Evan Rawley joined The Columbia Business School in the strategy area as an Associate Professor in 2012. He was previously an Assistant Professor at the Wharton School. His research on corporate strategy and entrepreneurship has won numerous awards and has been published in Management Science, Organization Science, the Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, and the Strategic Management Journal. Evan holds a Ph.D. from Berkeley's Haas School of Business and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago. Prior to completing his Ph.D. Evan worked for the Boston Consulting Group in New York and for Deloitte in Detroit.
Teaching and research interest
Information Technology, Productivity and Asset Ownership: Evidence from Taxicab Fleets In Organization Science (2013)
Inherited Agglomeration Effects in Hedge Fund Spawns In Strategic Management Journal (2013)
Skill, Luck, and the Multiproduct Firm: Evidence from Hedge Funds In Management Science (2011)
Diversification, Coordination Costs, and Organizational Rigidity: Evidence from Microdata In Strategic Management Journal (2010)
Diversification, Diseconomies of Scope and Vertical Contracting: Evidence from the Taxicab Industry In Management Science (2010)