Metin Sengul, assistant professor of strategic management
Ph.D., INSEAD (Institut Europeen
d'Administration des Affaires)
Representative publication: "The Influence of Macro Structure in the International Realm: IGO Interconnectedness, Export Dependence, and Immigration Links in the Foreign Market Performance of Transnational Firms" (with S. Rangan), Administrative Science Quarterly (forthcoming)
I study control as a key organizational concern, both within and outside the boundaries of the firm. As control influences a firm's strategic behavior and performance, I also study competitive dynamics and behavior of multi-business and multinational firms, organizations to whom control and value-appropriation concerns matter greatly. I ask: How do instruments of corporate control influence multi-unit firms' ability to capture value under various threats to appropriation?