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									                                      Esra Memili, PhD
                                    Assistant Professor
                   Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality and Tourism
                        Bryan School of Business and Economics
                       University of North Carolina at Greensboro
                                         370 Bryan
                                       P.O. Box 26170
                                Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
                          Tel. (336) 334-4532 Fax (336) 334-5580
                                   e_memili@uncg.edu



Education

      Doctoral Degree – Mississippi State University (Graduation – August 2011)

       Dissertation Title: Control-Enhancing Corporate Governance Mechanisms: Family versus
       Nonfamily Publicly Traded Firms*

       Dissertation Final Defense: Successfully defended - July 1, 2011

       Dissertation Committee: Dr. James J. Chrisman (Dissertation Chair), Dr. Tim Barnett, Dr.
       Daniel Holt, Dr. Franz W. Kellermanns, and Dr. Robert Otondo

       *2012 Family Firm Institute - Best Quantitative Dissertation Award Winner

      Master of Business Administration – Edgewood College, Madison, WI, 1998

      Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Finance with Highest Standing at Graduation –
       Marmara University, Istanbul, 1996

      Exchange Student (Full Scholarship in Business Administration) – Carroll College,
       Waukesha, WI, 1995-1996

Academic Experience

      Assistant Professor in Department of Business Administration, Bryan School of Business
       and Economics, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, August 2011-Present

      Research Assistant for the Director, Dr. James J. Chrisman - Center of Family Enterprise
       Research, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS, 2007-2011

      Courses Taught:

       ENT342 International Entrepreneurship and ENT336 Opportunities to Action: Business
       Plan Writing, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, August 2011-Present

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       Entrepreneurship, Business Policy, and Organizational Communications- Mississippi State
       University, Mississippi State, MS, 2009-2011

Publications - Peer Reviewed Journal Articles (7)

      Chang, E. P. C., Misra, K., & Memili, E. Forthcoming. Expanding the notion of
       entrepreneurship capital in American counties: A panel data analysis of 2002-2007.
       Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, September 2012.

      Memili, E., Misra, K., & Chrisman, J. J. Forthcoming. Family involvement and the use of
       corporate governance provisions protecting controlling versus non-controlling owners.
       Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, 9(3), Fall 2012.

      Memili, E., Chrisman, J.J., Chang, E. P. C. & Kellermanns, F. W. 2011. Der Einfluß von
       Marktorientierung und innerfamiliären Nachfolgeintentionen auf die Wettbewerbsposition
       von Kleinunternehmen [The influence of market orientation and intra-family succession
       intentions on the competitive positioning of small firms]. Betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung
       und Praxis (Family Firm Special Issue), 63(6): 606-627.

      Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., & Chua, J. 2011. Transaction costs and outsourcing decisions
       in small and medium sized family firms. Family Business Review, 24(1): 47-61.

      Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., Chua, J. H., Chang, E. P.C., & Kellermanns, F. W. 2011. The
       determinants of family firms’ subcontracting: A transaction cost perspective. Journal of
       Family Business Strategy, 2(1): 26-33.

      Memili, E., Eddleston, K. A., Kellermanns, F. W., Zellweger, T. M., & Barnett, T. 2010. The
       Critical Path to Family Firm Success through Entrepreneurial Risk Taking and Image.
       Journal of Family Business Strategy, 1(4): 200-209.

      Chang, E. P. C., Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., Kellermanns, F. W., & Chua, J. H. 2009.
       Family Social Capital, Venture Preparedness, and Start-Up Decisions: A Study of Hispanic
       Entrepreneurs in New England. Family Business Review, 22(3): 279-292.

Publications - Academy Proceedings (1)

      Memili, E. & Barnett, T. 2008. Nonfamily employees’ perceptions of person-organization fit
       and voluntary turnover in family firms. Best Paper Proceedings of Academy of
       Management.

