Evan Rawley

Associate Professor at Carlson School of Management

Biography

Carlson School of Management

Associate Professor

Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship

Education

PhD 2007
University of California Berkeley

M.B.A. 1998
University of Chicago

Expertise

  • Corporate strategy
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Productivity
  • Economics of organization

Evan Rawley is as Associate Professor in the Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship department at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Business.  Before joining Carlson he was the Roderick H. Cushman Associate Professor of Business at The Columbia Business School (20122017), and was an Assistant Professor at the Wharton School (20072012).  His award winning research on corporate strategy and entrepreneurship has been widely published in the leading academic journals in his field.  Evan holds a Ph.D. from Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago.  Prior to completing his Ph.D. Evan worked for the Boston Consulting Group in New York and for Deloitte in Detroit. 

Current Activities

Current Research

Team composition and performance

Governance and creativity

Spatial organization and productivity

The effect of downsizing on organizational performance

Editorial Appointments

Associate Editor at Management Science

Courses Taught

Read about executive education

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