Sergiy Dmytriyev - 2019


Assistant Professor, Management
Year Started at JMU: 2019
Contact Info

  • PhD in Business Administration, University of Virginia, Darden School of Business, 2019
  • MBA, IESE Business School, University of Navarra, 2010
  • MA in Economics, Michigan State University, Department of Economics, 2004
  • BA, Vinnytsia National Technical University, School of Management, 2001
Professional Interests
  • Social Issues in Strategic Management
  • Supererogation in Organizations and Behavioral Strategy
  • Stakeholder Theory, Sustainability, and CSR
  • Business Ethics
Personal Interests
  • Swimming
  • Chess
  • Kayaking
Professional Background
  • Business Development Lead East Europe, Monsanto, 2012-2014
  • Senior Consultant, Bain & Company, 2006-2012
  • Associate Manager, Procter & Gamble, 2004-2006
Courses Taught
  • COB 487 - Strategic Management
  • MGT 467 - Management Consulting
Positions Held
  • Assistant Professor, James Madison University - 2019-Present
  • Faculty Advisor for Sigma Iota Epsilon (SIE) professional fraternity
Key Publications

Freeman, R. E., & Dmytriyev, S. (2017). "Corporate social responsibility and stakeholder theory: Learning from each other." Emerging Issues in Management, 1, 7-15.

Freeman, R. E., Dmytriyev, S., & Strand, R. G. (2017). "Managing for stakeholders in the digital age," Corporate social responsibility: Strategy, communication, governance (pp. 110-135). Cambridge University Press.

Brownlee, E. R. II, Dmytriyev, S., & Elias, A. (2017). "Integrative stakeholder engagement: Stakeholder-oriented partnership between the Coca-Cola Company and World Wildlife Fund." In Stakeholder engagement: Clinical research cases (pp. 339-367)

Dmytriyev, S., Freeman, R. E., Kujala, J., & Sachs, S. (2017). "A pragmatist perspective on management scholarship and on stakeholder engagement in particular," Stakeholder engagement: Clinical research cases (pp. 391-400). Springer.

Werhane, P. H., Freeman, R. E., & Dmytriyev, S. (Eds.). (2017). Research approaches to business ethics and corporate responsibility. Cambridge University Press.

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