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Catie Magelssen

Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship


BS (UC Berkeley) PhD (Rutgers)

Dr Catherine Magelssen studies multinational firm strategy and intra-firm relationships. In particular, she explores how firms develop, organize, and manage their intangible assets. Her current research focuses on how firms allocate control over their intangible assets to entities within the firm and the strategic implications for firm knowledge sharing, innovation, and growth.

Dr Magelssen is an Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School. She holds a PhD from Rutgers University and a BS from the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. Prior to joining academia, she worked as an economic consultant where she managed global transfer pricing projects, advised multinational firms on the structuring of intra-firm relationships, valued intangible assets, and helped firms integrate global operations post-acquisition.


2015

Learning from outsourcing: the effects of outsourcing strategy on organizational efficiency

Magelssen C; Sanchez F; Damanpour F

Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings 2015

2012

Initiation, implementation and complexity of managerial innovation

Damanpour F; Chiu H; Magelssen C

in Pitsis T S, Simpson A and Dehlin E, Handbook of organizational and managerial innovation, Edward-Elgar Press, 2012

Adoption cycle of managerial innovation: Effects of innovation social status and transaction costs

Damanpour F; Magelssen C

Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings 2012

2010

Early adopters and radical regulatory reform in India: first in line for trade protection

Feinberg S; Magelssen C; Smith M

Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings 2010

2008

Modelling risk

Curd R; Hart R; Magelssen C

Euromoney ITR Intellectual Property Guide

Current


MBA


  • Core course, Understanding General Management, C122 AUT14 (2 streams)


Executive MBA


  • Core course, Understanding General Management, C031 B AUT14


PhD


  • International Business

Previous


PhD


  • 2015 Core Strategy


Other


  • 2011, 2012 International Business (Undergraduate core course, Rutgers University)

  • - 2011 Business Policy and Strategy (Undergraduate core course, Rutgers University)

Research and Awards


  • Academy of Management, IM Division Best Dissertation Award entitled “D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University Best Dissertation Award”

  • Alan M. Rugman Young Scholar Award (Haynes Prize) for most promising scholar under 40 years old

  • 2015 Nominated – INFORMS Best Dissertation Award, TIMES

  • 2015 Nominated – Academy of Management, IM Division Best Dissertation Award

  • 2015 Nominated – Peter J. Buckley and Mark Casson AIB Dissertation Award

  • 2012 Rutgers University Dissertation Fellowship

  • 2012 Rutgers University Summer Research Scholarship (Competitive)

  • 2012 Dean’s Competition for Summer Research Funding (Competitive)

  • 2011 Finalist, Temple Academy of International Business Best Paper Award