Publications - Book Chapters (3)

      Scifres, E. L., Chrisman, J. J., & Memili, E. Forthcoming. Strategic renewal and firm
       performance: Implications of incremental versus radical change after environmental
       upheavals. In S. Zahra (Ed.), Handbook of Corporate Entrepreneurship. Edward Elgar
       Publishing.




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      Memili, E., Lumpkin, G. T., & Dess, G. G. 2010. Entrepreneurial orientation: The driving
       force for corporate entrepreneurship. In P. Mazzola & F. W. Kellermanns (Eds.), Handbook
       of Strategy Process Research. Edward Elgar Publishing.

      Memili, E., Eddleston, K. A., Zellweger, T. M., Kellermanns, F. W., & Barnett, T. 2010. The
       importance of looking toward the future and building on the past: Entrepreneurial risk
       taking and image in family firms. In A. Stewart, G. T. Lumpkin & J. Katz (Eds.), Advances
       in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth, Vol. 12.

Publications – Other Conference Proceedings (21)

      Memili, E., Misra, K., Chrisman, J. J., & Welsh, D. H. B. 2012. Internationalization of
       Publicly Traded Family Firms: A Transaction Cost Theory Perspective and Longitudinal
       Analysis. Paper accepted at Family Enterprise Research Conference 2012, Montreal,
       Canada. Paper published in the proceedings.

      Fang, H., & Memili, E. 2012. Strategic Responses of Family Firms to External Institutional
       Pressures: An Institutional Theory Perspective. Paper accepted at Family Enterprise
       Research Conference 2012, Montreal, Canada. Paper published in the proceedings.

      Fang, H., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2012. Performance heterogeneity in family versus
       non-family firms: A state-level empirical analysis. Paper accepted at Family Enterprise
       Research Conference 2012, Montreal, Canada. Paper published in the proceedings.

      Fang, H., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2012. Foreign venture presence and domestic
       entrepreneurship: A macro level study. Paper accepted at USASBE conference, New
       Orleans, LA, 2012. Paper published in the proceedings.

      Fang, H., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2012. The prevalence of family firms by industry: A
       transaction cost theory perspective and longitudinal analysis. Paper accepted at USASBE
       conference, New Orleans, LA, 2012. Paper published in the proceedings.

      Welsh, D. H. B., Memili, E., Al-Sadoon, A. 2012. Saudi women entrepreneurs: A growing
       economic segment. Paper accepted at USASBE conference, New Orleans, LA, 2012.
       Paper published in the proceedings.

      Misra, K., Memili, E., & Welsh, D. H. B. 2012. The determinants of venture creation time:
       A cross-country perspective. Paper accepted at the Kauffman International Research and
       Policy Roundtable 2012, Liverpool, United Kingdom. Paper published in the proceedings.

      Fang, H., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2012. Family firms’ professionalization by industry.
       Paper accepted at Small Business Institute conference, San Antonio, TX, 2012. Paper
       published in the proceedings.

      Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., & Misra, K. 2012. Corporate governance provisions enhancing
       controlling owners' voting rights in family firms: A panel data analysis. Paper accepted and
       selected as Best Doctoral Paper in the Entrepreneurship / InformationTechnology /
       Innovation track at the Southern Management Association 2011 meeting, Savannah, GA,
       2011. Paper published in the proceedings.



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   Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., & Misra, K. 2011. Family involvement and the use of corporate
    governance provisions protecting controlling versus noncontrolling owners. Paper
    accepted at the Southern Management Association 2011 meeting, Savannah, GA, 2011.
    Paper published in the proceedings.

   Zellweger, T., Kellermanns, F. W., Eddleston, K., & Memili, E. 2011. Differentiation
    through family firm image. Paper accepted at International Family Enterprise Research
    Academy meeting, Sicily, Italy. Paper published in the proceedings.

   Memili, E., Misra, K., Chrisman, J. J., & Chang, E. P. C. 2011. An empirical analysis of the
    antecedents of nonfamily managers' incentive compensation in family firms. Paper
    published at the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
    meeting proceedings, Hilton Head, SC.

   Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2010. Control enhancing corporate governance mechanisms:
    Family versus non-family publicly traded firms. Paper published at Southern Management
    Association meeting proceedings.

   Chang, E. P. C., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2010. Does innovation matter to achieve
    entrepreneurial success? Paper presented at the United States Association for Small
    Business and Entrepreneurship Meeting, Nashville, TN. Paper published in the
    proceedings.

   Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., Chang, E. P. C., & Lueg, J. 2009. The influence of market
    orientation and intra-family succession intentions on the marketing strategies of small
    firms. Paper presented at Southern Management Association meeting, Asheville, NC.
    Paper published in the proceedings.

   Memili, E., Chang, E. P. C., & Kellermanns, F. W. 2009. The determinants of role conflict
    in family firms: A stewardship theory perspective. Paper presented at International Family
    Enterprise Research Academy meeting, Limassol, Cyprus. Paper published in the
    proceedings.

   Memili, E., & Chang, E. P. C. 2009. Family members’ role conflict in family firms. Paper
    presented at the USASBE Meeting, Anaheim, CA. Paper published in the proceedings.
   Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., Chang, E. P.C., & Kellermanns, F. 2009. The determinants of
    family firms’ subcontracting: A transaction cost perspective. Paper presented at the
    USASBE Meeting, Anaheim, CA. Paper published in the proceedings.

   Memili, E. 2008. Nonfamily employees’ organizational identification and attachment in
    family firms. Paper presented at the Southern Management Association Meetings, St.
    Petersburg, FL. Paper published in the proceedings.

   Memili, E. 2008. Stewardship perspective of decision quality in family firms. Paper
    presented at the International Family Enterprise Research Academy, Nyenrode,
    Netherlands. Paper published in the proceedings.

   Memili, E. 2007. Link between reciprocal altruism, position bias, politics, and decision
    quality in family firms. Paper presented at the Southern Management Association,
    Nashville, TN. Paper published in the proceedings.


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Conference Presentations (47)

      Fang, H., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2012. The Structural Effects of Foreign Ventures
       on Domestic Entrepreneurship: A Cross-Country Panel Data Analysis. Paper accepted at
       Academy of Management meeting 2012, Boston, MA.

      Fang, H., Memili, E., Randolph, V. D. G. R., Chrisman, J. J., & Barnett, T. 2012. Family
       Succession and Employment of Non-family Managers: The Moderation Effects of
       Transgenerational Succession Intentions. Paper accepted at Academy of Management
       meeting 2012, Boston, MA.

      Memili, E., Misra, K., Chrisman, J. J., & Welsh, D. H. B. 2012. Internationalization of
       Publicly Traded Family Firms: A Transaction Cost Theory Perspective and Longitudinal
       Analysis. Paper presented at Family Enterprise Research Conference 2012, Montreal,
       Canada.

      Fang, H., & Memili, E. 2012. Strategic Responses of Family Firms to External Institutional
       Pressures: An Institutional Theory Perspective. Paper presented at Family Enterprise
       Research Conference 2012, Montreal, Canada.

      Fang, H., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2012. Performance heterogeneity in family versus
       non-family firms: A state-level empirical analysis. Paper presented at Family Enterprise
       Research Conference 2012, Montreal, Canada.

      Fang, H., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2012. Family firms’ professionalization: A resource-
       based view and institutional theory perspective. Paper presented at International Family
       Enterprise Research Academy 2012, Bordeaux, France.

      Memili, E., Welsh, D. H. B., & Falbe, C. 2012. Psychological Capital in Family-owned
       Franchise Firms and Firm Performance. Paper presented at International Family
       Enterprise Research Academy 2012, Bordeaux, France.

