Selected Academic outputs since 2009
Green, A., Sevinc, D., Bryson, J., Collinson, S.C., Riley, R. (2020). Ensuring skills are available in the right locations: are we there yet? A regional analysis of qualification gaps. Regional Studies (forthcoming).
Collinson, S.C., Narula, R. and Rugman, A.M. (2020). International Business, 8th Edition, FT Pearson/Prentice Hall, Harlow.
Qamar, A., Hall, M., Chicksand, D. and Collinson, S.C. (2019). Production Planning & Control: The Management of Operations. p. 1-16.
Qamar, A., Hall, M. A., & Collinson, S.C. (2018). Lean versus agile production: flexibility trade-offs within the automotive supply chain. International Journal of Production Research, 56, 11, p. 3974-3993.
Vendrell-Herrero, F., Gomes, E., Collinson, S., Parry, G. (2018). Selling digital services abroad: How do extrinsic attributes influence foreign consumers' purchase intentions? International Business Review, 27:1, 173-185
Elg, U., Ghauri, P., Child, J., Collinson, S.C. (2017). MNE Microfoundations and Routines for Building a Legitimate and Sustainable Position in Emerging Markets. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38:9, 1-18
Collinson, S., Liu, Y. (2017). Recombination for innovation: performance outcomes from international partnerships in China. R&D Management, 49,1, 46-63.
Collinson, S.C (2017) “The Declining Relevance and Legitimacy of IB Scholarship in a World That Really Needs It,” invited lead article in AIB Insights, 17, 2, Academy of International Business.
Collinson, S.C., Narula, R. and Rugman, A.M. (2017) International Business (7th Edition), FT Pearson/Prentice Hall, Harlow.
Collinson, S.C. (2015), Dedication: Yin and Yang: Integrating Disparate Perspectives for International Business Research and Teaching, in Rob Van Tulder, Alain Verbeke, Rian Drogendijk (eds.) The Future of Global Organizing (Progress in International Business Research, Volume 10) Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.27 - 35
Collinson, S.C. and Narula, R. (2014), Asset recombination in international partnerships as a source of improved innovation capabilities in China, Multinational Business Review, 22, 4, pp.394 – 417.
Paroutis, S., Mckeown, M. & Collinson, S. (2013). Building Castles from Sand: Unlocking CEO Mythopoetical Behavior in Hewlett Packard from 1978 to 2005. Business History, 55 (7), 1200-1227.
Collinson, S.C. and Wang, R. (J.L.) (2012) ‘Learning Networks and Technological Capability in Multinational Enterprise Subsidiaries’, Research Policy, 41 (9) 1501-1518.
Collinson, S.C. and Rugman, A.M. (2011) 'Relevance and Rigor in International Business Teaching: Using the CSA-FSA Matrix', Journal of Teaching in International Business, 22:1, 29 – 37.
Collinson, S.C., Sullivan-Taylor, B. and Wilson, D.C. (2010) ‘Extending the Integration-Responsiveness Framework: Delivering a Global Service Strategy at British Airways’, Strategic Innovators, 3: 3, p.8-22.
Wang, Q., Collinson, S.C. and Wu, X. (2010) ‘The Rise of Chinese Technology-based Firms: New Institutional and Market Contexts for Innovation,’ Editors Introduction to a Special Issue on Innovation in China, International Journal of Innovation Management, 14: 1, pp. v-x.
Collinson, S.C. and Rugman, A.M. (2010) ‘Case Selection Biases in Management Research: The Implications for International Business Studies’, European Journal of International Management, 4:5, pp. 441-463.
Collinson, S.C. and Rugman, A.M. (2008) ‘The Regional Nature of Japanese Multinational Business’,Journal of International Business Studies(JIBS), 39:2, pp. 215-230, Palgrave.
