Strategy and Entrepreneurship
Aimed at the examination of company competitiveness, this area pursues multi-disciplinary research that utilizes multiple methodologies—quantitative, as well as qualitative—to study how organizations can create and sustain superior competitive advantages that lead them to a long term success. The faculty carries out cutting-edge research on a wide range of topics such as International Business (i.e. multinationals, subsidiaries, international networks, location factors, entry modes, cross-cultural management, etc.); Entrepreneurship (i.e. intellectual capital, new venture success, women entrepreneurship, etc.); Business History (business in long-term perspective, interrelationship of institutional conditions, technology, production factors, demand conditions, gender, and culture) and Strategy (i.e. corporate strategy decision-making, environment analysis, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, etc.).