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CURRICULUM VITAE

PARTHIBAN DAVID

11205 Old Post Rd, Potomac, MD 20854, +1(240)676-3236,

parthiban.david@american.edu

 EMPLOYMENT:

Management Department Chair, American University, 2017 –

Professor, American University, 2017 –

Collins Chair in Management, American University, 2009 –

Associate Professor, American University, 2009-2017

Rath Chair in Strategic Management, Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma, 2006-2009

Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame, 1999-2006

Lecturer, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 1996-1999

Graduate Assistant, Texas A&M University, 1991-1996

Purchase Officer, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, India, 1985-1991

 EDUCATION:

Texas A&M University 1996, Ph. D., Strategic Management

University of Roorkee, 1985, B.E., Mechanical Engineering

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS – REFEREED

Chari, M.D.R., David, P., Duru, A., Zhao, Y. 2018. Bowman’s risk-return paradox: An agency theory perspective. Journal of Business Research, in press.

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

Hart, T. A., 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.

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.

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.

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

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.

O’Brien, J., & David, P. 2010. Firm growth and type of debt: The paradox of discretion.Industrial and Corporate Change, 19: 51-80.

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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

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.

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. [Reprinted in Robert Watson (Ed.). 2005. Governance and ownership. Edward Elgar: Williston, VT]

Kochhar, R., & David, P. 1996. Institutional investors and firm innovation: A test of competing hypotheses. Strategic Management Journal, 17: 73-84.[Featured in the Economist, 12th August, 1995, Managers and shareholders: Acquisitive egos, p. 52]

 

PUBLICATIONS – INVITED

David, P. 2012. The convergence of corporate governance: Promise and Prospects. Corporate Governance: An International Review 22 (1), 70-71. A review of Rasheed, A., & Yoshikawa, T. (Eds.), The convergence of corporate governance: Promise and Prospects, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

David, P. 2009. Being successful in a Ph. D. program: Distant reflections. Decision Line, January: 16.

David, P. 2002. Activism by institutional investors: Implications for governance, strategy, and performance. In C.E. Schillaci, R. Faraci (Eds.). The Ownership and Governance of Firms in Transition: The Italian Experience. G. Giappichelli Editore: Italy.

David, P. 1998. Asian business networks. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 15: 287-289. A review of Hamilton, G.G. (Ed.), 1996, Asian business networks, New York; de Gruyter.

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

 

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Shahzad, A., & David, P. 2010. Do institutions foster appropriate strategic investments by firms across the world?Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Montreal, Canada.

David, P., Yoshikawa, T., O’Brien, J., & Delios, A. 2009. Stakeholder influences on diversification: Implications for shareholders and stakeholders. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL.

O’Brien, J., & David, P. 2007. Revisiting the agency theoretic view of capital structure.Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings,Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Philadelphia, PA.

David, P., O’Brien, J., & Yoshikawa, T. 2006. Debt structure, R&D investment, and firm performance in Japanese corporations. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

David, P., Hitt, M.A., & Gimeno, J. 1996. The role of activism by institutional investors in influencing corporate innovation. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 378-382, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, 1996.

David, P., Kochhar, R., & Levitas, E. 1996. The influence of institutional investors on the level and mix of CEO compensation. Academy of Management Expanded Proceedings, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, 1996.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Deb, P., David, P., Duru, A., O’Brien, J. 2017. Attainment discrepancy and investment effects on firm performance. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Atlanta.

David, P., & Dharwadkar, R. 2017. Professional Development Workshop: Integrating Accounting with Strategy Scholarship: Opportunities for fruitful cross-fertilization. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Atlanta.

David, P., Duru, A., Ma, M. 2016. Aligning strategy with financial reporting: Performance benefits of income smoothing for R&D intensive firms. Strategic Management Society Conference, Berlin.

Deb, P., David, P., O’Brien, J. 2015. A Contextual Understanding of When Cash Enhances Firm Performance. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Vancouver, Canada.

David, P. 2014. Ownership Heterogeneity. Professional Development Workshop Session Participant. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Philadelphia.

Hart, T., David, P., Zhao, Y. 2013.The Moderating Role of Corporate Social Performance on the Relationship Between Corporate Governance and Financial Performance. Strategic Management Society, Annual Meetings, Atlanta, GA.

Hart, T., Westermann-Behaylo, M., David, P. 2012.An Examination of the Impact of Executive Compensation Disparity on Stakeholder Management.Strategic Management Society Annual Meetings, Prague.

David, P. 2012. International aspects of corporate governance. PDW Session. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Boston.

David, P. 2011. Trans-disciplinary research in corporate governance: Identifying the new research issues and ideas. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Boston, MA

Shahzad, A., David, P., & Sharfman, M.P. 2010.Corporate governance and CSP: Does aligning managers with shareholders help or hurt stakeholders?Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Montreal, Canada.

Shahzad, A., & David, P. 2010. Do institutions foster appropriate strategic investments by firms across the world?Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Montreal, Canada.

David, P., Yoshikawa, T., O’Brien, J., & Delios, A. 2009. Stakeholder influences on diversification: Implications for shareholders and stakeholders. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL.

Shahzad, A., & David, P. 2009. A Behavioral Theory of R&D Investments and Institutions. Strategic Management Society Conference, Washington, DC.

David, P., Yoshikawa, T., O’Brien, J., & Delios, A. 2009. Stakeholder influences on diversification: Implications for shareholders and stakeholders. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL.

David, P., Yoshikawa, T., O’Brien, J. 2008. Ownership Structure, Corporate Diversification, and Firm Performance: Growth versus Profit, Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Anaheim, CA.

O’Brien, J., & David, P. 2007. Revisiting the agency theoretic view of capital structure.Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings,Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Philadelphia, PA.

O’Brien, J., & David, P. 2007. Growth options and corporate governance.Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Philadelphia, PA.

Yoshikawa, T. & David, P. 2006.Does diversification yield growth or value? It depends on the type of owner. Strategic Management Society Conference, Vienna.

David, P., O’Brien, J., & Yoshikawa, T. 2006. Debt structure, R&D investment, and firm performance in Japanese corporations. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Atlanta, GA.

O’Brien, J., & David, P. 2006. Does debt discipline growth? It depends on the type of debt. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Atlanta, GA.

Chari, M.D.R., Devaraj, S., & David, P. 2006. IT and firm performance: Moderating effects of international diversification.Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Atlanta, GA.

David, P. 2005. Professional Development Workshop Panel Presenter. Conducting research on international and comparative corporate governance.Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI.

David, P., Yoshikawa, T., Okinawa, K. 2004. Executive Pay and Succession in Japan: Divergent Effects of Foreign and Domestic Ownership. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

David, P., Vaidyanathan, G., Yoshikawa, T., Oyanagi, K. 2004. Do R&D intensive firms in Japan enjoy higher performance?Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

David, P., Yoshikawa, T., & Rasheed, A. 2003. Restructuring in Japanese companies: Foreign ownership, strategic investments and firm performance. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.

David, P., Hitt, M.A., & Tan, W.L. 2003. The benefits and drawbacks of large block ownership before and during the East Asian crisis. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.

David, P., & Bloom, M. 2002. Investor activism, manager responsiveness, and corporate social performance: Do managers listen to shareholders. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Bloom, M., & David, P. 2002. Towards an enhanced understanding of the relationship between risk and compensation. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado.

David, P., Kochhar, R., & Hitt, M.A. 2000. The effect of institutional investors on corporate restructuring. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

David, P. 1998. The effect of institutional investors’ activism on corporate governance and performance. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Diego.

David, P., Hitt, M.A., & Gimeno, J. 1996. The role of activism by institutional investors in influencing corporate innovation. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Cincinnati.

David, P., Kochhar, R., & Levitas, E. 1996. The influence of institutional investors on the level and mix of CEO compensation.Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Cincinnati.

Kochhar, R., & David, P. 1995. Institutional investors and firm innovation: A test of competing hypotheses. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

University College, Dublin, September 11, 2017. David, P., Dharwadkar, R., Duru, A.. Aligning strategy with financial reporting.

Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata, India, March 17, 2017. David, P., Dharwadkar, R., Duru, A.. Aligning strategy with financial reporting.

Indian Institute of Management, Tiruchirapalli, India, September 9, 2016. David, P., Dharwadkar, R., Duru, A. Aligning strategy with financial reporting

.University of Nebraska, March 11, 2016. David, P., Dharwadkar, R., Duru, A. Aligning strategy with financial reporting.

Indian Institute of Management, Bengaluru. March 12, 2015. Value creation and appropriation from customers and suppliers by cash-rich firms: The moderating role of relational ties.

