Christina Lubinski

Professor of Clinical Entrepreneurship
Room / Office
513

PhD in Business History, University of Goettingen, Germany; MA in History and Business Administration, University of Goettingen, Germany

Christina Lubinski is a professor at USC’s Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and leads its entrepreneurial-history activities. A historian by training, she uses historical reasoning to study early-stage startups, entrepreneurial imagination and action over time. Christina has published in leading journals in both management (Strategic Management Journal, Organization Studies) and history (Business History Review, Business History) and is currently writing a monograph on entrepreneurship and nationalism in India. She has won the Henrietta Larson and Oxford Journals Article Prizes as well as several teaching awards.
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William Gartner, Christina Lubinski () "History as a Source and Method for Family Business Research ,"  A Research Agenda for Family Business: A Way Ahead for the Field  Edward Elgar.
Christina Lubinski, Dan Wadhwani () "International Entrepreneurship and Business History ,"  The Routledge Companion to the Makers of Global Business  Routledge, 4, 55-68.
Teresa Da Silva Lopes, Christina Lubinski, Heidi Tworek () "Introduction to the Makers of Global Business ,"  The Routledge Companion to the Makers of Global Business  Routledge, 1, 3-16.
María Fernández Moya, Paloma Fernández Perez, Christina Lubinski () "Standing the Test of Time: External Factors Influencing Family Firm Longevity in Germany and Spain during the Twentieth Century ,"  Journal of Evolutionary Studies in Business.
Teresa Da Silva Lopes, Christina Lubinski, Heidi Tworek () "The Routledge Companion to the Makers of Global Business ,"  Routledge.
Christina Lubinski, Dan Wadhwani () "Geopolitical Jockeying: Economic Nationalism and Multinational Strategy in Historical Perspective ,"  Strategic Management Journal.
Christina Lubinski, Valeria Giacomin, Klara Schnitzer () "Internment as a business challenge: Political risk management and German multinationals in Colonial India (1914–1947) ,"  Business History.
Christina Lubinski () "The Emergence of Routines: Entrepreneurship, Organization, and Business History ,"  BUSINESS HISTORY REVIEW  92, 171-173.
Christina Lubinski () "Business beyond Empire: German Multinationals in Pre- and Post-Independence India (1890s-1960s) ,"  SOUTH ASIA-JOURNAL OF SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES  41, 621-641.
Christina Lubinski () "From 'History as Told' to 'History as Experienced': Contextualizing the Uses of the Past ,"  ORGANIZATION STUDIES  39, 1785-1809.
Dan Wadhwani, Christina Lubinski () "Reinventing Entrepreneurial History ,"  BUSINESS HISTORY REVIEW  91, 767-799.
Christina Lubinski, Andreas Steen () "Traveling Entrepreneurs, Traveling Sounds: The Early Gramophone Business in India and China ,"  ITINERARIO-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ON THE HISTORY OF EUROPEAN EXPANSION AND GLOBAL INTERACTION  41, 275-303.
Christina Lubinski () "Global Trade and Indian Politics: The German Dye Business in India before 1947 ,"  BUSINESS HISTORY REVIEW  89, 503-530.
Christina Lubinski, Matthias Kipping () "Introduction: Translating potential into profits: foreign multinationals in emerging markets since the nineteenth century ,"  MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY  10, 93-102.
Christina Lubinski () "Local responsiveness in distant markets: Western gramophone companies in India before World War I ,"  MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY  10, 170-188.