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Matthew Farrell

Matthew Farrell

Assistant Professor

Management and Marketing


PhD, Old Dominion University, 2022

Matt Farrell earned his PhD in Strategic Management from Old Dominion University in 2022.  Dr. Farrell's research interests include governance and industrial clusters.  A passionate educator, Dr. Farrell brings several years' worth of successful pedagogical experience to the department as well as his award-winning and well-cited research, which has generated over $30,000 in grant funding over the past three years.

  • governance
  • industrial clusters
  • Li, S. & Farrell, M.  (2022).  Contentions in the study of China’s political economy:  Building common ground.  International Journal of Emerging Markets, forthcoming.

  • Oksoy, A., Farrell, M., & Nair, A. (2022).  The nature of the firm’s exchange complexity:  A configurational study.  Academy of Management Proceedings, forthcoming.

  • Bennett, A., Lo, K., Pervez, A., Nelson, T., Mullane, K., Farrell, M., Wilson, S., Decker, M. & Tarr, E. (2021).  Exploring management doctoral students’ attitudes, training, and use of classroom experiential learning activities.  International Journal of Management Education, 19(2), 100493.

  • Askarzadeh, F., Ermilina, V., Farrell, M., & Zhang, J. (2021). Business owners’ features and access to entrepreneurial resources:  New insights for accelerator acceptance.  Review of International Business and Strategy, in press.

  • Li, S., & Farrell, M. (2020). The emergence of China, Inc.:  Behind and beyond the trade war.  International Journal of Emerging Markets, 16(4), 745-764.

  • Li, S. & Farrell, M. (2020). China’s industrial policy and its implications for international business. European Journal of International Management, in press.

  • Alon, I., Farrell, M., & Li, S. (2020). Regime type and COVID-19 response.  FIIB Business Review, 9(3), 152-160.

  • Farrell, M. (2020).  The role of the Chinese Communist Party in the COVID-19 crisis.  Modern China Studies, 27(2).