Horse T. Morse Associate Professor; Faculty of Strategy
Ph.D Strategic Management - Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota (1999)
M.B.A. - University of Manitoba (1993)
B.A. Accounting - University of Manitoba (1983)
The teaching of strategic management
The role of radical management theory and virtue theory on management practices
Sustainability, including non-financial reporting and ESG investing
Bell, G. G., and Sweetman, A. (forthcoming). Looking at resilience with a new eye: A nomological network and model. Journal of Applied Business and Economics.
Bell, G. G. (2021). Making Sustainability Personal: An experiential semester-long project to enhance students’ understanding of sustainability. Management Teaching Review.
Bell G., & Rochford, L. (2020). Identifying and Understanding the Core Concepts in Strategic Management. 22(11), 12-24.
Zhang, F., Zhang, H., & Bell, G. G. (2019). Corporate religiosity and individual decision on conducting entrepreneurial activity: The contingent effects of institutional environments in China. Asia Pacific Journal of Management.
Reinsch, R. W., Bell, G. G., & Roline, A. C. (2019). Exploring the Case for Expanded Remote Texter Liability for Employers. The Business, Entrepreneurship & Tax Law Review, 3(1).
Bell, G.G., Liang, X., and Lu, L. (2017). “The strategic alliance game: Bringing alliances to life,” Management Teaching Review, 3(3):229-240.
Bell, G.G. and L. Rochford (2016). “Rediscovering SWOT’s integrative nature: A new understanding of an old framework,” International Journal of Management Education, 14:310-326.
Bell, G.G. and J. David (2015). “What if corporate governance fostered executive dignity,” Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 17(4):30-45.
Bell, G., Deng, S. (2013). Beyond clusters: How regional geographic signature affects firm value and risk. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 30(2), 71-85. Runner up for 2013 best paper at CJAS.
Bell, G., Lai, F., Li, D. (2012). Firm orientation, community of practice, and Internet-enabled interfirm communication: Evidence from Chinese firms. Journal of Strategic Information Systems.
Bell, G., Dyck, B. (2012). Conventional resource-based theory and its radical alternative: A less materialistic and individualistic approach to strategy. Journal of Business Ethics, 99(Supplement 1), 121-130.