Affiliation: Duke University (Emeritus)
Bio: Arie Lewin is Professor Emeritus of Strategy and International Business, Duke University Fuqua School of Business.
Google Scholar Citations (September 2021): All: 25,455; Since 2016: 77623.
Recent appointments: Distinguished Visiting Professor University of International Business and Economics Beijing; Visiting Professor: Fudan University School of Management; Shanghai Jiao Tong University Antai College; Zhejiang University School of Management; Research Center for Technological Innovation Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management; Copenhagen Business School (2013).
Editor in Chief Management and Organization Review (July 1, 2013 – December 31, 2021). Journal focuses on management research in context of China and other rising economies. Founding Editor in chief of Organization Science (1989 – 1998); Convener of acclaimed Organization Science Winter Conference (1991 – 2013),Past Editor in Chief Journal of International Business Studies (2002 – 2008); Co-Editor Journal of Organization Design Special issue on Resilience (2021 – ); Co-Editor Journal Word of Business Special Issue on Globalization and Decoupling (2021 – ).
Founding Director Decision Risk and Management Science Program The National Science Foundation (1986 – 1988). Director Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), Duke University Fuqua school of Business (1995 – 2013). Grants and awards total $6.7 Million.
Professor Lewin’s research and consulting focus on organization adaptation and change, reinventing capitalism, corporate governance, directed co-evolution of innovation, sustaining open innovation organizations, hidden corporate champions in China, learning by doing through experiments and evolution of technological absorptive Capacity. Case studies of open innovation at Haier, niche and sector SME champions in China. China OFDI in Africa.
Lead Principal Investigator (2002 – 2014), multi-year Global Offshoring Research Network (Duke ORN) project that tracked the evolution of unbundling and dispersal of work (especially innovation activities) enabled by advances in information and communication technologies.
Recent and forthcoming books: “China’s Innovation Challenge: Overcoming the Middle Income Trap” Cambridge University Press (2016). The Chinese translation was published by Peking University Press.
“Reinventing Capitalism” with David Teece and Greg Linden (2022) is the first volume in the new Cambridge University Press Element Series on Reinventing Capitalism. Arie Lewin and Till Talaulicar are the series editors.
“Corporate Governance and The Income Gap” with Till Talaulicar (2022, third volume in the new Cambridge University Press Element Series on Reinventing Capitalism).
“On the Shoulders of Giants of International Business Scholarship: Remembering Yair Aharoni” Edited by Arie Y. Lewin, Ravi Ramamurti, and Elizabeth L. Rose. Forthcoming, WORLD SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING Most recent papers.
Honors and awards: Certificate of Appreciation for Lifetime Contribution Presented to Dr. Arie Y. Lewin “Editor-in-Chief of Our Time” The Chinese Management Scholars Workshop 中国管 理学者交流营 July 3, 2021; Academy of International Business, Journal of International Business, Gold Medalist (2019); International Data Envelopment Analysis Society, Distinguished Award for Early Developments of Data Envelopment Analysis (2018); Academy of International Business, 2012 John Dunning Award; Academy of International Business Elected Fellow (2009); Inaugural Academy of Management, Joanne Martin Trailblazer Award, (2008); Academy of Management Perspectives Impact Award 2008-2013; Distinguished Speaker, 2004 Uppsala Lectures in Business (October 4–7, 2004), Uppsala University, Uppsala Sweden; Academy of Management, Distinguished Service Award (2003); Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS) distinguished service award founding Editor-in-Chief of Organization Science (1989- 1998); Duke University Presidential Award for Meritorious Service, May 2, 1986.
Last Updated: September 2021