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Prof Peter Galvin


Department: Newcastle Business School

Prof Peter Galvin Nbs Staff ProfilePeter joined Newcastle Business School in 2011 and is presently the academic leader for strategic management. His previous appointment was as the MBA Director at Curtin University.  Peter has previously worked at California Polytechnic State University (part of the California State University system) and Queensland University of Technology.  He has held visiting appointments at the State University of New York, Stony Brook and ESC Toulouse in France. Before completing his PhD, Peter worked in management consulting within Australia.


Management PhD June 30 1997

Key Publications

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  • How organizational boundary choices impact capability development, Galvin, P., Tywoniak, S. 11 Apr 2019, In: Construction Management and Economics
  • Using Template and Matrix Analysis, Burton, N., Galvin, P. 11 Nov 2019, In: Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management
  • Component Complementarity and Transaction Costs, Burton, N., Galvin, P. 26 Nov 2018, In: Review of Managerial Science
  • When do product architectures mirror organisational architectures? The combined role of product complexity and the rate of technological change, Burton, N., Galvin, P. 2 Sep 2018, In: Technology Analysis & Strategic Management
  • Mirroring or Misting: A Contingent Perspective, Burton, N., Galvin, P. 8 Sep 2016
  • Misting the Mirror: The Value Characteristics of Product Components - a perspective on organising for innovation, Burton, N., Galvin, P. 8 Sep 2016
  • A configuration-based approach to integrating dynamic capabilities and market transformation in small and medium-sized enterprises to achieve firm performance, Rice, J., Liao, T., Galvin, P., Martin, N. 1 May 2015, In: International Small Business Journal
  • Can a Darwinian nomenclature help reconcile alternative perspectives of the dynamic capabilities view?, Galvin, P., Rice, J., Liao, T. Sep 2015, In: Journal of Management and Organization
  • Product complexity, the speed of component change and the Mirroring Hypothesis, Burton, N., Galvin, P. Oct 2015
  • Trust and knowledge acquisition by small and medium-sized firms in weak client-firm exchange relationships, Geneste, L., Galvin, P. May 2015, In: International Small Business Journal


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