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    • LUIZ F. MESQUITA, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae Office: Home: 4701 West Thunderbird Rd. – FAB N130 8664 West Yukon Dr. Phoenix, AZ. 85306 Peoria, AZ. 85382 e-mail: mesquita@asu.edu e-mail: mesquitalf@hotmail.com Tel (602) 543 6126 Tel: (623) 561 6407 Fax (602) 543 6221 Cel: (623) 385 9577 _____________________________________________________________________________ _ EDUCATION Ph.D. Strategic Management Krannert Graduate School of Management Purdue University. Summer, 2002. Dissertation: “Operational Efficiency or Transaction Costs: Why J.I.T. Manufacturers Really Engage in Long Term Relationships”. Committee: Thomas Brush (chair); Mark Shanley; Robert Plant; Vinayek Deshpande. M.Sc. Applied Economics Department of Ag. Economics. Purdue University, IN. Summer, 1997. B.Sc. Agricultural Engineering ESALQ – Universidade de São Paulo, SP, Brazil. Fall, 1989. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2003 – Current Assistant Professor of Strategic Management School of Global Management and Leadership Arizona State University (West). Phoenix, AZ. 2001 – 2003 Assistant Professor of Organization & Strategy IAE – School of Management and Business Austral University, Argentina. 1997 – 2000 Doctoral Research / Teaching Assistant, Strategic Management Krannert Graduate School of Management Purdue University. West Lafayette, IN. 1995 – 1997 Fulbright Scholar Encyclopaedia Britannica Scholar Research Assistant for the Center for Agricultural Business 1
    • Purdue University. West Lafayette, IN. OTHER APPOINTMENTS 2002 - 2003 Consultant Inter American Development Bank – Unión Industrial Argentina consortium for industry development. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1997 Project Director for Latin America. Deere & Company, Moline, IL. 1996 Consultant (contractor) Booz, Allen & Hamilton. São Paulo, Brazil. 1990 – 1994 Commercial coordinator – market analyst and account manager. Valmet, Inc. São Paulo, Brazil. RESEARCH Refereed publications Mesquita, L.F. (2005). Starting Over When the Bickering Never Ends: the Role of Trust Facilitators in Cluster Development. Academy of Management Review. (Forthcoming, since February 2005). Friedrich, P.F.; Mesquita, L. F. & Hatum, A. O. (2006). The Meaning of Difference: Beyond Cultural and Managerial Homogeneity Stereotypes of Latin America. Management Research (IberoAmerican Academy of Management). 4(1): 53-71. Carrera, A.; Mesquita, L.F.; Perkins, G. and Vassolo, R.S. (2003). “Business Groups and their Corporate Strategies in the Argentine Roller Coaster of Competitive and Anti- Competitive Shocks”. Academy of Management Executive. 17(3): 32-44. Mesquita, L.F. “Rationality as the Basis for a New Institutional Environment”. (2003). Academy of Management Executive. 17(3):44-50. Book Cooper, A; Alvarez, S.; Carrera, A.; Mesquita, L.F. & Vassolo, R. (Eds.). (2006). The New Entrepreneurs: Emerging Market Strategies. Blackwell. (In press). Book Chapter Alvarez, S; Mesquita, L.F.; & Vassolo, R. (2006). Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies. In Cooper, A; Alvarez, S.; Carrera, A.; Mesquita, L.F. & Vassolo, R. (Eds.). The New Entrepreneurs: Emerging Market Strategies. Blackwell. (In press). Book review Mesquita, L.F. “Argentina and the Fund: From Triumph to Tragedy. (2003). Academy of Management Executive. 17(3):150-151. 2
