- Academic Director, Brand & Digital Strategy JM, Brand & Digital Strategy JM
- Associate Professor, JS M&O Faculty, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management
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- David R. Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future (ACSF) Faculty Fellow
other Cornell affiliations
- Community Characteristics and Changes in Toxic Chemical Releases: Does Information Disclosure Affect Environmental Injustice?. Journal of Business Ethics. 1-16. 2015
- Difference in Degrees: CEO Characteristics and Firm Environmental Disclosure. Strategic Management Journal. 35:712-722. 2014
- How Firms Respond to Mandatory Information Disclosure. Strategic Management Journal. 34:1209-1231. 2013
- Environmental Capabilities and Corporate Strategy: Exploring Acquisitions Among US Manufacturing Firms. Strategic Management Journal. 33:1053-1071. 2012
- A Natural-Resource-Based View of the Firm: Fifteen Years After. Journal of Management. 37:1464-1479. 2011
- Boards, CEOs, and Surviving a Financial Crisis: Evidence from the Internet Shakeout. Strategic Management Journal. 32:1025-1045. 2011
- Effects of Ancestral Populations on Entrepreneurial Founding and Failure: Private Liquor Stores in Alberta, 1994-2003. Industrial and Corporate Change. 20:825-853. 2011
- Effect of Resource Variation and Firm Experience on Market Entry Decisions: Evidence from U.S. Telecommunication Firms' International Expansion Decisions. Organization Science. 20:69-84. 2009
- Entry Timing, Exploration, and Firm Survival in the Early U.S. Bicycle Industry. Strategic Management Journal. 27:1159-1182. 2006
- Product Line Strategies of New Entrants in an Established Industry: Evidence from the U.S. Bicycle Industry. Strategic Management Journal. 27:959-979. 2006
- Do Corporate Global Environmental Standards Create or Destroy Market Value?. Management Science. 46:1059-1074. 2000
- Racing and Back-Pedalling into the Future: New Product Introduction and Organizational Mortality in the U.S. Bicycle Industry, 1880-1918. Organization Studies. 21:405-431. 2000
- Part VI: How Should Reputations be Managed in Good Times and Bad Times?: Corporate Environmental Reputation: Comparing Two Industries. Corporate Reputation Review. 1:140-146. 1997
- Corporate Sustainability. Ed. I - IV. 2014
- The Effect of Technology Type on the Adoption and Effectiveness of Global Environmental Standards. Enhancing Global Competitiveness Through Sustainable Environmental Stewardship. 109-128. 2011
- Whether It's Green or Brown, Buy Local: Exploring the Acquisition Choices of Manufacturing Firms. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings 2010. 2010
- Which firms are Likely to Suffer Product Recalls? The roles of competition andcongestion in leading to recalls. Administrative Science Association of Canada Best Paper Proceedings 2005. 17-30. 2005
selected publications listing
Dowell, Glen and Anand Swaminathan. 2006. “Entry Timing, Exploration, and Firm Survival in the Early
Years of the U.S. Bicycle Industry.” Strategic Management Journal. 27: 1159-1182.
Dowell, Glen. 2006. Product Line Strategies of New Entrants in Established Industries: Evidence from
the U.S. Bicycle Industry. Strategic Management Journal. 27: 959-979.
Dowell, Glen, Anand Swaminathan and James Wade. “Pretty Pictures and Ugly Scenes: Political and
Technological Maneuvers in High Definition Television.” Advances in Strategic Management.
2002. 19: 97-133.
Dowell, Glen, Stuart Hart and Bernard Yeung. 2000. "Do Corporate Global Environmental Standards
Create or Destroy Market Value?" Management Science. 2000. 46(8): 1059-1074. A previous
version of this paper appeared in the Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 1998.
Dowell, Glen and Anand Swaminathan. 2000. “Racing and Back-pedaling into the Future: New product
development and organizational mortality in the U.S. bicycle industry, 1880-1918.” Organization
Studies. 21(2): 405-431.
Dowell, Glen, Anjali Sastry, Stuart Hart, and Jeff Bernicke. “Corporate Environmental Reputation:
Comparing two industries” Corporate Reputation Review. 1997. 1(1): 140-147.
awards and honors
- Outstanding Professor, conferred by Mendoza College of Business, Masts of Nonprofit Administration Program, 2006
- Reviewer of the Year, conferred by Academy of Management, Organization and Management Theory Division, 2002
- Best Paper, conferred by University of California, Davis Conference on Qualitative Research, 2002
- Moskowitz Prize, 2001
- Organization Science Dissertation Competition, conferred by INFORMS, 1999
- Dykstra Fellowship, conferred by University of Michigan Business School, 1999
- Best Paper, conferred by Academy of Management, Organizations and Natural Environment Interest Group, 1998
- Dykstra Fellowship, conferred by University of Michigan Business School, 1998
- McGill Associates Medal of Great Distinction, 1995
- Glen W.S. Dowell