Recent Graduates

Recent PhD Graduates (initial appointment):

  • Luis Rios (Wharton), 2015 (chairs: Ashish Arora and Sharon Belenzon)
  • Ulya Tsolmon (Washington University), 2015 (chairs: Sharon Belenzon and Will Mitchell)
  • Nilanjana Dutta (Universita’ Bocconi), 2013 (chair: Will Mitchell)
  • Olga Hawn (Boston University), 2013 (chair: Will Mitchell)
  • Elena Vidal (Baruch), 2013 (chair: Will Mitchell)
  • Hyoung Goo Kang (Ewha Womans University & Hanyang University, Korea), 2009, “Organizational processes underlying capital investment decisions by M-form firms” (chair: Rich Burton)
  • Henry Sauermann (Georgia Tech), 2008, “Individual-level incentives as a driver of innovative processes and performance” (chair: Wes Cohen)
  • Ankush Chopra (Babson College), 2008, “Inter-temporal effect of technological capabilities on firm performance ” (chair: Will Mitchell)
  • Abhirup Chakrabarti (McGill University), 2007, “Spatial strategy in acquisition-based growth” (chair: Will Mitchell)
  • Michael Roach (University of North Carolina, Kenan-Flagler), 2007, “The role of academic research in firm innovation” (chair: Wes Cohen)
  • Kim-Chi Trinh (National University of Singapore), 2006, “Organizational memory” (chair: Will Mitchell)
  • Jeffrey Barden (University of Washington at Seattle), 2006, “Organizational and individual influences on alliance formation” (chair: Will Mitchell)
  • Jisung Kim (Fordham University), 2004,”Business change through acquisitions” (chair: Arie Lewin)
  • Annetta Fortune (Drexel University), 2003, “Acquisition versus dissolution: Can capabilities tell the story?” (chair: Will Mitchell)
  • Carmen Weigelt (Rice University), 2003, “Dynamics of technological innovation: Incumbents’ adaptation and capability sourcing on the internet” (chair: Will Mitchell)
  • Tim Carroll (Georgia Tech), 2002, “Interdependencies in organization design: Searching for the edge of chaos” (chair: Rich Burton)
  • Starling Hunter (MIT), 1999, “Information technology and organization structure” (chair: Arie Lewin)