Florenta Teodoridis

Assistant Professor of Management and Organization
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Ph.D., University of Toronto; MBA, York University; BS University of Bucharest

Florenta Teodoridis is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California. She completed her Ph.D. degree in Strategy from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto in 2014. Florenta’s main areas of interest are the economics of innovation, scientific productivity, and entrepreneurship. Her research explores the drivers and consequences of technological innovation and entrepreneurship primarily related to the organization of knowledge creation with a focus on collaboration. Prior to her Ph.D., Florenta was a technical consultant and project manager for various data-driven large-scale business decision-making projects in a variety of industries such as market-research, publishing, automotive and health-care.

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Michael Bikard, Keyvan Vakili, Florenta Teodoridis () "When Collaboration Bridges Institutions: The Impact of Industry Collaboration on Academic Productivity ,"  Under review.
Florenta Teodoridis, Michael Bikard, Keyvan Vakili () "Can Specialization Foster Creativity? Mathematics and The Collapse of The Soviet Union ,"  Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings .
Florenta Teodoridis, Michael Bikard, Keyvan Vakili () "The Pace of Change and Creative Performance: Specialist and Generalist Mathematicians and the Fall of the Soviet Union ,"  Under review.
Ajay Agrawal, Avi Goldfarb, Florenta Teodoridis () "Understanding the Changing Structure of Scientific Inquiry ,"  American Economic Journal: Applied Economics  8, 100-128.