Scott Julian

Scott Julian

Title

Associate Professor of Management

Phone

313-577-4494

Email

dv4761@wayne.edu

Scott Julian

Academic Programs

  • Management

Expertise

Based on Teaching

  • Strategic Management
  • Social Issues in Business

Based on Research

  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Strategic Issue Diagnosis
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Diversity in Organizations

 

 

Education

  •  Ph.D. in Business Administration, Louisiana State University, 1994

Biography

Professional Memberships

  • Strategic Management Society
  • Academy of Management

Wayne State University School of Business Administration Committees

  • Management PhD Program Coodinator, 2017
  • Management PhD Program Committee, 2016-present
  • Dissertation Committees, Abere Kassa & Mike Greiner, Management Department, 2016-present
  • Ad Hoc Committee on Online Teaching, 2012-2014
  • Faculty Senate, 2012-2013
  • Faculty Senate Strategic Planning Committee, 2013-present
  • Dissertation Committee, Chenguang Shang, Finance Department, 2013-14
  • Faculty Senate ResearchCommittee, 2009-10, 2011-12
  • Faculty Senate Assurance of Learning/Graduate Education Program Committee, 2010-11
  • Ad Hoc MBA Planning Committee, 2010-11
  • Dissertation Committee, Norman Haidous, 2009-2012, College of Education

Wayne State University Department of Management & Information Systems Committees

  • Department of Management & Information Systems Teaching & Curriculum Advisory Committee, 2011-12
  • Department of Management & Information Systems Salary Advisory Committee, 2011-12
  • Department of Management & Information Systems Doctoral Program Committee, 2011-12
  • Department Chair Search Committee, 2009-2010
  • Department Faculty Search Committees, 2008-2010
  • Department of Business Salary Committee, 2008-2009

Journal Reviewer

  • Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2006, 2010, 2017
  • Academy of Management Perspectives, 2016
  • Academy of Management Review, 2003
  • Organization Studies, 2006, 2008
  • Human Relations, 2012
  • Journal of Management Studies, 2010, 2015
  • Journal of Small Business Management, 2006
  • Strategic Management Journal, 2012, 2013 (2), 2014-2016
  • Strategic Organization, 2016
  • Thunderbird International Business Review, 2010

Conference Reviewer

  • National Academy of Management, BPS, MED, MOC, MSR divisions, 1999-2013
  • Midwest Academy of Management Meeting, 2000, 2012
  • Southwest Association of Management, 1992-1993
  • Southern Management Association, 1991-1992, 2012

Conference Discussant

  • Midwest Academy of Management, 2000
  • Southwest Association of Management, 1993

 

Publications

  • Julian, S. D., & Ofori-Dankwa, J. In Press. Context matters: Diversity’s short and long term effects in Fortune’s ‘best companies to work for.’ Strategic Management Journal.
  • Julian, S.D., Ofori-Dankwa, J., & Shepard, A. in Press. Cognitive antecedents of highlighting and decoupling in response to social pressure. Group and Organization Management.
  • Ofori-Dankwa, J. & Julian, S.D. 2014. A heuristic model for describing diversity's paradox. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 27(1), 147-161.
  • Julian, S.D., & Ofori-Dankwa, J. 2013. Financial resource availability and corporate social responsibility expenditures in a sub-Saharan economy: The institutional difference hypothesis. Strategic Management Journal, 34(11), 1314-1330.
  • Ofori-Dankwa, J. & Julian, S.D. 2013. Dynamism, capital structure and performance in a sub-Saharan economy: Extending the institutional difference hypothesis. Organization Science, 24(5), 1422-1438.
  • Ofori-Dankwa, J., & Julian, S.D. 2011. Utilizing an integrative, multi-lens model to explain firm performance in double void emerging economies. International Studies in Management and Organization.
  • Julian, S.D., & Ofori-Dankwa, J. & Justis, R.T. 2008. Understanding strategic responses to interest group pressures. Strategic Management Journal, 29, 963-984.
  • Julian, S.D., Ofori-Dankwa, J. 2008. Towards an integrative cartography of two strategic issue diagnosis frameworks. Strategic Management Journal, 29, 93-114.

 

Presentations

  • Greiner, M., Julian, S.D. 2017. An empirical test of the five forces model. National Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, GA, Business Policy and Strategy Division.
  • Greiner, M., Julian, S.D. 2017. The recession as laboratory: Generic strategies and the great recession. National Academy of Management Conference, Atlanta, GA, Business Policy and Strategy Division.
  • Julian, S.D., & Ofori-Dankwa, J.C., & Zhang, Y. 2012. A comparison of MNC and domestic firm CSR in emerging markets: Evidence from Ghana. National Academy of Management Conference, Boston, MA, Business Policy and Strategy Division.
  • Julian, S.D., & Ofori-Dankwa, J.C. 2011. Answering Mintzberg’s question: Toward understanding the factors leading to strategy emergence. National Academy of Management Conference, San Antonio, TX, Business Policy and Strategy Division.
  • Julian, S.D., & Ofori-Dankwa, J.C. 2011. The effects of CSR contributions on financial performance in a pro-market reform sub-Saharan economy. National Academy of Management Conference, San Antonio, TX, Social Issues in Management Division.
  • Ofori-Dankwa, J.C., Julian, S.D., & Liu, Y. 2010. Nested resource-based contingency in an emerging economy. National Academy of Management Conference, Montreal, Canada, Business Strategy and Policy Division.
  • Julian, S.D., & Ofori-Dankwa, J.C. 2009. Correlates of corporate social responsibility expenditures in an emerging sub-Saharan economy. National Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL, Social Issues in Management Division.
  • Ofori-Dankwa, J.C. & Julian, S.D. 2009. Firm vulnerability and performance in an emerging double void economy. National Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL, Business Policy and Strategy Division.
  • Julian, S.D., & Ofori-Dankwa, J.C. 2009. Incorporating organizational psychopathology into strategic issue diagnosis. National Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL, Management and Organizational Cognition Division.

Awards

  • Best Paper of the Year, Journal of Organizational Change Management, 2014
  • Board of Visitors Research Fellow, School of Business Administration, Wayne State University, May 2013
  • Outstanding Reviewer, Southern Management Association Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 2012
  • Managerial and Organizational Cognition Division Outstanding Reviewer Award, National Academy of Management Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 2011

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