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David Crick

Crick, David
Professeur titulaire
Professeur en entrepreneuriat international et en marketing Paul-Desmarais
B.A. (Hon.) (Leicester Polytechnic), M.B.A. (University of Strathclyde), Ph.D. (University of Wales), M.Sc. (University of Leicester), PGCert (Birmingham City University), DLitt (De Montfort University)
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Biographie

David Crick est le professeur en entrepreneuriat international et en marketing Paul-Desmarais. Il a plus de 30 ans d’expérience en recherche, en enseignement et dans des rôles administratifs au sein d’écoles de gestion, avec six autres années d’expérience à temps plein dans l’industrie et dans divers rôles de consultation. Auparavant, il était professeur en entrepreneuriat international à l’Université Victoria de Wellington, en Nouvelle-Zélande, après deux postes similaires en tant que professeur à temps plein au Royaume-Uni dans des universités à Leicester et à Birmingham. Il a assumé divers rôles administratifs tels que directeur de recherche pour une précédente faculté et chef de section ; il a aussi été évaluateur aux fins de l’agrément pour plusieurs organisations.

Recherche

Les recherches du professeur Crick se situent à l’intersection de l’entrepreneuriat international et du marketing. Les entreprises en démarrage ayant des ressources limitées et un modèle commercial évolutif constituent un domaine d’intérêt particulier dont les processus d’internationalisation et les exigences de soutien des entrepreneurs représentent un aspect essentiel. Ces recherches adoptent une approche holistique vis-à-vis des stratégies entrepreneuriales dans les entreprises qui s’internationalisent, y compris la notion de « coopétition » et de « sérendipité » dans les projets imprévus par rapport aux projets prévus. De plus, les recherches du professeur Crick ont porté sur les entrepreneurs de communautés ethniques minoritaires et les types d’aide dont ils ont besoin. Ses recherches ont aussi eu une grande incidence dans le monde universitaire et celui des praticiens, et il est souvent sollicité pour examiner des documents et des thèses, et pour s’exprimer sur le sujet. Il siège aux comités éditoriaux de plusieurs revues et il a reçu un doctorat de niveau supérieur pour les contributions qu’il a apportées à la recherche.

Enseignement

Son approche pédagogique a privilégié l’apprentissage par l’expérience (dont la validation des modèles commerciaux évolutifs) plutôt que les cours magistraux, y compris la possibilité pour les étudiants de rencontrer de vrais entrepreneurs et des partenaires de réseaux comme des investisseurs providentiels. Dans ses récentes fonctions précédentes, notamment en tant que professeur invité à l’université de Tromso, il a enseigné à des étudiants qui étaient en train de démarrer une entreprise parallèlement à leurs études.

