Carroll School of Management
Boston College, Fulton Hall 430
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Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
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Sengul, M. & Obloj, T. 2017. Better safe than sorry: Subsidiary performance feedback and internal governance in multiunit firms. Journal of Management, forthcoming.
Battilana, J., Sengul, M., Pache, A.-C., & Model, J. 2015. Harnessing productive tensions in hybrid organizations: The case of work integration social enterprises. Academy of Management Journal, 58(6): 1658-1685.
Sengul, M. & Dimitriadis, S. 2015. Multimarket competition. Journal of Organization Design, 4(3): 18-30.
Sengul, M. & Gimeno, J. 2013. Constrained delegation: Limiting subsidiaries' decision rights and resources in firms that compete across multiple industries. Administrative Science Quarterly, 58(3): 420-471.
Obloj, T. & Sengul, M. 2012. Incentive life-cycles: Learning and the division of value in firms. Administrative Science Quarterly, 57(2): 305-347.
AOM HR Division's Scholarly Achievement Award, Finalist
Sengul, M., Gimeno, J., & Dial, J. 2012. Strategic delegation: A review, theoretical integration, and research agenda. Journal of Management, 38(1): 375-414.
An earlier version received: Honorable Mention, McKinsey/SMS Best Conference Prize
Battilana, J., Gilmartin, M., Sengul, M., Pache, A.-C., & Alexander, J. 2010. Leadership competences for implementing planned organizational change. Leadership Quarterly, 21(3): 422-438.
Battilana, J., Anteby, M., & Sengul, M. 2010. The circulation of ideas across academic communities: When locals re-import exported ideas. Organization Studies, 31(6): 695-713.
Rangan, S. & Sengul, M. 2009. The influence of macro structure in the international realm: IGO interconnectedness, export dependence, and immigration links in the foreign market performance of transnational firms. Administrative Science Quarterly, 54(2): 229-267.
An earlier version was nominated for: Carolyn Dexter Best International Paper Award
Rangan, S. & Sengul, M. 2009. Information technology and transnational integration: Theory & evidence on the evolution of modern multinational enterprise. Journal of International Business Studies, 40 (9, JIBS40/AIB50 Anniversary Issue: Innovations in International Business Theory): 1496-1514.
Winner of Emerald Citation of Excellence Award for one of the top 50 management articles published in 2009 in the field of business and management
Yu, T., Sengul, M., & Lester, R.H. 2008. Misery loves company: The spread of negative impacts resulting from an organizational crisis. Academy of Management Review, 33(2): 452-472.
Sengul, M. 2008. Essays on Delegation and Control in Multi-Unit Firms. Doctoral Dissertation, INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France.
Wiley-Blackwell Outstanding Dissertation Award in Business Policy and Strategy, Finalist
Battilana, J. & Sengul, M. 2006. Interorganizational cooperation between not-for-profit organizations: A relational analysis. In O. Kyriakidou & M. Ozbilgin (Eds.), Relational Perspectives in Organizational Studies: A Research Companion: 197-220. Edward Elgar.
Papers that appeared in conference best paper proceedings
are listed in my CV.