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									                                            REKHA KRISHNAN

School Address:                                                        Home Address:
WMC 4353, Dept. of International Business                              905A-4266 Grange Street,
Faculty of Business Administration                                     Burnaby, BC
Simon Fraser University                                                Canada V5H 1P1
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1S6
Ph: 001-604-291-3047
rekha underscore krishnan at sfu dot ca


EDUCATION

PhD in Business (March 2006)
Tilburg University, CentER Graduate School, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Thesis Title: ‘When is trust produced and when does it matter? Taking a closer look at trust and alliance
              performance’.
Thesis Committee: Profs. Niels Noorderhaven (Chair), Jean-Francois Hennart, Andrew Inkpen
                   & Xavier Martin
        Best Dissertation Proposal Award at European International Business Academy (2001)
        One of the three finalists of the Gunnar Hedlund Best Dissertation Award (2006)

Master’s in Business Economics (August 1997-January 2000, Distinction with Second Rank)
Tilburg University and Cochin University of Science and Technology
      Thesis Title: ‘The Role of Trust in Networks’
Thesis written and submitted at Tilburg University, The Netherlands, as exchange student from India

B.A. in Economics (June 1994 - July 1997, Distinction with Third Rank)
Calicut University, Calicut, Kerala, India

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Interorganizational Trust, Alliance performance, Alliance governance, Emerging markets

AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

                         One of the three finalists of the Gunnar Hedlund Best Dissertation Award
  2006                   awarded by IIB Stockholm

                         Wendy McDonald Fellowship granted by Simon Fraser University, Canada
  2005
                         Philip Law Case Writing Scholarship granted by the European Case
  2002                   Clearing House (ECCH), Cranfield, UK

                         Best Thesis Proposal Award awarded by the European International Business
  2001                   Academy at its annual Conference held in Paris

                         University Second Rank Holder for Masters’ degree program in Business
  2000                   Economics, Cochin University of Science & Technology, Kerala, India

                         Jan Tinbergen Scholarship awarded by NUFFIC, The Netherlands
  1999
                         University Third Rank Holder for Bachelors’ degree program in Economics,
  1997
                         University of Calicut, Kerala, India

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WORK UNDER REVIEW AND IN PROGRESS FOR JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS


Krishnan, R & Noorderhaven, N. ‘How and When Does Governance Flexibility Influence Trust in
International Strategic Alliances? An Empirical Study’. Work in progress for submission to Organization
Science.


PUBLICATIONS


Krishnan, R., Martin, X., & Noorderhaven, N. 2006 ‘When does trust matter to alliance performance?’
Academy of Management Journal, 49 (5)

Krishnan, R. 2003. Effects of structural conditions and process characteristics on alliance outcome. In
Nagao, D.H. (Ed.), Proceedings of the Annual Academy of Management Meetings, Seattle: Academy
of Management, pp. IM: A1-IM:A6.

Krishnan, R. 2001. Human Resources Practices and the Bottom Line in Russian Subsidiaries. Research Brief.
Academy of Management Executive, 15 (4): 134-


TEACHING PUBLICATIONS: CASES


Krishnan, R. 2003. Making Well and Making Profit: A Biotechnology Drug Dispute In India. ECCH Case
Study 703-004-1. European Case Clearing House: Cranfield, 21 pp.

Krishnan, R. 2002. Dancing with Strangers. Case Study. The Smart Manager, January issue
(Indian Practitioner Journal. Editorial board members include Professors Sumantra Ghoshal (deceased),
Nitin Nohria).

Krishnan, R. 2002. ‘Hidden Battleground’ Case Study, The Smart Manager, April issue.


REFEREED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Papers Based on My Dissertation

Krishnan, R & Noorderhaven, N. 2004. ‘How and When Does Governance Flexibility Influence Trust in
International Strategic Alliances? An Empirical Study’.
     Academy of Management Meeting, New Orleans (Organization & Management Theory
         Division)
     Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Stockholm (Competitive session)

Krishnan, R & Cunha, P. 2004. ‘A Meta-analysis on Alliance Performance’
     Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Stockholm (Competitive session)

Krishnan, R & Noorderhaven, N. 2003.‘Effects of structural conditions and process characteristics on
alliance outcome’.
      Academy of Management Meeting, Seattle (International Management Division)
      Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Monterey (Competitive session)


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       European International Business Academy, Athens (2002 December)

Krishnan, R & Noorderhaven, N.2001.‘Alliance outcomes: The moderating effect of process’ (conceptual
paper).
     Academy of Management Meeting, Washington DC (Organization Management
        Theory Division)
     European International Business Academy (EIBA), Maastricht (2000 December)

Additional Research Projects

Srinivasan, K, Krishnan, Rekha. & Krishnan, Rajiv. 2005. ‘Simulating trust restoration behavior and its
consequences for strategic alliance outcomes’.

       Academy of Management Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii (Organization Management
        Theory Division).

Eapen, A. & Krishnan, R. 2004. ‘Confirm or Rebel – Does keeping to the Rules Enhance Firm
Performance’.
     Academy of Management Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii (International Management Division)
     Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Stockholm (Competitive session)

Krishnan, R & Noorderhaven, N. 2002.‘Collaboration across borders: Benefits to firms in an emerging
economy.
     Academy of Management Meeting, Denver (International Management Division)
     Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Puerto Rico (Competitive
       session)
     Christian Albrechts Universität Kiel, Germany (Invited.)

Noorderhaven, N & Krishnan, R. 2000. ‘Can less developed countries promote industrial development
through foreign direct investments? A network perspective’
     European Network on Industrial Policy (EUNIP), Tilburg University, The Netherlands
     International seminar on ‘From Isolation to Networking’, Cochin University of Science &
        Technology, Kerala, India

INVITED SEMINARS

Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, March, 2004
Simon Fraser University, November 2004
Rutgers Business School, December 2004
Kansas University, December 2004
Schulich School of Business, York University, December 2004
HEC-Paris, January 2005

REVIEWING ACTIVITIES

Ad-hoc reviewer for
    MIR (Management International Review)
    EMR (European Management Review)
    JBR (Journal of Business Research)
    JWB (Journal of World Business)
    AMR (Academy of Management Review)


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       Organization Science
       Annual Academy of International Business Meetings
       Annual Academy of Management Meetings


TEACHING EXPERIENCE


Masters’ Course: International Management at the Department of Organization & Strategy, Tilburg
University, The Netherlands (co-taught) Fall 2002, 2003


Masters’ Course: Integrated Business Economics at the Department of Organization & Strategy, Tilburg
University, The Netherlands (assisted) Fall 2000

Masters’ Course: Industrial Organization at the Department of Applied Economics, Cochin University of
Science & Technology, Kerala, India (assisted)


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE


Supervising Masters’ Theses at the Department of Organization & Strategy, Tilburg University, The
Netherlands

Participating in defense committees of Master’s theses at the Department of Organization & Strategy,
Tilburg University, The Netherlands


CONSULTING EXPERIENCE


Assisted Gita Piramal, India’s ace Business Historian in a consulting project on Strategic Alliance in 2001


MEDIA APPEARANCES AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS

‘Strategic Alliances: Performing Together, Staying Apart’. Panelist, EFACT Conference, 2000

Transfer-a nuffic magazine (April 2002), EIBA News Letter (May, 2002), Univers, The Hindu,
Mathrubhumi, Malayala Manorama, Young World, Youth Express, Chandrika, All India Radio,
Doordharshan-Indian National TV Channel etc.

REFERENCES

Upon request




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