Postdoctoral Fellow, Entrepreneurial Management Unit, Harvard Business School; PhD in Business History, University of Goettingen, Germany; MA in History and Business Administration, University of Goettingen, Germany
Christina Lubinski is a visiting professor at USC’s Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and leads its entrepreneurial-history activities. A historian by training, she uses historical sources and reasoning to study entrepreneurial imagination and action over time. Christina has published in leading journals in both management (Organization Studies, Journal of Family Business Strategy) and history (Business History Review, Business History) and is currently writing a monograph on entrepreneurial collaborations between German businesses and Indian nationalists over the twentieth century. She has won the Henrietta Larson and Oxford Journals Article Prizes as well as several teaching awards at Copenhagen Business School, where she holds an appointment as Associate Professor.