Professor Reuer’s research uses organizational economics to investigate firms’ external corporate development activities and growth options (e.g., strategic alliances, international joint ventures, acquisitions, and initial public offerings). Recent projects are on the governance and design of alliances, collaborative strategies, and applications of information economics to various problems in strategy, international business, and entrepreneurship. He is a Fellow of the Strategic Management Society and was the first recipient of the SMS’ Emerging Scholar Award.
strategic management, entrepreneurship, international business, strategic alliances, acquisitions, initial public offerings
BPOL 7500 - Doctoral Seminar: Strategic Management 1
Spring 2019 / Spring 2021
Provides an overview of the literature, including classic articles and books, in business strategy andpolicy (strategic management). Brings the student up to date on schools of thought, research issues, and practical applications in strategic management.
MBAC 6050 - Strategy
Summer 2018 / Summer 2019 / Summer 2020
Analyzes how firms can attain and sustain competitive advantage in today's competitive environment. Focuses on industry dynamics, competitive positioning, firm capabilities, and corporate innovation. Introduces a set of tools for assisting managers in solving complex, real-world business problems in strategy development. Integrates MBA learning in functional areas, and emphasizes the fit between competitive analysis and the role of management and organization.
ORMG 7320 - Doctoral Seminar: Macro Aspects of Entrepreneurship
Critically investigates major issues in organization theory and provides students with experience in comprehensively surveying literature in subject areas such as organization design, power, culture, innovation, technology, environment, size, and strategy. Instructor consent required.