University of Texas at Dallas. October 3, 2014. David, P., Duru, A., Zhao, Y. The role of corporate governance in attenuating the risk-return paradox.

Kennesaw State University, May 16, 2014. Presentation of corporate governance research for doctoral seminar participants.

University of Delaware. October 19, 2012. David, P., Duru, A., Zhao, Y. The Role of Corporate Governance and Product Market Competition in Attenuating the Risk-Return Paradox.

Miami. 2009. American University Alumni Reception “Faculty on the road”, Presented ongoing research on the relationship between corporate governance and corporate social performance.

University of Texas at Arlington, March 8-9, 2007. Presentation on corporate governance research to doctoral students.

Syracuse University. February 8-9, 2007. O’Brien, J., & David, P. Rules versus discretion and the embeddedness of debt: debt heterogeneity and firm growth.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2005 David, P., O’Brien, J., & Yoshikawa, T. Debt structure, R&D investment, and firm performance in Japanese corporations.

 Purdue University, 2005. David, P., O’Brien, J., & Yoshikawa, T. Debt structure, R&D investment, and firm performance in Japanese corporations.

 Purdue University, 2005. David, P., Yoshikawa, T., Hitt, M.A., & Oyanagi, K. Ownership structure and corporate governance mechanisms in Japan: A transaction cost perspective.

Purdue University, 2002. David, P., Bloom, M., Hillman, A. Investor activism, manager responsiveness, and corporate social performance.

OTHER ACADEMY ACTIVITIES

2017. Chair, Pursuing Multiple Goals. Academy of Management Annual Conference in Atlanta.

2016. Panelist, SMS Saturday session on Publishing Process Research, Strategic Management Society, Annual Conference in Berlin.

2014. Session Facilitator, CEO roles, frames, and traits. Strategic Management Society, Annual Conference in Madrid.

2013. Session Facilitator, Hello, Goodbye: CEO Transitions, Ascensions, Dismissals. Strategic Management Society, Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA.

2013. Mid-Atlantic Strategy Colloquim and Doctoral Workshop, Virginia Tech, Session Chair. 

2012. Mid-Atlantic Strategy Colloquim and Doctoral Workshop, University of North Carolina, Session Chair. 

2011. Writing workshop for doctoral students and junior faculty, Coordinator, Strategic Management Society, Annual Conference in Miami, FL.

2011. Mid-Atlantic Strategy Colloquim and Doctoral Workshop, University of Maryland, Session Chair. 

2010. Strategic Management Society, SMS India Research Initiative Workshop, Bengaluru, India, Panelist.

2010. Coordinator, BPS Mid-career workshop, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

2008. Discussant. Behavioral and Organizational Outcomes of Equity Holdings. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

2007. Discusant, Executive compensation. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

2004. Discussant, Executive compensation. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

1997. Session Chairperson, TMTs and discretion, Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston.

Other Honors and Awards

2015. Academy of Management Journal’s Best Reviewer Award

2011. Academy of Management Annual Meeting’s Best Reviewer Award

2009. Academy of Management Annual Meeting’s Best Reviewer Award

American University Annual Kogod Faculty Awards for Outstanding Research/Service 

Research Award: 2010, 2011, 2012,2013, 2014, 2016

Service Award: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016

1996. Honorable Mention of paper presented at the Technology and Innovation Management Division, Academy of Management: David, P., Hitt, M.A., & Gimeno, J. 1996. The role of activism by institutional investors in influencing corporate innovation. Presented at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Cincinnati. (subsequently published in the Academy of Management Journal)

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

American University, 2009-: Business Policy and Strategy (undergraduate and MBA classes)

University of Oklahoma, 2006-2009: Corporate Strategy (undergraduate and MBA classes), Research Methods (doctoral seminar)

University of Notre Dame, 1999-2006: Corporate Strategy (undergraduate and MBA classes)

Nanyang Technological University, 1996-1999: Business Policy, Strategic Planning and Control, Introduction to Management (undergraduate and MBA classes).

Texas A&M University, 1992-1996: Business Policy and Strategy (undergraduate classes).

 

SERVICE

 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

Strategic Management Society, Reviewer, Best Ph. D. Paper Prize: 2016, 2017

 

Strategic Management Society, Reviewer, Best Paper Prize: 2009, 2011, 2015, 2016, 2017

 

Strategic Management Society, Corporate Strategy and Governance Interest Group, 2011-2014

Associate Program Chair, 2011-2012

Program Chair, 2012-2013

Chair, 2013-2014

 

Strategic Management Society, Task Force to develop Code of Professional Conduct, Member, 2008.

