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Dr Malay N. Desai

MA (Hons) (Nottingham), PhD (Nottingham)
Assistant Professor in Strategic Management

Division: Management
E-mail: Malay.Desai@nottingham.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 115 8468071
Location: C75 (North Building, Jubilee Campus)

Malay N. Desai is an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at Nottingham University Business School. His core research interests are in the area of strategic leadership and corporate governance, with a specific focus on executive succession and top management teams.

Research Interests
Executive succession/dismissal; Strategic Leadership (CEOs and Top Management Teams); Firm Performance.

Administrative Roles
Director of MSc in Management
I am the module convenor for the following modules


Undergraduate

Strategic Management and Competitive Advantage (N12627)


MSc

Management Dissertation (N14B53)
Current Research Activities
Executive succession/dismissal; Strategic Leadership (CEOs and Top Management Teams); Strategic Management

International Collaborations, Organisation & Contributions
2010 - 2013    ESRC Doctoral Scholarship
 

Publications from 2005 to the present day

Journal Articles

Desai, M.N.; Lockett, A.; Paton, D. (2018), "Information Asymmetries in the Hiring Process and the Risk of New Leader Dismissal: Insights from English Premier League Soccer Organizations", British Journal of Management, Vol.29(1), pp.26-42, forthcoming 2018.

Desai, M.N.; Lockett, A.; Paton, D. (2016), "The Effects of Leader Succession and Prior Leader Experience on Post-Succession Organizational Performance", Human Resource Management (USA), Vol.55(6), 967-984, DOI: 10.1002/hrm.21700.



Conferences

Desai, M.N. 2016, "Leader Tenure and Organizational Performance: The Moderating Role of Prior Leadership Experience", in Academy of Management Annual Meeting, BPS Division, Anaheim, California, USA..

Desai, M.N.; Lockett, A.; Paton, D. 2013, "Asymmetric Information and the Dismissal of Newly Appointed Leaders", in Academy of Management Annual Meeting, BPS Division, Orlando, Florida, USA.

Desai, M.N.; Lockett, A.; Paton, D. 2013, "The Effects of Asymmetric Information on New Leader Tenure", in Strategic Management Society Annual Meeting, Strategic Leadership and Governance Division, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

 

 

Nottingham University Business School

Jubilee Campus
Nottingham
NG8 1BB

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