Our Team

The editorial team is organized in a multi-level structure. Each if the following bold headers distinguishes each level.

Editors in Chief

Advisors:

MBR has 120 advisors not only from academia, but also from the corporate sector. Advisors will guide the editors on the strategic direction of MBR. Here are only a few of the academic institutions that are involved.

  • University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School of Business (11 Professors)
  • Harvard Business School (8 Professors)
  • Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business ( 6 Professors)
  • Carnegie Melon and MIT (5 Professors each)
  • NC Chapel Hill and Stanford University (4 Professors each)
  • Cornell University, Columbia University, Duke, University of Chicago, London Business School, Northwestern University, and UCLA ( 3 Professors from each)
  • Georgia State, Imperial College, University of Maryland, Michigan, NYU, and Ohio State (2 Professors each)

MBR corporate sector advisors have come from,

  • Accenture
  • Alidale
  • Ashridge Strategic Management Centre
  • Bain & Company
  • Deloitte
  • Good Growth Capital
  • Mercer

Deputy Editor-in-Chief:

Subodha Kumar, Temple University

Autonomous Departmental Editors

Papers will be submitted to the Autonomous Departmental Editors. The editors will have full authority to accept papers that may later go through extensive copy editing.

Associate editors will assist department editors in getting papers reviewed.

Members of the editorial review board will review papers.

 

Please see our List of Advisors Here.

Autonomous Departmental Editors

 

Authors will submit their papers to the department editors who will have full authority to accept papers that may later go through extensive copy editing.

List of Departmental Editors:

  1. Bhaskar Chakravorty, Tufts University (Digital Innovation and Emerging Markets)
  2. Charles Corbett, UCLA (Sustainability)
  3. Andreas Eisingerich, Imperial College (Marketing)
  4. Arnd Huchzermeier, WHU:Otto Beisheim School of Management (Global Supply Chains and Risk Management)
  5. Chris Ittner, Wharton School (Accounting)
  6. Kevin Keller, Dartmouth College (Marketing and Brand Management)
  7. Nirmalya Kumar, Singapore Management University (Marketing)
  8. Eva Labro, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Accounting)
  9. Sunil Mithas, University of Maryland (Digital Transformations)
  10. Satish Nambisan, Case Western Reserve University (Technology and Innovation)
  11. Geoff Parker, Dartmouth College (Digital Transformations)
  12. Ananth Raman, Harvard Business School (Retail Operations)
  13. Stefan Reichelstein, Stanford Business School (Energy and Sustainability)
  14. Sergei Savin, Wharton School (Healthcare Management)
  15. Anil Shivdasani, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Finance)
  16. David Simchi-Levi, MIT (Operations Management and Big Data Analytics)
  17. Kalyan Singhal, University of Baltimore (Areas not listed here)
  18. Jan-Benedict Steenkamp, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Marketing)
  19. Jayashankar M. Swaminathan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Operations Management)
  20. Asoo Vakharia, University of Florida (Waste Management)
  21. Richard Watson, University of Georgia (Information Systems)
  22. Jeffrey R Williams, Carnegie-Mellon University (Strategic Management)