Joanna Campbell

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Joanna Campbell, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Management

3338 Carl H. Lindner Hall

513-556-5791

Joanna T. Campbell is an Associate Professor of Management at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati and a Research Affiliate at the University of Notre Dame. She holds a Ph.D. in Strategic Management from Texas A&M University. She was previously on faculty at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, and served as a Representative at Large for the Strategic Management Society Stakeholder Strategy Interest Group (IG). Her research interests include top executive characteristics and their effects on organizational outcomes, corporate governance, stakeholder strategy, and configurational methods (e.g., fuzzy set analysis). Her work has been published in several outlets, including the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Business Ethics, Research Policy, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, and Organizational Research Methods. She serves on the editorial review boards of Academy of Management Journal and Journal of Management.

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Teaching Interest
Strategic Management; Research Methods

Research Interest
Strategic Leadership (CEOs and Top Management Teams); Corporate Governance; Stakeholder Strategy; Configurational Methods and Theory

Awards | Honors
Organization: Academy of Management Journal
Name: AMJ Editorial Board Outstanding Reviewer Award
Year Received: 2018

Organization: Lindner College of Business
Name: Lindner Research Excellence Emerging Scholar Award
Year Received: 2017

Education
Institution: Texas A&M University
Major: Strategic Management
Completed: 2012
Degree: Ph D

Institution: Arizona State University
Major: Economics
Completed: 2005
Degree: BS

Institution: Arizona State University
Major: Finance
Completed: 2005
Degree: BS

Published Contributions
B Solomon, Joanna Campbell, (2019). Sails versus Anchors: Spousal personality configurations and (female) career success. Seventy‑eighth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

Rhett Brymer, Joanna Campbell, Martin Ganco, David Kryscynski,  (2018). Escaping Our Silos? Integrating Strategic Human Capital with Other Interest Groups. Strategic Management Society.

H Biligili, J Campbell, A Ellstrand, J Johnson,  (2017). Riding off into the sunset: Organizational sensegiving, shareholder sensemaking, and reactions to CEO retirement. Journal of Management Studies, 1019–1049.

J Campbell, M Weese,  (2017). Compositional models and organizational research:  Application of a mixture model to non-experimental data in the context of CEO pay. Organizational Research Methods, 95-120.

K Haynes, J Campbell, M Hitt,  (2017). When more is not enough:  Executive greed and its influence on shareholder wealth. Journal of Management, 555-584.

G Martin, J Campbell, L Gomez-Mejia,  (2016). Family control, socioemotional wealth and earnings management in publicly traded firms. Journal of Business Ethics, 453-469.

J Campbell, D Sirmon, M Schijven,  (2016). Fuzzy logic and the market:  A configurational approach to investor perceptions of acquisition announcements. Academy of Management Journal, 163-187.

J Kish-Gephart*, J Campbell*,  (2015). You don't forget your roots:  The influence of CEO social class background on strategic risk taking. Academy of Management Journal, 1614–1636.

J Campbell, H Bilgili,  (2015). Strategic leadership. Oxford Bibliographies in Management, DOI:  10.1093/OBO/9780199846740-0084.

K Haynes, M Hitt, J Campbell,  (2015). The dark side of leadership:  Toward a mid-range theory of hubris and greed in entrepreneurial contexts. Journal of Management Studies, 479–505.

B Gilbert, J Campbell,  (2015). The geographic origins of radical technological paradigms:  A configurational study. Research Policy, 311–327.

L Gomez-Mejia, J Campbell, G Martin, R Hoskisson, M Makri, D Sirmon,  (2014). Socioemotional wealth as a mixed gamble:  Revisiting family firm R&D investments with the behavioral agency model. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 1351–1374.

J Campbell, T Campbell, D Sirmon, L Bierman, C Tuggle,  (2012). Shareholder influence over director nomination via proxy access:  Implications for agency conflict and stakeholder value. Strategic Management Journal, 1431–1451.

J Campbell, L Eden, S Miller,  (2012). Does distance matter? Multinationals and corporate social responsibility in host countries. Journal of International Business Studies, 84–106.

D Sirmon, M Hitt, J-L Arregle, J Campbell,  (2010). Capability strengths and weaknesses in dynamic markets:  Investigating the bases of temporary competitive advantage. Strategic Management Journal, 1386-1409.

E Umphress, J Campbell, J Bingham,  (2010). Paved with good intentions:  Unethical behavior conducted to benefit the organization, coworkers, and customers. In "Managerial Ethics:  Managing the Psychology of Morality". Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 127-152.

Accepted Contributions
H Bilgili, Joanna Campbell, A O'Leary-Kelly, A Ellstrand, J Johnson, (Accepted). On the role of CEO discretion and agency in the process of CEO retirement. {Dialogue}. Academy of Management Review. 

A Gabriel, Joanna Campbell, E Djurdjevic, R Johnson, C Rosen,  (Accepted). Fuzzy profiles: Comparing and contrasting latent profile analysis and fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis for person-centered research.. Organizational Research Methods.

