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Programme faculty

Our faculty currently teaching on the Executive Global Master's in Management programme:

Saul Estrin
Professor Saul Estrin

Programme Director, Executive Global Master's in Management 

Professor of Management
 
Paul Willman
Professor Paul Willman

Professor of Management
 
Connson Locke
Dr Connson Locke

Assistant Professor of Management
 
Emma Soane
Dr Emma Soane

Assistant Professor of Management
 
Om Narasimhan
Professor Om Narasimhan

Professor of Marketing
 
Luis Rayo
Professor Luis Rayo

Professor Rayo earned Bachelor and Master Degrees in economics from ITAM in 1998 and a PhD in economics from Stanford University in 2002. He taught at Chicago Booth, ITAM, and the University of Utah before joining the LSE in 2012. Professor Rayo has written theoretical articles on a wide range of topics, including contract theory, incentives in firms, social status, voting in legislatures, and the biology of happiness. He has published with leading economists such as Ilya Segal, Nobel laureate Gary Becker, Douglas Bernheim, and Antonio Rangel. In 2012, Rayo earned the University of Utah Professional MBA Teaching Award.  Professor Rayo is currently the David Eccles Chair in Microeconomic Theory and Business Economics at the University of Utah.
 
Daniel Ferreira
Professor Daniel Ferreira

Professor of Finance
 
Professor Lourdes Sosa
Dr Lourdes Sosa

Associate Professor of Management
 
Dr Yally Avrahampour
Dr Yally Avrahampour

Assistant Professor of Management
 
Dr Mia De Kuijper
Dr Mia de Kuijper

CEO, Cambridge Global Partners

Dr Mia de Kuijper is the CEO of the strategy advisory firm  Cambridge Global Partners  and a contributor to Duke Corporate Education as a member of their Global Learning Resource Network. Dr de Kuijper has extensive experience in building and managing global companies.

She has been a corporate leader as well as a senior banker on Wall Street. She provides strategic and economic advisory to international clients, focusing on technology and telecommunications, consumer products, natural resources and commodities, funds management and finance. She also teaches and coaches academic and corporate audiences on corporate strategy, M&A, investing, strategic use of networks, effective management of global organizations, modern business models, international competitiveness, scenario planning, and innovation; including at Cambridge University, Harvard and at the IIM-Ahmadabad in India. 

Dr de Kuijper has been a Senior Managing Director in investment banking on Wall Street, where she made a career in Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse First Boston and has also held senior management positions at Royal Dutch Shell, PepsiCo, and AT&T. At Pepsi-Cola International, her roles included Chief Strategist, Global Head of M&A, and CFO. She has played a leading role in the establishment of Pepsi-Cola in China, India and Brazil. At AT&T, she was at the forefront of AT&T’s internet investments, wireless, and network strategy. Previously, she was a strategy consultant at Bain & Co. and at McKinsey. 

She was the founding Co-Dean of the Duisenberg School of Finance in Amsterdam, Holland and has advised the World Bank, the IMF and the Ford Foundation. Mia also serves on the Alumni Council of the Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
 

 

 

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