Dr. Nicolas M. Dahan, is an Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy, at CSUMB, California State University, Monterey Bay. His teaching and research areas include international business, strategic management, as well as social issues in management.
He was previously an Associate Professor of IB at Temple University, Fox School of Business, where he served as the Academic Director of the International Business undergraduate major (500 students). In the academic year 2012-13, he was a Visiting Associate Professor of Business Administration with Rouen Business School (RBS), a top-10 business school in France.
Prior to working at RBS, he was a full-time faculty member in the USA for seven years, most recently with St Mary’s College of CA, in Moraga CA; and previously, Long Island University – CW Post campus, in Brookville NY.
Before working in the USA, he was a faculty member at Marne-la-Vallée State University (a French State university, East of Paris) for the previous six years.
He has extensive teaching experience with American institutions, including George Washington University, Tulane University, Baruch College-CUNY, as well as top French business schools (ESSEC, ESCP Europe, Sciences Po…), and executive education. He has also been a guest speaker on several US programs (including Wharton-Estée Lauder Institute, Babson College, Ball State University). During his doctoral studies, he was a lecturer in strategic management and international business at University College Dublin (Ireland) for two years.
His research interests focus mainly on the area of “non-market strategies” (in particular, corporate political activity, as well as corporate social responsibility and corporate governance). His scholarly work has appeared in international refereed outlets such as Business & Society, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Research, Human Relations, Long Range Planning, Strategic Organization (forthcoming). He has also presented papers at many international conferences, and has organized a number of international research colloquia/workshops pertaining to corporate political strategies and interest groups. He is also on the editorial board of three journals.
He has received recognition and awards, including:
- His research has been selected twice for the Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management.
- Best Reviewer award, 2014 (and 2009) annual conference of the Academy of International Business.
- Beta Gamma Sigma Professor of the Year 2011 award at Long Island University -CW Post campus.
- Outstanding Reviewer award, 2009 annual conference of the Academy of Management (Business Policy and Strategy division).
He has work experience with several French firms, and has acted occasionally as a consultant for multinational enterprises as well as trade associations.
He holds a PhD in Business Administration (with a focus on Strategic Management and International Business) from CNAM, a State University founded in 1794; a graduate degree from Sciences Po, and a BA in Economics from Sorbonne University (all located in Paris, France).
Last update: 07/22/2017