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Trond Randøy

Professor

Professor

E-mail:
trond.randoy@uia.no
Telephone:
38 14 15 25
Office:
9I247 ( Gimlemoen 19, Kristiansand )
Office hours:
By appoitment
Website:
http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=UJq8STEAAAAJ&hl=no
Department:
Department of Management

Projects

Randøy’s research interest address Corporate Governance and International Business; specifically focusing on internationalization and entreprenurship in emerging economics.  Randøy has been leading several national and international research projects with both public and private funding.

Background

Trond Randøy is Professor of International Business and Finance at University of Agder in Kristiansand, Norway. Professor Randøy has a PhD from the Norwegian School of Economics and an MBA from the University of Oregon. 

He has authored more than 40 articles in journals such as; Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of World Business, Journal of Business Ethics, and Journal of Banking and Finance.

Academic interests

He has taugh a wide set of courses in Norway, and abroad (such as in Sweden, Finland, the US). He is currently the academic director for the executive MBA program at UiA.

Randøy is currently serving on three corporate boards, and has over the last 25 years been a co-founder of a number of university-affiliated firms in Norway (Høyskoleforlaget AS, MTI Investment AS), the US (Authors' Academic Press) and in Tanzania (MTI Investment, Ltd). He has also served on supervisory boards of European (European International Business Association) and Asian NGOs (Stromme Microfinance Asia).

