Curriculum VitaeAssociate Professor, International Business & Strategy
Associate Fellow, Center for Emerging Markets

Luis Alfonso Dau

309 Hayden Hall
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115-5000

617.373.4604
L.Dau@northeastern.edu


Profile

Education

PhD in International Business/Strategy, University of South Carolina
Global MBA, Thunderbird/ITESM

Research & Teaching Interests

Professor Dau's research and teaching interests include global strategy, emerging market firms, institutional changes, pro-market reforms, business groups, family firms, firm performance, international corporate social responsibility, sustainability, formal and informal entrepreneurship, and culture.

Industry & Academic Experience

Co-Owner & Manager, Promotora Dinámica de Negocios: Established a successful chain of ice-cream parlors & pizzerias. Acquired, developed, and sold real estate and low-cost homes. Achieved increased profitability through rapid yet stable growth.

Business Unit Coordinator, Jabil Circuit: Managed all aspects of printed circuit board production for Whirlpool products. Achieved improvements in delivery time, material costs, and profitability. Established, developed, & maintained customer relationship.

Services to the Profession

Editorial Review Boards: Journal of International Business Studies, Global Strategy Journal

Ad Hoc Journal Reviewer: Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management, Journal of World Business, Management International Review, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Journal of International Management, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Management Studies, World Development, Universia Business Review, Globalization, Competitiveness, & Governability, International Journal of Emerging Markets, Corporate Governance: An International Review

Conference Reviewer: Academy of Management, Academy of International Business, Strategic Management Society, European International Business Academy, Academy of International Business-Latin America, Temple U. Special Conference, CIMAR Conference

Chair, Doctoral Student Consortium, Academy of International Business Latin America, 2014

Paper Track Scientific Committee Member, Academy of International Business Latin America, 2013

Committee Member, Outreach Development Committee, Academy of International Business, 2011-2012

Committee Member, Strategic Planning Committee, Academy of International Business, 2011-2012

Awards & Recognition

John H. Dunning Visiting Fellowship, University of Reading, Henley Business School, 2016-Present

Best Paper in Global Strategy. Academy of Management (International Management Division), 2016

Best Paper. Academy of International Business - Latin America, 2013

Best Paper in Strategy/International Business Theory. Academy of Management (International Management Division), 2009

Best Paper on Emerging Markets. European International Business Academy, 2009

Best Selling Case. Ivey Publishing, 2013-2016 (One of the top selling cases out of over 28,000 cases available)

Winner: 8 Best Reviewer Awards (Journal of International Business Studies 2017; Academy of International Business 2009, 2010, 2012; Academy of Management - International Management Division 2008, 2009, 2011, 2017) and 1 Outstanding Reviewer Award (Academy of Management - International Management Division 2011).

Publications

Selected Publications

Dau LA. 2017 (in press). Contextualizing international learning: The moderating effects of mode of entry and subsidiary networks on the relationship between reforms and profitability. Journal of World Business.

Li C, Isidor R, Dau LA, Kabst R. 2017 (in press). The More the Merrier? Immigrant Concentration and Entrepreneurial Activities. Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice.

Dau LA. 2016. Biculturalism, team performance, and cultural-faultline bridges. Journal of International Management, 22(1): 48-62.

Ayyagari M, Dau LA, Spencer J. 2015. Strategic responses to FDI in emerging markets: Are core members more responsive than peripheral members of business groups? Academy of Management Journal, 58(6): 1869-1894. (Authors are listed alphabetically).

Dau LA, Cuervo-Cazurra A. 2014. To formalize or not to formalize: Entrepreneurship and pro-market institutions. Journal of Business Venturing, 29(5): 668-686.

Khoury T, Cuervo-Cazurra A, Dau LA. 2014. Institutional outsiders and insiders: The response of domestic and foreign inventors to the quality of intellectual property rights protection. Global Strategy Journal, 4(3): 200-220.

Dau LA. 2013. Learning across geographic space: Pro-market reforms, multinationalization strategy, and profitability. Journal of International Business Studies, 44(3): 235-262.

Dau LA. 2012. Pro-market reforms and developing country multinational corporations. Global Strategy Journal, 2(3): 262-276.

Cuervo-Cazurra A, Dau LA. 2009. Structural reform & firm exports. Management International Review, 49(4): 479-507. (Authors are listed alphabetically).

Cuervo-Cazurra A, Dau LA. 2009. Promarket reforms & firm profitability in developing countries. Academy of Management Journal, 52(6): 1348-1368. (Authors are listed alphabetically).

Presentations

Selected Presentations

Institutional development and family firms in emerging markets (with Purkayastha S, Eddleston K). Academy of International Business, June 2016, New Orleans.

Immigrant share and entrepreneurship (with Li C, Isidor R, Kabst R). Academy of International Business, June 2016, New Orleans.

Regime structure, institutional stability and pro-market reforms: Deepening the interdisciplinary connection (with Moore E, Bradley C). Academy of International Business, June 2016, New Orleans.

The moderating effect of entry mode and MNE networks on the relationship between reforms and performance. European International Business Academy, Dec. 2015, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Macro-institutional change and corporate governance in emerging economies. All-Academy Theme symposium (with Seth A, Chi T, Puffer S). Academy of Management, Aug. 2015, Vancouver, Canada.

Selected Media Appearances