(416) 736-2100 Ex. 77895
Office: Room N305E, SSB
Area(s) of Expertise
- Board of Directors
- Corporate Governance
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Entrepreneurial Studies
- Executive Compensation
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Strategic Management
2020, 2014, 2005 Schulich Research Award
2013, 2012, 2005, 2004 Nominated Schulich Teaching Award
Selected Journal Publications:
Keyhani, M., Deutsch, Y., Madhok, A., & Lévesque, M. 2021. Exploration-exploitation and acquisition likelihood in new ventures. Small Business Economics, 1-22.
Weitzner, D., & Deutsch Y., 2019. Why the time has come to retire instrumental stakeholder theory. Academy of Management Review
Weitzner, D. & Deutsch Y. 2015. Understanding motivation and social influence in stakeholder prioritization, Organization Studies.
Deutsch Y., & Valente M. 2013. The trouble with stock compensation, MIT Sloan Management Review, 54 (4): 19-20.
Deutsch Y., & Valente M. 2013. Compensating outside directors with stock: the impact on non-primary stakeholders", Journal of Business Ethics, 116: 67-85.
Deutsch Y., Keil T., & Laamanen T. 2011. A dual agency view of board compensation: The joint effects of outside director and CEO stock options on firm risk. Strategic Management Journal. 32: 212-227.
Bouquet, C., Crane, A, & Deutsch Y. 2009. The trouble of being average. MIT Sloan management Review, 50: 79-80.
Bouque, C., & Deutsch Y. 2008. The Impact of corporate social performance on a firm’s multinationality. Journal of Business Ethics 80: 755-769.
Deutsch Y., Keil T., & Laamanen T. 2007. Decision-making in acquisitions: the effect of outside directors’ compensation on acquisition patterns. Journal of Management 33: 30-56.
Deutsch Y. 2007. The influence of outside directors’ stock- option compensation on firm R&D. Corporate Governance: An International Review 15: 816-827.
Salamon S. D., & Deutsch Y. 2006. OCB as a handicap: an evolutionary psychological perspective. Journal of Organizational Behavior. 27: 185 – 199.
Deutsch, Y. 2005. The impact of board composition on strategic decisions: a meta-analytic review. Journal of Management. 31: 424-444.
Deutsch, Y., & Ross, T. 2003. You are known by the directors you keep: reputable directors as a signaling mechanism. Management Science. 49:1003-1017.
Project Title Role Award Amount Year Awarded Granting Agency Project TitleFostering Trust Between Leaders and Their Followers: A Signaling Framework Role Award Amount$175,852.00 Year Awarded2019- 2023 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Standard Research Grant Project TitleFostering Trust Between Leaders and Their Followers: A Signaling Framework Role Award Amount$60,000.00 Year Awarded2020-2023 Granting AgencyDepartment of National Defense Research Initiative Project TitleThe Performance and Exit Trade-offs of Start-ups Role Award Amount$49,410.00 Year Awarded2015-2017 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Committee, Insight Development Grants Project TitleSize Matters - Deconstructing the Effects of Agency Theory, Institutional Theory, and Behavioural Learning Theory in Small and Large Mergers and Acquisitions Role Award Amount$73,950.00 Year Awarded2010-2014 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Standard Research Grant Project TitleThe Influence of Outside Directors' Stock-Based Compensation on Firms' Strategic Decisions and Financial Performance Role Award Amount$75,648.00 Year Awarded2003-2007 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Standard Research Grant Project TitleReaserch fund Role Award Amount$75,000.00 Year Awarded2002-2005 Granting AgencySchulich School of Business