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Philip Bromiley

Philip Bromiley

University of California, Irvine

Philip Bromiley (Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University) is a Dean’s Professor in Strategic Management at the Merage School of University of California, Irvine. Previously, he held the Carlson Chair in Strategic Management and chaired the Department of Strategic Management & Organization at the University of Minnesota. His published work includes two books and over 80 book chapters and journal articles. He has served on the boards of numerous scholarly journals and as associate editor at Management Science, and Strategic Management Journal. He is a fellow of the Strategic Management Society. His current research examines managerial time horizons, CEO compensation, the practice-based view, corporate social responsibility, and corporate risk-taking.

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Observers have argued that managers pay too much attention to short term results at the expense of long run value. This article expands on the managerial...

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