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Publications

  • Gregorič Aleksandra, Oxelheim Lars, Randøy Trond, Thomsen Steen, Resistance to Change in the Corporate Elite: Female Directors' Appointments onto Nordic Boards (2017). Journal of Business Ethics . ISSN 0167-4544. 141 (2), s 267 - 287 doi: 10.1007/s10551-015-2703-4
  • Oxelheim Lars Christer, Randøy Trond, Hearn B.A., The Institutional Determinants of Private Equity Involvement in Business Groups - The Case of Africa (2017). Journal of World Business . ISSN 1090-9516. doi: 10.1016/j.jwb.2016.02.002
  • Oxelheim Lars Christer, Randøy Trond, Campell Cynthia, Doktor Bob, Chang Rosita, DeJong, Jr Jack, The impact of CEO long-term equity-based compensation incentives on economic growth in collectivist versus individualist countries (2016). Asian Economic Papers . ISSN 1535-3516. 15 (2), s 109 - 133 doi: 10.1162/ASEP_a_00432
  • Mori Neema Geoffrey, Golesorkhi Sougand, Randøy Trond, Hermes Niels, Board Composition and Outreach Performance of Microfinance Institutions: Evidence from East Africa (2015). Strategic Change . ISSN 1086-1718. 24 (1), s 99 - 113 doi: 10.1002/jsc.2000
  • Gregorič Aleksandra, Oxelheim Lars Christer, Randøy Trond, Thomsen Steen, Resistance to Change in the Corporate Elite: Female Directors’ Appointments onto Nordic Boards (2015). Journal of Business Ethics . ISSN 0167-4544. s - doi: 10.1007/s10551-015-2703-4
  • Randøy Trond, Strøm R. Øystein, Mersland Roy, The Impact of Entrepreneur-CEOs in Microfinance Institutions: A Global Survey (2015). Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice . ISSN 1042-2587. 39 (4), s 927 - 953 doi: 10.1111/etap.12085
  • Piekkari Rebecca, Oxelheim Lars Christer, Randøy Trond, The silent board: How language diversity may influence the work processes of corporate boards (2015). Corporate governance: An International Review . ISSN 0964-8410. 23 (1), s 25 - 41 doi: 10.1111/corg.12085
  • Beisland Leif Atle, Mersland Roy, Randøy Trond, Transparency and Disclosure in the Global Microfinance Industry (2015).
  • Munisi Gibson Hosea, Hermes Niels, Randøy Trond, Corporate boards and ownership structure: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa (2014). International Business Review . ISSN 0969-5931. 23 (4), s 785 - 796 doi: 10.1016/j.ibusrev.2013.12.001
  • Beisland Leif Atle, Mersland Roy, Randøy Trond, Microbank Regulation and Earnings Quality: A Global Survey (2014).
  • Beisland Leif Atle, Mersland Roy, Randøy Trond, The association between microfinance rating scores and corporate governance: A global survey (2014). International Review of Financial Analysis . ISSN 1057-5219. 35 (5), s 268 - 280 doi: 10.1016/j.irfa.2014.10.012
  • Munisi Gibson Hosea, Randøy Trond, Corporate governance and company performance across Sub-Saharan African countries (2013). Journal of Economics and Business . ISSN 0148-6195. 70 s 93 - 110 doi: 10.1016/j.jeconbus.2013.08.003
  • Mori Neema Geoffrey, Randøy Trond, Golesorkhi Sougand, Determinants of Board Structure in Microfinance Institutions: Evidence from East Africa (2013). Journal of Emerging Market Finance . ISSN 0972-6527. 12 (3), s 323 - 365 doi: 10.1177/0972652713512916
  • Oxelheim Lars Christer, Randøy Trond, Globalization of monitoring practices: The case of American influences on the dismissal risk of European CEOs (2013). Journal of Economics and Business . ISSN 0148-6195. 70 s 3 - 15 doi: 10.1016/j.jeconbus.2013.02.002
  • Oxelheim Lars, Gregoric Aleksandra, Randøy Trond, Thomsen Steen, On the internationalization of corporate boards: The case of Nordic firms (2013). Journal of International Business Studies . ISSN 0047-2506. 44 (3), s 173 - 194 doi: 10.1057/jibs.2013.3
  • Randøy Trond Revisiting Harald Knudsens Journal of International Business Studies 19 74 Article: Explaining The National Propensity to Expropriate: An Ecological Approach (2013).
  • Edling Christofer, Hobdari Bersant, Randøy Trond, Stafsudd Anna, Thomsen Steen, Testing the “old Boys`Network”: Diversity and Board Interlocks in Scandinavia (2012).
  • Oxelheim Lars, Randøy Trond, Stonehill Arthur, What can international finance add to international strategy? (2012).
  • Mersland Roy, Randøy Trond, Strøm R. Øystein, The impact of international influence on microbanks' performance: A global survey (2011). International Business Review . ISSN 0969-5931. 20 (2), s 163 - 176 doi: 10.1016/j.ibusrev.2010.07.006
  • Randøy Trond, Dibrell Clay, Craig Justin B., Founding family leadership and industry profitability (2009). Small Business Economics . ISSN 0921-898X. 32 (4), s 397 - 407 doi: 10.1007/s11187-008-9099-9
  • Sinani Evis, Stafsudd Anna, Thomsen Steen, Edling Christofer, Randøy Trond, Corporate governance in Scandinavia: comparing networks and formal institutions (2008). European Management Review . ISSN 1740-4754. 5 (1), s 27 - 40
  • Oxelheim Lars, Randøy Trond, European Corporate Governance Guidelines and CEO Pay ¿ The Case of Norway and Sweden (2008).
  • Campbell Cynthia, Oxelheim Lars, Randøy Trond, Executive Incentive Compensation and Economic Prosperity (2008).