 

Academy of Management Mid-career Workshop Co-Chair, 2010.

 

Academy of Management Adopt-A-Member Program Sponsor, 2012-. Serve as mentor for new members of the Academy of Management at the Annual Conference. Typical assignment is to have a one-on-one meeting with up to 3 new members at the Meeting, welcome them, and provide mentorship.

 

 

JOURNAL PEER REVIEW

Editorial Board, Academy of Management Journal, 2011-

Editorial Board, Strategic Management Journal, 2008-

Editorial Board, Journal of Management, July 2003 –

Editorial Board, Journal of Management Studies, 2008-

Editorial Board, Journal of Management and Governance,September 2006-

International Advisory Board, Journal of Enterprising Culture, 1999-

Editorial Board, Journal of Enterprising Culture, 1997-1999

Editorial Review Panel, IIMB Management Review, 2010-

Editorial Board, International Journal of Strategic Business Alliances, 2012-2014

Review Committee, Asia Academic of Management Inaugural Conference, 1999

Ad-hoc Reviewer, Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Management Science, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Business Venturing, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Journal of Business Research, Business and Society, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Corporate Governance: An International Review

Reviewer, Conferences: Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society

 

UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES

Committee of Faculty Actions, Member, 2010-2013

 

COLLEGE COMMITTEES

Academic Affairs Coordinator Search, 2018 Summer

Chaired Professor Reappointment Review, Chair of ad hoc committee, 2017 Fall

Strategic Planning Taskforce, 2017

Assistant Dean Search, 2017 Summer

Faculty Search, Cybergovernance, tenure-line faculty for the IT Department (from April, 2016-)

Faculty Search, Endowed Chair, Director of the future Center for the study of “Business in the Capital” (from Jan-Aug, 2016)

Ad hoc committee to review Kogod Professorial grants and interdisciplinary research awards, 2016 Spring

Cybersecurity Research Center, Research Program Director (from May-30, 2015)

Ad-hoc Committee on Research Center, 2014-2015

Rank & Tenure Committee, 2014-2016

Kogod Research Professorship Selection Panel, 2014

Dean Search Committee, 2010-2011

MBA Part-time Program Task Force, 2010-2011, Committee recommended a new Professional MBA Program that has since been successfully implemented

Strategic Considerations Committee, 2010-2011

MBA Task Force, 2009-2010

 

DEPARTMENT COMMITTEES

Faculty Search, Open-rank, faculty positions Strategy, 2014-2015, Committee Chair

Faculty Search, Open-rank, faculty positions Entrepreneurship, 2014-2014, Committee Chair

Faculty Search, Assistant Professor, Management (Global Corporate Citizenship), 2013-2014, Committee Chair

MGMT 458 Business Policy and Strategy Core Course Coordinator, 2013-2016

Faculty Search, Assistant Professor, Accounting, 2013, Committee Member

Faculty Search, Assistant Professor, Accounting, 2012, Committee Member

Reappointment and Tenure, 2012, Senior Faculty Committee Member

Faculty Search, Assistant Professor, Management (Negotiations), 2009, Committee Member

 

DOCTORAL COMMITTEES

Nitin Singh, University of Texas at Arlington (Member, Ph.D., 2019 expected)

Anna Obedkova, University of Texas at Arlington (Co-Chair, Ph.D., 2018 expected)

Irina Stoyneva, Drexel University, (Member, Ph.D., 2015, successfully defended in 2015)

Deepika Gupta, Indian Institute of Management, Bengaluru (Dissertation External Examiner, 2014-2015, successfully defended in 2015)

Jaya Dixit, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Member, Ph.D. 2014)

Dynah Basuli, University of Texas at Arlington (Member, Ph. D., 2011)

Ali Shahzad, University of Oklahoma (Member, Ph. D., 2011)

Bruce Gilstrap, University of Oklahoma (Member, Ph. D., 2009

Tim Hart, University of Oklahoma (Chair, Ph. D., 2009)

Jason Harkins, University of Oklahoma (Member, Ph. D., 2008)

David Townsend, University of Oklahoma (Member, Ph. D. 2008)

 

OTHERS

Faculty Advisor, Asian MBA Association, 2014-2015