last updated: 07/2018

 

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Curriculum Vitae Brief

Education

Address:    Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

                   Cornell University | Sage Hall

                   Ithaca, NY | 14583 | USA

 

E-Mail:       bcm78@cornell.edu

 

Address:    Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management

                   Cornell University | Sage Hall

                   Ithaca, NY | 14583 | USA

 

E-Mail:       bcm78@cornell.edu

 

08/2013 -            PhD in Management and Organizations

05/2018               Johnson Graduate School of Management | Cornell University | USA

(anticipated)       Minors: Organizational Behavior, Economic Sociology

                             Committee: Glen Dowell (chair), Marya Besharov, Christopher Marquis, Pamela Tolbert

 

10/2012 -            MPhil in Innovation, Strategy, and Organization 

07/2013              University of Cambridge Judge Business School | United Kingdom

                             Final grade: distinction

                             Master Thesis: “Acquiring Legitimacy: The Role of Organizational Identity”

 

10/2008 -            BSc in Management and Economics

07/2011              Otto-von Guericke University Magdeburg | Germany

                             Final grade: 1,3 (excellent), grading scale: 1,0 (excellent) to 5,0 (fail)

                             Bachelor Thesis: “Devising and Pretesting a Measure for the Attitude towards Corporate

                             Sustainability,” grade: 1,0 (excellent)

 

Publications

Battilana, J., Besharov, M., & Mitzinneck, B. (Forthcoming) “On Hybrids and Hybrid Organizing: A Review and Roadmap for Future Research” In Greenwood, R., et al. [Eds.] The Sage Handbook of Organizational Institutionalism, 2nd edition, New York: Sage.