Yuri Mishina is an associate professor of organisational behavior and strategy in the Department of Management at Imperial College Business School. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in organizational theory with a minor in strategic management. He also has an MBA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a B.A. in economics from the University of Chicago. Prior to joining Imperial College, he was an assistant professor of management at Michigan State University.
His research examines informal corporate governance processes, and in particular, how top management team and stakeholder belief systems influence a firm’s strategic choices and outcomes. In order to do so, he draws upon a variety of literatures to uncover how social evaluations (e.g., reputations, stigma), expectations, and the cognitive biases of managers may influence illegal activities, executive compensation, and firm performance. His research has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal and he is currently an editorial review board member of the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and Strategic Management Journal and an International Research Fellow of the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation.
Devers CE, Mishina Y, 2019, Comments on Stigma Versus Legitimacy, Journal of Management Inquiry, Vol:28, ISSN:1056-4926, Pages:16-21
Gomulya D, Mishina Y, 2017, SIGNALER CREDIBILITY, SIGNAL SUSCEPTIBILITY, AND RELATIVE RELIANCE ON SIGNALS: HOW STAKEHOLDERS CHANGE THEIR EVALUATIVE PROCESSES AFTER VIOLATION OF EXPECTATIONS AND REHABILITATIVE EFFORTS, Academy of Management Journal, Vol:60, ISSN:0001-4273, Pages:554-583