Edward Gillmore

Assistant Professor

Programme Director
Business Administration , Jönköping International Business School

Research

Using organizational theories Edward’s research focuses on strategy and management of the MNE. He pay’s particular attention to subsidiary development and formal and informal mechanisms that facilitate these processes. Since 2012 he has been developing his main area of expertise in subsidiary strategy and evolution, with a particular focus on physical and human resource utilization and combination processes.

Primary research areas:

Strategy and control in the MNE. 
Organizational charters.
Subsidiary evolution. 
Network theory.

 

Teaching

Currently, Edward is teaching on the International Management course at JIBS. His main teaching interests lie within the areas of international management, strategy and organization theory. Edward has previously taught at Mälardalen University (Sweden); Dundee University (Scotland) & Edinburgh University (Scotland).

 

Biography

Edward Gillmore is an Assistant Professor in Business Administration at JIBS. He defended his PhD at Mälardalen University (Sweden) in 2017, during this time he was also a PhD candidate at the Swedish Graduate Business School of Management and IT (MIT). Edward’s thesis was awarded the Strategic Research Foundation scholarship by the Strategic Management Society in 2015. Subsequently the research from his thesis has also received further awards from the Strategic Management Society. His work has been presented at International Business and Strategy conferences in the US, Europe and Asia. He has also had visiting positions at BI Norwegian Business School; Fox Business School, Temple university and Stanford University. 

Conference paper

Lopez-Vega, H., Tell, F., Gillmore, E. (2019). Dancing with an economic turmoil in emerging markets: A Longitudinal Study of Subsidiary Role Change in Swedish R&D Subsidiaries. Academy of International Business (AIB). More information
Gillmore, E., Sundström, A., Andersson, U. (2017). Old Swedish Business in New International Clothes: Historical transitions in Organizational Memory and Resource Management Processes. Strategic Management Society (SMS) - Special Conference in Milan. More information
Gillmore, E., Memar, N. (2017). How Subsidiaries Gain Strategic Influence In MNE Value Chains. 43rd European International Business Academy Conference, Milan, December 14-16, 2017.. More information
Andersson, U., Gillmore, E., Memar, N. (2017). What Happens When You Got It? On the Consequences of Disaggregating Value Chain and Subsidiary Strategic Activities. The Academy of International Business (AIB) 2017 Annual Conference, Dubai , July 2-5, 2017.. More information
Gillmore, E., Dellestrand, H., Andersson, U. (2017). Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Complex Configurations of Multiple Headquarters–Subsidiary Relations. 44th Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland) Conference, Reading and 6th Reading International Business Conference, 6-8 April 2017. More information
Gillmore, E., Dellestrand, H., Andersson, U. (2017). The Phoenix Factor: Subsidiary Evolutionary Trajectories Post Mandate Loss. 44th Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland) Conference, Reading and 6th Reading International Business Conference, 6-8 April 2017. More information
Gillmore, E., Andersson, U. (2016). Going Against the Grain: The Impact of Mandate Loss on Subsidiary Evolutionary Trajectories. SMS Annual Conference in Berlin, 17 - 20 September, 2016. More information
Gillmore, E., Ekman, P., Andersson, U., Mudambi, R. (2016). Back to the Future: An Analysis of Subsidiary Internal Embeddedness in The Intra-Corporate Competitive Environment. 42nd European International Business Academy Conference, Vienna, 04-06 December, 2016. More information
Memar, N., Gillmore, E., Andersson, U. (2015). On the hidden Consequences of Captive Offshoring: A managerial attention-based approach. AIB mini-Conference, Milan , October 29-31, 2015. More information
Gillmore, E., Andersson, U., Ekman, P. (2015). How Subsidiaries Sustain Their Charters Despite Loss of Mandate: The Mediating Role of Internal Relational Attributes.. SMS 35th Annual International Conference, October 3 - 6, 2015 in Denver, Colorado, USA.. More information
Gillmore, E. (2015). Exacting Power and Control through Subsidiary Mandate Gain and Loss. SMS 35th Annual International Conference, October 3 - 6, 2015 in Denver, Colorado.. More information
Gillmore, E. (2015). Subsidiary Evolution Through Parent Driven Charter Change: A Relational View. 42nd Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland) Conference, Manchester, 16-18 April 2015. More information
Gillmore, E. (2014). The Influence of Distance When Configuring R&D Offshoring: How Moving Abroad Influences Process Innovation Performance. 41st Academy of International Business (UK & Ireland) Conference 10-12 April 2014, The York Management School, University of York. More information
Gillmore, E. (2014). The Influence of R&D Offshoring on Subunit Network Position and Power. Academy of International Business Annual Conference. More information
Gillmore, E. (2014). Is Offshoring an Expeditor of Negative or Positive Process Innovation Performance: The Role of Distance and Interdependencies. SMS 34th Annual International Conference, September 20 - 23, 2014 in Madrid, Spain.. More information
Gillmore, E., Andersson, U. (2014). The influence of offshoring on subsidiary activities and relationship configuration: How Can Moving R&D Abroad Influence Subsidiary Evolution. European International Business Academy (EIBA), 40th European Conference Uppsala, 10 – 13 2014 December. More information
Gillmore, E. (2013). Offshoring Processes and Design Complexities: The Hidden Influences of Distance. The 39th European International Business Academy (EIBA) Conference. More information
Gillmore, E. (2013). Fuzzy Boundaries: Environmental Characteristics and Business Networks As Modes of Influence On Offshoring. 22nd Nordic Academy of Management (NFF) Conference, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, 21-23 August, 2013. More information

Doctoral thesis

Gillmore, E. (2017). Four essays on subsidiary evolution: Exploring the antecedents, contexts and outcomes of mandate loss (Doctoral thesis, Västerås: Mälardalen University Press). More information

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