Having a dedicated faculty deliver a strong curriculum, rooted in real-world research, is at the core of our success because it offers students the practical experience needed to succeed.
Anne-Marie Anderson, Ph.D., Joseph R. Perella and Amy M. Perella Chair. Director, Financial Services Laboratory (FSL), Perella Department of Finance: Associate Professor. Her teaching and research interests include corporate finance, corporate governance, corporate restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, socially responsible investing, and valuation. She has had articles published in the Journal of Financial Research, Financial Management, The Financial Review, Journal of Contemporary Accounting & Economics, Financial Analyst Journal, Journal of Fixed Income, Corporate Finance Review and the Review of Business.
Liuba Belkin, Ph.D., Axelrod Family Endowed Fellowship, Department of Management: Assistant Professor. Liuba Belkin’s primary research interests focus on affect and emotions in organizational settings and the role of emotions in trust relationships, leadership and managerial practices. She also studies influence of electronic communication media on employee relationships, decision-making and performance. Her articles have been published in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of International Business Studies, and the Journal of Applied Psychology, among others.
Jill A. Brown, Ph.D., Axelrod Family Endowed Fellowship, Department of Management: Assistant Professor. Jill A. (Griesing) Brown’s research interests include strategic leadership, corporate governance, ethics, and corporate social responsibility. She has published papers on these topics in the Oxford Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility, the Journal of Management Studies, Strategic Organization, and Corporate Governance: An International Review, to name a few. Her current research focuses in on the changing role of corporate boards in response to governance reforms.
Reetika Gupta, Ph.D., Alison and Norman H. Axelrod ’74 Endowed Summer Research Fellowship, Department of Marketing: Assistant Professor. Reetika Gupta’s research interests include consumer behavior in interactive consumption environments, consumer learning of new products, and corporate social responsibility. She has published articles in MIS Quarterly, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Advertising Research, and Psychology and Marketing. She received the Sidney I. Lirtzman Dissertation Award for her dissertation research in 2005. In 2007, she received the Lehigh Junior Award for Distinguished Teaching. She has taught in the Baruch Executive MS Marketing Program in Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Nevena T. Koukova, Ph.D. Alison and Norman Axelrod ’74 Endowed Summer Research Fellowship, Department of Marketing: Assistant Professor. Professor Koukova’s research interests include pricing, bundling, digital products and consumer decision making. She has published or has forthcoming articles in leading marketing journals including Journal of Marketing Research, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, and Journal of Retailing. Her current research projects focus on design and marketing of digital products such as books, newspapers and movies, and on various aspects of framing on consumer inferences and choice.
Corinne Post, Ph.D., Department of Management: Assistant Professor. Corinne Post received her Ph.D. in Organization Management, her master’s degree in International Management, and her bachelor’s degree in Organization Management. Prior to academia, she worked for Accenture, first as IT analyst and then as human resource specialist. Post’s research interests center on gender and racial differences in individual work experiences and career trajectories, as well as on the effects of diversity on innovation and performance.
Naomi B. Rothman, Ph.D., Department of Management: Assistant Professor. Naomi Rothman joined the Department of Management at Lehigh University in 2011. Prior to coming to Lehigh, Rothman served as an assistant professor at the College of Business, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Naomi’s research focuses on the social consequences of emotions, power, and justice in the workplace. Naomi is the recipient of numerous awards for her teaching as well as the 2010 best theoretical or empirical paper in the Conflict Management division of the Academy of Management. Her work has appeared in Organizational Behavior and Human Decisions Processes, Harvard Business Review, and in edited books, including Research on Managing Groups and Teams, and Voice and Silence in Organizations.
Nada R. Sanders, Ph.D., Iaccoca Chair, Department of Management: Professor. Nada R. Sanders has an international reputation as a leading expert in forecasting and supply chain management. She is author of the book Supply Chain Management: A Global Perspective and is co-author of the book Operations Management, in its 5th edition. She was ranked in the top 8 percent of individuals in the field of operations management from a pool of 738 authors and 237 different schools by a study of research productivity in U.S. business schools, is a Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute, and has served on the Board of Directors of the International Institute of Forecasters (IIF), Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), and the Production Operations Management Society (POMS). Her research interests include business forecasting, supply chain management, and the role of information technology in the supply chain environment. She has also served as the Associate Editor and co-founder of Foresight, a journal of the International Institute of Forecasters.