Jeremy Hall

Professor, Strategy
D.Phil. (University of Sussex, UK), MBA (Dalhousie), B.Sc. Psychology (Dalhousie)

Burnaby Room: WMC 4329
Burnaby Phone: 778.782.5891

Email Address: jeremy_hall@sfu.ca

Curriculum Vitae: View

Biography

Professor Jeremy Hall is currently on leave from SFU.  He now holds the Chaired Professorship of Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Business and the Directorship of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR), Nottingham University Business School, University of Nottingham, UK (see http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/business/ICCSR/people.php?p=273).

Specialization and Research Interests

Sustainable development innovation, stakeholder ambiguity, social impacts of innovation, entrepreneurial learning for social inclusion, sustainable supply chains and Brazilian industrial policy. Dr Hall currently holds a SSHRC grant exploring the impact of Brazilian poverty reduction programs on entrepreneurial dynamics, and whether they lead to productive, unproductive or destructive outcomes, and is the lead investigator for two GE3LS (Genomics, Economy, Economics, Ethics, Law and Society) Genome Canada grants investigating the commercialization of biotechnology in the forestry sector.

Selected Publications

Articles and Reports

Pietro A. Mendes; Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Bruno Silvestre

Reforming Brazil's offshore oil and gas safety regulatory framework: Lessons from Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States

2014 | Energy Policy. 74: 443-453

Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Vern Bachor; Robin Downey

Commercializing university research in diverse settings

2014 | Research Technology Management. 57(5): 26-34

Jeremy K. Hall; Vern Bachor; Stelvia Matos

The impact of stakeholder heterogeneity on risk perceptions in technological innovation

2014 | Technovation. 34(8): 410-419

Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Michael J. Martin

Innovation pathways at the base of the pyramid: Establishing technological legitimacy through social attributes

2014 | Technovation. 34(5/6): 284-294

Jeremy K. Hall

Innovation & entrepreneurial dynamics in the base of the pyramid

2014 | Technovation. 34(5–6): 265-269

Jeremy K. Hall; Vern Bachor; Stelvia Matos

Developing and diffusing new technologies: Strategies for legitimization

2014 | California Management Review. 56(3): 98-117

Jeremy K. Hall; Jonathan Linton; Robin Downey; Stelvia Matos; Vern Bachor

Moving promising technologies off the shelf. Synopsis of Policy Brief No. 7 September 2013. Genome Canada “Genomics, Public Policy, and Society” (GPS) Series. Available at: http://www.genomecanada.ca/medias/pdf/en/InnovationContinuum_Policy-Directions-Brief-synopsis.pdf

2013

Zongjie Xie; Jeremy K. Hall; Ian P. McCarthy

Review and some ideas on the research of sustainable development innovation

2012 | Keji Jinbu yu Duice [Journal of Science & Technology Progress and Policy]. 29(24): 191-195

Frank Boons; Henrikke Baumann; Jeremy K. Hall

Conceptualizing sustainable development and global supply chains

2012 | Ecological Economics. 83: 134-143

Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Lorn Sheehan; Bruno Silvestre

Entrepreneurship and innovation at the base of the pyramid: A recipe for inclusive growth or social exclusion?

2012 | Journal of Management Studies. 49(4): 785-812

Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Bruno Silvestre

A complexity approach to the triple bottom line in sustainable supply chains

2012 | International Journal of Production Research.

Rosemary E. Ommer; Jan Atkinson-Grosjean; Cecelia Benoit; Nadine Caron; Robin Downey; Jeremy K. Hall; Janet Halliwell; Brian G. Kingwell; G C. van Kooten

Bottlenecks in translating genomics form the academy into the real world: Risk, trust and communication

2012

Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Bruno Silvestre; Michael Martin

Managing the technological, commercial, organizational and social uncertainties of industrial evolution: The case of Brazilian energy and agriculture

2011 | Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 78(7): 1147-1157

Bruno Silvestre; Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Luiz A. Figueira

Privatization of electricity distribution in the Northeast of Brazil: The good, the bad, the ugly or the naive?

2010 | Energy Policy. 38(11): 7001-7013

Jeremy K. Hall; Gregory A. Daneke; Michael J. Lenox

Sustainable development and entrepreneurship: Past contributions and future directions

2010 | Journal of Business Venturing. 25(5): 439-448

Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos

Incorporating impoverished communities in sustainable supply chains

2010 | International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management. 40(1/2): 124-147

Bruno Silvestre; Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Luiz A. Figueira

Privatizacao: Bom ou ruim? Licoes do setor de distribuicaode energia eletrica do nordeste brasileiro (Privatization: good or bad? Lessons from the electricity distribution sector in the northeast of Brazil)

2010 | RAE. 50(1): 94-111

Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Liv Severino; Napoleao Beltrao

Brazilian biofuels & social exclusion: Established & concentrated ethanol vs. Emerging and dispersed bio-diesel

2009 | Journal of Cleaner Production. 17(Supplement 1): S77-S85

Leyland F. Pitt; Lisa Papania; Jeremy K. Hall

Flying West to get to the East: Service innovation at YVR

2009 | BC Innovation Council.

