Professor Katic’s research interests lie at the intersection of non-market strategy and organizational theory. More specifically, she focuses on the interactions between firms and governments, particularly in terms of employee mobility across the public and the private sectors. Within different empirical contexts, her research has explored the antecedents and consequences of the revolving door, a type of employee movement from regulatory bodies to regulated firms, and vice versa. Her other projects delve into topics within organizational theory, including the relationship between income inequality and subjective wellbeing, and organizational technique diffusion.
Professor Katic teaches the Non-Market Strategy elective, as well as the International Experience course at the MBA level.