Navid Asgari joined the Gabelli School of Business in 2014 as an associate professor of management systems. He obtained his PhD from NUS Business School, National University of Singapore. His primary area of research includes alliances and technological discontinuities, particularly in the context of the biopharmaceutical industry. His secondary areas of interest include organizational design and institutionalism.
He was the finalist for the TIM Best Dissertation Award of the Academy of Management in 2015 and the winner of the Strategic Management Society's SRF Dissertation Funding Award in 2012. Dr. Asgari teaches courses on corporate strategy.
- Ph.D., National University of Singapore, 2014
- Technological discontinuities
- Organizational design
- Asgari N, Tandon V, Ranganathan R. 2022. Divestment of Relational Assets Following Acquisitions: Evidence from the Bio-Pharmaceutical Industry. Strategic Management Journal, forthcoming.
- Asgari N, Mitchell W. Value chain configuration and competition. 2022. Strategic Management Review, forthcoming.
- Asgari N, Mitchell W. 2020. The Emerging Role of PPP value Chain Integrators in the U.S. Pharmaceutical Ecosystem. 2020. Health Management, Policy, and Innovation. 5(2).
- Asgari N, Tandon V, Singh K, Mitchell W. 2018. Creating and taming discord: how firms manage embedded competition in alliance portfolios to limit alliance termination. Strategic Management Journal, 39(12): 3273-3299
- Asgari N, Singh K, Mitchell W. 2017. Alliance portfolio reconfiguration following a technological discontinuity. Strategic Management Journal, 38(5): 1062-1081.
- Asgari N, Singh K. 2017. Alliances and Exogenous Shocks. In Collaborative Strategy: Critical Issues for Alliances and Networks, Mesquita L, Ragozzino R, Reuer J (eds). Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, UK.