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James Kennelly

James Kennelly

Contact Information & Background

Professor of International Business & Management
Associate Chair, Department of Management & Business
jkennell@skidmore.edu
Phone: 518-580-5108
Office: PMH 206

 

 

Current Courses

MB 351B Business and the Natural Environment

MB 306 Foundations of Business In the International Environment

Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

Education

Ph.D., International Business & Management, New York University, Stern School of Business
M.Phil., International Business & Management, New York University, Stern School of Business
MBA, International Business & Economics, New York University, Stern School of Business,
B.S., Accounting, Montclair State University

Selected Publications

Kennelly, J.J. Forthcoming 2014. Cooley Distillery: The independent spirit of Ireland. Case Research Journal, 34(1).

Shrivastava, P. & Kennelly, J.J. 2013. Sustainability and place-based enterprise. Organization & Environment, 25(1), 83-101.

Kennelly, J.J. & Mengel, T. 2011. Shell E&P Ireland Limited (SEPIL) and the Corrib Gas Controversy. Case Research Journal, 31(4), 1-26.

Kennelly, J.J. 2011. Normal courage: Robert A. Anderson and the Irish co-operative moment. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review, 100(300), 319-330.

Bradley, F. & Kennelly, J.J. 2009. Knowledge is global, innovation local! Banking Ireland, Spring 2009.

Kennelly, J.J. 2008. The Dawn of the practical: Horace Plunckett and the cooperative movement.  New Hibernia Review, 12(1), 62-81.

Kennelly, J.J. & Bailey, S. 2007. Got Milk? Agri-Mark and the U.S. dairy industry. Case Research Journal, 27(2), 45-75.

Kennelly, J.J. & Bradley, F. 2005. Ireland in the new century: An Opportunity to foster an ethic of sustainable enterprise.  Sustainable Development, 13, 91-101.

Kennelly, J.J. 2004.  Oneida Ltd.: Setting the world's table, alone.  Case Research Journal, 24(2), 89-120. (Awarded the Curtis E. Tate Award for best case of 2004 by North American Case Reserach Assocation.)

Selected Books

Bradley, F. & Kennelly, J.J.  2008.  Capitalising on culture, Competing on Difference: Innovation, Learning and Sense of Place in a Globalising Ireland.  Dublin, Ireland: Blackhall Publishing.

Kennelly, J.J. 2001.  The Kerry Way: The History of Kerry Group, 1972-2000. Dublin, Ireland: The Oak Tree Press.

Kennelly, J.J. 2000. Institutional Ownership and Multinational Firms: Relationships to Social and Environmental Performance.  New York:  Garland Publishing, Inc.

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