Professor of Management and Head of the Department of Management and Technology. I study firm strategy, particularly technology strategy and the impact of innovation on industry structures. I published on national and international journals. My best known book is Markets for Technology (2001, MIT Press, with A.Arora and A.Fosfuri). I am Co-Editor of Strategic Management Journal (with Sendil Ethiraj and Connie Helfat), Fellow of the Strategic Management Society, and Research Fellow of CEPR, London. I was Chair of the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the US Academy of Mangement in 2016, and visiting professor of the Department of Economics of Stanford University (1995-96, 2003 and 2005) and of the Sloan School of MIT (2015-16).
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