Resume´

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Education

PhD, New York University, 2002; MPhil, New York University, 2000; BBA, University of Michigan, 1995

Research Areas

International expansion and governance; Foreign entry and location decisions; Cross-border knowledge transfer; International trade; Globalization

Academic Positions Held

Stern School of Business: 2005-present

Professional Awards

Haynes Best Paper Prize (2003); Barry M. Richman Dissertation Award (2003); Newman Prize (2002); Gunnar Hedlund Medal Finalist (2003); Richard N. Farmer Award Finalist (2003); Best Paper Nominations, AOM (2002, 2003); Commendations for “Excellence in Teaching” (USC, 2003; NYU 2000, 2006)

Representative Publications

Garcia, F., Jin, B. & R. Salomon. 2012. Does Inward Foreign Direct Investment Increase the Innovative Performance of Local Firms? Forthcoming at Research Policy.

Salomon, R. & Z. Wu. 2012. Institutional Distance and Local Isomorphism Strategy: Foreign Investment in the U. S. Banking Industry. Forthcoming at Journal of International Business Studies.

Barnett, M. & R. Salomon. 2012. Does it Pay to be Really Good? Addressing the Shape of the Relationship between Social and Financial Performance. Forthcoming at Strategic Management Journal.

Salomon, Jin. 2010.Do Leading or Lagging Firms Learn More From Exporting? Strategic Management Journal, 31 (10):1088 – 1113.
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X.Martin, Salomon, Wu. 2010. The Institutional Determinants of Agglomeration: A Study in the Global Semiconductor Industry. Industrial and Corporate Change, 19 (6): 1769 – 1800.
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Salomon, R. & X. Martin. 2008. Learning, Knowledge Transfer and Technology Implementation Performance: A Study of Time-to-Build in the Global Semiconductor Industry. Management Science, 54 (7): 1266-1280.
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Salomon, R. & B. Jin. 2008. Does Knowledge Spill to Leaders or Laggards? Exploring Industry Heterogeneity in Learning by Exporting. Journal of International Business Studies, 39 (1): 132-150.
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Mayer, K. & R. Salomon. 2006. Capabilities, Contractual Hazards, and Governance: Integrating Resource-based and Transaction Cost Perspectives. Academy of Management Journal, 49 (5): 942-959.
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Barnett, M. & R. Salomon. 2006. Beyond Dichotomy: The Curvilinear Relationship Between Social Responsibility and Financial Performance. Strategic Management Journal, 27: 1101-1122.
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Salomon, R. 2006. Spillovers to Foreign Market Participants: Assessing the Impact of Export Strategies on Innovative Productivity. Strategic Organization, 4(2): 135-164.
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Salomon, R. & J. M. Shaver. 2005. Export and Domestic Sales: Their Interrelationship and Determinants. Strategic Management Journal, 26: 855-871.
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Salomon, R. & J. M. Shaver. 2005. Learning by Exporting: New Insights from Examining Firm Innovation. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, 14 (2): 431-460.
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Martin, X. & R. Salomon. 2003. Tacitness, Learning, and International Expansion: A Study of Foreign Direct Investment in a Knowledge-intensive Industry. Organization Science, 14 (3): 297-311.
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Martin, X. & R. Salomon. 2003. Knowledge Transfer Capacity: Implications for the Theory of the Multinational Corporation. Journal of International Business Studies, 34: 356-73.
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Professional Service

Executive Committee Member, TIM Division of the Academy of Management