The Strategic Management (SGM) faculty comes from various backgrounds in strategy, economics, marketing, sociology, organizational theory, international business, and public policy. Thus, there is an appreciation for an interdisciplinary approach to the study of strategy. Importantly, the department presents a fertile environment for those who wish to study at the various intersections of strategy, innovation, entrepreneurship, and global business. In recent years, our faculty has published in the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Management Science, Organization Science, Journal of International Business Studies, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Global Strategy Journal, Research Policy, and Journal of Business Venturing, among others.


The SGM Department engages in research that has implications for the managerial community as well as for the wider society. Interest in entrepreneurship across the university, from students and scholars in all departments, is at an all-time high. The downturn in the economy has left many people wondering if owning their own business may be a more viable and stable career

Themes – The Global Impact of Fox School Research

Research is a top priority at the Fox School. Faculty and students across departments regularly make unique contributions that impact the academic world and the global business community, as well as society as a whole. Learn more about the important work done at Fox by exploring the following research themes.​​

Institutes & Centers

Sample Publications