Call for GSJ Co-Editor Nominations

Nomination Deadline: May 31, 2019

The Strategic Management Society and Wiley are seeking nominations for a Co-Editor position at the Global Strategy Journal (GSJ). GSJ, founded in 2011, is the leading journal on global strategic management research. It aims to shape the direction of conversations on the interaction between the global context and the strategy and strategic management of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. The global strategic management domain encompasses the strategic management, organization, and success of multinational organizations; the bidirectional interaction of the global business environment and organizational strategies; comparative strategies in different national settings; and the comparative effect of regional and national contexts on the strategies of domestic and multinational organizations.

This Call for Nominations reflects the end of the term of Co-Editor Torben Pedersen. The new Co-Editor of GSJ will be appointed for a renewable three-year term and will assume duties in January 2020. Co-Editors Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra and Ram Mudambi are up for reappointment to a second term.

Each nominee should have the following qualifications:

Nominations, including self-nominations, will be accepted until May 31, 2019. Nominations should include (in PDF format):

Please note that we will accept most nomination materials after May 31, provided that the nominee’s statement of interest is submitted by the deadline.

The GSJ Co-Editor search committee of the SMS will review nominations, select, and recommend the appointment of the Co-Editor(s) to the SMS Board and Wiley no later than September 2019. Members of the search committee include members of the SMS Board and Co-Editors of the SMS journals.

Please email nomination(s) to the GSJ Editorial Office to the attention of GSJ Managing Editor Lisa Hein at [log in to unmask].


Professor of Global Strategy, Northeastern University

Co-editor, Global Strategy Journal

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Recent articles:

Clarifying the relationships between institutions and global strategy, Global Strategy Journal

Frugality based advantage, Long Range Planning

Pro-market institutions and global strategy: The pendulum of pro-market reforms and reversals, Journal of International Business Studies

State ownership and international expansion: The S‐Curve relationship, Global Strategy Journal


Recent books: 

Mexican Multinationals: Building Multinationals in Emerging Markets. Cambridge University Press

State-Owned Multinationals: Governments in Global Business. Palgrave  


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