Author of more than one hundred articles, two books, and many research reports --some with worldwide impact. Recipient of five national research awards and the Project Censored award for most important research of 2006.
Scholarship: Author of more than one hundred articles, two books, and many research reports --some with worldwide impact. Recipient of multiple national research awards in a broad variety of fields.
Teaching: Innovative courses take a uniquely broad perspective on management issues. Award-winning teaching cases, exercises, trips, teaching notes and curricula lead to critical insight and student accomplishment. Customized to individual needs at all levels from high school to CEOs and university faculty.
Education: Ph.D. (1998) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management, Organization Studies Group. Dissertation: The decline of the North American auto industry,
M.S. (1987) University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, Social Systems Sciences
B.S. (1984) University of Pennsylvania, School of Arts and Sciences,
Public Outreach: Many published essays, public opinion pieces, radio and TV interviews; widely cited in newspapers and national publications. Extensive public talks; expert testimony before state and national committees including the US Congress.