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724 East University Ave. Wyly Hall, First Floor Ann Arbor, MI 48109 734-764-8539 EDUCATION
1995 1988 1984 1984
Ph.D., Business Economics, Harvard University M.S.M., Sloan School of Management, MIT B.A., Economics, Stanford University B.A., Political Science, Stanford University
EXPERIENCE Academic Appointments
Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
Tom Lantos Professor of Business Administration (2006 – present) Director, Global Initiative
Ann Arbor, MI
Research focuses on business strategy and industrial dynamics in emerging markets. Responsibilities and accomplishments include: • Offer highest rated and highest enrollment international business elective in the MBA program, Strategies for Global Competition. Course consistently achieves 4.9 to 5.0 ratings (five point scale). Published more than 50 case studies and notes that are used in the school’s international business curriculum. Courses include: Strategies for Global Competition (MBA), Becoming an International Manager (EE), Global Business (EE), and Management in the Global Economy (EMBA).
William Davidson Institute
Executive Director (2004- ) Associate Director (2003-2004)
Ann Arbor, MI
The William Davidson Institute is a non-profit, research and educational institute at Michigan’s Ross School of Business. The Institute’s mission is to create, aggregate, and disseminate intellectual capital on business and policy issues in emerging market economies. The Institute employs 30 staff and spends approximately $8 million annually. Programs are financed from program fees and an endowment. Responsibilities and accomplishments include: • Overall leadership for the Institute. Assumed Executive Director position with a mandate to rethink and refocus the institute. Designed and implemented new strategy, re-staffed key positions, stabilized finances. Designed and implemented new research strategy. Strategy shifted focus from transition economics in central Europe to a “theory-and-practice” approach to four topics: the Globalization of Services, accessing Base of the Pyramid markets, the Business of Health Care Delivery, and the adoption of Green Technologies to promote development. Established Development Consulting Services group. Recruited director. Revenue growth exceeding 500% in four years.
wdi. Published more than 60 case studies and notes on business issues in emerging markets. Creating Modern Capitalism (MBA). .000 copies. Steel Vinacoal Wang Laboratories Whirlpool Wilson Hybrids The World Bank Have worked with more than a dozen Fortune 500 companies and many smaller firms to design and deliver custom executive education programs. and collaboration tools such as blogs and discussion groups. and funding for international initiatives at the schools of Public Health and Medicine. Established and restructured programs to support international activities at the University of Michigan. The Economics of Markets (MBA). and India) Reebok International R.S. Annual sales of case materials consistently exceed 50. Donnelley Russia New Growth Fund Syntel (US and India) Tata Consultancy Services Tyco International US Department of State US Agency for Int’l Development U. • • • 1995-2003 Harvard Business School Associate Professor (2000-2003) Assistant Professor (1995-2000) Boston.umich. Mavesa (Venezuela) MedDynamics (Israel) Mentorwave (Israel) Milliken & Company Partners in Health (Rwanda) Phillips Petroleum Polish American Enterprise Fund Polish American Printing Association Powershare (U. summer internships. Oversaw revenue growth exceeding 400% in four years and achieved positive profitability. and Corporate and Competitive Strategy (EE). Have worked with clients on five continents on a range of strategy and executive development issues. international course experiences (MAP). and the International Economy (MBA).edu).3 million (>90%) in first year as director.S. a Global Impact speakers series. These included: funding for research and course development. Cut operating deficit by more than $1. Non-Academic Experience 1995- Private Consulting.R. Business. an e-notifications system. Oversaw the development of a new technology platform. Established an Educators’ Outreach (casewriting) operation that produces and markets teaching materials on International business topics. Selected clients include: Acumen Fund Aravind Eye Hospital (India) Ashoka Borders Casablanca Finance Group ChrysCapital (India) The Clinton Foundation (Rwanda) CIT Group CMS Energy Cognifit (Israel) Dziennik Krajowy (Poland) E-Hub Nigeria Eastman Chemical Economists Advocate Eli Lilly (Brazil) Entergy Enterprise Investors (Poland) Entyre Mortgage Processing Equaterra Eurasia Group The Faculty Group FSI International (South Africa) Government of Algeria Government of Rwanda Guardian International Haste International (Poland) Houses for Africa (Zimbabwe) Infosys IBM Intel Corporation (China) International Finance Corp InterGen IR Lan (Israel) Janeeva (US and India) Jobs Ahead (India) KIPCO (Kuwait) LaFarge (France). Grew operating revenues by 400% in five years while maintaining budgetary balance. Government.• • Restructured executive education area. MA Courses included: New Opportunities in Emerging Markets (MBA). which includes an interactive web site (www.
