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Venkat Kuppuswamy

Morgan Hall T71 Harvard Business School Boston, MA 02163 Nationality: Canadian EDUCATION Harvard Business School Boston, MA Doctor of Business Administration May 2011 (expected) Doctoral Candidate, Technology and Operations Management Unit Dissertation Title: The Performance Consequences of Firm Scope Choices Committee: Carliss Baldwin (chair), Ranjay Gulati, Kristina McElheran, Belén Villalonga University of Toronto Honors Bachelors of Science (with High Distinction) Specialist in Computer Science with a Minor in Mathematics RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS Research Teaching Boundaries of the Firm, Diversification, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Strategic Alliances Corporate Strategy, Technology Strategy, and Strategy in Entertainment Industries Scarborough, ON, Canada 2006 857-231-6228 [email protected]

RESEARCH PAPERS Job Market Venkat Kuppuswamy. "Risky Business: Uncertain Access to Specialized Complementary Assets, Vertical Integration, and the Commercial Performance of New Products." September 2010. Under Review Venkat Kuppuswamy and Belén Villalonga. "Does Diversification Create Value in the Presence Of External Financing Constraints? Evidence from the 2008­2009 Financial Crisis." March 2010. Revise and Resubmit at Journal of Finance. Working Papers Venkat Kuppuswamy and Ranjay Gulati. "The Micro-Foundations of Performance in Vertical Relationships: Untangling the Separate Effects of Hierarchy on Cooperation and Coordination." May 2010.

Belén Villalonga and Venkat Kuppuswamy. "Make vs. Ally--An Internal Capital Markets Perspective on the Efficiency of Strategic Alliances." (In progress, draft forthcoming) Non-Management Publications Nunes P., Haines N., Kuppuswamy V., Fleet D.J., and B.A. Stewart. "Synaptic Vesicle Mobility and Presynaptic F-Actin Are Disrupted in a N-ethylmaleimide ­ sensitive Factor Allele of Drosophila" Molecular Biology of the Cell. August 2006. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS "Risky Business: The Effect of Uncertain Access to Complementary Assets on Vertical Integration Choices." Presented at the Consortium for Competitiveness and Cooperation (April 2010). "The Micro-Foundations of Performance in Vertical Relationships: Untangling the Separate Effects of Hierarchy on Cooperation and Coordination." Presented at the Atlanta Competitive Advantage Conference (May 2010) and at the Academy of Management Conference (August 2010). TEACHING EXPERIENCE University of Toronto Teaching Assistant for "Narratives on Management and Organization" CASES Shih, Willy C., Chen-Fu Chien, Venkat Kuppuswamy, and Yen-Liang Koai. "Powerchip Semiconductor Corporation." Harvard Business School Case 609-063. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Ad-hoc reviewer for both Management Science and Organization Science INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE IBM Canada DB2 Performance Analyst Toronto, ON, Canada (May 2004 ­ December 2004) Scarborough, ON, Canada Spring 2006

REFERENCES Carliss Baldwin William L. White Professor of Business Administration Harvard Business School Baker Library 355, Boston, MA 02163 E-mail: [email protected] Phone: 617-495-6673 Ranjay Gulati Jaime and Josefina Chua Tiampo Professor of Business Administration Harvard Business School Morgan Hall 317, Boston, MA 02163 E-mail: [email protected] Phone: 617-495-8554 Kristina McElheran Lumry Family Assistant Professor of Business Administration Harvard Business School Morgan Hall 431, Boston, MA 02163 E-mail: [email protected] Phone: 617-495-1016 Belén Villalonga Associate Professor of Business Administration Harvard Business School Baker Library 237, Boston, MA 02163 E-mail: [email protected] Phone: 617-495-5061

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