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STRATEGY SEMINAR SERIES
FALL 2013 and WINTER 2014

Co-sponsored by: The Center for International Business Education

Papers will be available electronically a few days prior to the seminar
by clicking on the appropriate presentation title below.
Date Time Location Guest Speaker & Affiliation Title of Presentation
Friday,
Sept. 13
3-4:30 pm E1550 Todd Zenger
Washington University-St. Louis

Do Investors Value Uniqueness in Corporate Strategy? Evidence from Mergers and Acquisitions

Friday,
Sept. 20
3-4:30 pm E1550 Ashish Arora
Duke
No paper available
Friday,
Oct. 11
3-4:30 pm E1550 Marvin Lieberman
UCLA

Creating and capturing value: What does that mean, and how can it be measured?
VCA Model - Conceptual
VCA Model - Empirical

Friday,
Oct. 25
3-4:30 pm E1550 Michael Tushman
Harvard

Open Innovation and Organizational Boundaries: Task Decomposition, Knowledge Distribution and the Locus of Innovation

Friday,
Nov. 1
10:30 am -
12:00 pm
W2740 Tarun Khanna
Harvard

The Role of Firms in Fostering Within Country Migration - Evidence from a Natural Experiment in India

Friday,
Nov. 8
3-4:30 pm E1550 Myles Shaver
Minnesota

Creating Value when Combining Two Weak Firms: The Role of Routine Disruption in Mergers and Acquisitions

Friday,
Nov. 15
3-4:30 pm R1240 Francisco Polidoro
Texas of Austin

Balancing Value Creation and Value Capture: The Effects of Intrafirm Collaborations on Firm-University Collaborations
Paper will not be posted on this website

Friday,
Nov. 22
3-4:30 pm E1550 Linda Argote
CMU

Knowledge Sharing Across Boundaries in Online Knowledge Communities: Fading of Surface-level and Rise of Deep-level Similarity with Experience

Friday,
Dec. 6
3-4:30 pm E1550 Olivier Chatain
Wharton

Efficiency and Influence in the Deployment of Human Assets: Evidence from M&A Legal Advisors

Winter 2014

Friday,
Jan. 17
3-4:30 pm K1320 Ray Reagans
MIT

  Feeding the Learning Curve

No Paper Available

Friday,
Feb. 7
3-4:30 pm K1320 Deepak Somaya
UIUC

Research Methods in Strategy
Appendices

Friday,
Feb. 14
3-4:30 pm K1320 Rich Burton
Duke
Unpacking Dynamic Capabilities: A Decision Theoretic Approach
CANCELLED
Monday,
Feb. 17
12-1:00 pm K1320 Ivan Png
NUS
Sunk Cost Fallacy in Driving the World’s Costliest Cars
                 
Friday,
Feb. 21
3-4:30 pm K1320 Aaron Chatterji
Duke
Does the Market for Ideas Influence the Rate and Direction of Innovative Activity? Evidence from the Medical Device Industry
Friday,
Feb. 28
3-4:30 pm K1320 PK Toh
Minnesota
Where do dominant technologies come from? The role of firms’ technological scope and specialization
Friday,
Mar. 14
3-4:30 pm K1320 Michael Bednar
UIUC
Paying the price? The reputational impact of controversial corporate governance practices
Friday,
Mar. 21
3-4:30 pm K1320 April Franco
Toronto
Cannibalization, Innovation, and Spin-outs
Friday,
Mar. 28
3-4:30 pm K1320 Wes Sine
Cornell
Manu Militari: Venture Ties to Coercive Institutions in Emerging Economies
Friday,
Apr 4
3-4:30 pm K1320 Anil Gupta
University of Maryland
The Formation of Venture Capital Syndicates
Friday,
Apr. 11
3-4:30 pm K1320 Rich Burton
Duke
Unpacking Dynamic Capabilities: A Decision Theoretic Approach
Friday,
Apr., 18
3-4:30 pm K1320 Kyle Mayer
USC - Marshall School of Bus.
Contracting for Innovation: Defining an Exchange that Fosters Creativity While Mitigating Opportunism
Thurs.,
Apr. 24
12-1:00 pm R0240 Jeho Lee
Seoul National University
The Roles of the Giant Cluster in Knowledge Diffusion and Recombination
Friday,
Apr. 25
3-4:30 pm K1320 Zur Shapira
NYU
Are Flatter Organizations More Innovative? Hierarchical Depth and the Importance of Ideas.
Questions? Please contact Cheryl Strickland (734) 647-4913