      Memili, E., & Welsh, D. H. B. 2012. Commentary on Goal Setting in Family Firms:
       Goal Diversity, Social Interactions, and Collective Commitment to Family-Centered Goals
       by Josip Kotlar and Alfredo De Massis. Commentary presented at Theories of Family
       Enterprise Conference 2012, Edmonton, Canada.

      Fang, H., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2012. Foreign venture presence and domestic
       entrepreneurship: A macro level study. Paper presented at USASBE conference, New
       Orleans, LA, 2012.

      Fang, H., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2012. The prevalence of family firms by industry: A
       transaction cost theory perspective and longitudinal analysis. Paper presented at USASBE
       conference, New Orleans, LA, 2012.



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   Welsh, D. H. B., Memili, E., & Al-Sadoon, A. 2012. Saudi women entrepreneurs: A
    growing economic segment. Paper presented at USASBE conference, New Orleans, LA,
    2012.

   Fang, H., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2012. Family firms’ professionalization by industry.
    Paper presented at Small Business Institute conference, San Antonio, TX, 2012.

   Misra, K., Memili, E., & Welsh, D. H. B. 2012. The determinants of venture creation time:
    A cross-country perspective. Paper presented at the Kauffman International Research and
    Policy Roundtable 2012, Liverpool, United Kingdom.

   Memili, E., Misra, K., Chrisman, J. J., & Chang, E. P. C. The propensity to use nonfamily
    managers’ incentive compensation in family firms. Paper presented at Academy of
    Management meeting 2011, San Antonio, TX.

   Chang, E. P. C., Misra, K., & Memili, E. Entrepreneurship capital in American counties: A
    panel data analysis. Paper presented at Academy of Management meeting 2011, San
    Antonio, TX.

   Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., & Misra, K. Corporate governance provisions enhancing
    controlling owners' voting rights in family firms: A panel data analysis. Paper presented
    and selected as Best Doctoral Paper in the Entrepreneurship / Information
    Technology / Innovation track at the Southern Management Association 2011 meeting,
    Savannah, GA, 2011.

   Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., & Misra, K. Family involvement and the use of corporate
    governance provisions protecting controlling versus noncontrolling owners. Paper
    presented at the Southern Management Association 2011 meeting, Savannah, GA, 2011.

   Memili, E., Kellermanns, F. W., Eddleston, K., Zellweger, T. M. The link between family
    firm dynamics, image, and firm performance. Paper presented at Strategic Management
    Society conference, Miami, FL, 2011.

   Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., & Misra, K. The link between corporate governance, family
    Involvement, and firm Performance. Paper presented at Family Enterprise Research
    Conference 2011.

   Zellweger, T., Kellermanns, F. W., Eddleston, K., & Memili, E. Differentiation through
    family firm image. Paper presented at International Family Enterprise Research Academy
    2011 meeting, Sicily, Italy.

   Memili, E., Misra, K., Chrisman, J. J., & Chang, E. P. C. An empirical analysis of the
    antecedents of nonfamily managers' incentive compensation in family firms. Paper
    presented at the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
    Meeting, Hilton Head, SC, 2011.


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   Memili, E., Misra, K., & Chrisman, J. J. 2010. The compensation of nonfamily managers
    and the preference for family managers in family firms: An economic analysis. Paper
    presented at Academy of Management meeting.

   Memili, E., Kellermanns, F. W., & Zellweger, T. 2010. The determinants of family owner-
    managers’ affective organizational commitment. Paper presented at Academy of
    Management meeting.

   Memili, E., Shaw, J., & Barnett, T. 2010. A stakeholder culture perspective on nonfamily
    employees’ perceptions of justice in family firms. Paper presented at Academy of
    Management meeting.

   Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2010. Control enhancing corporate governance mechanisms:
    Family versus non-family publicly traded firms. Paper accepted at 2010 Southern
    Management Association meeting.

   Memili, E., Misra, K., & Chrisman, J. J. 2010. The determinants of nonfamily managers'
    compensation: An empirical analysis. Invited paper for presentation at the Family
    Enterprise Research Conference as Family Owned Business Institute 2009 Award and
    Grant Winner, Cancun, Mexico.

