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Patrick Callery

Assistant Professor, Strategic Management

    Email:patrick.callery@carleton.ca
    Phone:613-520-2600, ext. 2505
    Building:Dunton Tower, Room 1014
    Degrees:PhD Economics and Environmental Science and Management (University of California, Santa Barbara), MA Economics (University of California, Santa Barbara)

    Biography

    Dr. Patrick Callery is an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at the Sprott School of Business. Dr. Callery examines corporate sustainability strategies that add value through providing solutions to environmental problems. He approaches this through two general research themes: the first studies corporate initiatives and information strategies that address greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. In the second area, Dr. Callery studies green innovation, evaluating new business models and the potential to shift economic growth to a new, sustainable regime. His research has been published in the Journal of Cleaner Production and the Journal of Environmental Investing.

    Prior to joining Carleton University, Dr. Callery attended the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), where he earned a PhD degree in Economics and Environmental Science and Management and an MA degree in Economics. While at UCSB he also taught undergraduate courses in Business Strategy and Leadership as well as a graduate course in Financial Management. He has also earned an MBA degree in Strategy and Finance from the University of California, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, an MS degree in Engineering from the University of Michigan, and a BS degree in Engineering from Boston University.

    Dr. Callery has also previously established a substantial career in business, with more than fifteen years of international experience for both start-up and established companies in a variety of management roles, including product line management; sales and business development; finance and equities research; operations; and engineering.

    ORCID ID:https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3395-0884

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