Carlson School of Management

Aseem Kaul


Assistant Professor
Strategic Mgmt/Entrepreneurship
3-412 CarlSMgmt

Aseem Kaul joined Carlson in 2009, having earned his PhD from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Aseem’s interests lie at the intersection of corporate strategy and technology strategy. Specifically, his research examines the effect of technological innovation on the vertical and horizontal scope choices of the firm, as well as the impact of changes in firm scope and structure on subsequent innovation.  Aseem has been honored with a number of prominent awards - including the Sumantra Ghoshal Research and Practice Award from the BPS Division, Academy of Management, and the Dean’s Fellowship at the Wharton School - and his work has appeared in the Strategic Management Journal and Organization Science

The Changing Nature of Global Integration: The Effects of Knowledge and Competitive Arbitrage on the Direction of Intra-Firm Product Flows’ (with Heather Berry)

Structural Recombination and Innovation: The Roles of Technological Capability and Coherence (with Samina Karim)

'Fools Rush In: A Behavioral Perspective on Incumbent Pursuit of Radical Invention' (with J.P. Eggers)

Post-Divestment Innovation: A Penrosian View

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PhD, 2009
Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

MBA, 2001

Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

B.A. (Hon), 1999
Sri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University


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