Faculty Profile for Dr. Phillip Eugene Davis

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Dr. Phillip Eugene Davis
Assistant Professor — Department of Management
MCOY 524
phone: (512) 245-2571

Biography Section

Teaching Interests

Strategic Management
Family and Small Business Management

Research Interests

Organizational capabilities
Agency Issues and Governance
Small Business Management

Selected Scholarly/Creative Work

  • Peake, W. O., McDowell, W., Harris, M. L., & Davis, P. E. (n.d.). Can Women Entrepreneurs Plan to Prosper? Exploring the Role of Gender as a Moderator of the Planning-Performance Relationship. In Inside of the Mind of the Entrepreneur (pp. 121–133). Springer, Cham.
  • Davis, P. E., & Bendickson, J. (2018). Strategic Antecedents of Innovation: Variance between small and large firms. Journal of Small Business Management, (00), 1–18.
  • Bendickson, J., Davis, P., & Midgett, C. (2016). Improv Pitch: Using Shark Tank for Business Pitches and Comparisons. (D. Winkel, Ed.), Experiential Entrepreneurship Exercises Journal (2nd ed., Vol. 2, pp. 19–24). Normal, IL, USA. Retrieved from http://launchideas.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/EEEJ-Volume-2-Issue-2.pdf#page=20
  • Bendickson, J., Muldoon, J., Ligouri, E., & Davis, P. (2016). Agency theory: Background and epistemology. Journal of Management History, 22(4), 437–449.
  • Maurer, J. D., Davis, P., & Bendickson, J. (2016). The knowledge of outsourcing: A knowledge-based view perspective. Journal of Marketing and Strategic Management, 10(2016), 75–94.

Selected Service Activities

Scholarship Committee
Board Member
Lake Travis Youth Association
Reviewer / Referee
Journal of Small Business Management
Core Course Coordinator
Assurance of Learning
August 15, 2018-Present
Reviewer / Referee
Journal of Small Business Strategy
January 2018-Present