Dalhia Mani has been a professor of strategy at HEC Paris since 2010. In this video she tells more about her latest findings and explains why she choose to join the HEC Paris faculty to develop her research.
Dalia Mani received a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota, Sociology Department. Her research contributes to Organizational theory, Strategy, and Economic Sociology. Current research projects focus on the structure of the alliance, joint venture, and acquisition networks in India and the United States. Her research compares these networks as they evolve over time. She has taught a course on Strategic Management in the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, and has also assisted in courses on Social Theory and Organizations. Her research has received several prestigious awards including a National Science Foundation Dissertation Research Award, and the Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship from the University of Minnesota. Her dissertation paper won the Best Graduate Student Paper Award at the Sociological Research Institute, University of Minnesota.
In this video, Dalia Mani tells more about her latest findings and explains why she choose to join the HEC Paris Faculty to develop her research.