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Management

Mark Cordano

Professor and Dean

Girard School of Business

Degree(s)

Ph.D., Katz Graduate School of Business, U. of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA; MBA, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN; BA, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Teaching

Competition, Innovation & Strategic Advantage

Research

Refereed Journal Articles

Cordano, M., Welcomer, S., Scherer, R., Pradenas, L., & Parada, V., “A Cross-Cultural Assessment of Three Theories of Pro-Environmental A Comparison Between Business Students of Chile and the United States.”  Environment and Behavior, 2011; 43(5): 634-657.

Cordano, M., Welcomer, S., Scherer, R., Pradenas, L., & Parada, V., “Understanding Cultural Differences in the Antecedents of pro-Environmental A Comparative Analysis of Business Students in the United States and Chile.”  Journal of Environmental Education, 2010; 41(4): 224-238.

Cordano, M., Marshall, R.S., & Silverman, M., “How Do Small and Medium Enterprises Go ‘Green’? A Study of the Environmental Management Programs in the U.S. Wine Industry.”  Journal of Business Ethics, 2010; 92: 463-478.

Refereed Conference Presentations with Proceedings

Greens in the Vines: The Role of Consumers’ Environmental Concerns Regarding Inclination to Make Wine Purchase Decisions (with Fitzmaurice, J., Martinson, T., and Wise, A.),2012 Proceedings of the Twenty-third Annual Meeting of the International Association for Business and Society: 134-145.

 

The Benefits of Structural Equation Modeling for Developing and Testing Corporate Social Performance Theory (with Welcomer, S.A., & Griffiths, A.),2007Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the International Association for Business and Society: 121-125.

Contact

cordanom@merrimack.edu
978-837-5401

Office

O’Reilly 209