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Peter Tashman

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Dr. Peter TashmanAssistant Professor of Strategic Management
  • CollegeManning School of Business
  • DepartmentManagement
  • OfficePulichino Tong Business Center - 336


  • Ph D: Strategic Management, (2011), George Washington University, School of Business - Washington, DC
  • BA: German and European Studies, (1993), University of Vermont, School of Arts and Sciences - Burlington, VT
  • BS: International Management, (1993), University of Vermont, School of Business Administration - Burlington, VT

Selected Awards and Honors

  • Best Paper Award Nominee (2018) - ONE Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting
  • Best Paper Award Nominee (2017) - SIM Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting
  • Finalist for the Willamette University, Atkinson Graduate School of Management Best Paper in International Ethics, Social Responsibility, and/or Sustainability Award (2015) - International Management Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Finalist for Best Article of the Year (2013) - Business Ethics Quarterly
  • Finalist for Best Dissertation Award (2012) - ONE Division of the Academy of Management
  • Winner Best Paper Award (2011) - ONE Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting
  • Best Paper Award Nominee (2008) - SIM Division, Academy of Management Annual Meeting
  • Admitted to Beta Gamma Sigma (1993)
  • Admitted to Phi Beta Kappa (1993)
  • Citibank International Management Award (1993) - University of Vermont

Selected Publications

  • Marano, V. (Northeastern University), Tashman, P., Kostova, T. (University of South Carolina) (2017) "Escaping the iron cage: Liabilities of origin and CSR reporting of emerging market multinational enterprises," Journal of International Business Studies 48:3 pp. 386-408
  • Hamann, R. (University of Cape Town), Smith, J. (University of Cape Town), Tashman, P., Marshall, R.S. (Portland State University) (2017) "Why do SMEs go green? An analysis of wine firms in South Africa," Business & Society 56:1 pp. 11–22
  • Tashman, P., Rivera, J. (The George Washington University) (2016) "Ecological uncertainty, adaptation and mitigation in the US ski resort industry: Managing resource dependence and institutional pressures," Strategic Management Journal 37:7 pp. 1507-1525
  • Tashman, P., Winn, M. (University of Victoria), Rivera, J.E. (The George Washington University) (2015) "Corporate climate change adaptation - An emerging field on non-market strategy in an uncertain world," Routledge pp. 295-314
  • Doh, J.P. (Villanova University), Tashman, P. (2014) "Half a world away: The integration and assimilation of corporate social responsibility, sustainability, and sustainable development in business school curricula," Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management 21:3 pp. 131-142
  • Tashman, P., Raelin, J. (The George Washington University) (2013) "Who and what really matters to the firm: Moving stakeholder salience beyond managerial perceptions," Business Ethics Quarterly 23:4 pp. 591-616
  • Marano, V. (University of South Carolina), Tashman, P. (2012) "MNE/NGO partnerships and the legitimacy of the firm," International Business Review 21:6 pp. 1122-1130
  • Tashman, P. (2011) "Corporate Climate Change Adaptation, Vulnerability and Environmental Performance in the United States Ski Resort Industry," ProQuest Dissertations Publishing
  • Tashman, P., Rivera, J. (The George Washington University) (2010) "Are Members of Business for Social Responsibility More Responsible?," Policy Studies Journal 38:3 pp. 487-514
  • Tashman, P., Fort, T.L. (The George Washington University) (2010) "Book Review - Business Ethics: A Manual for Managing a Responsible Business Enterprise in Emerging Market Economies, by Kenneth W. Johnson and Igor Y. Abramov," Business Ethics Quarterly 19:2 pp. 307-318
  • Tashman, P., Marano, V. (University of South Carolina) (2009) "Dynamic capabilities and base of the pyramid business strategies," Journal of Business Ethics 89:4 pp. 495-514