Hampton University

Faculty & Staff

Edwin Makamson

I. Current Rank

Assistant Professor of Marketing - Undergraduate

II. Department

Management

III. Education

Doctoral Degree:

Doctor of Philosophy,May 1993,Business Administration, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Dissertation Title: “Determinants of Quality and Least Costs Strategies ( Hospital Industry; a LISREL model."

Major Field of Study: Strategic Management

Minor Field of Study: Organizational Sciences

Masters Degree:

Master of Science (MHA), December 1975, Hospital Administration, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.

Thesis: “Hospital Decision-Making: Realignment of Patient Services”.

Master of Arts, May 1970, Political Science, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas.

Thesis: “Community and State: A Treatise on the Historical Tension between Moral and Functional Society

Baccalaureate Degree:

Bachelor of Arts, May 1968, Political Science, Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi.

IV. Courses Taught:

Hampton University

MGT301 Business Organization and Management
MGT321 Management of International Business
MGT400 Organizational Behavior
MGT416 Technology and Innovation
MGT499 Business Policy and Strategy
MGT602 Management Theory and Practice
MGT681 Organization Theory and Practice
MGT690 Business Policy and Strategy
MGT670 International Business

V. Intellectual Contributions

Refereed Journal Articles

Edwin L. Makamson, “The Reverse Take-over: Implications for Strategy,” Academy of Strategic Management Journal, in press (Winter 2009).

Edwin L. Makamson, “Whittaker Memorial Hospital,” Journal of the International Academy of Case Studies, Vol. 12, No. 5. 2006, 83-92.

Edwin L. Makamson and Kelwyn D’Souza, “A Subcontractor’s Dilemma: Ready for Prime Time?,” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, Vol. 11, No.3, 2005, 81-90.

Grants-Pi, Co-Pi Or Project Leader

International Business Education, Department of Education, $171,785/2-years, Hampton University. 2008-10.

VII. Professional Organizations

Academy of Management: Business Policy, Organizational Theory, Health Care Division Membership

North American Case Research Association

Allied Academies: Strategic Management, Case Research Divisions