- My research and teaching interests include Strategy and International Business; which I teach at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- My research to date examines how subsidiaries of MNE's can leverage their resource base to exert influence within their networks. In addition, the capacity and scope of subsidiaries to pursue explorative trajectories whilst simultaneously remaining aligned with their mandated role is a further area of analysis, as is the impact of this on strategic learning, innovation and longevity of operations. My research to date has been published in the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, Journal of International Management, Technovation, and Journal of Business Strategy.
Additionally, my current role within DCUBS includes programme director for the MSc Global Management (digital disruption).
Peer Reviewed Journal
|2023||Reilly, M.; Tippmann, E.; Sharkey Scott, P. (2023) 'Subsidiary closures and relocations in the multinational enterprise: Reinstating cooperation in subsidiaries to enable knowledge transfer'. Journal of International Business Studies, 54 . [Link] [DOI]|
|2023||Reilly, M.; Scott, P.S.; Tippmann, E.; Mangematin, V. (2023) 'Sustaining competence creation in the multinational enterprise: The role of piloting in subsidiaries'. Journal of International Management, 29 . [Link] [DOI]|
|2018||Tippmann, E.; Sharkey Scott, P.; Reilly, M.; O'Brien, D. (2018) 'Subsidiary coopetition competence: Navigating subsidiary evolution in the multinational corporation'. Journal of World Business, 53 . [Link] [DOI]|
|2014||Reilly,M; Sharkey Scott,P (2014) 'Subsidiary driven Innovation within shifting MNC structures: Identifying new challenges and research directions'. Technovation, 34 .|
|2012||Reilly,Marty; Sharkey Scott,Pamela; Mangematin,Vincent (2012) 'Alignment or independence? Multinational subsidiaries and parent relations'. Journal of Business Strategy, 33 .|
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Capability Development, Adaption & Renewal, Subsidiaries, Multinationals, Innovation, Lead Users, Knowledge Transfer / Diffusion.