Department Chairperson, Management
Koffler Hall 222
Ph.D. - Business Administration University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Area(s) of Expertise:
Strategic Management, Technology and Innovation, Business/Corporate Strategy, Competition in High Technology Markets
Awards and Honors:
Faculty Excellence in Research Award
- Providence College School of BusinessOutstanding Ph.D. Student-Teacher Award
- University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
McIntyre, David., Chintakananda, Asda. (2013). A real options approach to releasing "network" products.
Journal Of High Technology Management Research,
McIntyre, David. (2011). Optimizing knowledge in teams: The role of knowledge orientation, task, and fit.
Journal of Knowledge Management Practice, 12 (4)
McIntyre, David. (2011). Network intensity: How much does installed base matter in a network industry?.
Journal Of Business Strategies, 28 (2), 177-195.
McIntyre, David. (2011). Where there’s a way, is there a will? Installed base and product quality in a high-technology setting..
Journal Of High Technology Management Research, 22 (1), 59-66.
McIntyre, David. (2011). In a network industry, does product quality matter? .
Journal Of Product Innovation Management, 28 (1), 99-108.
McIntyre, David., Chintakananda, Asda., Academy of Management Conference, San Antonio, TX, "Bridging the gap: Network effects and real options in network competition". August, 2011.
McIntyre, David., Eastern Academy of Management Conference, Boston, MA, "The strategic implications of network intensity in high-technology settings". May, 2011.
McIntyre, David., Strategic Management Society, Rome, "Disentangling the value of product release: A conceptual model of network effects and real options". September, 2010.
McIntyre, David., Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL, "Where there’s a way, is there a will? Installed base and product quality in a network industry". August, 2009.
McIntyre, David., Strategic Management Society Conference, Strategic Management Society, Cologne, Germany, "Timing new releases of high-technology products: An integration of network effects and real options perspectives". October, 2008.
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