New Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Comparative International Management.

2021-09-16

Dr Elie CHRYSOSTOME, Professor of Strategy & International Business and Director of CEDIMES Institute USA at the School of Business and Economics of The State University of New York, Campus of Plattsburgh will be taking over from Dr. Basu Sharma, the founder and long-time editor of the journal, in Fall 2021.

Biography of Prof. Elie CHRYSOSTOME

 Dr Elie CHRYSOSTOME is Professor of International Business and Strategic Management at the   State University of New York, Campus of Plattsburgh and Founding Director of CEDIMES Institute USA (Centre for Research in International Business, Entrepreneurship and Economics). He was the chair of the division of International Business of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC). He is also the Chair of the International Conference of CEDIMES Institute USA and the Chair of the International Workshop of Ivey Business School Case Teaching in West Africa.

Dr Elie CHRYSOSTOME is a Research Associate at the Strategy and Society Chair of Management of HEC-Montreal (Canada) and at the Montreal Local-Global Research Group at the John Molson School of Business of Concordia University at Montreal (Canada). He is also a Research Fellow of SOAS at University of London (UK) and Advisor at The Cambridge Learning Gateway (UK). He taught at Laval University and at University of Moncton in Canada and was invited speaker or visiting scholar at several leading business schools including Ivey Business School (Canada), Thunderbird School of Global Management (Arizona, USA), Haute Ecole de Gestion de Fribourg (Fribourg, Switzerland), HEC-Montreal (Canada), Laval University (Quebec, Canada), Universite Paris- Dauphine (France), SOAS University of London (UK), Wroclaw University of Economics (Poland) and Alfred Nobel University (Ukraine).

His research works have focused on issues related to International Joint-Ventures and Strategic Alliances, internationalization of small businesses and capacity building in Developing Countries. He has a great interest in international entrepreneurship and especially in diaspora and immigrant entrepreneurship on which he has published extensively. He supervised, co-supervised or served as external examiner of many graduate student dissertations including PhD students from prestigious universities such as Ivey Business School, John Molson Business School of Concordia University and Laval University in Canada. He’s author and co-author of more than 40 peer reviewed publications and 3 book (Edited). He has served on the Editorial Board of several well-known international journals in International Business and Management and is a member of Academy of International Business an Academy of Management. He holds a PhD in Administration Sciences with specialization in International Strategic Management from Laval University in Canada.