2003 “Survivorship and the Economic Grim Reaper. Lynnfield. Janeeva (US/India).). Was responsible for monitoring portfolio investments. 1991-1995 Vice President (Partner).” in India Agenda Monitor.” Journal of Economics and Management Strategy. Poland). MA One of nine founding employees. Mathur. vol. Board of Directors. No 2. Economics & Organization. K. TX: The Dryden Press. Investment Committee. Advisory Board. 10. “Strategy Fads and Competitive Convergence: An Empirical Test for Herd Behavior in Prime-time Television Programming. (with Ajay Sharma). The Services Shift: Seizing the Ultimate Offshore Opportunity. and new investments in the printing/publishing.” (with Jacqueline Novogratz). PUBLICATIONS Research Materials 1. 5. Quantum Associates. (eds. Russia New Growth Fund. NY Completed Management Development Program. L. vol. June 2007. “External Liberalization and Foreign Presence: Cross-Industry Evidence from Central Europe. vol. 7. and power generation industries. “Innovation at the Base of the Pyramid: Adapting Business Models to Local Conditions. XLV.” Journal of Industrial Economics. agribusiness. . forthcoming summer 2010. 1987 Associate Product Manager. 4. “Trade. Fort Worth.” Working paper. Advisory Board. 3. Schwab and C. S. (eds. retailing. Board Member Entyre (US). K. vol. Powershare (US/India). Board Member. Poland Poland-focused venture capital firm with over $400 million under management. 6. March 2002. “Global Services Sourcing: A Tough Game You Have to Play. Enterprise Investors Warsaw. 2000. WA 1984-1986 Manager. London. FT Press. tentative acceptance from Harvard Business Review (February 2010). Dziennik Krajowy (National Daily. and Standby Letter of Credit. (with Richard H. Check Processing. Firm combined analytic strategy advice with a focus on client management development. JobsAhead (India). in Creating Mutual Value: Building Businesses and Alleviating Poverty with the Base of the Pyramid. Hart and T. 9. Foreign Investment. Inc. October 2002.). Board Member. (World Economic Forum). Board Member. 18. Microsoft Corporation Redmond.2. “Winning at the Base of the Pyramid. Chrysalis Capital (India). 1988-1990 Manager. Worked with clients in the high technology. workouts.” (with George Baker). The Chase Manhattan Bank New York. MacBeedon Investments (US). 2. Polish American Printing Association (Poland). summer 2000. light manufacturing. Board Member. insurance. January 2009. and media sectors. 9.Current advisory positions include: Advisory Board. Haste International (Poland).” Working paper. The Journal of Law. Vietor). Equaterra (US). Prior advisory positions include: Board Member. and India’s Prospects for Development. 8. Wharton Press.” Journal of Economic Literature. “A Corporate Solution to Global Poverty: How Multinationals Can Help the Poor and Invigorate Their Own Legitimacy. Globalization and Development: Cases in National Economic Strategies. Post-training program assignments included Private Banking.