    • Refereed conference proceedings Friedrich, P.F.; Mesquita, L.F. & Hatum, A. O. (2005). Moving beyond Stereotypes of South America: Enhancing Managerial Effectiveness through Country Specific Traits. The IberoAmerican Academy of Management. Lisbon, Portugal. December 9th. Mesquita, L.F. and D’Andrea, G. (2003). Scientific Rigor and Action-Oriented Agendas: a Model-Methodology for Cluster Development. The IberoAmerican Academy of Management. São Paulo, Brazil. December 9th. Manuscripts under review Mesquita, L.F. and Lazzarini, S. Vertical and Horizontal Relationships in an Industrial Cluster: Implications for Firms’ Access to Global Markets. Review & Resubmit, Academy of Management Journal. Mesquita, L.F.; Lazzarini, S. & Cronin, P. Determinants of Firm Competitiveness in Latin American Emerging Economies: Evidence from Brazil’s Auto-Parts Industry. Under 2nd review, International Journal of Production and Operations Management. Fracchia, E. & Mesquita, L.F. The Corporate Strategies of Business Groups in the Wake of Competitive Shocks: Lessons from Argentina. Under 2nd review, Management Research (IberoAmerican Academy of Management). Mesquita, L.F.; Anand, J. & Brush, T. Knowledge Transfer in Vertical Alliances: Advantages for Whom? Under review, Strategic Management Journal. Work in advanced stages of progress (i.e. submission within next 6 months) Mesquita, L.F. & Poppo, L. Friends and Foes: Competition and Cooperation among Clustered Firms. For submission to Academy of Management Review. Mesquita, L.F. and Brush, T.H. Safeguards or Coordination Mechanisms: the Role of Relational Contracts in Buyer-Supplier Alliances. For submission to Organization Science. Friedrich, P.F.; Mesquita, L.F. & Hatum, A.O. The determinants of cultural differences in Latin America: Theory and Empirical Evidence. For submission to Journal of International Business Studies. Lazzarini, S. & Mesquita, L.F. Synergies Between Horizontal and Vertical Alliances: Evidence from the Brazilian Auto Industry. For submission to Strategic Management Journal. Grosse, R. & Mesquita, L.F. Can Latin American Firms Compete? Book project, based on conference organization and research funds granted by Thunderbird – Garvin School of International Management Research Center. For submission to potential book publishers. 3
    • Research presentations (paper sessions) in refereed conferences Mesquita, L.F. and Lazzarini, S. (2006). Vertical and Horizontal Relationships in an Industrial Cluster: Implications for Firms’ Access to Global Markets. 4th Worldwide Research Symposium on Purchasing and Supply Chain Management. San Diego. April 7th. Mesquita, L.F.; Anand, J. & Brush, T. (2006) Knowledge Transfer in Vertical Alliances: Advantages for Whom? 4th Worldwide Research Symposium on Purchasing and Supply Chain Management. San Diego, CA. April 7th. Mesquita, L.F. and Brush, T.H. (2006). Safeguards or Coordination Mechanisms: the Role of Relational Contracts in Buyer-Supplier Alliances. 4th Worldwide Research Symposium on Purchasing and Supply Chain Management. San Diego. April 7th. Friedrich, P.F.; Hatum, A. O. & Mesquita, L. F. (2005). Moving beyond Stereotypes of South America: Enhancing Managerial Effectiveness Through Country Specific Traits. Academy of Management – IberoAmerican. Lisbon, Portugal. December 9th. Mesquita, L.F. and Lazzarini, S. (2005). Vertical and Horizontal Relationships in an Industrial Cluster: Implications for Firms’ Access to Global Markets. Strategic Management Society. Orlando, FL. October 24th. Mesquita, L.F.; Anand, J. & Brush, T. (2005) Knowledge Transfer in Vertical Alliances: Advantages for Whom? Academy of Management. Honolulu, HI. August 5th. Mesquita, L.F. and Brush, T.H. (2005). Safeguards or Coordination Mechanisms: the Role of Relational Contracts in Buyer-Supplier Alliances. Academy of Management. Honolulu, HI. August 5th. Mesquita, L.F.; Anand, J. & Brush, T. (2005) Knowledge Transfer in Vertical Alliances: Advantages for Whom? ACAC – Atlanta Conference for Competitive Advantage. Atlanta, GA. June 24th. Mesquita, L.F. (2004). Starting Over When the Bickering Never Ends: Collaboration Brokers in a Dynamic Trust-Based Model for Cluster Development. Strategic Management Society. San Juan, Puerto Rico. November 1st. Mesquita, L.F. & Anand, J. (2004). Supplier Development: Knowledge Transfer and the Consequences for Competitive Advantage. Strategic Management Society. San Juan, Puerto Rico. November 1st. Mesquita, L.F. and D’Andrea, G. (2003). Scientific Rigor and Action-Oriented Agendas: a Model-Methodology for Cluster Development. Academy of Management IberoAmerican. São Paulo, Brazil. December 9th. Mesquita, L.F. and Brush, T.H. (2002) “Supplier Relationships, Supplier Development and Performance”. Strategic Management Society. Paris, France. September 22nd. 4
