Dr. Jean-Paul Roy is an Associate Professor at the Smith School of Business. He received his Ph.D. in administration, with specializations in international business and organizational theory, from York University. He also holds an M.I.R. and B.Sc. (Hons) degree in social psychology from the University of Toronto. Prior to joining the Smith School of Business in 2007, Jean-Paul held faculty positions at the Schulich School of Business, York University and Memorial University.
Jean-Paul’s current research focuses on international strategic alliances, corruption and social networking. He is particularly interested in how institutional environments influence the behaviours and performance of multinational enterprises and their executives. His most recent research endeavours follow two streams. The first stream examines the drivers of international strategic alliance partner selection and performance. The second stream investigates the social networking practices of managers in China and Japan.