Department of Strategy and Innovation

Bo Bernhard
Professor with special responsibilities
Part time employment at CBS

Room: KIL/14.A-2.81

Bo Bernhard Nielsen holds a part-time position at CBS as Professor of Strategic Management. Before joining CBS, he was assistant professor at Western Washington University and visiting scholar at University of Washington. His research is at the intersection of strategy and international business with a specific focus on strategic collaboration, firm internationalization, and knowledge management across borders.

His work appears in Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, International Business Review, Journal of International Management, Journal of Business Research, and Long Range Planning, among others. Professor Nielsen serves as Consulting Editor, JIBS.

Primary research areas

• Strategic alliances
• Strategic decision making
• Top management teams
• International management
• Multilevel methodology
• Knowledge management

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Curriculum Vitae
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Chen Han; Bo Bernhard Nielsen / Facilitating International Venturing of Emerging Market Firms Through Entrepreneurial Transformation : Contingent Role of Technological Environment.
In: International Business in a VUCA World: The Changing Role of States and Firms. . ed. /Rob van Tulder; Alain Verbeke; Barbara A. Jankowska. Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing 2019, p. 309-331 (Progress in International Business Research, Vol. 14)
Book chapter > peer review
Christian Geisler Asmussen; Bo Bernhard Nielsen; Cecilie Dohlmann Weatherall; Ditte Håkonsson Lyngemark / Foreign Ownership and Global City Characteristics : Unpacking the Connectivity of Micro-locations.
In: Regional Studies, 1.7.2019
Journal article > peer review
Henrik Gundelach; Bo Bernhard Nielsen / ROA, ROE, Market Share or Survival : How to Appropriately Measure Subsidiary Performance?.
Paper presented at 45th EIBA Annual Conference 2019, 2019
Paper > peer review
Jose M. Cortina; Tine Köhler; Kathleen R. Keeler; Bo Bernhard Nielsen / Restricted Variance Interaction Effects : What They are and Why They are Your Friends.
In: Journal of Management, Vol. 45, No. 7, 9.2019, p. 2779-2806
Journal article > peer review
Henrik Gundelach; Michael W. Hansen; Bo Bernhard Nielsen / Subsidiary Performance in Emerging Economies and Developing Countries : Influence of Host Country Experience.
Abstract from Academy for International Business, 2019
Conference abstract for conference > peer review
Agnes Guenther; Christian Geisler Asmussen; Bo Bernhard Nielsen / The Influence of Contextual Factors on Employee Mental Distress in Cross-border M&As
Paper presented at AIB 2019 Annual Meeting, 2019
Paper > peer review
Christian Geisler Asmussen; Bo Bernhard Nielsen; Anthony Goerzen; Svenja Tegtmeier / Global Cities, Ownership Structures, and Location Choice : Foreign Subsidiaries as Bridgeheads.
In: Competitiveness Review, Vol. 28, No. 3, 2018, p. 252-276
Journal article > peer review
Chen Han; Bo Bernhard Nielsen / Management Innovation and Firm Performance : Toward Ambidextrous Product Innovation.
In: Academy of Management ProceedingsBriarcliff Manor, NY : Academy of Management 2018, 1 p., p. 16709
Conference abstract in proceedings > peer review
Simon Torp; Bo Bernhard Nielsen / Psychological Ownership and Financial Firm Performance : The Interplay of Employee Stock Ownership and Participative Leadership.
In: Australian Journal of Management, Vol. 43, No. 3, 8.2018, p. 476-492
Journal article > peer review
Bjarne Sorensen; Bo Bernhard Nielsen / Social Capital as it Pertains to International Ventures in Asia : A Comparative Study of Theravada Buddhist Laos and Confucian China.
In: International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, Vol. 18, No. 2, 8.2018, p. 221-240
Journal article > peer review
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Primary occupation at The University of Sydney Business School, Australia.