13.11. (WDI # 428-587) 13. (WDI # 428-593) 2. . Beyond Comparative Advantage: Theories of Strategic Trade (WDI # 428-935) 6. K. August 2004. Going Global (C): Infosys. (WDI #428-595) 20. Global Business in the Next 25 Years. (WDI # 428-644) 8. Hitt. (John Wiley and Sons). Ricart i Costa. June 1997.A. classroom video. 14. vol. Entry Mode (B): Direct and Indirect Exporting. 24. (WDI # 428-663) 10. August 2004. 17. Cross-Border Project Valuation. August 2004. Airbus and Boeing: The Fight for Hegemony. (eds. Nixon. Teaching Cases and Notes A. 25. Cross-Border Project Valuation Exercise (A). 12. Vietor). February 2000. v25. Going Global (B): eBay. (WDI #428-827) 19. Balance of Payments. (WDI # 428-428-789) 5. The International Journal of Industrial Organization. Globalization and Development: Cases in National Economic Strategies—Teaching Manual. . 7. “Competitive Shocks and Industrial Structure: The Case of Polish Manufacturing. (WDI # 428-651) 21. Aramex (A): Delivering the Future. Fort Worth. Cross-Border Project Valuation Exercise (C). August 2004. TX: The Dryden Press. (with Richard H.” The International Journal of the Economics of Business. From GECIS to Genpact: A Captive goes Third Party. Cross-Border Project Valuation Exercise (B). Corruption in International Business (B). (WDI # 428-807) 17. July 2004 22. and R. (WDI #428-777) 4. Aramex (B): Delivering the Future. 2000.” (with Pankaj Ghemawat). “The Effect of Bankruptcy Filings on Rivals’ Operating Performance: Evidence from 51 Large Bankruptcies.) M.1. (WDI # 428-641) 7.” (with Pankaj Ghemawat and Tarun Khanna).” World Development. 15. Entry Mode (D): Franchising. (WDI # 428-649) 9. in Managing Strategically in an Interconnected World. August 1999. Corruption in International Business (A). Foreign Direct Investment. vol. Entry Mode (C): Licensing. Entry Mode (A): Choosing the Right Approach.6. Entry Mode. Going Global (D): Apollo Hospital Systems. (WDI #428-776) 3. 1998. (WDI # 428-764) 12. International Business: Michigan and WDI Cases and Notes 1. “A Tale of Two Economies: Economic Restructuring in Post-Socialist Poland. (WDI # 428-593) 14. (WDI # 428-763) 11. 23. J. Going Global (A): General Motors. (WDI # 428-806) 15. (WDI # 428-804) 16. “Competitive Policy Shocks and Strategic Management. Entry Mode (E): Joint Ventures. The Global Business Environment. (WDI # 428-802) 18.
53. Location. 27. (WDI # 428-656) 34. . (HBS# 799-092). IT-Enabled Services (D): Spectramind eServices. IT-Enabled Services (C): GE Capital International Services. August 2004. Note on Economic Variation Across Firms. (HBS# 702-019). Managing the Value Chain: Governance. (WDI # 428-702) 43. Casablanca Finance Group. August 2004. Chile: The Latin American Tiger?. (WDI #934) 37. Understanding Exchange Rates Quiz (B).S. 57. Understanding Exchange Rates Quiz (C). (WDI # 428-662) 40. Casablanca Finance Group classroom video. China: Facing the 21st Century. IT-Enabled Services (E): Bechtel India. (WDI # 429-001) 49. Circuit City. Teaching Note. (WDI # 429-039) 45. (WDI # 429-003) 48. The Services Shift: Managing the Global Sourcing of Services. Chrysalis Capital: Venture Capital in an Emerging Market. (HBS# 701-136). The CAMPFIRE Program: Wildlife Management in Zimbabwe. (HBS# 700-063). (WDI # 428-652) 30. (WDI # 428-700) 41. 58. (WDI # 428-653) 31. (WDI # 428-646) 39. Understanding Exchange Rates Quiz (E). Understanding Exchange Rates Quiz (D). The Value Chain: A Framework for Analyzing Firm Activities. (HBS# 798-092).26. Going Global (E): Embraer. (WDI # 429-002) C. Auto Producers. Introduction to Business: Michigan and WDI Cases and Notes 44. 28. (WDI # 428-657) 35. 29. HBS Cases and Conceptual Notes 50. (WDI # 428-655) 33. (HBS# 799-093). IT-Enabled Services (F): Teleradiology Solutions Inc.. 54. Banco Solidario: The Business of Microfinance. (WDI # 428-703) B. Mass Production and Vertical Integration at Ford in the 1920s. Going Global (F): Haier. Going Global (G): MTV India. 52. Trade and Comparative Advantage. The Decline of the “Big Three” U. (HBS# 798-066). 55. Chile: The Latin American Tiger? Teaching Note. 51. (HBS# 799-082). (WDI # 428-701) 42. Understanding Balance of Payments. (WDI # 429-048) 46. IT-Enabled Services (A): Healthscribe India. Understanding Exchange Rates Quiz (A). August 2004. Understanding Exchange Rates. IT-Enabled Services (B): Transworks. (WDI #428-789) 38. China: Facing the 21st Century. (WDI # 429-011) 47. (WDI # 428-654) 32. 56. (WDI # 428-762) 36. and Firm Scope Decisions.