   Memili, E., Kellermanns, F. W., & Zellweger, T. M. 2010. The determinants of family
    business members' affective family firm commitment. Paper presented at the Family
    Enterprise Research Conference, Cancun, Mexico.

   Zellweger, T. M., Kellermanns, F. W., Eddleston, K., & Memili, E. 2010. Linking family firm
    image to performance: How family firms build trust to foster success. Paper presented at
    the Family Enterprise Research Conference, Cancun, Mexico.

   Chang, E. P. C., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2010. Does innovation matter to achieve
    entrepreneurial success? Paper presented at the United States Association for Small
    Business and Entrepreneurship Meeting, Nashville, TN.
   Memili, E., Eddleston, K. A, Zellweger, T. M., Kellermanns, F. W., & Barnett, T. 2009.
    Corporate Entrepreneurship and Image in Family Firms. Paper presented at Academy of
    Management meeting, Chicago, IL.

   Memili, E., & Shaw, J. 2009. Family Influence and Nonfamily Employees' Perceptions of
    Justice: Normative Stakeholder Perspective. Paper presented at Academy of Management
    meeting, Chicago, IL.

   Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., Chang, E. P. C., & Lueg, J. 2009. The influence of market
    orientation and intra-family succession intentions on the marketing strategies of small
    firms. Paper presented at Southern Management Association meeting, Asheville, NC.

   Memili, E., Chang, E. P. C., & Kellermanns, F. W. 2009. The determinants of role conflict
    in family firms: A stewardship theory perspective. Paper presented at International Family
    Enterprise Research Academy meeting, Limassol, Cyprus.



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   Memili, E., & Shaw, J. 2009. Stakeholder perspective on nonfamily employees'
    perceptions of justice in family firms. Paper presented and selected for Business Ethics
    Quarterly Special Issue Publication Workshop at Family Enterprise Research Conference,
    Winnipeg, Canada.

   Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., Chua, J. H., Kellermanns, F. W., & Chang, E. P. C. 2009. The
    link between transaction cost factors and family firms' efficient boundaries. Paper
    presented at Family Enterprise Research Conference, Winnipeg, Canada.

   Memili, E., & Misra, K. 2009. An economic tournament model of nonfamily managers'
    compensation in family firms. Paper presented at Family Enterprise Research Conference,
    Winnipeg, Canada.

   Memili, E., & Misra, K., & Chrisman, J. J. 2009. An economic tournament model of
    nonfamily managers' compensation in family firms. Paper presented at Mississippi State
    University Graduate Student Association Research Symposium, Starkville, MS.
   Memili, E., & Chang, E. P. C. 2009. Family members’ role conflict in family firms. Paper
    presented at the USASBE Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

   Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., Chang, E. P.C., & Kellermanns, F. 2009. The determinants of
    family firms’ subcontracting: A transaction cost perspective. Paper presented at the
    USASBE Meeting, Anaheim, CA.

   Memili, E. 2008. Nonfamily employees’ organizational identification and attachment in
    family firms. Paper presented at the Southern Management Association Meetings, St.
    Petersburg, FL.

   Chang, E. P.C., Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., Chua, J. H., & Kellermanns, F. W. 2008.
    Venture preparation and business creation: Does family help? A report of Hispanics in the
    U. S. Paper presented at the Family Capital, Family Business, and Free Enterprise
    conference, Minneapolis, MN.

   Memili, E. 2008. Stewardship perspective of decision quality in family firms. Paper
    presented at the International Family Enterprise Research Academy, Nyenrode,
    Netherlands.

   Memili, E. & Chrisman, J. J. 2008. A transaction cost perspective on family firms’
    outsourcing decisions. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Meetings,
    Anaheim, CA.