  • Jenssen Jan Inge, Randøy Trond, The performance effect of innovation in shipping companies (2006). Maritime Policy & Management . ISSN 0308-8839. 33 (4), s 327 - 343
  • Randøy Trond, Oxelheim Lars, The Anglo-American financial influence on CEO compensation in non-Anglo-American firms (2005). Journal of International Business Studies . ISSN 0047-2506. 36 (4), s 470 - 489
  • Randøy Trond, Jenssen Jan Inge, Board independence and product market competition in swedish firms (2004). Corporate governance: An International Review . ISSN 0964-8410. 12 (3),
  • Randøy Trond, Jenssen Jan Inge, Down Jonathan, Corporate governance and board effectiveness in maritime firms (2003). Maritime Economics & Logistics . ISSN 1479-2931. 5 (1), s 1 - 15
  • Randøy Trond, Goel Sanjay, Ownership structure, founder leadership, and performance in norwegian smes: implications for financing entrepreneurial opportunities (2003). Journal of Business Venturing . ISSN 0883-9026. 18 (5), s 619 - 637
  • Randøy Trond, Oxelheim Lars, Stonehill Arthur, The Eclectic paradigm and the recognition of finance-specific factors (2003).
  • Randøy Trond, Oxelheim Lars, The Impact of Foreign Board Membership on Firm Value (2003). ? . ISSN . 27 (12), s 2369 - 2392
  • Randøy Trond, Nielsen Jim, Company Performance, Corporate Governance, and CEO Compensation in Norway and Sweden (2002). Journal of Management and Governance . ISSN 1385-3457. 6 s 57 - 81
  • Jenssen Jan Inge, Randøy Trond, Factors that promote innovation in shipping companies (2002). Maritime Policy & Management . ISSN 0308-8839. 29 (2),
  • Randøy Trond, Dibrell Clay, How Norwegian MNCs Commit Resources Abroad: Beyond Choice of Entry Mode (2002). Management International Review . ISSN 0025-181X. 41 (2),
  • Randøy Trond, Li Jiatao, RESOURCE FLOWS WITHIN MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SUBSIDIARY STRATEGY (2002). ? . ISSN . (4 (Fall)), s 1 - 19
  • Randøy Trond, Koekebakker Steen, Verdiskapende eierstyring i norske børsnoterte selskaper (2002). ? . ISSN . (4), s 36 - 43
  • Jenssen Jan Inge, Mishra Chandra, Randøy Trond, Family influence and corporate performance (2001). Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting . ISSN 0954-1314. 12 (3),
  • Randøy Trond, Oxelheim Lars, Stonehill Arthur, Global Financial Strategies and Corporate Competitiveness (2001). European Management Journal . ISSN 0263-2373. 19 (6), s 659 - 669
  • Randøy Trond Grunnlegger- og familieinnflytelse i Børsnoterte selskap (2001). Beta. Scandinavian Journal of Business Research . ISSN 0801-3322. 15 (2), s 25 - 37
  • Randøy Trond Internationalization and Foreign Direct Investment in Shipping: A Study of Norwegian Firms (2001). International Journal of Maritime Economics . ISSN 1388-1973. 3 s 298 - 317
  • Randøy Trond On the Treatment of Finance-Specific Factors Within the OLI Paradigm (2001). International Business Review . ISSN 0969-5931. 10 (4), s 381 - 398
  • Randøy Trond, Li ukjent-for-m007123, Global resource flows and MNE network integration (1998).
  • Strandenes Siri Pettersen, Randøy Trond, The effect of public ownership and deregulation in the Scandinavian airline industry (1997). Journal of Air Transport Management . ISSN 0969-6997. 3 (4), s 211 - 215
  • Randøy Trond, Forsgren Mats, Foreign Direct Investment - a Theoretical Perspective (1996).
  • Oxelheim, Lars Stonehill, Arthur Vikkula, Kaisa Randøy, Trond Dullum, Kåre Moden, Karl-Markus (1998). Corporate Strategies to internationalise the cost of capital. Copenhagen Business School Press. ISBN 8716132718.
  • Holbek, Jonny Kristiansen, Stein Oluf Randøy, Trond (2013). Management for Progress : Festschrift in honor of the manifold academician Professor Harald Knudsen, 70 years. Novus Forlag. ISBN 978-82-7099-734-3. 303 s.
  • Oxelheim Lars Christer, Randøy Trond, Hearn B.A., The Institutional Determinants of Private Equity Involvement in Business Groups - The Case of Africa (2017). Journal of World Business . ISSN 1090-9516. doi: 10.1016/j.jwb.2016.02.002
  • Gregorič Aleksandra, Oxelheim Lars, Randøy Trond, Thomsen Steen, Resistance to Change in the Corporate Elite: Female Directors' Appointments onto Nordic Boards (2017). Journal of Business Ethics . ISSN 0167-4544. 141 (2), s 267 - 287 doi: 10.1007/s10551-015-2703-4
  • Randøy Trond How to publish internationaly? http://www.bvef.lu.lv/eng/news/t/40169/ (2016).
  • Engstrøm Pontus, Randøy Trond, Berglihn Harald, Mikrofinans bekjemper ikke fattigdom (2016).
  • Randøy Trond Vanlig å finne nye muligheter (2016).
  • Randøy Trond Utvekslingsstudent ble værende (2016).
  • Randøy Trond God eierstyring i familiebedrifter (2016).
  • Randøy Trond From Aid to Business (2016).
  • Randøy Trond, Oxelheim Lars, Hearn Bruce, THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONS IN THE MIGRATION OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICE INTO EMERGING ECONOMIES (2016).
  • Randøy Trond, Oxelheim Lars, Hearn Bruce, THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONS IN THE MIGRATION OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICE INTO EMERGING ECONOMIES – THE CASE OF AFRICA (2016).

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