Non-market strategy (corporate political strategy and CSR), emerging market economies, and global talent management.
Teaching in 2018-2019
IB9S10: International Business
IB9ET0: International Business Strategy
IB3680: International Business Strategy
Kamel Mellahi is a Professor of Strategic Management at Warwick Business School. Kamel main areas of expertise are in non market strategies (corporate political strategy and CSR), global talent management, and emerging economies. He has authored or edited eight books including the Oxford Handbook of Talent Management (OUP), and Global Strategic Management (OUP) and over 100 scholarly articles. His research has been published in such journals as Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies and Strategic Management Journal.
Kamel serves as a Senior Editor for the Journal of World Business and Consulting Editor for the British Journal of Management.
Surdu, I., Mellahi, K. and Glaister, K. W. (2018) "Emerging market multinationals’ international equity-based entry mode strategies : review of theoretical foundations and future directions", International Marketing Review, 35, 2, 342-359
Surdu, I., Mellahi, K. and Glaister, K. W. (2018) "Once bitten, not necessarily shy? Determinants of foreign market re-entry commitment strategies
", Journal of International Business Studies
Nair, S. R., Demirbag, M., Mellahi, K. and Pillai, K. G. (2018) "Do parent units benefit from reverse knowledge transfer?
", British Journal of Management, 29, 3, 428-444
Vendrell-Herrero, F., Gomes, E., Bustinza, O. and Mellahi, K. (2018) "Uncovering the role of cross-border strategic alliances and expertise decision centralization in enhancing product-service innovation in MMNEs", International Business Review, 27, 4, 814-825
Vendrell-Herreroa, F., Gomes, E., Mellahi, K. and Child, J. (2017) "Building international business bridges in geographically isolated areas : the role of foreign market focus and outward looking competences in Latin American SMEs", Journal of World Business, 52, 4, 489-502
Hughes, M., Powell, T. H., Chung, L. and Mellahi, K. (2017) "Institutional and resource-based explanations for subsidiary performance", British Journal of Management, 28, 3, 407-424