   Memili, E. & Barnett, T. 2008. Nonfamily employees’ perceptions of person-organization fit
    and voluntary turnover in family firms. Selected for Best Paper Proceedings. Paper
    presented at the Academy of Management Meetings, Anaheim, CA.

   Chang, E. P. C., Memili, E., & Chrisman, J. J. 2008. Venture preparation and business
    creation: Does family help? A report of Hispanics in the U. S. Paper presented at the
    Academy of Management Meetings, Anaheim, CA.

   Memili, E., Chang, E. P. C., Chrisman, J. J., & Kellermanns, F. W. 2008. The role of family
    support on the process of venture preparation and business creation. Paper presented at
    the Family Enterprise Research Conference, Milwaukee, WI.


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      Memili, E. 2007. Link between reciprocal altruism, position bias, politics, and decision
       quality in family firms. Paper presented at the Southern Management Association,
       Nashville, TN.

Grant / Funded Research

      Memili, E. 2012. The impact of family involvement on the critical path from innovativeness
       to entrepreneurial success. Business Administration Scholars Program, UNCG, 2011-2012
       $5,000 Research Grant Winner.

      Fang, H., Memili, E., Randolph, V. D. G. R., Chrisman, J. J., & Barnett, T. 2012. Family
       firms’ professionalization and succession intentions. Family Owned Business Institute
       Research Scholars Award and $5,000 Research Grant Winner invited to present at FERC
       2013, Vina del Mar, Chile.

      Memili, E. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, New Faculty Mentoring Program
       2012-2013 $1,000 Mini-Grant Winner.

      Memili, E & Welsh, D. H. 2011. Does psychological capital affect family firm
       innovativeness and performance? University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Bryan
       School of Business and Economics, Dean’s Research Scholar Program $3,000 Research
       Grant Winner.

      Memili, E. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, New Faculty Mentoring Program
       2011-2012 $500 Mini-Grant Winner.

      Memili, E., Misra, K., & Chrisman, J. J. 2009. Nonfamily managers' compensation in family
       firms: Tournament and game theory perspectives. Family Owned Business Institute
       Research Scholars Award and $5,000 Research Grant Winner.

Honors and Awards

      Memili, E. 2012. Control-enhancing Corporate Governance Mechanisms: Family versus
       Non-family Publicly Traded Firms. Family Firm Institute - Best Quantitative Dissertation
       Award Winner invited to attend 2012 Family Firm Institute meeting, Brussels, Belgium.

      Memili, E. 2012. The impact of family involvement on the critical path from innovativeness
       to entrepreneurial success. Business Administration Scholars Program, UNCG, 2011-
       2012, $5,000 Research Grant Winner.

      Fang, H., Memili, E., Randolph, V. D. G. R., Chrisman, J. J., & Barnett, T. 2012. Family
       firms’ professionalization and succession intentions. Family Owned Business Institute
       Research Scholars Award and $5,000 Research Grant Winner invited to present at
       FERC 2013, Vina del Mar, Chile.



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   University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Bryan School of Business and Economics, 2011-
    2012 Dean’s Research Scholar Program Grant Recipient. Research proposal: Memili,
    E. & Welsh, D.H. Does psychological capital affect family firm innovativeness and
    performance?

   University of North Carolina-Greensboro, 2012 Kohler International Travel Fund
    Recipient.

   Memili, E. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, New Faculty Mentoring Program
    2012-2013 $1,000 Mini-Grant Winner.

   University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Office of Research and Economic Development,
    2012 Recipient of Scholars’ Travel Fund.

   University of North Carolina-Greensboro, New Faculty Mentoring Program, 2011 New
    Faculty Mentoring Program Mini-Grant Recipient.

   University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Office of Research and Economic Development,
    2011 Recipient of Scholars’ Travel Fund.

   Memili, E., Chrisman, J. J., & Misra, K. Corporate governance provisions enhancing
    controlling owners' voting rights in family firms: A panel data analysis. Best Doctoral
    Paper Award 2011 Winner in the Entrepreneurship / Information Technology /
    Innovation track at the Southern Management Association 2011 meeting, Savannah, GA,
    2011.

