Selected Publications

  • Lamin, A., Ramos, M. forthcoming. (2014). “R&D investment dynamics in agglomerations under weak appropriability regimes: Evidence from Indian R&D labs.” Strategic Management Journal.
  • Lamin, A. (2013). “The business group as an information resource: Firm strategies in the Indian software services industry.” Academy of Management Journal, 56(5): 1487-1509.
  • Lamin, A., Livanis, G. (2013). “Agglomeration, catch-up and the liability of foreignness in emerging economies.” Journal of International Business Studies, 44(6): 579-606.
  • Lamin, A., Zaheer, S. (2012). “Wall St. vs. Main St.: Firm strategies for defending legitimacy and their impact on different stakeholders.” Organization Science, 23(1): 47-66.
  • Zaheer, S., Lamin, A., Subramani, M. (2009). “Cluster Capabilities or Ethnic Ties? Location Choice of Foreign and Domestic Entrants in the Services Offshoring Industry in India.” Journal of International Business Studies, 40(6): 944-968.

Selected Presentations

  • Lamin, Anna (Presenter & Author), Ramos, Miguel (Author Only), Seminar presentation, “R&D investment dynamics in agglomerations under weak appropriability regimes: Evidence from Indian R&D labs”, Harvard Business School, Cambridge, MA. (February 6, 2014).
  • Lamin, Anna (Presenter & Author), Ramos, Miguel (Author Only), Seminar presentation, “R&D investment dynamics in agglomerations under weak appropriability regimes: Evidence from Indian R&D labs”, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, Bangalore, India. (January 17, 2014).
  • Lamin, Anna (Presenter & Author), SMS Special Conference, “Competing Formally in an Increasingly Informal World”, Strategic Management Society, Mohali, India. (December 18, 2013).
  • Livanis, Grigorios (Presenter & Author), Lamin, Anna (Presenter & Author), SMS Special Conference, “Location and Organizational Determinants of R&D Lab Closure”, Strategic Management Society, Mohali, India. (December 18, 2013).
  • Lamin, Anna (Presenter & Author), Puffer, Sheila (Author Only), McCarthy, Daniel (Author Only), Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, “Diversification Strategies of Transition Economy Entrepreneurs: Qualitative Research as a Bridge to Quantitative Analysis”, Academy of International Business, Istanbul, Turkey. (July 6, 2013).

Education

  • PhD, University of Minnesota, 2007
  • MBA, Indiana University, 2001

Awards & Recognition

  • Ronald Copeland Best Paper Award (D’Amore-McKim School of Business, 2014)
  • Ronald Copeland Best Paper Award (D’Amore-McKim School of Business, 2013)
  • Best Paper Award, 11th Annual International Business Research Forum (Temple University, 2010)