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Bryan T. Stinchfield

Assistant Professor of Organization Studies
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Office: HAR120

Professional Biography

Professor Bryan Stinchfield earned his Ph.D. in Organization Studies from Southern Illinois University where he focused on Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, and Organizational Performance.  Prior to entering academia, Professor Stinchfield was a pilot in the United States Army, a counter-terrorism officer, a sales representative for Pfizer, and a strategic sourcing consultant.  

Education

2009: Ph.D., Organization Studies, Southern Illinois University

2001: MBA, Strategy, University of Pittsburgh

1993: BA, Rhetorical Theory, University of Pittsburgh

Research Interests

 Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, Organizational Performance

Publications

Gavor, M., & Stinchfield, B. 2013. “Towards a theory of corruption, nepotism, and new venture creation in developing countries,” International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol. 18 (1): 1-14.

Stinchfield, B., Nelson, R., & Wood, M. 2012. “Learning from Levi-Strauss’ legacy: Art, craft, engineering, bricolage, and brokerage in entrepreneurship.” Entrepreneurship, Theory & Practice, Vol. 37 (4): 889-921.
 
Busch, T., Stinchfield, B., & Wood, M. 2011. “Rethinking sustainability, innovation, and firm performance.” In Cross-Sector Leadership for a Green Economy, edited by Alfred Marcus, Stefano Pogutz, Sanjay Sharma, & Paul Shrivastava. Palgrave-MacMillan.
 
Michalisin, M., & Stinchfield, B. 2010. “Climate change strategies and firm performance: An empirical investigation of the natural resource-based view of the firm.” Journal of Business Strategies, Vol. 27 (2): 123-149.
 
Stinchfield, B. 2009. "Stakeholders and corporate environmental decision making; The BP Whiting Refinery controversy." The CASE Journal, Vol. 6 (1): 13-26.
 
Stinchfield, B, Li, H., & Du, J. 2009. "Sustainable manufacturing strategies and organizational performance in china." International Journal of Business Research, Vol. 9(6): 7-18.
 
Stinchfield, B. 2009. "Environmental responsibility and changing power dynamics." International Journal of Sustainable Strategic Management, Vol. 1(2): 140-154.
 

Presentations

Stinchfield, B., & Ní Bhrádaigh, E. 2013. June. “Blow-ins, locals and natives: Socio-cultural embeddedness, venture capabilities, and performance.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Management, Istanbul, Turkey.

Stinchfield, B., & Ní Bhrádaigh, E. 2013. June. “Blow-ins, locals and natives: Socio-cultural embeddedness, venture capabilities, and performance.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Lyon, France.

Stinchfield, B., and Silverberg*, R. 2012. June. "Entrepreneurship, Sustainability, and Civil Disorder." Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association of Business and Society Conference, Asheville, NC.

Stinchfield, B., and Silverberg, R. 2012. April. "Entrepreneurship, Sustainability, and Civil Disorder." Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Sustainability, Ethics, and Entrepreneurship Conference, Denver, CO.
 
Gavor, M., and Stinchfield, B. 2012. June. "Effects of corruption and nepotism on new venture creation." Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association of Business and Society Conference, Asheville, NC.
 
Stinchfield, B., Nelson, R., & Wood M. 2010, June. "Entrepreneurial opportunities: Bricolage, art, craft, engineering, and brokerage." Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland.
 
Busch, T., Stinchfield, B., & Wood, M. 2010, May. "A tryptic inquiry: Rethinking sustainability, innovation and financial performance." Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Alliance for Research on Corporate Sustainability Conference, Cambridge, MA.
 
Stinchfield, B. 2008, October. “Sustainability, innovation and firm performance: An empirical inquiry.” Presented at the 2008 Southern Management Academy conference, St. Petersburg Beach, FL.
 
Stinchfield, B., & Michalisin, M. 2008, August. “Environmental attitudes and formal business education: An empirical investigation.” Presented at the 2008 Academy of Management conference, Anaheim, CA.
 
Stinchfield, B. 2008, May. “Stakeholders and corporate environmental decision making: The BP Whiting refinery controversy.” Presented at the 2008 Eastern Academy of Management conference, Washington, D.C.
 
Stinchfield, B. 2008, May. “Green manufacturing strategy and competitive advantage in China.” Presented at the 2008 Eastern Academy of Management conference, Washington, D.C.
 
Stinchfield, B., & Michalisin, M. 2007, November. “Climate change strategies and firm performance: An empirical investigation of the natural resource-based view.” Presented at the Southern Management Association, Nashville, TN.
 
Stinchfield, B. 2007, October. “Opportunism in carbon trading: Exchanging greenhouse gases and hot air.” Presented at the Midwest Academy of Management, Kansas City, MO.
 
Stinchfield, B. 2007. August. “Environmental responsibility and changing power dynamics.” Presented at the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.
 
Stinchfield, B. 2003, October. “NATO intervention and the globalization of Kosovo.” Presented at the Northwest Political Science Association, Vancouver, BC.
 

Course Information

BOS 200: Strategies for Organizing

FND 130: Natural Resources and Conflict

BOS 215: Organizational Behavior

BOS 480: Eco-preneurship