Assistant Professor of Strategy
International Business School
Strategy, Technology And Innovation Management, Entrepreneurship
Dr. Preeta M. Banerjee is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at the Brandeis International Business School, Brandeis University. Her research and teaching span the strategic management of technology and innovation in entrepreneurial endeavors and the evolution of individuals, technology, the firm, and the industry in the life sciences and clean tech industries. In addition to numerous book chapters and press articles, her work on human capital bricolage can be found in R&D Management and her work on the sociological processes relating to knowledge recombination can be found in Technovation and IEEE TEM. Her recent co-edited book with TiE-Boston Executive Director, Vanita Shastri, ‘Social Responsibility and Environmental Sustainability in Business: How Organizations Handle Profits and Social Duties’ explores the recent move of social change from corporations to the global social entrepreneur.
Banerjee is a recent recipient of the Fulbright-Nehru, the Apsen Institute Rising Star Finalist 2011, IBM Innovation Award 2010-2011 and one of the recipients of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Advanced Technology Program Award 2008-2009. She received her Ph.D. from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and her B.S. in Computational Biology and Business Administration from the Mellon College and the Tepper School, Carnegie Mellon University. Banerjee spent close to three years in consultancy working primarily with technology start-ups. She teaches courses in Competition and Strategy, Business and the Environment, Managing Technology and Innovation, and Knowledge Flows in Global Competition. She is a contributing member of the Strategic Management Society, Academy of Management, The Conscious Entrepreneurs Collaborative, and The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) – Boston.
University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D.
Carnegie-Mellon University, B.S.
Awards and Honors
Fulbright-Nehru Scholar (2011)
Brandeis Asia-Pacific Center Faculty Award (2010)
IBM Innovation Award (2010)
NIST/Advanced Technology Program Award (2008)
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|BUS||260a||Competition and Strategy|
|BUS||261a||Managing Technology and Innovation|
|BUS||263f||Knowledge Flows in Global Competition|
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|BUS||265f||Business Strategy in Emerging Markets|