Publications au cours des 7 dernières années

Articles publiés dans des revues avec comité de lecture

  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2022. Revisiting the ‘Concentration Vs Spreading Debate’: Perceived Risk and Strategic Flexibility in Decision-Making Regarding an Unanticipated Environmental Market Disruption. Journal of Strategic Marketing.
  • Felzensztein, C., Crick, D., Gonzalez-Perez, M.A., Jurado, T. and Etchebarne Lopez, M.S. 2022. Capabilities and the Internationalisation of Smaller-Sized, Service-Oriented Firms in the Southern Hemisphere. Journal of Strategic Marketing.
  • Hamzah, M.I, Crick, J.M., Crick, D., Ali , S.A.M. and Yunus, N.M. 2022. The Nature of the Relationship Between an Entrepreneurial Marketing Orientation and Small Business Growth: Evidence from Malaysia. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business.
  • Crick, J.M., Crick, D. and Peixinho, J. 2022. Does Industry Experience Positively Moderate the Quadratic Relationship between Coopetition and Financial Performance? Evidence from the New Zealand wine sector. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2021. Coopetition and Family-Owned Wine Producers. Journal of Business Research, 135(Oct): 319-336.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2021. Teaching Marketing to Non-Marketing Majors: Tools to Enhance their Engagement and Academic Performance. Education and Training, 63(6): 833-851.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2021. Rising up to the Challenge of our Rivals: Unpacking the Drivers and Outcomes of Coopetition Activities. Industrial Marketing Management, 96(July): 71-85.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2021. Coopetition and Sales Performance: Evidence from Non-Mainstream Sporting Clubs. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, 27(1): 123-147.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2021. The Dark-Side of Coopetition: Influences on the Paradoxical Forces of Cooperativeness and Competitiveness across Product-Market Strategies. Journal of Business Research, 122(Jan): 226-240.
  • Nguyen, T., Raman, R. and Crick, D. 2021. Potential Absorptive Capacity and Performance of Vietnamese Contract Manufacturing Exporters: Mediating Factors in Entrepreneurial Marketing Behaviour. Journal of Strategic Marketing, 29(1): 47-70.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2021. Inter-firm Collaboration as a Performance-Enhancing Survival Strategy within the Business Models of Ethnic Minority-Owned Urban Restaurants Affected by COVID-19. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research.
  • Crick, D. and Crick, J.M. 2021. Market-Oriented Activities and Communal Wine Consumption Events: Does Coopetition Make a Difference? Journal of Wine Research.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2021. The Yin and Yang Nature of Coopetition Activities: Non-Linear Effects and the Moderating Role of Competitive Intensity for Internationalised Firms. International Marketing Review.
  • Crick, J.M., Karami, M. and Crick, D. 2021. The Impact of the Interaction between an Entrepreneurial Marketing Orientation and Coopetition on Business Performance. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2021. Internationalizing the Coopetition Construct: Quadratic Effects on Financial Performance under Different Degrees of Export Intensity and an Export Geographical Scope. Journal of International Marketing.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2021. The Dark-Side of Coopetition: It’s not what you say, but the way that you do it. Journal of Strategic Marketing.
  • Sraha, G., Raman Sharma, R., Crick, D. and Crick, J.M. 2020. International Experience, Commitment, Distribution Adaptation and Performance: A Study of Ghanaian Firms in B2B Export Markets. Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, 35(11): 1715-1738.
  • Crick, J.M., Crick, D. and Tebbett, N. 2020. Competitor Orientation and Value Co-creation in Sustaining Rural New Zealand Wine Producers. Journal of Rural Studies, 73(Jan): 122-134.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2020. Coopetition and COVID-19: Collaborative Business-to-Business Marketing Strategies in a Pandemic Crisis. Industrial Marketing Management, 88(July): 206-213.
  • Crick, J.M., Crick, D. and Chaudhry, S. 2020. Entrepreneurial Marketing Decision-Making in Rapidly Internationalising and De-Internationalising Start-up Firms. Journal of Business Research, 113(May): 158-167.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2019. Developing and Validating a Multi-Dimensional Measure of Coopetition. Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, 34(4): 665-689.
  • Ibeh, K., Crick, D. and Etemad, H. 2019. Guest Editorial - International Marketing Knowledge and International Entrepreneurship in the Contemporary Multi Speed Global Economy. International Marketing Review, 36(1): 2-5.
  • Crick, D. 2018. Guest Editorial – Qualitative Research at the Marketing/Entrepreneurship Interface. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 22(2): 138-142.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. 2018. Angel Investors’ Predictive and Control Funding Criteria: The Importance of Evolving Business Models. Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, 20(1): 34-56.
  • Crick, D., Chaudhry, S. and Crick, J.M. 2018. Risks/Rewards and an Evolving Business Model: A Case Study of a Small Lifestyle Business in the UK Tourism Sector. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 21(2): 143-165.
  • Raman, R., Nguyen, T. and Crick, D. 2018. Exploitation Strategy and Performance of Contract Manufacturing Exporters: The Mediating Roles of Exploration Strategy and Marketing Capability. Journal of International Management, 24(3): 271-283.
  • Raman, R., Sraha, G. and Crick, D. 2018. Export Promotion Programmes and the Export Performance of Ghanaian Firms: The Mediating Role of Foreign Market Attractiveness. International Marketing Review, 35(4): 661-682.
  • Chreim, S., Spence, M., Crick, D. and Liao, X. 2018. Review of female immigrant entrepreneurship research: Past findings, gaps and ways forward. European Management Journal, 36(2): 210-222.
  • Sraha, G., Raman, R. and Crick, D. 2017. Ghanaian exporters’ international experience and performance: the mediating role of export commitment. Journal of Strategic Marketing, 25(4): 353-365.
  • Crick, J. and Crick, D. 2016. Developing Entrepreneurial Resilience in the UK Tourism Sector. Journal of Strategic Change, 25(3): 315-325.
  • Crick, D. and Crick, J. 2016. An Appreciative Inquiry into the First Export Order. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 19(1): 84-100.
  • Crick, D. and Crick, J. 2016. Coopetition at the Sports Marketing/Entrepreneurship Interface: A Case Study of a Taekwondo Organisation. Marketing Intelligence and Planning, 34(2): 169-187.
  • Crick, D., Chaudhry, S. and Crick, J. 2016. Trading in a Competitive Environment: South-Asian Restaurants in the UK. Journal of Strategic Change, 25(4): 371-382 .
  • Crick, D. and Crick, J. 2016. The First Export Order: A Marketing Innovation Revisited. Journal of Strategic Marketing, 24(2): 77-89.
  • Crick, D. and Crick, J. 2015. Learning and Decision Making in Marketing Planning: A Study of New Zealand Vineyards. Marketing Intelligence and Planning, 33(5): 707-732.
  • Crick, D. and Lindsay, V. 2015. Service and Service-Intensive New Zealand Internationalising SMEs’ Perceptions of Government Assistance. Marketing Intelligence and Planning, 33(3): 366-393.

