Ivana V. Katic’s research is positioned at the intersection between non-market strategy and economic sociology. Specifically, she focuses on firm-government interactions, as well as their antecedents and consequences, across the individual, organizational, and societal levels of analysis. Her work sheds light on several corporate political activity (CPA) tactics, including revolving doors and lobbying, in both U.S. and global contexts.
Professor Katic teaches the Non-Market Strategy elective for the MBA and GBS programs, as well as the EMBA core course State and Society.
PhD, Columbia Business School, 2015
M.Phil., Columbia Business School, 2012
BA in Psychology (with Foreign Language Citations in Italian and German), Harvard University, 2007
Business and Society (Special Issue on Economic Inequality), issue 6, vol. 57, pp. 1010-1044
Outstanding Reviewer Award, Strategic Management Society, Stakeholder Strategy Interest Group, 2020 Annual Meeting of the Strategic Management Society Best Paper Prize Finalist, 2019 Above and Beyond Call of Duty (ABCD) Award in OMT Division at AOM, 2016 Finalist for the Best Environmental and Social Practices paper in OMT Division at AOM, 2013 Duncan Merriwether Doctoral Fellowship, Columbia Business School, Management Division, 2012