(HBS# 799-102). (HBS# 797-075). InterGen and the Quezon Power Project: Building Infrastructure in Emerging Markets. 67. The Economic Gains from Trade: Theories of Strategic Trade. E-Hub Nigeria (A). 71. Mavesa (B): International Strategy and Valuation Concerns. 60. 87. Houses for Africa Teaching Note (HBS# 799-100). 76. 64. (HBS# 700-099). (HBS# 700-098). Expatriate Management: A Brief Introduction. Identifying and Realizing Investments in Eastern Europe (A). 75. Houses for Africa classroom video. (HBS# 799-084). HBS# 701-087). India in 1996. The Development of the Internet in China (C): Sohu. Teaching Note (HBS# 799-094).59. Goldberg. (HBS# 700-094). Identifying and Realizing Investments in Eastern Europe (B). (computer exercise. (HBS# 701-075). Mavesa (A) classroom video. (HBS# 701-066). 69. Currency Crises Teaching Note. (with Nancy Koehn. (HBS# 797-076). 74. InterGen and the Quezon Power Project classroom video. 79. . (with R. 89. (HBS# 700-075). HBS# 701-128). (HBS# 799-041). HBS# 701-086). 63. The Economic Gains from Trade: Comparative Advantage. 78. 72. (HBS# 700-093). 61. Houses for Africa. InterGen and the Quezon Power Project: Building Infrastructure in Emerging Markets Teaching Note. 84. Corruption in International Business (A). Mavesa (B) classroom video. (HBS# 799-097). 68. HBS# 796-183). (HBS# 700-019). The Development of the Internet in China (B): Chinadotcom Corporation. 85. 90. 94. 83. 92. Di Tella. The Han Young Labor Dispute (A). Corruption in International Business (B). The Han Young Labor Dispute (B): Winter 1997-1998. 82. India in 1996. Mavesa (A): Business Strategy Amid Economic and Political Turmoil. 66. Ecotourism: A Brief Introduction. (HBS# 700-041). Fiscal Policy. 70.com. Gerber Products Company: Investing in the New Poland—Updated Computer Supplement. Currency Crises classroom video. (HBS# 796-184). The Development of the Internet in China (D): Perspectives on the Industry and Firms. (HBS# 700-018). Di Tella. (HBS# 700-096). (HBS# 798-065). HBS# 701-129). 77. (with R. 93. The Development of the Internet in China (A): Challenges and Opportunities. HBS# 798-025). National Income Accounting. (with R. 62. Economic Liberalization and Industry Dynamics. (HBS# 700-095). 86. (HBS# 799-057). Chrysalis Capital classroom video. 88. 73. 91. Currency Crises. 65. 80. 81. (HBS# 799-088). The Han Young Labor Dispute (C): Spring-Summer 1998. (with R. Goldberg.
(HBS# 799-064). (HBS# 797-080). Teaching Note. 102. (HBS# 799-011). 101.95. Harvard Business School Publishing The Free Press. Referee. American Economic Association. 106. Teaching Note. Member. Donnelley: Expanding into Eastern Europe. and Have reviewed book manuscripts for: Addison Wesley Publishing. The Pharmaceutical Industry and the AIDS Crisis in Developing Countries. (HBS# 799-083).R. 100. (HBS# 799-089). Economics and Organization. Shock Therapy in Eastern Europe: Economic Reform in Poland and Czechoslovakia. (HBS# 701-136). Transition to a Market Economy: The Components of Reform. R. HBS# 701-134). Journal of Economics and Management Strategy. (HBS# 799-119). Contemporary Economic Policy. Harvard University Press. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 19931994199519961993Member. The Business History Review. Academy of Management. 97. (HBS# 797-068). Note on Currency Crises. (with Cynthia Montgomery. (with Cynthia Montgomery. 98. Member. and . 105. Journal of Industrial Economics. Shock Therapy in Eastern Europe: Economic Reform in Poland and Czechoslovakia. (HBS# 799-095). Quarterly Journal of Economics. (HBS# 700-092). Strategic Management Society. 104. 103. HBS# 798-061). World Development. Social Security Reform. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy. Tata Consultancy Services: High Technology in a Low-income Country. Offshore Corporations: A Brief Introduction. Strategic Management Journal. Sloan Management Review. Economic Journal. Tyco International (A) Teaching Note. Periodic referee for: The American Economic Review. Tyco International (A). Review of Economics and Statistics. Journal of Law. 99. Social Security Reform. 96. Academy of International Business. HarperBusiness. Member.