Erim Ergene received his PhD in Strategic Management from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in May 2019. He received his undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and holds two Master of Science degrees in Operations Management from Lehigh University and Bilkent University. His research interests lie around behavioral strategy, strategic decision making, strategic initiatives, and service firm operations. His teaching interests include Operations Management and Strategic Management. Prior to his doctoral studies, he worked in the construction materials industry in Turkey for six years as a manager, and a second-generation owner, of a small family business.
Ph D, University of Massachusetts Amherst
MS, Bilkent University
MS, Lehigh University
BS, Pennsylvania State University
Ergene, S.,, B. B.,Ergene, E., Environmental Racism in the Anthropocene, Journal of Business Ethics.
Ergene, E.,Skaggs, B.,Echeveste, I., Service production in high captivity service firms, Service Business, 2021.
Walsh, I.,Pazzaglia, F.,Ergene, E., Loyal after the end: Understanding organizational identification in the wake of failure, Human Relations, 2019.
Best Conceptual Paper, 2021
Outstanding Reviewer, 2021
BPS Dissertation Colloquium Participant, 2017
Strategic Management Society Doctoral Workshop Participant, 2015
Strategic Management Society
Academy of Management