Russell Crook, an assistant professor in the Department of Management, has recently published two articles in Financial Times Top Journals in Business, and a third article in Organizational Research Methods, the top journal devoted solely to research methods in the organizational sciences. Crook’s research concentrates on strategy and entrepreneurship topics related to why some firms perform better than others, research methods, and research synthesis. His research has collected two best paper awards, and he has recently been appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Management. Crook received his Ph.D. from Florida State University and joined UT in 2007.
Recent Select Publications
Crook, T. R., Shook, C. L., Morris, M. L., & Madden, T. M. (forthcoming). “Are we there yet? An assessment of research design and construct measurement practices in entrepreneurship research.” Organizational Research Methods.
Crook, T. R., Ketchen Jr., D. J., Combs, J. G., & Todd, S. Y. (2008). “Strategic resources and performance: A meta-analysis.” Strategic Management Journal, 29(11): 1141-1154.
Crook, T. R., Giunipero, L. G., Reus, T. H., Handfield, R., & Williams, S. K. (2008). “Antecedents and outcomes of supply chain effectiveness: An exploratory investigation.” Journal of Managerial Issues, 20(2): 161-177.
Crook, T. R., & Combs, J. G. (2007). “Sources and consequences of bargaining power in supply chains.” Journal of Operations Management, 25(2): 546-555.
Crook, T. R., Bratton, V., Hoover, V., & Ketchen Jr., D. J. (2006). Has strategic management shed the normal science straightjacket: Revisiting Bettis’ (1991) critiques. Journal of Managerial Issues, 18(3): 409-423.