   Mississippi State University, College of Business, Doctoral Research Award 2011
    Winner.

   Mississippi State University, College of Business, Doctoral Research Award 2010
    Winner.
   Mississippi State University, Office of the VP of Research, College of Business, Doctoral
    Research Award 2009 Winner.
   Family Owned Business Institute Research Scholar Award and $5,000 Research
    Grant 2009 Winner. Research proposal: Memili, E., Misra, K., & Chrisman, J. J.
    Nonfamily managers' compensation in family firms: Tournament and game theory
    perspectives.
   United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship 2009 Meeting
    PhD Student Scholarship Winner.
   Paper selected for and published in the Academy of Management meeting Best Paper
    Proceedings: Memili, E. & Barnett, T. Nonfamily employees’ perceptions of person-
    organization fit and voluntary turnover in family firms. Paper presented at the Academy of
    Management Meetings, Anaheim, CA, 2008.


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Professional Activities

      Editorial Review             Family Business Review, 2012
       Board Member

      Editorial Review             Journal of Family Business Strategy, 2012
       Board Member

      Invited Speaker              Hamburg Institute of Family Owned Business, 2012
                                    Second Annual International Academic Symposium
                                    Hamburg, Germany

      Competitive Papers           Social Entrepreneurship Track, Small Business Institute
       Track Chair                  meeting, 2012

      Invited Speaker &            Family Enterprise Research Conference, 2012
       Commentator on Presentations Doctoral Student Consortium
                                    Montreal, Canada

      UNCG Entrepreneurship        UNCG, 2011-Present
       Cross-Disciplinary Program
       Advisory Board Member

      UNCG Business Administration UNCG, 2012
       Scholars Program
       Research Proposal Evaluation
       Committee Member

      Reviewer                     Family Business Review, 2009-Present

      Reviewer                     Journal of Small Business Management, 2012

      Reviewer                     Journal of Family Business Strategy, 2011-Present

      Reviewer                     Journal of Family Business Management, 2011

      Reviewer                     International Small Business Journal, 2011

      Reviewer                     Management Research Review, 2011-Present

      Reviewer                     Journal of Business Research, 2010-Present

      Reviewer                     Small Business Institute Meeting, 2011

      Session Facilitator          USASBE Meeting, 2010


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      Ad Hoc Reviewer          Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 2009 and 2011

      Ad Hoc Reviewer          International Journal of Management Reviews, 2009-Present

      Reviewer                 Family Enterprise Research Conference, 2009-Present

      Reviewer                 Academy of Management Meeting, 2008-Present

      Reviewer                 Southern Management Association Meeting, 2008-Present

      Reviewer                 Small Business Institute Meeting, 2011

      Reviewer                 International Family Enterprise Research Academy, 2008

      Discussant               Southern Management Association Meeting, 2007

      Judge                    Arkansas State University, College of Business, Business Plan

                                Contest 2011

      Judge                    Arkansas State University, College of Business, Business Idea

                                Contest 2010

Other Professional Activities

      Host-Doctoral Student Consortium         Academy of Management Meeting, 2012

      Entrepreneurship New                     Academy of Management Meeting, 2011
       Faculty Consortium Fellow

      Host-Doctoral Student Consortium         Academy of Management Meeting, 2011

      Consortium Fellow and                    USASBE Meeting, 2009
       PhD Student Scholarship Winner

      Consortium Fellow                        Academy of Management Meeting, 2008

      Consortium Fellow                        Southern Management Association Meeting,
                                                2006

Professional Services

      Executive Committee Member and Treasurer Re-elected, Mississippi State University,
       College of Business, PhD Student Association, 2009-2010

      Treasurer, Mississippi State University, College of Business, PhD Student Association,
       2008-2009

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Professional Associations

      Academy of Management

      Southern Management Association

      United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship




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