Patricio Durán

Patricio Durán

Ph.D in Business Administration

Profesor Asistente

 

E-mail: patricio.duran@uai.cl
Sede: Peñalolén

Biografía
  • Ph.D en Business Administration, International Business, University of South Carolina, Estados Unidos; Ingeniero Comercial de la Universidad de Chile.

Sus especialidades son estrategia global, gobierno corporativo global, instituciones.

Actualmente se desempeña como el Director Académico del programa CEMS Master in International Management.

Sus investigaciones han sido publicadas en Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Management, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, y Journal of Management Studies, entre otras.

Patricio cuenta también con varios años de experiencia profesional en Chile y el extranjero, como ejecutivo de finanzas en empresas multinacionales y consultor estratégico para grandes empresas pertenecientes a la industria de la minería, retail, retail financiero, banca, y negocios agrarios. Es también graduado del programa de formación ejecutiva “Financial Management Program” de General Electric Co (Ver CV completo).

ABSTRACT

Patricio Duran has a PhD in Business Administration, International Business from Moore School of Business, U. of South Carolina, USA and he is Commercial Engineer from the Universidad de Chile. His areas of specialization are global strategy, global corporate governance, and institutions.

Currently, he is the Academic Director of CEMS Master in International Management.

His research has been published on the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Management, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, and Journal of Management Studies, among others.

Professor Duran has relevant professional work experience in Chile and abroad. He served as financial executive in multinational companies and he worked in strategy consulting for large companies in the mining, retail, financial retail, and agribusiness sectors. He is also graduated from the “Financial Management Program” at General Electric Co. (Full Curriculum) 

PUBLICATIONS

Duran, P., Kammerlander, N., van Essen, M., & Zellweger, T. 2016. Doing more with less: Innovation input and output in family firms. Academy of Management Journal, 50(4): 1224-1264.

Tihanyi, L., Aguilera, R., Heugens, P., van Essen, M., Sauerwald, S., Duran, P., & Turturea, R. 2019. State ownership and political connections. Journal of Management.

Arregle, J-L., Duran, P., Hitt, M., & van Essen, M. 2017. Why is family firms’ internationalization unique? A meta-analysis. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 41(5): 801-831.

Mutlu, C., van Essen, M., Peng, M., Saleh, S., & Duran, P. 2018. Corporate governance in China: A meta-analysis. Journal of Management Studies, 55(6): 943-979.

Duran, P. van Essen, M., Heugens, P., Kostova, T., & Peng, M. 2018. The impact of institutions on the competitive advantage of publicly-listed family firms in emerging markets. Global Strategy Journal. 

Duran, P., Kostova, T., & van Essen, M. 2017. Political ideologies and the internationalization of family-controlled firms. Journal of World Business, 52(4): 474-488.

Carney, M., Duran, P., Shapiro, D., & van Essen, M. 2017. Family firms, internationalization, and national competitiveness: Does family firm prevalence matter? Journal of Family Business Strategy, 8(3): 123-136.

Cuervo-Cazurra, A., Carneiro, J., Finchelstein, D., Duran, P., Gonzalez-Perez, M., Montoya, M., Borda-Reyes, A., Fleury, M., & Newburry, W. 2018. Uncomomoditizing strategies by emerging market firms. Multinational Business Review.

Duran, P. 2016. An institutional perspective of the socioemotional-financial wealth relationship. Management Research: The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, 14(3): 258-266.

Investigaciones Destacadas
Patricio Durán

Political ideologies and the internationalization of family-controlled firms, Journal of World Business, 52, 474-488

Patricio Durán

Why is family firms Internationalization Unique? A Meta-Analysis, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 41, 801–831

Patricio Durán

An institutional perspective of the socioemotional-financial wealth relationship: Commentary on Martin and Gomez-Mejia’s "The relationship between socioemotional and financial wealth: re-visiting family firm decision making", Management Research: Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, 14, 258-266

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