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Kate Gillespie

Kate Gillespie
kate.gillespie@mccombs.utexas.edu
CBA 7.258 (-471-5438)

Associate Professor

Department
Marketing

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Biography

GILLESPIE, KATE Associate Professor, Department of Marketing Professor Gillespie received a B.A. from Harvard University, an M.B.A. from the University of Virginia, and a Ph.D. from the London Business School. Her dissertation won first place in the Academy of International Business doctoral dissertation competition in 1983. Dr. Gillespie joined the faculty in 1984. She received the College of Business Administration Foundation Award for teaching excellence in 1988-1989. Dr. Gillespie has worked overseas in Europe and the Middle East and has taught a doctoral course in Mexico. Her research interests lie in the area of international marketing, international business-government relations, and business in developing countries. She is Associate Director for the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Selected Publications: Gillespie, Kate and J. Brad McBride, "Smuggling in Emerging Markets: Global Implications," Columbia Journal of World Business (Winter 1996): 40-54. Gillespie, Kate and Clement M. Henry, eds., Oil in the New World Order. Gainesville: The University Press of Florida, 1995. Gillespie, Kate and Hildy J. Teegen, "Market Liberalization and International Alliance Formation: The Mexican Paradigm," Columbia Journal of World Business (Winter 1995): 58-69. "U.S. Corporations and Iran at the Hague," The Middle East Journal, 1990. "Political Risk Implications for Exporters, Contractors and Foreign Licensors: The Iranian Experience," Management International Review, 1989. "Consumer Product Export Opportunities to Liberalizing LDCs: A Life-Cycle Approach," (with Dana Alden), Journal of International Business Studies, 1989. "Cleaning up Corruption in the Middle East," (with Gwenn Okruhlik), The Middle East Journal, 1988. "Middle East Response to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act," California Management Review, 1987. "Common Factors Underlying Barriers to Export: Studies in the U.S. Paper Industry," (with Alan Bauerschmidt and Daniel Sullivan), Journal of International Business Studies, 1985. The Tripartite Relationship: Government, Foreign Investors and Local Investors During Egypt's Economic Opening. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1984.

