pcnsi

Department of Strategy and Innovation

Phillip Christopher
Nell
Associate professor
,
Dr. rer. soc. oec., part time employment at CBS


Room: KIL/14.A-2.81
E-mail: pcn.si@cbs.dk
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Prof. Phillip Nell is a Chaired Professor at WU Wien. He is also affiliated with the Department of Strategy and Innovation at Copenhagen Business School.

Phillip Nell has studied International Economics and Business Administration in Germany, France, and Italy. He received his doctorate and habilitation from WU Wien (Vienna University of Economics and Business).

Before joining academia, he gained considerable industry experience as a strategy consultant with Roland Berger Strategy Consultants. He has conducted projects and research in cooperation with firms such as Walter Bau, ABB, Henkel, Alcatel, Oracle, SAP, Gerresheimer, Kone, Puma, Boehringer Ingelheim, A-Tec Industries, and T-Systems as well as non-profit organizations such as Diakonie, giving him lots of insights into management practice.

Phillip Nell is widely experienced both in degree-course and executive education and his teaching has received multiple awards such as the CEMS course of the year award in 2015 and 2016. Besides Copenhagen and Vienna, he has taught at ESADE Business School in Spain, and universities in Padova, Linz, St. Gallen, Prague, and Rio de Janeiro.

His research interests are centered on the organization of the multinational corporation, the management of subsidiaries, and the strategic role headquarters play in large and complex organizations. His research has been accepted for publication among others in Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Long Range Planning, Journal of World Business, Global Strategy Journal, and Research Policy.

 

Primary research areas
  • Interorganizational relationships

  • Headquarters configurations and headquarters value-added within MNCs

  • The organization of the multinational corporation

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Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/pcnsi
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Selected publications
  • Nell, P.C.; Laamanen, T; Kappen, P. (2017): “Reconceptualising Hierarchies: The Disaggregation and Dispersion of Headquarters in Multinational Corporations“. Journal of Management Studies 54:8, December 2017; 1121-1143.
  • Holm, A., Decreton, B., Nell, P.C., Klopf P. (2017): “The dynamic response process to conflicting institutional demands in MNC subsidiaries – An inductive study in the Sub-Saharan African e-commerce sector”. Global Strategy Journal. 7 (1), 104-124.
  • Kostova, T.; Nell, P.C.; Hoenen, A.K. (2016): “Understanding Agency Problems in Headquarters-Subsidiary Relationships in Multinational Corporations: A contextualized Model”. Journal of Management.
  • Nell, P. C., Ambos, B. (2013): “Parenting Advantage in the MNC: An Embeddedness Perspective on the Value Added by Headquarters”. Strategic Management Journal 34 (9), 1086–1103.
  • Nell, P. C., Ambos, B., Schlegelmilch, B. B. (2011): “The MNC as an Externally Embedded Organization: An Investigation of Embeddedness Overlap in Local Subsidiary Networks”. Journal of World Business 46 (4), 497–505.
  • Foss, K., Foss, N., Nell, P. C. (2012): “MNC Organizational Form and Subsidiary Motivation Problems: Controlling Intervention Hazards in the Network MNC”. Journal of International Management 18 (3), 247–259.

 

Publications sorted by:
2022
Daniel S. Andrews; Phillip C. Nell; Andreas Schotter; Tomi Laamanen / And the Subsidiary Lives On : Harnessing Complex Realities in the Contemporary MNE.
In: Journal of International Business Studies, 29.7.2022
Journal article > peer review
Jelena Cerar; Mihaela Dimitrova; Phillip C. Nell / Fostering Operational Management “Best Practices” in Subsidiary Plants in the Western Balkans : The Role of MNC Home-country Environment and Resource Allocation.
In: Journal of International Management, Vol. 28, No. 2, 6.2022
Journal article > peer review
Jelena Cerar; Benoit Decreton; Phillip C. Nell / What’s in a Name? : How Senior Managers use Name-based Heuristics to Allocate Financial Resources in Multinational Corporations.
In: Journal of Management Studies, 25.5.2022
Journal article > peer review
2021
Phillip C. Nell; Nicolai J. Foss; Peter G. Klein; Jan Schmitt / Avoiding Digitalization Traps : Tools for Top Managers.
In: Business Horizons, Vol. 64, No. 2, 3.2021, p. 163-169
Journal article > peer review
Renate Kratochvil; Claudio Biscaro; Esther Tippmann; Phillip Nell; Andrew Parker / Cum grano salis, with a Grain of Salt : Gender Differences in the Involvement of Superiors in Problem Formulation.
Paper presented at DRUID21 Conference, 2021
Paper > peer review
Michael Glock; Phillip C. Nell; Torben Pedersen / Facets of Intervention : The Effect of Headquarters Intervention on Subunit Compliance.
Paper presented at Academy of International Business Conference, 2021
Paper > peer review
Florian Smeritschnig; Jakob Muellner; Phillip C. Nell; Martin Weiss / Intra-industry Diversification Effects Under Firm-specific Contingencies on the Demand Side
In: Long Range Planning, Vol. 54, No. 1, 2.2021
Journal article > peer review
Jelena Cerar; Phillip C. Nell; B. Sebastian Reiche / The Declining Share of Primary Data and the Neglect of the Individual Level in International Business Research
In: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 52, No. 7, 9.2021, p. 1365-1374
Journal article > peer review
2020
Jelena Cerar; Phillip C. Nell; Benoit Decreton / Biases in Financial Resource Allocation to Subsidiary Projects : The Role of Psychic Distance.
In: Proceedings of the Eightieth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. ed. /Guclu Atinc. Briarcliff Manor, NY : Academy of Management 2020, 1 p. (Academy of Management Proceedings)
Conference abstract in proceedings > peer review
Sjoerd Beugelsdijk; Björn Ambos; Phillip C. Nell / Conceptualizing and Measuring Distance in International Business Research : Recurring Questions and Best Practice Guidelines.
In: Research Methods in International Business. ed. /Lorraine Eden; Bo Bernhard Nielsen; Alain Verbeke. Cham : Palgrave Macmillan 2020, p. 449-498 (JIBS Special Collections)
Book chapter > peer review
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Primary occupation at Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria.