Harry Korine has spent two decades exploring the answers to questions such as these, as a researcher, educator, and advisor to senior executives and boards, and owners. Areas of special interest are corporate governance, global strategy, and strategic alliances.
Harry Korine is an Adjunct Professor of Strategy at INSEAD. He also teaches corporate governance at the London Business School and works with the French Corporate Governance Institute at EM Lyon as a Senior Research Fellow.
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Strong Managers, Strong Owners: Corporate Governance and Strategy, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2013 (With P.-Y. Gomez).
L’entreprise dans la démocratie: Une théorie politique du gouvernement des entreprises, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium: De Boeck Université, 2009 (With P.-Y. Gomez).
Entrepreneurs and Democracy: A Political Theory of Corporate Governance, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2008 (With P.-Y. Gomez).
The Leap to Globalization: Creating Value from Business Without Borders, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002 (With P.-Y. Gomez).
“Why don’t more investor representatives sit on the boards of publicly-traded companies?” in Gomez, P.-Y., & Moore, R. (eds.) Board Members and Management Consultants, Charlotte, NC: Information Age Press, 2009.
“The Importance of the Agreement Formation Process in Partnering with the Unfamiliar: The Case of Renault and Nissan”, Stahl, G.K., & Mendenhall, M.E. (eds.) Managing Culture and Human Resources in Mergers and Acquisitions, , Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, (With K.Asakawa, P.-Y. Gomez), 2005.
“Alliance Stratégique et Construction de la Confiance : Le Cas Renault-Nissan” , in Thuderoz, C., & Mangematin, V. (eds.) Les mondes de confiance, Paris: CNRS Editions, (With P.-Y. Gomez, O. Masclef), 2004.
“Anchors in a Professional Storm”, Business Strategy Review, 22, 4, 2011 (With D. Houlder and B. Kerres).
“The real job of boards”, Business Strategy Review, 21, 3, 2010 (With M. Alexander and P.-Y. Gomez).
“When you shouldn’t go global”, Harvard Business Review, 86, 12, December, 2008, (With M. Alexander).
“Democracy and the Evolution of Corporate Governance”, Corporate Governance: An International Review, 13, 6, 2005 (With P.-Y. Gomez).
“The silver lining of the ‘post-bubble’ era”, Financial Times, June 2, 2003, Fund Management Supplement (With R. Hindle Fisher).
“Partnering with the Unfamiliar: Lessons from the Case of Renault and Nissan”, Business Strategy Review, 13, 2, 2002 (With K.Asakawa, P.-Y. Gomez).
“Swissair, une tragédie pour les petits porteurs”, Management & Conjoncture Sociale, Printemps 2002.
“Fresenius A.G.: High-Speed Globalization”, Business Strategy Review, 11, 2, 2000.
“The New Team Organization: Learning to Manage Arbitrariness”, European Management Journal, 17, 1, 1999.
“Interunit Communication in Multinational Corporations”, Management Science, 40, 1, 1994 (With S. Ghoshal, G. Szulanski).
“The Firm as a Nexus of Promises”, paper presented at EURAM, Rome, May 2010 (with P.-Y. Gomez)
“Corporate Governance and Society”, Subtrack in Corporate Governance at EURAM, Rome, May 2010 (Subtrack Co-Chair and Paper Presentation)
The Case of Renault and Nissan”, paper presented at the Academy of Management Meeting, Honolulu, August 2005 (With K. Asakawa, P.-Y. Gomez).
“Democracy in Corporatia: Implications for Management Consulting”, paper presented at the Academy of Management Meeting, Seattle, August 2003 (With P.-Y. Gomez).
“Partnering with the Unfamiliar: Lessons from the Case of Renault and Nissan”, paper presented at the Strategic Management Society Meeting, San Francisco, November 2001 (Joint with K. Asakawa).
“Generating Trust between Unacquainted Organizations: A Case Study of the Renault/Nissan Alliance Formation Process”, paper presented at the Academy of Management Meeting, Washington, August 2001 (With P.-Y. Gomez, O. Masclef).
“Beyond the Transnational: An argument for unbalanced growth”, Academy of Int’l Business Meeting, Phoenix, November 2000 (With J.Birkinshaw, J. Stopford).
“Managing Growth”, BPS/OT Symposium at the Academy of Management Meeting, Chicago, August 1999 (Symposium Co-Chair and Paper Presentation).
“High-speed internationalization: Leveraging socially embedded relationships”, paper presented at the Strategic Management Society Meeting, Orlando, November 1998 (Joint with B. Reichardt).
“Global teamwork in the multinational: Bridging research to practice”, paper presented at the Academy of Management Meeting, San Diego, August 1998 (Joint with W.C. Kim and S. Rangan).
“Diversification of the Baby Bells: Towards a dynamic perspective on diversity”, paper presented at the Academy of Management Meeting, Las Vegas, August 1992 (Joint with P. Haspeslagh and G. Szulanski).
“Interunit communication within MNCs: Influence of formal structure versus transnational networking”, paper presented at the Academy of Management Meeting, Miami, August 1991 (Joint with S. Ghoshal and G. Szulanski).