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Daniel Andrews

Assistant Professor, International Business

Daniel Andrews

Contact Information


  • Global strategy
  • International business
  • Subsidiary management

Research Publications

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Daniel Andrews is an Assistant Professor of International Business at the Ivey Business School of Western University. His research interests are at the intersection of global and corporate strategy. His work has appeared in the Journal of International Business Studies and Journal of Management Studies, among others. He is the recipient of numerous awards, academic grants, and fellowships and serves on the editorial board of strategy and international business journals. He received his Ph.D. from Florida International University.

His professional experience includes business incubation of high-technology startups and the non-profit sector. He worked with several early-stage ventures that later partnered with Fortune 100 companies and founders that appeared on Forbes 30 under 30.


  • HBA Global Strategy
  • MSc Internationalization


  • Ph.D. Florida International University
  • MBA Florida International University
  • BBA University of Toledo

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Andrews, D. S.; Fainshmidt, S.; Ambos, T.; Haensel, K., (Forthcoming), "The Attention-based View and the Multinational Corporation: Review and Research Agenda", Journal of World Business
  • Andrews, D. S.; Nell, P.; Schotter, A.; Laamanen, T., (Forthcoming), "And the subsidiary lives on: Harnessing complex realities in the contemporary MNE", Journal of International Business Studies
  • Andrews, D. S.; Fainshmidt, S.; Schotter, A.; Gaur, A., (Forthcoming), "Formal Institutional Context in Global Strategy Research: A Layer Cake Perspective", Global Strategy Journal
  • Andrews, D. S.; Fainshmidt, S.; Gaur, A.; Parente, R., (Forthcoming), "Configuring knowledge connectivity and strategy conditions for foreign subsidiary innovation", Long Range Planning
  • Gorgijevski, A. N.; Andrews, D. S., (Forthcoming), "Getting the Seal of Approval: Pathways to Subsidiary Initiative Acceptance", Journal of International Management
  • Fainshmidt, S.; Andrews, D. S.; Gaur, A.; Schotter, A., 2021, "Recalibrating Management Research for the post-COVID Scientific Enterprise", Journal of Management Studies, July 58(5): 1416 - 1420.
  • Fainshmidt, S.; Haensel, K.; Andrews, D. S., 2021, "Bringing Research Closer to Reality: Configurational Analysis and Practical International Business Research", AIB Insights, June 21(2)
  • Parente, R.; Melo, M.; Andrews, D. S.; Kumaraswamy, A.; Vasconcelos, F., 2021, "Public sector organizations and agricultural catch-up dilemma in emerging markets: The orchestrating role of Embrapa in Brazil", Journal of International Business Studies, June 52(4): 646 - 670.
  • Geleilate, J. M. G.; Andrews, D. S.; Fainshmidt, S., 2020, "Subsidiary autonomy and subsidiary performance: A meta-analysis", Journal of World Business, June 55(4): 101049 - 101049.

For more publications please see our Research Database

Honours & Awards

  • Best Paper in MNE Organization and Global Strategy, European International Business Academy (2021)
  • Alan M. Rugman Junior Scholar, Academy of International Business (2019)


  • Visiting Scholar, Vienna University of Economics and Business (2019)