Open Seminar with Jeff Reuer


On 23 April 2013 Jeff Reuer will be delivering a paper titled "Mechanisms of Hybrid Governance: Administrative Committees in Non-Equity Alliances"as part of the ABRI Open Seminar Series at 13.00 in room 0G-30 (Filosofenhof).

If you would like to join for lunch at the seminar, please fill in this form.

You can find his abstract here.

Jeffrey J. Reuer is the Blake Family Endowed Chair in Strategic Management and Governance at the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University, where he is also the Area Coordinator. Before joining Purdue, he was the Boyd W. Harris, Jr. Distinguished Scholar and Professor of Strategic Management at the Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina.

Professor Reuer has led courses and seminars on business and corporate strategy, strategic investment decisions, and strategic alliances in MBA and Ph.D. programs as well as for many organizations (e.g., Areva, Eli Lilly, Ernst and Young, Euroforum, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, LG, NEC, Owens Corning, Pfizer, Philips International BV, and the World Bank). He has taught in executive education programs at Harvard Business School, Duke University, INSEAD, the Indian School of Business, and Peking University. He is a recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award from the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, for the best core course in the weekend executive MBA program.

Professor Reuer’s research uses organizational economics to investigate firms’ external corporate development activities and growth options (e.g., strategic alliances, acquisitions, and initial public offerings). He was the first recipient of the Strategic Management Society’s Emerging Scholar Award. He is widely published in the field's major academic journals and has been invited to present papers at more than seventy universities throughout the world. His publication credits include six books, and the results of his research have also appeared as practice-oriented articles and research briefings in the Harvard Business Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, Financial Times, and the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance.