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DOVEV LAVIE

DOVEV LAVIE
Full Professor
Department of Management and Technology

Courses a.y. 2017/2018

11464 MANAGING ACQUISITIONS AND ALLIANCES
30012 STRATEGIA COMPETITIVA / BUSINESS STRATEGY
40399 TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT - ADVANCED I

Biographical note

BSc in Industrial Engineering and Management (1996), BA in Economics and Management (1996), and MSc in Business Administration (1998), Technion.
MA in Managerial Science and Applied Economics (2002), and PhD in Management (2004), the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.


Academic CV

Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin (2004-2006); Professor of Strategic Management and Vice Dean for MBA Programs at the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion (2006-2017); Visiting Professor at the London Business School (2013-2014), Bocconi University (2014-2017), University College London (2013), and BI Norway (2016-2018).
Sloan Industry Studies Fellow (2007-2009); Strategic Management Society Emerging Scholar Award (2012); Academy of Management William H. Newman Award for Best Paper based on a Dissertation (2007); Academy of Management BPS Distinguished Paper Award (2007); INFORMS Best Dissertation Award (2005).
Associate Editor of the Academy of Management Journal (2013-2016); Guest Editor of a Special Issue of the Strategic Management Journal on The Interplay of Competition and Cooperation (2014-2018); Associate Editor at the Strategic Management Journal (2017-2020); Editorial boards member at the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Managemet Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, and Strategic Organization.
Executive Committee and the Research Committee of the Academy of Management STR Division; Program Chair of the Cooperative Strategies Interest Group, Initiator and Co-Chair of the Special Conference in Tel-Aviv, and Conference Track Director for the Strategic Management Society; Founder and member of the Organizing Committee and Advisory Committee of the Israel Strategy Conference (ISC).

 


Research areas

Value creation and capture in alliance portoflios; Balancing exploration and exploitation; Interplay of competition and cooperation in technology-intensive industries; Resource-based view and capabilities approach.


Selected publications

Stettner, Uriel & Lavie, Dovev. (2014) "Ambidexterity under Scrutiny: Exploration and Exploitation via Internal Organization, Alliances, and Acquisitions", Strategic Management Journal, 35(13), 1903-1929

Lavie, Dovev, Haunschild, Pamela & Khanna, Poonam (2012) "Interorganizational Differences, Relational Mechanisms, and Alliance Performance", Strategic Management Journal, 33(12), 1453-1479

Lavie, Dovev, Kang, Jingoo & Rosenkopf, Lori (2011) "Balance within and across Domains: The Performance Implications of Exploration and Exploitation in Alliances", Organization Science, 22(6), 1517-1538

Gulati, Ranjay, Lavie, Dovev & Singh, Harbir. (2009) "The Nature of Partnering Experience and the Gains from Alliances", Strategic Management Journal, 30(11), 1213-1233

Lavie, Dovev & Miller, Stewart R. (2008) "Alliance Portfolio Internationalization and Firm Performance", Organization Science, 19(4), 623-646

Lavie, Dovev. (2007) "Alliance Portfolios and Firm Performance: A Study of Value Creation and Appropriation in the U.S. Software Industry", Strategic Management Journal, 28(12), 1187-1212

Lavie, Dovev, Lechner, Christoph & Singh, Harbir. (2007) "The Performance Implications of Timing of Entry and Involvement in Multi-Partner Alliances", Academy of Management Journal, 50(3), 578-604

Lavie, Dovev & Rosenkopf, Lori. (2006) "Balancing Exploration and Exploitation in Alliance Formation", Academy of Management Journal, 49(6), 797-818. (Special Topic

Lavie, Dovev. (2006) "The Competitive Advantage of Interconnected Firms: An Extension of the Resource-Based View", Academy of Management Review, 31(3), 638-658

Lavie, Dovev. (2006) "Capability Reconfiguration: An Analysis of Incumbent Responses to Technological Change", Academy of Management Review, 31(1), 153-174