My research is focused on executives, corporate governance, and entrepreneurship. I also have research interest in competitive dynamics, multimarket contact, corporate governance, boards of directors, and CEO succession.
education and training
- Ph.D. in , Columbia University - (New York, New York, United States) 1991
- M.Phil. in , Columbia University - (New York, New York, United States) 1989
- M.B.A. in , University of Northern Iowa - (Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States) 1984
- B.S. in , Tennessee Technological University - (Cookeville, Tennessee, United States) 1974
- Wagstaff, M. F., Flores, G. L., Cannella, A., Sarkar, S., & Choirat, C. (2021). Construct Validity of Unobtrusive Measures of Organizational Ethical Climates. CORPORATE REPUTATION REVIEW. 24(3), 158-177.
- Darouichi, A., Kunisch, S., & Cannella, A. (2021). MONEY VERSUS LEGACY: PRE-SUCCESSION BEHAVIOR OF VOLUNTARILY DEPARTING CEOs. Academy of Management Proceedings. 2021(1), 10789-10789.
- Darouichi, A., Kunisch, S., Menz, M., & Cannella, A. (2021). CEO tenure: An integrative review and pathways for future research. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE-AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW. 29(6), 661-683.
- Guo, W., & Cannella, A. (2021). No Need to Know It All: Implications of COVID-19 for Corporate Communication Research. JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES. 58(5), 1421-1425.
- Darouichi, A., Cannella, A., Kunisch, S., & Menz, M. (2020). Mission Accomplished? An Aspirations-Based Theory of Voluntary CEO Departure. Academy of Management Proceedings. 2020(1), 17814-17814.
- Cannella, A., & Holcomb, T. R. (2005). A MULTI-LEVEL ANALYSIS OF THE UPPER-ECHELONS MODEL: PLANTING SEEDS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH. Emerald.
- Cannella, A. A., & Holcomb, T. R. (2005). A Multi-Level Analysis of the Upper-Echelons Model. Emerald.
- Woo, H., Cannella, A., & Mesquita, L. F. (2017). Intra- and Inter-Firm Agglomeration: The Location Decisions of Multi-Unit Firms. Academy of Management Proceedings. 2017(1), 11208-11208.
- LESTER, R. H., CANNELLA, A. A., & CERTO, S. T. (2008). KEEP CLOSE TO HOME OR VENTURE OUT: THE INFLUENCE OF STATUS AND CONNECTIONS FOR OUTSIDE DIRECTORSHIPS.. Academy of Management Proceedings. 2008(1), 1-6.
- Devers, C. E., Holcomb, T. R., Holmes, R. M., & Cannella, A. A. (2006). INSIDE THE BLACK BOX: THE CONTRASTING EFFECTS OF TMT LONG-TERM INCENTIVES ON INTEREST ALIGNMENT.. Academy of Management Proceedings. 2006(1), hh1-hh6.
- Yu, T., & Cannella, A. A. (2005). The antecedents of competitive aggressiveness among multinational enterprises: A study of the global automobile industry. Academy of Management 2005 Annual Meeting: A New Vision of Management in the 21st Century, AOM 2005.
- Lester, R. H., & Cannella, A. A. (2005). The road to directorship: How corporate executives secure positions on other firm's boards. Academy of Management 2005 Annual Meeting: A New Vision of Management in the 21st Century, AOM 2005.
awards and honors
- Fellow conferred by Academy of Management - (Briarcliff Manor, New York, United States) 2008
recent teaching activities
chaired theses and dissertations
- Reutzel, Christopher Ray (2007-08). Managerial prestige and post-IPO firm performance: a partially mediated model. (Doctoral Dissertation)
- Li, Jun (2004-08). A power model of management team restructuring and executive exit in IPO-stage firms: antecedents and performance effects. (Doctoral Dissertation)
- Jeong, Eui Kyo (2003-12). Divisionalization, product cannibalization and product location choice: Evidence from the U.S. (automobile industry. Doctoral Dissertation)
- Yu, Tieying (2003-08). Dynamics of multinational rivalry. (Doctoral Dissertation)
- Semadeni, Matthew Briggs (2003-08). Leaving the corporate fold: examining spin-off actions and performance. (Doctoral Dissertation)
Texas A&M University; Management; 4221 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4221