prof.dr. (Harry) HR Commandeur

prof.dr. (Harry) HR Commandeur

Professor of Industrial Economics and Business

Full professor Erasmus School of Economics Applied Economics
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
N4-01
Email
hcommandeur@ese.eur.nl
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Harry Commandeur is a professor of industrial economics and business at the Erasmus School of Economics (ESE). Professor Commandeur's research examines the relationship between market structure, corporate strategy and firm performance. His research has appeared in major academic journals including the *Organization Science, Journal of Management, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Journal of Management Studies, Long Range Planning, Industrial Marketing Management, Vaccines, European Journal of Marketing, Total Quality Management* and the *Journal of Business Logistics*. Professor Commandeur is currently full professor of industrial economics and business economics at the Erasmus School of Economics and Managing Director of Erasmus University Rotterdam Holding B.V. He is also Advisor to the Executive Board of the Eramus University Rotterdam. He held faculty positions at Nyenrode University in Breukelen (The Netherlands) (1998-2014), The Vlerick School of Management in Ghent (Belgium) (1995-2001). Professor Commandeur studied Business Economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. He has several positions in supervisory boards in public as well as in the private sector.

  • N (Nick) Benschop, ALP Nuijten, Mark Keil, KIM (Kirsten) Rohde, Jong Seok Lee & HR (Harry) Commandeur (2020) - Springer Science+Business Media (Publisher)
  • E Kaptein, Henk Volberda & Harry Commandeur (2002) - Exploration-Exploitation Orientation: A Coevolutionary Perspective
  • E Kaptein, Henk Volberda & Harry Commandeur (2002) - EXPLOR: A measure of exploration orientation.
  • E Kaptein, Henk Volberda & Harry Commandeur (2001) - Exploration-exploitation orientation
  • E Kaptein, EJ Nijssen & Harry Commandeur (2000) - On the organization mission construct: Its antecedents and consequences.
  • Harry Commandeur (1999) - De betekenis van increasing returns voor managementvraagstukken
  • Harry Commandeur, JC Hoekstra & Kristof de Wulf (1998) - Determinants of direct mail effectiveness in business-to-business markets
  • Harry Commandeur, S Hart, EJ Hultink & N Tzikas (1998) - How Dutch and UK industrial companies steer their new product development processes
  • Jatinder Sidhu, EJ Nijssen & Harry Commandeur (1998) - The mission construct, antecedents and consequences.

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Start date approval
July 2022
End date approval
May 2025
Place
BELGIE
Description
Raad van Advies

Supply Chain Management

Year
2022
Year Level
bachelor 3, bachelor 3
Course Code
FEB13018

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