Dr. Alex Vestal

Vestal

Associate Professor of Management
Management

Cameron Hall 200-I
University of North Carolina Wilmington
601 South College Road
Wilmington, NC   28403 - 5664
Phone: 910-962-3225
Fax: 910-962-2116
Email: vestala [ vestala AT uncw DOT edu ]
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Courses      
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EBD 480 01 TR 9:30 10:45 CH211
EBD 480 002TR 11:00 AM 12:15 CH211

Education
  • PhD, Business Management, University of Central Florida, 2011
  • MBA, Management, University of Central Florida, 2006
  • BS, Electrical Engineering, University of Central Florida, 2001

Recent Publications
Technological distance and breakthrough inventions in multi-cluster teams: How intra- and inter-location ties bridge the gap. , Administrative Science Quarterly. , 2021; ; (A. Vestal, Vestal, A., and Danneels, E.)

Knowledge exchange in clusters: The contingent role of regional inventive concentration , Research Policy , 2021; V.47 N.10 pp. 1187-1903 ; (A. Vestal, Vestal, A. and Danneels, E.)

Interdisciplinarity and team innovation: The role of team experiential and relational resources. , Small Group Research , 2020; V.51 N.6 pp. 738-775 ; (A. Vestal, Vestal, A., and Danneels, E.)

Normalizing vs. analyzing: Drawing the lessons from failure to enhance firm innovativeness , Journal of Business Venturing , 2020; V.35 N.1 ; (A. Vestal, Vestal, A., and Danneels, E.)

The determinants and performance consequences of CEO strategic advice seeking , Journal of General Management , 2019; V.44 N.4 pp. 232-242 ; (A. Vestal, Vestal, A., and Guidice, R.)

Horizontal competition and interorganizational exchange partner selection: An analysis of Major League Baseball player trades , Strategic Organization , 2019; V.17 N.3 pp. 311-333 ; (A. Vestal, Barden, J. and Vestal, A.)

Knowledge exchange in clusters: The contingent role of regional inventive concentration , Research Policy , 2018; V.47 N.10 pp. 1187-1903 ; (A. Vestal, Vestal, A. and Danneels, E.)

Bridging the social chasm in geographically distributed R&D teams: The moderating effects of relational strength and status asymmetry on the novelty of team innovation , Organization Science , 2015; V.26 N.3 pp. 811-829 ; (A. Vestal, Tzabbar, D. and Vestal, A)


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