Bruno Silvestre; Jeremy K. Hall; Lisa Papania

Vancouver as an innovation hub for Asia and Latin America & Caribbean

2009 | BC Innovation Council.

Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Cooper H. Langford

Social exclusion and transgenic technology: The case of Brazilian agriculture

2008 | Journal of Business Ethics. 77(1): 45-63

Lisa Papania; Jeremy K. Hall

Ballard's fuel cell bus project: Next stop - changing the world

2008 | BC Innovation Council.

Jeremy K. Hall

Exploring conventional transitions to diversification: The analogy of Brazilian biofuels: September 27, 2008

2008

Jeremy K. Hall

General Report: Prospective Applications for Converging Technologies in Nano-Bio-Info Systems (PACT-NBIS) Scoping Meeting: March 19-20, 2007

2007

James R. Dewald; Jeremy K. Hall; James J. Chrisman; Franz W. Kellermanns

The governance paradox: Preferences of small vulnerable firms in the homebuilding

2007 | Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice. 31(2): 279-297

Stelvia Matos; Jeremy K. Hall

Integrating sustainable development in the extended value chain: The case of life cycle assessment in the oil & gas and agricultural biotechnology industries

2007 | Journal of Operations Management. 25(6): 1083-1102

Stelvia Matos; Jeremy K. Hall

Integrating sustainable development in the extended value chain: The case of life cycle assessment in the oil & gas and agricultural biotechnology industries

2007 | Journal of Operations Management. 25: 1083-1102

James R. Dewald; Jeremy K. Hall; James J. Chrisman; Franz W. Kellerman

Governance preferences of small vulnerable firms in the homebuilding industry

2007 | Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice. 31(2): 279-297

Cooper H. Langford; Jeremy K. Hall; Peter Josty; Stelvia Matos; Astrid Jacobson

Indicators and outcomes of Canadian university research: Proxies becoming goals?

2006 | Research Policy. 35(10): 279-297

Jeremy K. Hall; Philip Rosson

The impact of technological turbulence on entrepreneurial behavior, social norms and ethics: Three internet-based cases

2006 | Journal of Business Ethics. 64(3): 231-248

Jeremy K. Hall; Michael J. Martin

Disruptive technologies, stakeholders and the innovation value chain: A framework for evaluating radical technology development

2005 | R and D Management Journal. 35(3): 273-284

James J. Chrisman; Ed McMullan ; Jeremy K. Hall

The influence of guided preparation on the long-term performance of new ventures

2005 | Journal of Business Venturing. 20(6): 769-791

Jeremy K. Hall; Marcus Wagner

Editorial: The challenges and opportunities of sustainable development for entrepreneurship and small business

2012 | Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship. 25(4): 409-416

Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Bruno Silvestre

Understanding why firms should invest in sustainable supply chains: A complexity approach

2012 | International Journal of Production Research. 50(5): 1332-1348

Jeremy K. Hall; Marcus Wagner

Integrating sustainability into firms' processes: Performance effects and the moderating role of business models

2012 | Business Strategy & the Environment. 21(3): 183-196

Jeremy K. Hall; Jonathan Linton; Robin Downey; Stelvia Matos; Vernon Bachor

The innovation continuum: Moving promising technologies off the shelf. Genome Canada “Genomics, Public Policy, and Society” (GPS) Series Policy Brief. Available at: http://www.genomecanada.ca/ medias/pdf/en/InnovationContinuum_Policy-Directions-Brief.pdf

2013

Books, Book Chapters and Monographs

Jeremy K. Hall; Jay Lebowitz

Publishing in Technology and Innovation Management Journals: Perspectives from Both Sides of the Fence

2015 | A Guide to Publishing for Academics: Inside the Publish or Perish Phenomenon. 53-66

Jeremy K. Hall; Vernon Bachor; Stelvia Matos

The impact of IP policies on technological innovation in agriculture

2014 | Innovations in agricultural genomics: Overcoming complexities in the intellectual property-regulatory complex.

Stelvia Matos; Jeremy K. Hall; Adam Lindgreen; Francois Maon; Joelle Vanhamme; Sankar Sen

Setting a framework for LCA in new technology development

2013 | Sustainable value chain management: A research anthology. Chapter 8: 125-138

Frank Boons; Jeremy K. Hall; Jennifer Howard-Grenville; Stelvia Matos

Transgenic crops in Brazil: Scientific decision-making for social ambiguities?

2009 | The Social Embeddedness of Industrial Ecology. Chapter 7: 171-192

Gabriela Dutrenit; Jeremy K. Hall; Javier Jasso; Stelvia Matos; Daniel Villavicencio

The Embraer-Bombardier aerospace trade dispute and social exposure

2007 | Globalizacion, acumulacion de capacidades e innovacion. Los desafios para las empresas, localidades y paises. 453-471

Jeremy K. Hall; Stelvia Matos; Adam Lindgreen; Francois Maon; Joelle Vanhamme; Sankar Sen

Incorporating impoverished communities in sustainable supply chains

2013 | Sustainable value chain management: A research anthology. Chapter 17: 291-308

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