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Dale Carl

Carl, Dale

Title:

Associate Professor

Education:

B.A. (Hons.), MBA, PhD

Office:

TRS 1-062

Telephone:

416-979-5000 x 6716

Email Address:

decarl@ryerson.ca

Biography:

Dale Carl

Dr. Dale Carl has been Associate Professor of International Marketing at the Ted Rogers School of Business Management since 2000 and also held the position of Director of Research (2001-2002). He is currently the Director of Graduate Students. Carl is also the Coordinator of International Programs for the Ted Rogers School of Management. His research concerns cross- cultural issues in leadership, and he is coauthor of Culture, Leadership and Organizations: The Global Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness Study (GLOBE) of 62 Societies (2004).

Carl earned his BA at the Royal Military College, his MBA from Queens, a certificate in International Oil and Gas from the LSE, and a PhD from the University of Calgary. Carl also had a distinguished career with the Canadian Foreign Service, in the US, Norway, Pakistan, East Africa, and the Middle East and was Chargé D’Affaires of the Canadian Embassy in Baghdad during the last Gulf crisis and has worked on a variety of international projects.

Department:

Global Management Studies

Research Interests

Cross-cultural leadership, international joint-ventures.

Select Research and Professional Contributions

Chapters in books

Carl, D. , Gupta, V. and Javidan, M. (2004), “Power Distance in Cross-Cultural Leadership”, in R. J. House, P. J. Hanges, M. Javidan, P. W. Dorfman, and V. Gupta (eds.) Culture, Leadership, and Organizations: The Global Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness (GLOBE) Study of 62 Societies. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, pp 513-563.

Papers in Refereed Journals

Javidan, M. and Carl, D. (2005), “Leadership Across Cultures: A study of Canadian and Taiwanese executives”, Management International Review 45(1):23-44.
Javidan, M. and Carl, D. (2004), “East meets west: Exploring Charismatic leadership among Canadian and Iranian Executives”, Journal of Management Studies 41(4):665-691.

Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings

Carl, D. and M. Javidan, “Universality of Charismatic Leadership: A Multi-Country Study,” Academy of Management Conference in Washington, DC in August 2001. Won “best paper” award in the international division.
Javidan, M. and D. E. Carl, "Motivational Consequences of Charismatic Leadership: An Empirical Investigation", Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference in Las Vegas in November 1998.
Javidan, M. and D. E. Carl, "East Meets West: Exploring Charismatic Leadership - A Comparison of Canadian and Iranian Executives," Academy of International Business conference in Monterrey, Mexico in October 1997.
Carl, D. E., "International Joint Ventures: Examining the Sources of Instability to Regain Control", Academy of Business Administration International Conference in Athens, Greece in July 1996.
Teaching
International Marketing
Business Strategy
International Strategy
Global Issues
Doing Business in the Middle East
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