Collinson, S.C. (2016) Who Benefits When MNEs Partner with Local Enterprises in China? Chapter inChina’s Innovation Challenge: Overcoming the Middle Income Trap, Edited by Arie Y. Lewin, Martin Kenney, and Johann Peter Murmann, Cambridge University Press.
Dale, C., Osegowitsch, T. and Collinson, S. (2014), Disintegration and De-internationalization: Changing Vertical and International Scope and the Case of the Oil and Gas Industry, in Pedersen, T. et al. (ed.) Orchestration of the Global Network Organization (Advances in International Management, Volume 27), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.487-516
Collinson, S.C. (2013) ‘Cross-Border M&A by the New Multinationals: Different Reasons to ‘Go Global’’ Chapter in Williamson, Ramamurti and Fleurys Re-assessing emerging markets multinationals’ competitive advantages Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Collinson, S.C. and Sun, Y. (2012) ‘Corporate Hybrids and the Co-evolution of Institutions and Enterprise in China’, Chapter in Robert Pearce (ed.) China and the Multinationals: International Business and the Entry of China into the Global Economy, Edward Elgar.
Heracleous, L. and Collinson, S.C. (2009) ‘HSBC's strategy and leadership’, in Singh, K., Panagarkar, N. & Heracleous, L. Business Strategy in Asia. 3rd Edition. Singapore: Cengage.
Collinson, S.C. and Morgan, G. (Eds.) (2009) Images of the Multinational Firm, Wiley, Oxford. A compilation of perspectives from leading authors from international business studies and organisation studies, including John Dunning, Eleanor Westney, John Cantwell, Richard Whitely and Alan Rugman.
Collinson, S.C. (2009) ‘The MNE as the major global promoter of economic development,’ Chapter 4, pp. 69-92, Images of the Multinational Firm, Wiley, Oxford.
Collinson, S.C. and Pettigrew, A.M. (2009) ‘Comparative International Business Research methods: pitfalls and practicalities’, Chapter 27 in Rugman (Ed.) The Oxford Handbook of International Business (2nd Edition), Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Selected policy, practice and teaching contributions since 2017 only
Bramley, G., Collinson, S.C., Goddard, J. and Kelly, U. (2020) Scoping the civic impact of the University of Birmingham, Commissioned Report.
Collinson, S.C. (2020) Contagion: The Economic and Social Impacts of Covid-19 on our Region, University of Birmingham Brief.
Chloe Billing, Magda Cepeda Zorrilla, Simon Collinson, Anne Green, Fengjie Pan (2020) Regional Productivity Differences, Skills and Inclusive Growth: Survey Findings. ESRC Grant Ref: ES/S0022.
Collinson, S.C. (2019) Enhancing the Civic Role of UK Universities, University of Birmingham Research Perspectives, March 2019 https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/ research/perspective/enhancing-the-civil-role-of-uk-universities.aspx
Collinson, S.C. (2018) Local elections are a chance to address English regional inequality, The Conversation (2/5/2018). http://theconversation.com/local-elections-are-a-chance-to-address-english-regional-inequality-92616
Collinson, S.C. (lead author) (2018) Enhancing the Value of Business and Management Research in the UK, a joint position paper from the British Academy of Management (BAM) and the Chartered ABS.
Collinson, S.C. (2018) A Place-Based Industrial Strategy for the West Midlands: Developing our Regional Innovation System (RIS), City-REDI Policy paper for the WMCA and regional stakeholders.
Collinson, S.C. (2017) Are business schools fit for the future? WonkHE, (7/11/2017) https://wonkhe.com/blogs/are-business-schools-fit-for-the-future/
Wilson, A. and Collinson, S.C. (2017) Pathways to Success: Strategic groups of UK business schools, Chartered ABS Policy Papers. Oct. 2017. https://charteredabs.org/publications/9444/
Collinson, S.C. (2017) ‘Are Business Schools Fit for the Future?’ in Bradshaw, D. (Ed.) Rethinking Business Education: Fit for the Future. https://charteredabs.org/business-schools-fit-future/
Collinson, S.C. and Qamar, A. (2017) ‘Smart City-Regions Need Smart People’ Prospect Magazine Oct. 2017 Special Issue on Data as Infrastructure.
