency. Journal of Management Studies, forthcoming.
Michael, S., & Kim, S. M. The organizational ecology of
retailing: A historical perspective. Journal of Retailing,
Michael, S. Franchising. In M.A. Hitt & R.D. Ireland (Eds.),
Entrepreneurship encyclopedia, Oxford, UK: Blackwell,
Michael, S. 2003. Determinants of the rate of
franchising across nations. Management International
Review, 43 (3): 267-290.
Michael, S. 2003. First mover
advantage through franchising. Journal of Business
Venturing, 18 (1): 61-80.
Michael, S. 2003. Two faces of
strategic group theory. In F. Dansereau and F. Yammarino
(Eds.), Multi-Level issues in organizational behavior and
strategy, research in multi-level issues, v 2.
Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
Michael, S. 2002. Time to
discovery: The role of time in the entrepreneurial discovery
process. Business Ethics Quarterly, Ruffin Series No.
Michael, S. 2002. Undermarketed! Why the
hospitality industry shorts itself on advertising.
Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly,
43 (2): 64-71.
Michael, S., Thomas, H., & Storey, D. 2002.
Discovery and coordination in strategic management and
entrepreneurship. In M.A. Hitt, R.D. Ireland, S.M. Camp, &
D.L. Sexton (Eds.), Strategic entrepreneurship.
Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
Michael, S. 2002. Can a franchise
chain coordinate? Journal of Business Venturing, 17:
Michael, S. 2000. The extent, motivation, and effect
of tying in franchise contracts. Managerial and Decision
Economics, 21: 191-201.
Michael, S. 2000. The effect of
organizational form on quality: The case of franchising.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 43:
Michael, S. 2000. Investments to create bargaining
power: The case of franchising. Strategic Management
Journal, 21: 497-514.
boards: Journal of Business Venturing; Journal of
Management; Journal of Marketing Channels.
courses in entrepreneurship and strategic management. Research focuses
on the interface of entrepreneurship, strategy, and economics.
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