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Daniel Gulanowski

Assistant Professor, International Business
    Phone:613-520-2600, ext. 6322
    Building:Dunton Tower, Room 928
    Degrees:Bachelor of Commerce (University of Toronto); MBA (Ryerson University); PhD Management (Carleton University)


    Daniel Gulanowski is an Assistant Professor of International Business at the Sprott School of Business, Carleton University, Ottawa. Appointed in 2019, Daniel’s research program is already brimming with projects within the International Business sphere—with his main areas of research focusing on newcomers’ adjustment and workforce integration, computer-mediated communication, and internationalization. He is highly interested in how organizations can facilitate the movement of people across borders with the use of technology, and most importantly, how to do this in a way that helps them adjust well to new cultures and different environments. Specifically, he investigates how and why newcomers use various online technologies, teasing out the different factors that contribute to facilitating newcomers’ integration into the workforce and that help them adapt to their new environments. Moreover, Daniel is investigating the role of knowledge resources in multinational companies’ international expansions.

    Daniel’s publications include peer-reviewed articles in the International Journal of Intercultural Relations, Human Relations, Review of International Business and Strategy, and Journal of International Technology and Information Management. He has also written several book chapters and has presented his research at several international scholarly conferences, including the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), European Academy of Management (EURAM), Academy of International Business (AIB), and Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC).

    His research will expand to include understanding the roles of various contemporary social media technologies in facilitating newcomers’ adjustment and integration into new foreign cultures and environments. Moreover, with the passion to explore new avenues of International Business, he sees the future of his research cross-pollinating with many disciplines and collaborators—including his students—to create a well-rounded perspective on his research topics. He loves teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in International Business and International Management; and enjoys inspiring young minds to aim high and help prepare students for the world ahead.


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