Dr. Anuja Gupta, Ph.D.
Office Number: 259
Phone Number: 856-225-6227
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Ph.D., The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Gupta is a Senior Fellow at the Mack Center for Technological Innovation at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. She has received many grants for her research from the Center for Leadership and Change Management, the Mack Center for Technological Innovation, and the Reginald H. Jones Center, at Wharton. Recently, she received a grant from Wharton’s Global Initiatives Research Program to study Indian multinationals and their globalization strategies. Dr. Gupta has presented her research at top global conferences and is an active member of the Academy of Management and the Strategic Management Society.
Research Interests: Strategy; International Management; Entrepreneurship
Courses Taught: Multinational Business: Business Policy; Strategic Management (Graduate)
Professional Activities and Honors:
- Member of the Strategic Management Society since 2005
- Member of Academy of Management BPS, TIM, IM divisions since 2004
- Chair and discussant at Strategic Management Society Conference, Rome, Italy 2010
- Reviewer for SMS Annual Conference, 2009Reviewer & Discussant at Academy of Management, 2004 – 2012
PAPERS UNDER REVIEW
- “Design of Routines for Replication”. Anne Marie Knott, Anuja Gupta and David Hoopes; Under review, Strategic Management Journal.
- “Developing, Testing, and Validating Theory with Comparative Case Studies”. Anuja Gupta and Mauro F. Guillén; Under revision. Management and Organization Review.
- “All Networks are not Equal”. Anuja Gupta and Lori Rosenkopf. Under preparation for submission to SMJ.
- “Value Creation and Destruction through Technological Search: A Study of the US Medical Devices Industry”.
- “EBCAR: An Event-Based Approach to Measuring Strategy’s Impact on Long-Term Financial Performance”. With Sidney Winter.
- “Medtronic Inc.: From the Garage to Fortune 500; A Study of Value Creation”. Under preparation for journal submission.
- “Strategic Change, Dynamic Capabilities of the Firm and CEO Career Paths”. With Sidney Winter.
- “Replication of Knowledge Communities: the ‘Robust’ Template.” With Joan T. Allatta.
WORK IN PROGRESS
- “The Global Expansion of Emerging Economy Multinationals”. With Prof. Mauro Guillén (A project aimed to study all global moves of Indian service sector companies and build a comprehensive dataset- currently engaged in data collection with the help of Research Assistants at Wharton)
- “Technological Convergence: Combining the Old with the New” (Studies the implications of technological convergence on value appropriation for entrepreneurial firms)
- “Incumbents and Entrants: The Emergence of an Ecosystem of Innovation”