Faculty and Research

Real-world business and societal issues motivate research at D’Amore-McKim School of Business. Often called “use-inspired” or “impact-driven” research, our faculty make significant contributions to both academic thought leadership and to business practice, all the while enhancing our students’ learning experiences.

Thought Leadership

International Business

Our International Business Program placed #8 in the 2014 U.S. News & World Report rankings. Professor Harry Lane talks about the Global Mindset in this video.

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Faculty provide the entire Northeastern community with a robust network of entrepreneurial resources. Watch Professor Marc Meyer describe the Entrepreneurial System.

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Paula Caligiuri

Global Leadership Summit 2013 - Paula Caligiuri

Paula Caligiuri at the 2013 Global Leadership Summit sponsored by the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University.

Academic Groups

D’Amore-McKim faculty work in a highly collaborative environment and have established expertise in single discipline and interdisciplinary research and teaching.

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Strategic Research Themes

The school’s strategic research themes include global business, entrepreneurship and Innovation, corporate governance and healthcare.

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Research Centers and Institutes

Our centers and institutes combine research, education and outreach activities to serve the business and academic communities.

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Research Seminars and Speakers

Academic thought leaders from around the world join D’Amore-McKim faculty at research seminars and conferences throughout the year.

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Upcoming Events

March 27, 2017

Entrepreneurship, Scalability, and Emerging Markets

The conference will discusses the challenges and opportunities of new venture emergence and growth in today's dynamic global environment; with special emphasis on firm and business model scalability and how firms are using emerging markets to their benefit. Keynote speakers include Scott Bailey
Managing Director, MassChallenge Boston and Daniel Isenburg, Founding Executive Director, Babson Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Project.

March 27, 2017

Reputation Risk in Emerging Markets

William Newburry, Chair, Department of Management & International Business Ryder Eminent Scholar of Global Business, will speak on the effect of reputation risk in emerging markets.