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Karca Aral is an assistant professor of supply chain management whose research is focused on procurement actions, sustainable procurement, sustainable supply chain management and information acquisition.2 Articles


Minniti holds a Ph.D. in Economics from New York University. Her primary research interests include entrepreneurship and economic growth, institutions, government and organizational emergence. Prior to joining the Whitman School, Minniti was professor and Bobby B. Lyle Chair of Entrepreneurship in the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University. Minniti has previously taught at Babson College, Skidmore College and New York University, and has held visiting positions at the London Business School, the Max Planck Institute, Humboldt University, and the Copenhagen Business School. Since 2015, Minniti is also Visiting Distinguished Professor in the Department of Management at Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland.2 Articles


Professor Penfield is an assistant professor of supply chain management practice. He is interested in helping practitioners bring their supply chain management activities into the 21st century. Penfield was most recently the vice president of operations for a local manufacturing company and has more than 15 years of experience in supply chain management, working with Johnson & Johnson, Philips Electronics, and The Raymond/Toyota Corporation.2 Articles


Professor Mazumdar is the Howard R. Gendal Professor of Marketing and director of the Earl V. Snyder Innovation Management center. His research interests are in the areas of pricing, price promotions, new products, and determinants and effects of star power.2 Articles


Wei Yu is a Ph.D. student in entrepreneurship at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.2 Articles


Alejandro S. Amezcua, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of entrepreneurship at the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University. He researches new venture strategy by adapting theories on organizational sponsorship and population ecology to evaluate whether new ventures that accept government support outperform their peers.1 Articles


Professor Thevaranjan is an associate professor of accounting whose research revolves around agency theory and organizational control. The main contribution of his research has been in extending the principal-agent framework to study issues pertaining to ethics and effort allocation.1 Articles


Professor Chernobai is an associate professor of finance. Her research interests lie in the area of financial mathematics and statistics applied to the management and modeling of financial risks in banking institutions.1 Articles


Cristiano Bellavitis is a new assistant professor of entrepreneurship at the Whitman School. Originally from Italy, Bellavitis has worked globally in places like Russia and New Zealand. He received his Ph.D. in management from Cass Business School in London. Bellavitis’s research interests include network theory in the venture capital industry, interfirm networking in entrepreneurial finance settings, strategic partnering and cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin.1 Articles


Professor Rice teaches law and public policy courses to management students at the Whitman School of Management. He earned a J.D. from Syracuse University's College of Law, as well as an MBA from the Whitman School.1 Articles