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Cameron Miller

Cameron Miller

Assistant Professor

315-443-4277
Room: 531
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PhD, Univeristy of Minnesota (Strategic Management)
MA, University at Albany, State University of New York (Economics)
BS, Duquesne University (Marketing)

Cameron Miller is assistant professor of management, who will teach strategy courses. His research interests include technology strategy and innovation, competitive strategy and evolutionary economics. Prior to earning his Ph.D. in business administration from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, Professor Miller worked for Standard & Poor’s in New York City, as a director in the global fixed income research department. He also was a senior analyst for The Modeling Group, LLC, in Stamford, Connecticut, and held various positions in finance, operations and research for investment and consulting firms. He earned a B.S. in business administration from Duquesne University, an M.A. in economics from the University at Albany, State University of New York.

Research Topics

  • Competitive strategy
  • Evolutionary economics
  • Technology strategy and innovation

Strategic management

His research interests include technology strategy and innovation, competitive strategy, business ecosystems, and evolutionary economics.

Selected Publications
  • "A holistic approach to the evolution of an entrepreneurial ecosystem: An exploratory study of academic spin-offs ", Journal of Business Venturing, 36(5), 106-143, 2021 (with Seyed Abootorabi, S., Wiklund, J., Johnson, A.)
  • "Complementors’ engagement in an ecosystem: A study of publishers’ e-book offerings on Amazon Kindle.", Strategic Management Journal, 41(1), 3-26, 2020 (with Wang, R.)
  • "From litigation to innovation: firms’ ability to litigate and technological diversification through human capital", Strategic Management Journal, 41(13), 2436-2473, 2020 (with Ganco, M., Toh, P.)
  • "From litigation to innovation: Firms’ ability to litigate and technological expansion through human capital.", Strategic Management Journal, 41(13), 2436-2473, 2020 (with Ganco, M., Toh, P.)
  • "Pawn to save a chariot, or drawbridge into the fort? Firms’ disclosure during standard setting and complementary technologies within ecosystems", Strategic Management Journal, 38(11), 2213-2236, 2017 (with Toh, P.)
  • "The impact of rating announcements on credit default swap spreads", Journal of Banking & Finance, 37(6), 2011-2030, 2013 (with Finnerty, J., Chen, R.)

Awards and Honors

  • Extraordinary Service to the Editorial Board, - Organization Science / INFORMS (2022)
  • Wiley Top Cited Article 2020-2021 - Wiley & Strategic Management Journal (2022)
  • Finalist, Best Proposal Award for Rigor in Research - Competitive Strategy Interest Group, Strategic Management Society (2021)
  • Best Reviewer - Strategic Management Journal (2020)
  • Best Reviewer - Academy of Management Perspectives (2020)
  • Edward Pettinella Professorship in Business - Whitman School of Management (2020)
  • Outstanding Reviewer - Academy of Management Perspectives (2019)
  • Outstanding Reviewer - Journal of Banking and Finance (2018)
  • Best Reviewer - Knowledge and Innovation Group, Strategic Management Society (2018)
  • Distinguished Paper Award - Strategic Management Division-Academy of Management (2018)
  • Wiley Blackwell Best Dissertation Award Finalist - Academy of Management (2018)
  • Outstanding Contribution in Reviewing - Journal of Banking and Finance (2017)
  • Best Reviewer Award - Business Policy & Strategy Division, Academy of Management (2017)
  • Carlson School Travel Fellowship (2016)
  • Best Reviewer Award - Business Policy & Strategy Division, Academy of Management (2015)
  • Carlson School Travel Fellowship (2014)
  • Student Teaching Award - Carlson School of Management (2014)
  • Best Reviewer Award - Technology and Innovation Management Division, Academy of Management (2014)
  • Bronze Achievement of Excellence Award Winner - Standard & Poor’s (2008)
  • Publishing Council Excellence Award - Standard & Poor’s (2006)