H Biligili*, J Campbell*, A O'Leary-Kelly, A Ellstrand, J Johnson,  (Accepted). The final countdown: Regulatory focus and the phases of CEO retirement.. Academy of Management Review .

Presentations
Title: Do You See What I See? How Top Managers’ Frames Influence Shareholder Reactions.
Organization: Academy of Management
Location: Boston, MA
Year: 2019

Title: Sails versus Anchors: Spousal Personality Configurations and (Female) Career Success. 79th
Organization: Academy of Management
Location: Boston, MA
Year: 2019

Title: The Many Paths to Success: Early Resource Configurations and Venture Exit.
Organization: Strategy Science Journal
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Year: 2019

Title: Examining Workplace Support for Breastfeeding Women: A Fuzzy Set Approach.
Organization: Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Location: Maryland
Year: 2019

Title: Fast and Rigorous:  Configurational Determinants of Strategic Decision-Making Balance
Organization: Academy of Management (AOM)
Location: Chicago, IL
Year: 2018

Title: The Many Paths to Success:  Early Resource Configurations and Venture Exit
Organization: Academy of Management (AOM)
Location: Chicago
Year: 2018

Title: Pathways to the Top:  A Configurational Understanding of Female Under-representation in the Upper Echelons
Organization: European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS)
Location: Tallinn, Estonia
Year: 2018

Title: Fast and Rigorous:  Configurational Determinants of Strategic Decision-Making Balance
Organization: European Academy of Management (EURAM)
Location: Reykjavik, Iceland
Year: 2018

Title: Bundles of Resources as Recipes for Success:  Resource Configurations and the Speed to an IPO
Organization: Strategic Management Society (SMS)
Location: Houston, TX
Year: 2017

Title: Hitting the “Grass Ceiling”:  Informal Networks and Career Outcomes for Female Executives
Organization: Strategic Management Society (SMS)
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2017

Title: Multi-Method Examination of the Microfoundations of Competitive Imitation through External Knowledge Sharing
Organization: Strategic Management Society (SMS)
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2017

Title: Hitting the “Grass Ceiling”:  Informal Networks and Career Outcomes for Female Executives
Organization: American Economic Association (AEA)
Location: Chicago, IL
Year: 2017

Title: Bundles of Resources as the Building Blocks of Success:  Resource Configurations and New Venture Performance
Organization: Strategic Management Society (SMS)
Location: Berlin, Germany
Year: 2016

Title: Experiencing and Managing Personal Wealth:  Understanding Extreme Wealth and Class Work among CEOs
Organization: Academy of Management (AOM)
Location: Anaheim, CA
Year: 2016

Title: Nexus of Committees:  Boards of Directors, Intra-firm Networks, and Firm Performance
Organization: Academy of Management (AOM)
Location: Anaheim, CA
Year: 2016

Title: Pathways to the C-Suite:  Understan- ding the Impact of Social Class Origins on CEOs’ Values and Exercise of Power
Organization: European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS)
Location: Naples, Italy
Year: 2016

Title: Nexus of Committees:  Boards of Directors and Intra-firm Social Networks.
Organization: Strategic Management Society (SMS)
Location: Denver, CO
Year: 2015

Title: Paying it Forward:  Understanding the Relationship Between CEO Social Class Origins and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Organization: Academy of Management (AOM)
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Year: 2015

Title: Riding Off into the Sunset:  Shareholder Reactions to CEO Retirements.
Organization: Academy of Management (AOM)
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Year: 2015

Title: The American Dream in the Corporate Suite:  Understanding CEO Social Class and Extreme Upward Mobility.
Organization: European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS)
Location: Athens, Greece
Year: 2015

Title: Riding Off into the Sunset:  Shareholder Reactions to CEO Retirements
Organization: Strategic Management Society (SMS)
Location: Madrid, Spain
Year: 2014

Title: The Balance of Power:  Equity Ownership Structure in a Component-Mixture Model
Organization: Strategic Management Society (SMS)
Location: Madrid, Spain
Year: 2014

Title: “Hero” or “Custodian”? The Polarization of Retiring CEO Beliefs and Strategic Risk Taking
Organization: Academy of Management (AOM)
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Year: 2014

Title: Why Executives Matter:  Top Management Team’s Role in Absorptive Capacity Development
Organization: Southern Management Association (SMA)
Location: New Orleans, LA
Year: 2013

Title: Going Out with a Bang or with a Fizzle? Upper Echelons Perspective on CEO Retirement
Organization: Strategic Management Society (SMS)
Location: Atlanta, GA
Year: 2013

Title: The American Dream in the Corporate Suite:  CEO Social Class and Upward Mobility
Organization: Academy of Management (AOM)
Location: Orlando, FL
Year: 2013

Title: The Good, the Bad, and the Fuzzy:  A Configurational Approach to Acquisitions
Organization: Academy of Management (AOM)
Location: Orlando, FL
Year: 2013

Title: Pouring, not Spilling:  Why Individuals Purposefully Share Firm Private Knowledge
Organization: Organization Science
Location: Steamboat Springs, CO
Year: 2013