Professor of Business Administration
Business Administration, University of Michigan, 1988
M.B.A. Indian Institute of Management, 1978
B.A. Psychology, Indraprastha College for Women, 1976.
the University of Illinois since 1994. Director of Graduate Studies,
1997-present. Lecturer to associate professor, University of Houston,
1987-94. Assistant to senior consultant, with A. F. Ferguson & Co.,
Seth, A. 2004. Governance systems in the international
context: A comparative analysis and implications for India.
In S. Munshi & B. Abraham (Eds.), Good governance,
democratic societies and globalisation. New Delhi: Sage.
Seth, A., Chi, T., & Seth S. 2003. Productive and
motivational efficiency in international strategy and
structure. In A. Rugman (Ed.), Leadership in international
business education and research, research in global
strategic management: 8:177-196. Kiddlington, U.K.:
Seth, A., Song, K., & Pettit, R. 2002. Value creation and
destruction in cross-border acquisitions: An empirical
analysis. Strategic Management Journal, 23: 921.
Chi, T., & Seth, A. 2002. Joint ventures through a real
options lens. In Cooperative strategies and alliances:
What we know 15 years later, New York: Elsevier Science.
Kannan, R., Seth, A., & Thomas, H. 2000. The value of new
knowledge-based intangible assets: An examination in the
global pharmaceutical industry. In F. Contractor (Ed.),
Valuation of intangible assets in international operations,
Westport, CT: Quorum Books.
Seth, A., & Kim, S.- M. 2000. Valuation of international
joint ventures: A real options approach. In F. Contractor
(Ed.), Valuation of intangible assets in international
operations, Westport, CT: Quorum Books.
Seth, A., Song, K., & Pettit, R. Synergy, 2000.
Managerialism or hubris? An empirical examination of motives
for foreign acquisitions of U.S. firms. Journal of
International Business Studies, 31: 387-405.
Executive and Professional Development Award, College of
Business, 2002. Incomplete List of Teachers Rated as
Excellent by their Students, 1997-2003.
Editorial board: Strategic Management Journal;
Journal of Market-Focused Management.
courses in strategic management industry and competitive analysis,
corporate strategy, philosophy of science, and international strategy.
Research areas include strategic management, value creation, acquisitions,
restructuring, corporate governance, joint ventures, philosophy of
science, international strategy and corporate finance.
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