Sartor, Michael

Assistant Professor and Distinguished Faculty Fellow of International Business

Prior to joining the Smith School of Business, Dr. Sartor was an Adjunct Research Professor at the Ivey Business School at Western University. He received PhD and MBA degrees from Ivey and a JD degree from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University. His research and teaching are focused on international business and global strategy with an emphasis on the effects of corruption upon the strategies and performance of multinational enterprises. He has published research in the Journal of International Business Studies and has received awards from the Academy of International Business (the Buckley and Casson AIB Doctoral Dissertation Award winner and the AIB-Sheth Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Award winner) and the Academy of Management (the GWU-CIBER Best Paper on Emerging Markets). His doctoral dissertation research was the winner of the Udayan Rege Best Doctoral Dissertation Award which is conferred biannually upon the best Canadian doctoral dissertation in the administrative sciences. Additionally, he was a finalist for the Gunnar Hedlund-Stockholm School of Economics Doctoral Dissertation Award (European International Business Academy).  His research has also been nominated for awards by the Strategic Management Society. He is the author of multiple business case studies for teaching and he has co-edited a case study compendium for use within China’s burgeoning business education market. Professor Sartor has ten years of experience working variously in executive and corporate legal counsel capacities for publicly-traded and privately-held enterprises in the telecom and consumer packaged goods industries, prior to entering academia.

  • Specialty: Foreign Market Corruption, International Business, Global Business Strategy, Emerging Markets, Foreign Direct Investment
  • Subject: International Business
  • Room: Goodes Hall Room 419 West Wing
  • Phone: 613-533-6832
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