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Assistant Professor of Management
Dr. Kalin Kolev joined the management department at Marquette University in 2014. He received his PhD in Strategic Management from Michigan State University, his MBA from The University of Tulsa, and his Bachelor’s degree from The University of National and World Economy in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Dr. Kolev’s research focuses on strategic decision making and risk taking under uncertainty. In particular, he examines the antecedents and consequences of major restructuring activities, such as mergers and acquisitions, diversification, and divestitures. Furthermore, Dr. Kolev studies how the complex relationships between firm executives and boards of directors shape executive compensation, the risk profile of the firm, and organizational performance. Kalin’s research has been published in a number of peer-reviewed journals and book chapters, including Strategic Management Journal and Journal of Management.
- PhD – Strategic Management, Michigan State University, 2012.
- MBA – University of Tulsa, 2006.
- B.A. – International Business, University of National and World Economy Sofia, Bulgaria, 2003.
Strategic decision making
Risk taking under uncertainty
Mergers and acquisitions
Boards of directors and corporate governance
Kolev, K., Wiseman, R. M., & Gomez-Mejia, L. R. 2014. Do CEOs ever lose? Fairness perspective on the allocation of residuals between CEOs and shareholders. Journal of Management in press.
Haleblian, J., McNamara, G., Kolev, K., & Dykes, B. J. 2012. Exploring firm characteristics that differentiate leaders from followers in industry merger waves: A competitive dynamics perspective. Strategic Management Journal 33: 1037-1052.
Kolev, K., Haleblian, J., & McNamara, G. 2012. A review of the merger and acquisition wave literature: History, antecedents, consequences, and future directions. In D. Faulkner, S. Teerikangas, & R. Joseph (Eds.), Handbook of Mergers and Acquisitions, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.