University of Southern California

Carl Voigt
Professor of Clinical Management and Organization

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

PhD, UCLA; MBA, Andrews University; BA, Pacific Union College


Carl Voigt teaches business policy, competitive strategy, entrepreneurship and venture initiation, and global strategy and international management. He is a three-time winner of the Golden Apple Award, and has served as Associate Dean for the undergraduate, executive MBA, and Marshall MBA programs.


Swellfun 2013
Goodbaby International 2013
Goodbaby International 2012
Entrepreneurship and the Next Generation Innovation Problem: An Analysis of Economic Incentives
How Do Corporations Grow? An Empirical Decomposition Analysis of Sources of Corporate Growth
Measuring Diversification One More Time: A Principal Components Analysis of Leading Measure of Diversification
Measuring Industry Relatedness: A Decomposition of Rumelt's Tau
Strategic Groups, Firm-Specific Barriers to Imitation and Appropriation, and Firm Profits: An Analysis of the Locus of Persistent Firm Profits
The Merits and Limitations of the TRINET Data Base as a Source of Disaggregated Data
Tyson Chicken in China A & B (Case Studies)