She has published in management and economic journals, including the Strategic Management Journal, Advances in Strategic Management, the International Economic Review, and the International Journal of Industrial Organization. Her latest paper (joint with C. E. Helfat), Dynamic and Integrative Capabilities for Profiting from Innovation in Digital Platform-Based Ecosystems, was published in Research Policy in October 2018.
Ph.D., Applied Mathematics(now the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), Harvard University
S.M., Applied Mathematics(now the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences), Harvard University
MBA, University of Michigan
B.A. Mathematics and Physics, New York University
Research & Teaching Interests
Her research and teaching interests include: strategic management, competitive strategy, innovation strategy, entrepreneurship, dynamic capabilities and knowledge management, competition in international high technology industries, multisided platforms, intellectual property and licensing, standard setting, patent pools, Internet governance and competition, and the relationship between antitrust and firm strategy.
Industry & Academic Experience
Prior to joining Northeastern University D’Amore-McKim School School of Business in January 2019, Ruth S. Raubitschek was an Economist in the Economics Analysis Group at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) from September 1991 to November 2018. From 1998-1999, she was on leave from DOJ and a Visiting Assistant Professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. Prior to joining DOJ, she was an Assistant Professor of Management at the Stern School of Business at New York University (1983-1991) as well as the Krannert School of Business at Purdue University (1988-1989). At the Stern School of Business, she received the Outstanding Executive MBA Teaching Award in 1991.