Alfredo J. Mauri, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Director of the International Business Program
Discipline Taught: International Business
Office: Mandeville 376
Phone: (610) 660-1120
Fax: (610) 660-1229
Email: amauri@sju.edu


Education

  • B.S. Universidad Simon Bolivar, Caracas, Venezuela '83
  • M.B.A. IESA (Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administracion), Caracas, Venezuela '85
  • Ph.D.Temple University '96 

Professional Experience

Consultant, 1993-1997
Summer Intern, 1991.
Arthur D. Little, Caracas, Venezuela.
Director of Planning, 1987-1990.
Seguros La Seguridad C.A., Caracas, Venezuela.
Assistant to the Reinsurance Manager, 1986.
Seguros La Seguridad C.A., Caracas, Venezuela.
Product Specialist, 1985.
Citibank Investment Banking, Caracas, Venezuela. 

Courses Taught

  • Business Policy
  • Global Business (Executive MBA)
  • Global Corporate Strategy (Pharmaceutical Marketing Executive MBA)
  • Global Strategic Planning
  • International Management
  • International Residency (Executive MBA)
  • Capstone Simulation (Executive MBA)

Publications

 

Selected Publications

Mauri, Alfredo, Jing Lin & João Neiva de Figueiredo, 2013. “The Influence of Strategic Patterns of Internationalization on the Accuracy and Bias of Earnings Forecasts by Financial Analysts.” International Business Review, in press.

Neiva de Figueiredo, João & Alfredo Mauri, 2012. “Developing International Managerial Skills through the Cross-cultural Assignment: Experiential Learning by Matching U.S.-based and International Students.” Journal of Management Education, in press.

Mauri, Alfredo & João Neiva de Figueiredo 2011. “Strategic Patterns of Internationalization and Performance Variability: Effects of US-Based MNC Cross-Border Dispersion, Integration, and Outsourcing.” Journal of International Management, 18(1), 38–51.

Mauri, Alfredo 2009. “Influence of MNC Network Configuration Patterns on the Volatility of Firm Performance: An Empirical Investigation.” Management International Review, 49 (6), 691-707.

Mauri, Alfredo, 2007. “Internal and External Networks: Balancing the Incentives to Collaborate with the Control Requirements of a Global Strategy.” International Journal of Business Strategy, 7 (2), pp. 142-152.

Mauri, Alfredo & Rakesh B. Sambharya, 2003. “The Performance Implications of a Global Integration Strategy in Global Industries: An Empirical Investigation using Inter-Area Product Flows.” Management International Review, 43(2) Special Issue: “Can Multinationals Bridge the Gap between Global and Local”, pp.27-45.

McMillan, G. Steven, Alfredo Mauri & Robert D. Hamilton III, 2003. “The Impact of Publishing and Patenting Activities on New Product Development and Firm Performance: The Case of the US Pharmaceutical Industry.” International Journal of Innovation Management, 7(2), pp. 213-221.

Mauri, Alfredo & Arvind V. Phatak, 2001. “Global Integration as Inter-Area Product Flows: The Internalization of Ownership and Location Factors Influencing Product Flows across MNC units”. Management International Review, 41(3), pp. 233-249.

Mauri, Alfredo & Rakesh B. Sambharya, 2001. “The Impact of Global Integration on MNE Performance: Evidence from Global Industries”. International Business Review, 10(4), pp.441-454.

Mauri, Alfredo, 2000. “Influence of Industry and Firm-Effects on Global Strategy: Assessing the Heterogeneity of Global Industries using Variance Components Analysis.” Journal of Global Business, 12 (Spring), pp.75-83.

Mauri, Alfredo, 2000. “Strategies Influencing International Flows of Products across Units of Multinational Corporations: A Firm-Level Study of Intra-Firm Transfers.” Global Focus, 12(2), pp.111-121.

Mauri, Alfredo & G. Steven McMillan, 1999. “The Influence of Technology on Strategic Alliances: An Application of the Utterback and Abernathy Model of Product and Process Innovation.” International Journal of Innovation Management, 3(4), pp. 367-378.

Mauri, Alfredo & Max Michaels, 1998. “Industry Effects Within Strategic Management Management: An Empirical Examination.” Strategic Management Journal, 19(3), 211-219.


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