WMREDI, City-REDI briefings and blogs:
Business Press articles and interviews (2016-2018)
2018: ‘Business schools suffer cut in EU funds as Brexit nears’ The Financial Times (Jonathan Moules; 7/11/2018).
2018: ‘Universities ‘bleeding their business schools dry’’ The Times Higher (5/11/2018)
2018: Radio 4 Today; live interview on What does the Future of Regional Economic Development look like for the Midlands Ahead of Today’s Budget? (Dominic O’Connell; 29/10/2018) https://blog.bham.ac.uk/cityredi/professor-simon-collinson-interviewed-this-morning-on-radio-4-what-does-the-future-of-regional-economic-development-look-like-for-the-midlands-ahead-of-todays-budget/
2018: Sky News Live, LBC radio, BBC Coventry and Warwickshire radio and BBC West Midlands radio live Interviews on ‘Carillion Collapse’ on (15 and 16/1/2018)
2018: BBC Inside-Out interview on the Carillion collapse (18/1/2018) https://twitter.com/CoSS_Birmingham/status/955446796905480192/photo/1
2017: Radio 4 Today; live interview on regional industrial strategies (Dominic O’Connell; 27/11/2017) https://blog.bham.ac.uk/cityredi/professor-simon-collinson-interviewed-on-radio-4-on-the-industrial-strategy/
2017: Radio 4 Today; recorded interview on the Autumn Budget and regional industrial strategies (Dominc O’Connell; 22/11/2017) https://blog.bham.ac.uk/cityredi/professor-simon-collinson-interviewed-on-radio-4/
2017: ‘Are business schools on the brink of a Brexit talent drain?’ The Financial Times (Jonathan Moules; 7/11/2017).
2017: General election commentary on need for distributed regional growth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02jJBtWdKp0
2017: ‘EU recruitment woes push business schools towards ‘tipping point’’ The THES (Holly Else; 6/11/2017)
2017: ‘Brexit exacts a heavy toll on UK business schools’ The Financial Times (Jonathan Moules; 19/6/2017)
2017: ‘Brexit bonus for students…’ The Financial Times (Jonathan Moules; 19/6/2017)
2017: ‘U.K.’s Economic Divide Takes Focus as May’s Lead in Polls Shrinks Ahead of Election’ Wall Street Journal (Jason Douglas and Wiktor Szary, 6/6/2017) https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-k-s-economic-divide-takes-focus-as-mays-lead-in-polls-shrinks-ahead-of-election-1496759075
2017: ‘Declining UK business research funding concentrated among elite,’ The Times Higher (John Elmes; 29-3-2017)
2016: ‘Business schools hit by outlook on immigration,’ The Financial Times (Jonathan Moules; 14-11-2016)
2016: ‘Brexit blamed for rise in student ‘no-shows’ at business schools,’ The Times Higher (John Elmes; 14-11-2016)
2016: ‘BREXIT blamed for rise in foreign student no-shows at top business schools,’ The Independent (Rachael Pells; 17-11-2016)
2016: ‘Policymakers have ‘cynicism’ for UK business schools, says dean. Chair of Chartered Association of Business Schools questions government’s STEM focus when it comes to research funding,’ The Times Higher (John Elmes; 16-3-2016)
2016: ‘Government visa rules are making Britain a ‘difficult and unattractive’ study destination for international students,’ The Independent (Aftab Ali; 11-3-2016)
2016: ‘Business schools: UK immigration policy sparks drop in students. Chartered Association of Business Schools report shows numbers of non-EU students falling almost 9 per cent last year,’ The Times Higher (John Elmes; 10-3-2016)
2016: ‘Why business and management degrees are popular university courses’, The Independent (Geraldine Hackett; 25-2-2016)
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