Chapitres de livres

  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. Coopetition as an Entrepreneurial Strategy. In Dana, L.P.. World Encyclopedia of Entrepreneurship. London, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2021.
  • Crick, J.M. and Crick, D. The Multiple Layers of Coopetition and their Link with Sales Performance: Insights from Sporting Clubs in New Zealand. In Ratten, V. and Palgrave. Oceania Entrepreneurship. 2021.
  • Chaudhry, S., Crick, D. and Crick, J.M. Trade Barriers and Assistance Requirements of South Asian Transnational Entrepreneurs. In Jones, P., Haddoud, M. and Onjewu, A.. International Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets: Nature, Drivers, Barriers and Determinants. Emerald Group Publishing, 2020.
  • Crick, J. and Crick, D. Lean Start-up” Practices: Initial internationalization and Evolving Business Models. In Aykol, B., Samiee, S., Katsikeas, C. S. and Leonidou, L. C.. Advances in Global Marketing: A Research Anthology. Springer, 2019.
  • Crick, D. and Chaudhry, S. Understanding the Transnational Entrepreneur. In Fernhaber, S. and Prashantham, S.. Companion to International Entrepreneurship, Routledge. London and New York: Routledge, 2015.

Recherche subventionnée au cours des 7 dernières années

Recherche subventionnée au cours des 7 dernières années
De-À Source Titre * ** Rôle Montant
2021 MITACS The Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery Plan S O PI $ 10,000
2020-2021 Small Grant Obtained via Co-author R O PI $ 15,000
2019-2020 Small Grant Obtained via Co-author R O PI $ 1,000
2015-2021 Various Small Grants Obtained via Co-author S O PI $ 7,500
2015-2017 Start-up Grant R I PI $ 20,000
2015-2016 Library Grant R I PI $ 2,000
2014-2015 Summer Scholarship for Research Assistance Involving Entrepreneurship in Sport S O PI $ 6,000

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