Mauro F. Guillen
Dr. Felix Zandman Professor in International Management; Professor of Management and Sociology; Director, Joseph H. Lauder Institute for Management & International Studies

Wharton Faculty & Staff >> Biography

PhD, Yale University, 1992; MPhil, Yale University, 1990; MA, Yale University, 1989; Doctorate, Universidad de Oviedo, 1991; Licenciatura, Universidad de Oviedo, 1987
Research Areas
Multinational and comparative management; sociology of organizations
Current Projects
Emerging multinational firms; globalization
Academic Positions Held
Wharton: 1996-present (named Director, Joseph H. Lauder Institute for Management & International Studies, 2007; named Dr. Felix Zandman Professor in International Management, 2003). Previous appointments: Sloan School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
MBA Core Curriculum Teaching Award, 2000; Bank of Spain Fellowship, 1987-89; Fulbright Fellowship, 1989-92; John D. Rockefeller III Fellowship, 1989;; Gulf Publishing Company Best Paper Award, Academy of Management, 1998; Sussman Dissertation Prize, Yale University, 1993; President's Book Award, Social Science History Association, 1993; Gustavus Myers Book Award, 1991; Guggenheim Fellow, 1998-99; Member, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 1998-99
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership 2005-2009
Trustee, Madrid Institute for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences
Representative Publications
The Rise of Spanish Multinationals. Cambridge University Press, 2005.

The Limits of Convergence: Globalization & Organizational Change in Argentina, South Korea, and Spain, Princeton University Press, 2001.

"Business Groups in Emerging Economies: A Resource-Based View." Academy of Management Journal (2000).

Models of Management: Work, Authority and Organization in a Comparative Perspective. The University of Chicago Press, 1994.