Dr. Patrick Callery is Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at the Sprott School of Business. His research examines corporate motives and incentives to engage in strategic provision of costly social and environmental goods, as well as recent movements towards formal corporate sustainability reporting, the efforts of third-party institutions to assign quantifiable measures to such disclosures, and investor engagement with this new information paradigm. His research has been published in the Journal of Cleaner Production and the Journal of Environmental Investing.
Prior to joining Carleton University, Professor Callery attended the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he earned a PhD degree in Economics and Environmental Science & 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.
Professor Callery has also previously established a substantial career in business, with more than 15 years of international experience for both startup and established companies in a variety of management roles, including product line management, sales and business development, finance and equities research, operations, and engineering.