About

Joel Gehman
Assistant Professor
Strategic Management & Organization
Alberta School of Business
University of Alberta
3-23 Business Building
Edmonton, AB  T6R 2G6
Canada
jgehman [at] ualberta [dot] ca

I am Assistant Professor of Strategic Management and Organization, and H.E. Pearson Faculty Fellow at the Alberta School of Business. My research examines the strategies and practices organizations pursue in response to emerging cultural concerns related to sustainability and values, and the impact of such cultural concerns on technology innovation and institutional arrangements.

My work has been published or is forthcoming in the Academy of Management JournalOrganization StudiesResearch Policy, Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law ReviewEnvironmental Practice, and Research in the Sociology of Work. Ongoing research examines these issues in the context of shale gas drilling, hydraulic fracturing patents, multinational divestitures, social benefit corporations, climate change, nuclear power plants, and organizational codes of conduct.

I previously spent 13 years in industry as an entrepreneur, manager and executive in the areas of management consulting, business development, technology management, and marketing strategy. I graduated from Cornell University (B.S.) and the Pennsylvania State University (Ph.D.).

Copies of my published articles and selected working papers may be downloaded for free through the Social Sciences Research Network.

Affiliations

Assistant Professor of Strategic Management and Organization in the Alberta School of Business at the University of Alberta.

H.E. Pearson Faculty Fellow at the Alberta School of Business.

Research Affiliate with the Alberta School of Business Centre for Applied Business Research in Energy and the Environment.

Research Affiliate with the Alberta School of Business Canadian Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility.

Member of the University of Alberta Office of Sustainability Academic Advisory Council.

The opinions expressed here are my own, and should not be construed as reflecting those of my collaborators or my employer.

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