Publications

Kate Gillespie and J. Brad McBride. 2013. Counterfeit Smuggling: Rethinking Paradigms of Diaspora Investment and Trade Facilitation. Journal of International Management 19(1), 66-81.
Daniel Laufer, Kate Gillespie, and David H. Silvera. 2009. The Role of Country of Manufacture in Consumers' Attributions of Blame in an Ambiguous Product-Harm Crisis. Journal of Internation Consumer Marketing 21, 189-201.
Daniel Laufer, Kate Gillespie, Brad McBride, and Silvia Gonzalez. 2005. The Role of Severity in Consumer Attributions of Blame: Defensive Attributions in Product-Harm Crises in Mexico. Journal of International Consumer Marketing 17, 33-50.
Daniel Laufer and Kate Gillespie. 2004. Differences in Consumer Attributions of Blame between Men and Women: The Role of Perceived Vulnerability and Empathic Concern. Psychology and Marketing 21, 141-158.
Kate Gillespie and Liesl Riddle. 2004. Export Promotion Organization Emergence and Development: A Call to Research. International Marketing Review 21, 462-473.
Kate Gillespie, Jean-Pierre Jeannet, and H. David Hennessey. 2003. Global Marketing Strategy. New York, New York: Houghton Mifflin.
Liesl Riddle and Kate Gillespie. 2003. Information Sources for New Ventures in the Turkish Clothing Export Industry. Small Business Economics 20, 105-120.
Kate Gillespie. 2003. Smuggling and the Global Firm. Journal of International Management 9, 317-333.
Kate Gillespie, Kishore Krishna, and Susan Jarvis. 2002. Protecting Global Brands: Toward a Global Norm. Journal of International Marketing 10, 99-112.
Kate Gillespie, Edward Sayre, and Liesl Riddle. 2001. Palestinian Interest in Homeland Investment. The Middle East Journal 55, 237-255.
J. Brad McBride and Kate Gillespie. 2000. Consumer Innovativeness among Street Vendors in Mexico City. Latin American Business Review 1, 71-94.
Liesl Riddle and Kate Gillespie. 2000. Information Sources for New Ventures in the Turkish Clothing Export Industry, in McGill Conference on International Entrepreneurship: Researching New Frontiers,
Kate Gillespie, Liesl Riddle, Edward Sayre, and David Sturges. 1999. Diaspora Interest in Homeland Investment. Journal of International Business Studies 30, 623-634.
Kate Gillespie and J. Brad McBride. 1996. Smuggling in Emerging Markets: Global Implications. Columbia Journal of World Business 31, 40-54.
Kate Gillespie, Liesl Riddle, Edward Sayre, and David Sturges. 1995. Financing Palestine: American-Palestinian Attitudes towards Homeland Investment, in Arab Bankers Association of North America Award-Winning Papers, New York, NY, 67-83.
Kate Gillespie, Liesl Riddle, Edward Sayre, and David Sturges. 1995. Global Competitiveness and Diaspora Investment, in Innovation, Technology, and Information Management for Global Development and Competitiveness, Kaynak Erdener and Tunc Erem, eds. Istanbul, Turkey: International Management Development Association, 438-443.
Kate Gillespie and Hildy J. Teegen. 1995. Market Liberalization and International Alliance Formation: The Mexican Paradigm. Columbia Journal of World Business 30, 58-69.
Kate Gillespie and Clement M. Henry. 1995. Oil in the New World Order. Gainesville, Florida: The University Press of Florida.
Kate Gillespie, Niles Hansen, and Esra Gencturk. 1994. SMEs and Export Involvement: Market Responsiveness, Technology and Alliances. Journal of Global Marketing 7, 7-27.
Kate Gillespie and Gwenn Okruhlik. 1991. The Political Dimensions of Corruption Cleanups: A Framework for Analysis. Comparative Politics 24, 77-95.
Kate Gillespie and Aldor Lanctot. 1991. Trade Shifts During Egypt's Economic Opening: The Failure of Capital Imports, in Proceedings of the International Trade and Finance Association, Marseilles, France, 451-469.
Kate Gillespie and Dana Alden. 1989. Consumer Product Export Opportunities to Liberalizing LDCs: A Life-Cycle Approach. Journal of International Business Studies 20, 93-112.
Kate Gillespie. 1989. Political Risk Implications for Exporters, Contractors and Foreign Licensors: The Iranian Experience. Management International Review 29, 41-52.
Kate Gillespie. 1989. US Corporations and Iran at The Hague. The Middle East Journal 44, 18-36.
Kate Gillespie. 1989. US Multinationals and the Foreign MBA. Columbia Journal of World Business 24, 45-51.
Kate Gillespie and Gwenn Okruhlik. 1988. Cleaning Up Corruption in the Middle East. The Middle East Journal 42, 59-82.
Kate Gillespie and William A. Stoever. 1988. Investment Promotion Policies in Sadat's Egypt: Lessons for LDCs. Journal of Arab Affairs 7, 19-48.
Kate Gillespie. 1987. Middle East Response to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. California Management Review 29, 9-30.
Dana Alden and Kate Gillespie. 1986. A Cross-National Model of Channel Behavior: Japan and the United States, in Proceedings of the Academy of International Business, Taipei, Taiwan: South East Asia Regional Conference, 798-807.
Kate Gillespie. 1986. MBA in International Business: A Study of Position Opportunities for Graduates. Issues in International Business 2, 7-16.
Kate Gillespie and Gwenn Okruhlik. 1986. The Politics of Cleanups in the Middle East: 1970-1985, in BRISMES Proceedings of the International Conference on Middle Eastern Studies, London, England, 271-280.
Alan Bauerschmidt, Daniel Sullivan, and Kate Gillespie. 1985. Common Factors Underlying Barriers to Export: Studies in the U.S. Paper Industry. Journal of International Business Studies 16, 111-123.
Kate Gillespie and William R. Folks, Jr. 1985. Foreign Language and International Business. Foreign Language Annals 18, 47-52.
Kate Gillespie. 1984. The Tripartite Relationship: Government, Foreign Investors and Local Investors During Egypt's Economic Opening. New York, NY: Praeger Publishers.

Teaching Awards

CBA Foundation Teaching Award for Assistant Professors1988