Ines Black
Assistant Professor of Business Administration

Professor Black is an Assistant Professor in the Strategy area.  Her research fields are Labor and Organization Economics using Applied Microeconometric and Experimental methods. My work includes elements of Personnel and Business Economics. In her job market paper, she studies the role of CEO quality in firm productivity, its connection to CEO and firm observables and the extent to which there is a significant impact of CEO-firm match complementarities in productivity that extend beyond their isolated contributions. Professor Black teaches Principles of Strategy.

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