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 50 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.
• Nordic corporate governance; the effect of boards and management incentives on value creation
• Governance and management of responsible financial institutions in developing and emerging economies
• Globalization of firms and industries; specifically, the interaction of globalization of product markets and financial markets
Corporate governance and boards; graduate and executive, and PhD
International management: undergraduate, graduate, and executive.
Business strategy: undergraduate, graduate, and executive.
Introduction to international business: undergraduate and graduate
Universitet i Agder
Oregon State University
University of Hawaii
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).
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.
Beisland, L., Djan, K.O., Mersland, R. & Randøy, T. (Forthcoming). Measuring Social Performance in Social
Enterprises: A Global Study of Microfinance Institutions. Journal of Business Ethics.
Hossain, S., Galbreath, J., Monzur Hasan, M. & Randøy, T. (forthcoming). Does competition enhance the
double-bottom-line performance of microfinance institutions. Journal of Banking and Finance. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbankfin.2020.105765
Alon, I., Mersland, R., Musteen, M. & Randøy, T. (2020). The research frontier on internationalization ofsocial enterprises. Editorial to special issue on Internationalizaton of Social Enterprises. Journal of World Business 55 (5).
Golesorkhi, S, Mersland, R., Piekkari, R., G Pishchulov, G & Randøy, T. (2019) The effect of language use on the financial performance of microfinance banks: Evidence from cross-border activities in 74 countries. Journal of World Business, 54 (3), 213-229.
Apriliyanti, I.D & Randøy, T. (2019) Between politics and business: Boardroom decision making in state‐owned Indonesian enterprises. Corporate Governance: An International Review, 27, pp.166–185.
Hooghiemstra, R., Hermes, N., Oxelheim, L., & Randøy, T. (2019). Strangers on the board: The impact of board internationalization on earnings management of Nordic firms. International Business Review, 28 (1), 119-134.
Golesorkhi, S., Mersland, R., Randøy, T & Shenkar O. (2019) The performance impact of informal and formal institutional differences in cross-border alliances: The case of the microfinance industry. International Business Review 28 (2019) 104–118.
Oxelheim, Lars Christer; Randøy, Trond; Hearn, Bruce. The Institutional Determinants of Private Equity Involvement in Business Groups - The Case of Africa. (2018) Journal of World Business 53: 118-133.
Campell, C., R. Chang, R. Doktor, J. DeLong, L. Oxelheim and T. Randøy (2016), "The Impact of CEO Long-term Compensation Incentives on Economic Growth in Collectivist versus Individualist Countries", in Asian Economic Papers 15 (2): 109-133.
Gregoric, A., Oxelheim, L., T. Randøy and S. Thomsen 2017, "Does the corporate elite block female appointments?" Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 141, No. 2, 03.2017, p. 267-287.
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