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The unifying element of strategy research is a focus on explaining and predicting interfirm-performance differentials. To answer this critical question, researchers draw on disciplines like economics and sociology. At Georgia Tech the study of strategic management is interdisciplinary and integrative (providing focus in the areas of technology and innovation management, entrepreneurship and international management).

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Undergraduate Executive MBA
Full-time MBA PhD
Evening MBA
Current Areas of Research
  • Business government relations
  • Capability development
  • Economics of Innovation
  • Engineering Entrepreneurship
  • Industrial Organization
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Business/Economics
  • Legal Environment of Business
  • Management of Innovation and New Technologies
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Microfoundations of strategy
  • New industry creation and growth
  • Strategic Alliances and Technology Licensing
  • Strategic Interaction in High-Tech Industry
  • Technology Innovation Management
  • University - Industry Technology Transfer

Refereed Articles

Working Papers

Published Papers

Practitioner Publications

Teaching Materials

Strategy Management Faculty
Marco Ceccagnoli
Area Coordinator, Associate Professor 
Annamaria Conti
Assistant Professor 
Jonathan Giuliano
Stuart Graham
Associate Professor 
Matthew Higgins
Associate Professor, Term Professorship 
David N. Ku
Regents Professor, Special Chairholder 
John McIntyre
Professor, Program Director 
Alexander Oettl
Assistant Professor 
Frank T. Rothaermel
Professor, Special Chairholder 
Henry Sauermann
Associate Professor 
Eunhee Sohn
Assistant Professor 
Peter Thompson
Senior Associate Dean, Professor 
Jerry Thursby
Professor, Special Chairholder 
Marie Thursby
Program Director, Special Chairholder 

John Walsh
Professor, School of Public Policy (courtesy appointment)