Netanel (Netty) Drori is an Associate Teaching Professor at D'Amore-McKim School of Business, International Business & Strategy Group. Prior to joining Northeastern University, he was a Visiting Scholar at Temple University (2022-2023), and a Visiting Scholar at Florida International University (2021-2022). He was previously a faculty member at the College of Law and Business in Israel for seven years.

Netanel’s research interests relate to corporate strategy and internationalization. Specifically, his research examines how industry level factors influence firms’ growth strategies in terms of degree and scope. Netanel is serving as an Editorial Board Member of Long Range Planning, and ad-hoc reviewer for Journal of International Management and Journal of Business Research.

Netanel Drori holds a PhD in Business Administration specializing in strategy and international business from Bar-Ilan University, an MA in Psychology from Tel-Aviv University, and a BA in Psychology from Bar-Ilan University. Prior to joining academia, Netanel worked as a team leader of analysts at a strategic management consulting firm and gained extensive research in conducting feasibility studies.


  • PhD, Business Administration specializing in strategy and international business, Bar-Ilan University
  • MA, Psychology, Tel-Aviv University
  • BA, Psychology, Bar-Ilan University