    • Research presentations (panel sessions) in refereed conferences Friedrich, P.F.; Mesquita, L. F. & Hatum, A. O. (2005). The Meaning of Difference: Beyond Cultural and Managerial Homogeneity Stereotypes of Latin America. Academy of Management. Honolulu, HI. August 6th. Mesquita, L.F. and Brush, T. H (2003). JIT Alliances as Determined by Production and Transaction Costs: Theory and Empirical Evidence. Academy of Management. Seattle. WA. August 6th. Research guest presentations (non-refereed) Mesquita, L.F.; Anand, J. & Brush, T. (2006) Knowledge Transfer in Vertical Alliances: Advantages for Whom? W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ. March 15th. Mesquita, L.F. and Lazzarini, S. (2006). Vertical and Horizontal Relationships in an Industrial Cluster: Implications for Firms’ Access to Global Markets. Journeys of the Mind. Phoenix. March 21st. Mesquita, L.F. and Lazzarini, S. (2005). Vertical and Horizontal Relationships in an Industrial Cluster: Implications for Firms’ Access to Global Markets. W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ. December 1st. Frachia, E. & Mesquita, L.F. (2005). The Corporate Strategies of Business Groups in the Wake of Competitive Shocks: Lessons from Argentina. Can Latin American Firms Compete? (Conference organized by Thunderbird and Arizona State University’s School of Global Management & Leadership). Glendale, November 11th. Mesquita, L.F. and Lazzarini, S. (2005). Vertical and Horizontal Relationships in an Industrial Cluster: Implications for Firms’ Access to Global Markets. Academy of Management Paper Development Workshop. Honolulu, HI. August 3rd. Mesquita, L.F. (2005). Outsourcing Module. W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University, Tempe. Tempe, AZ. August 4th. Mesquita, L.F. & Anand, J. (2004). Supplier Development: Knowledge Transfer and the Consequences for Competitive Advantage. Arizona State University Alumini Luncheon. Phoenix, AZ. November 11th. Friedrich, P.F.; Hatum, A. O. & Mesquita, L. F. (2004). Moving Beyond Stereotypes of South America: Enhancing Managerial Effectiveness Through Country Specific Traits. Arizona State University. Phoenix, AZ. October 7th. Mesquita, L. F. & Brush, T. H. (2004). Production or Transaction Costs: Why Manufacturing Firms Really Engage in JIT Relationships. W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ. April 23rd. 5
    • Mesquita, L.F. (2004). Starting Over When the Bickering Never Ends: Collaboration Brokers in a Dynamic Trust-Based Model for Cluster Development. Thunderbird Garvin Graduate School of International Management. Glendale, AZ. April 2nd. Friedrich, P.F.; Hatum, A. & Mesquita, L.F. (2003). Understanding Ibero American Organizations and the Forces Which Affect Them. Arizona State University. Homecoming festivities. Tempe, AZ. Paper Session. November 1st. Carrera, A.; Mesquita, L.F.; Perkins, G. and Vassolo, R.S. (2003). Business Groups and their Corporate Strategies in the Argentine Roller Coaster of Competitive and Anti- Competitive Shocks”. Arizona State University. October 7th. Mesquita, L.F. and Brush, T.H (2002). “Technical Efficiencies or Transaction Costs: Why J.I.T. Manufacturers Really Engage in Long Term Relationships”. Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University. November 22nd. Mesquita, L.F. and Brush, T.H. (2002). “Technical Efficiencies or Transaction Costs: Why J.I.T. Manufacturers Really Engage in Long-Term Relationships”. Escuela de Economia, Universidad di Tella. Buenos Aires, Argentina. June 20th. Mesquita, L.F. (2001). “Steering Supplier Performance Through Optimally Structured JIT Alliances”. Deere & Co. Moline, IL. June 4th. TEACHING EXPERIENCE (see footnote for program rankings and course development) Level Institution Topic Evaluation Monsanto in company – Sustaining Competitive 6.8/7.0 Advantage Microsoft in company – Sustaining Competitive Executive Open 6.7/7.0 IAE§ Advantage Enrollment Management Under Chaos – Strategies for N.A. Emerging Economies (2) Clusters of Small and Medium Enterprises (1) 6.0/7.0 Strategic Management (1) 6.4/7.0 Executive MBA IAE Strategy Implementation (1) 6.5/7.0 Strategic Management 6.5/7.0 IAE‡ Strategy Implementation 6.63/7.0 MBA Business Situations Analyses 6.5/7.0 ASU Global Business Integration (Spring 2006) NA Purdue1 Managerial Policy (capstone strategy) 4.9/5.0 Undergraduate ASU Global Business Integration (capstone strategy) 3.7/4.0 1‡ MBA Program ranked among top 100 worldwide by ‘Financial Times’ § Open Enrollment Program ranked among top 25 worldwide by ‘Financial Times’ Undergraduate Program ranked among top 15 in the United States by ‘Business Week’ (1) Course curricula which I developed (2) Course curriculum which I co-developed 6
    • RESEARCH AWARDS, GRANTS (values in U$ dollars) & HONORS 2005 Semi-finalist of the 2005 SMS Best Conference Paper Prize Ranked among top 20 best conference papers Strategic Management Society. Orlando, FL. 2005 Winner of the “Best Reviewer Award” Academy of Management conference. Honolulu, HI. 2005 ‘Research excellence award’ certificate ‘Research excellence award’ prize ($2,500) School of Global Management & Leadership. Arizona State University. 2005 Competitive Summer Research Grant ($8,500) School of Global Management & Leadership. Arizona State University. 2005 Summer Research Grant ($5,000) School of Global Management & Leadership. Arizona State University. 2004 Competitive Research Grant ($7,000) Thunderbird – Garvin Research Center Thunderbird - Garvin School of International Management. Glendale, AZ. 2004 Summer Research Grant ($5,000) School of Global Management & Leadership. Arizona State University, 2002 – 2003 Competitive Research Grant ($40,000) Inter American Development Bank – Unión Industrial Argentina consortium for industry development. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 2000 Competitive Research Grant ($3,000) Krannert Graduate School of Management. Purdue University. 2000 Competitive Research Grant ($3,000) Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises Krannert Graduate School of Management. Purdue University. 1998 Competitive Research Grant ($1,000) Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER) Krannert Graduate School of Management. Purdue University. 1995 – 1997 Fulbright Scholarship & Encyclopaedia Britannica Scholarship (½ & ½ for total ~ $60,000) for graduate studies. (Out-competed 700+ applicants). Awarded by Fullbright Brasil – Comissão para Intercâmbio Educacional entre Estados Unidos e Brasil”. (http://www.fulbright.org.br/). 7
    • TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARDS & HONORS 2000 Induction into the Purdue University Teaching Academy (highest teaching honor bestowed upon Purdue University instructors – gathers top 3% instructors across all colleges and faculty ranks) Purdue University. West Lafayette, IN. 2000 Purdue University Excellence in Teaching Award – (awarded to best instructors across schools of Purdue University, in a given year) Purdue University. West Lafayette, IN. 1999 Krannert School of Management Distinguished Teaching Award (awarded to best instructor in school of management, in a given year) Purdue University. West Lafayette, IN. ACADEMIC SERVICE Editorial Board Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management (2005-2006) Ad Hoc Reviewer Academy of Management Journal (2004; 2005) Journal of International Business Studies (2005) Journal of Management Studies (2005) Organizational Research Methods (2003) Revista de Administração de Empresas – FGV, Brazil (2003, 2004, 2005) Scientific Advisor Inter American Development Bank Industrial Development Projects August 2002 through July 2003. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Conference Co-organizer Can Latin American Firms Compete? (Arizona, 2005) Strategic Management Society mini conference (Argentina, 2003) Alumni 17th Annual Conference Panel (Argentina, 2002) Conference Session Chair Strategic Management Society (Puerto Rico, 2004). Strategic Management Society mini conference (Argentina, 2003) Strategic Management Society (France, 2002) Conference Discussant Journal of International Business Studies “Three Lenses” (Phoenix, 2006) Service to ASU Schl of Glbl Mgmt. Dean – Faculty Advising Committee (2004, 2005) Service to IAE Schl of Bus. Project Director, Industrial Development Research Initiative (2002, 2003) 8
    • COMPETENCE IN LANGUAGES (speaking, listening, writing, and reading) Fluency in English, Portuguese and Spanish PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Strategic Management Society Academy of Management Purdue University Teaching Academy (Purdue’s Highest Honor for Teaching Excellence) IMMIGRATION STATUS Brazilian citizen U.S. Permanent Resident REFERENCES (alphabetical order): Dr. Jaideep Anand Associate Professor of Corporate Strategy and International Business Fisher College of Business, Ohio State University 2100 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH. 43210-1144 Contact: (614) 247 6851; anand_18@cob.osu.edu Dr. Thomas Brush Professor of Management Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University 403 W. State Street, West Lafayette, IN. 47906 Contact: (765) 494 4441; brusht@purdue.edu Dr. Robert Grosse Professor of Economics Thunderbird, the Garvin School of International Management 15249 N. 59th Avenue. Glendale, AZ 85306-6000 USA Contact: (602)978-7716; grosser@t-bird.edu Dr. Robert Plante J.B. Henderson University Professor of Management Sr. Associate Dean Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University Krannert 125. 403 West State Street. West Lafayette, IN 47907-2056 Contact: (765)-494-4364; pbob@krannert.purdue.edu Dr. John Wacker Research Professor W. P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State university PO BOX 874006. Tempe, AZ 85287-4006 Contact: 480-965-3218; John.Wacker@asu.edu 9
    • Research Plan 2006 - Work Under 2006 Work in Advanced 2002 2003 2005 / Jan2006 Review Stages of Progress AMJ-R&R (Interdependencies among clustered firms) AMR (Trust for AMR (Balancing Facilitators) Cooration x Competition) IJOPM - 2nd review for SMJ (Synergies of (Determinants of Cluster Vertical x Horizontal Competitiveness) Relationships) for Org Sci (Relational Purdue U. Safeguards & Coordination (thesis) Mechanisms) SMJ (knowledge transfer within alliances) AME (Corporate MR (Cross Cultural for JIBS (Determinants of Strategies of Differences across Cultural Differences Across Business Groups) Latin America) Latin America) AME (Institutional MR - 2nd review Environments and (Corporate Strategies of Survival of Firms) Business Groups) AME (Book Review: Rationality and the Environment) BLACKWELL (The New Can Latin American Firms Entrepreneurs) Compete? (book project) AME = Academy of Management Executive AMJ = Academy of Management Journal AMR = Academy of Management Review IJOPM = International Journal of Operations & JIBS = Journal of International Business Studies Org Sci = Management Science MR = Management Research SMJ = Strategic Management Journal Blackwell = Book Publisher 10