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Executive Professor, Management

Barbara Larson

112 Hayden Hall
Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02115-5000

617.373.7379
b.larson@northeastern.edu


Profile

Education

DBA Management, Harvard University
MBA, University of Pennsylvania
BA Spanish, University of Virginia

Services to the Profession

Academy of Management: Named one of top 25 reviewers, International Management Division (IMD), 2009; Doctoral Committee member (invited), IMD, 2007-2009; Paper Session Discussant, 2009; Reviewer, 2007, 2009-2012 Annual Meetings.

Academy of International Business, member 2005 & 2009: Reviewer, AIB 2006 Annual Meeting.

University of Illinois CIBER (Center for International Business Education and Research): Member, Business Advisory Council (invited), 2003-4.

Awards & Recognition

PhD Sustainability Academy, Richard Ivey School, Univ of Western Ontario (fully funded), 2010

Harvard Business School Wyss Doctoral Fellowship, 2005-2011

Publications

Selected Publications

Edmondson, A. C., Larson, B. (2014), The Deep: Entrepreneurship in the Public Sector (A and B cases). Harvard Business Publishing.

Larson, Barbara Zepp and Brandon H. Lee (2011), "Finding a home: The organizational entry and ending points of an innovation."

Larson, Barbara Zepp (2012), "The strategic participation decisions of social movement organizations."

Larson, Barbara Zepp (2010), "Discourse or Protest? The impact of mass-mobilized communications on government regulation of business."

Presentations

Selected Presentations

Larson, Babara (Presenter & Author), Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, "Teaching virtual management skills: Do We Need to Think Different?", OBTS, Asheville, NC. (June 2013).

Larson, Babara (Presenter & Author), SPRU seminar, "The strategic participation decisions of social movement organizations", University of Sussex - Science and Technology Policy Research Unit, Brighton, UK. (April 2012).

Larson, Babara (Presenter & Author), AOM Annual Meeting, "The strategic participation decisions of social movement organizations", Academy of Management, San Antonio, TX. (August 2011).