Parthiban David.
Kogod School of Business
American University
4400 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20016-8044Office: KSB 224(202)885-2020 (office)
(240)676-3236 (cell)



David, P., Duru, A., Lobo, G., Maharjan, J., & Zhao, Y. 2022. Threat of Exit by Non-blockholders and Income Smoothing: Evidence from Foreign Institutional Investors in Japan. Contemporary Accounting Review, in press.

David, P., Dharwadkar, R., Duru, A. 2021. Financial Reporting Choices, Governance Structures, and Strategic Assets: A Transaction Cost Perspective. Academy of Management Review, Forthcoming. [pdf]

Deb, P., David, P., Duru, A. 2019. Attainment discrepancy and investment: Effects on firm performance. Journal of Business Research, 99: 186-196. [pdf]

Chari, M.D.R., David, P., Duru, A., Zhao, Y. 2018. Bowman’s risk-return paradox: An agency theory perspective. Journal of Business Research, 95:357-375  [pdf]

Deb, P., David, P., & O’Brien, J. 2017. When is cash good or bad for firm performance? Strategic Management Journal, 38: 436-454. [pdf]

Hart, T., David, P., Shao, F., Fox, C.J., & Westermann-Behaylo, M. 2015. An examination of the impact of executive compensation disparity on corporate social performance. Strategic Organization, 13: 200-223. [pdf]

O’Brien, J., David, P., Yoshikawa, T., & Delios, A. 2014. How capital structure influences diversification performance: A transaction cost perspective. Strategic Management Journal, 35: 1013-1031. [pdf]

O’Brien, J., & David, P. 2014. Reciprocity and R&D search: Applying the behavioral theory of the firm to a communitarian context. Strategic Management Journal, 35: 550-565. [pdf]

Chari, M.R.D., & David, P. 2012. Sustaining superior performance in an emerging economy: An empirical test in the Indian context. Strategic Management Journal, 33: 217-229. [pdf]

David, P., O’Brien, J., Yoshikawa, T., & Delios, A. 2010. Do shareholders or stakeholders appropriate the rents from corporate diversification? The influence of ownership structure Academy of Management Journal, 53: 636-654. [pdf]

O’Brien, J., & David, P. 2010. Firm Growth and Type of Debt: The Paradox of Discretion. Industrial and Corporate Change, 19: 51-80. [pdf]

David, P., O’Brien, J., & Yoshikawa, T. 2008. The implications of debt heterogeneity for R&D investment and firm performance. Academy of Management Journal, 51: 165-181. [pdf]

Chari, M.D.R., Devaraj, S., & David, P. 2008. IT and firm performance: Moderating effects of product diversification. Management Science, 54: 224-234. [pdf]

Chari, M.D.R., Devaraj, S., & David, P. 2007. International Diversification and Firm Performance: Role of Information Technology Investments. Journal of World Business, 42: 184-197. [pdf]

David, P., Bloom, M., Hillman, A. 2007. Investor activism, manager responsiveness, and corporate social performance. Strategic Management Journal, 28: 91-100. [pdf]

David, P., Yoshikawa, T., Chari, M.D.R., & Rasheed, A. 2006. Strategic investments in Japanese corporations: Do foreign portfolio owners foster underinvestment or appropriate investment? Strategic Management Journal, 27: 591-600. [pdf]

Yoshikawa, T., Phan, P., David, P. 2005. The impact of ownership structure on wage intensity in Japanese corporations. Journal of Management, 31: 1-19. [pdf]

David, P., Hitt, M.A., & Gimeno, J. 2001. The influence of activism by institutional investors on R&D. Academy of Management Journal, 44: 144-157. [pdf]

David, P., Kochhar, R., & Levitas, E. 1998. The effect of institutional investors on the level and mix of CEO compensation. Academy of Management Journal, 41: 200-208. [pdf]

Kochhar, R., & David, P. 1996. Institutional investors and firm innovation: A test of competing hypotheses. Strategic Management Journal, 17: 73-84. [pdf]

David, P., & Kochhar, R. 1996. Barriers to corporate governance by institutional investors: Implications for theory and practice. European Management Journal, 14: 457-466. [pdf]

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