Amy Nguyen-Chyung

Amy Nguyen-Chyung

  • Assistant Professor of Strategy
  • Ph.D University of California
  • Berkeley 2013
  • MS University of California
  • Berkeley 2012
  • MPA Princeton University 2000
  • MBA University of Pennsylvania 1999
  • AB Harvard University 1994

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(734) 764-1230

Professor Nguyen-Chyung's research interests are in entrepreneurship and strategy (including non-market strategy). Her research investigates the sources and consequences of heterogeneity among entrepreneurs and young firms. She completed her doctorate at U.C. Berkeley's Haas School of Business in the Business and Public Policy Group. She has recently been awarded Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation research grants and data grants. Her dissertation is among the three finalists for the 2014 National Federation of Independent Business Doctoral Dissertation Award in Entrepreneurship and Independent Business (selected by the Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division). Previously, her research on entrepreneurial choice was recognized with a 2013 Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Dissertation Fellowship and a U.C. Berkeley Distinguished Graduate Fellowship. Prior to her doctoral studies, she worked for 8 years in management consulting and investment banking in Silicon Valley and New York for clients across North and South America, the Pacific Rim and Europe in the financial services, high tech, consumer products, and transportation and aerospace industries. She has also worked for the World Bank in Washington DC and Bangkok and for the U.S. Department of Commerce in Seoul. She teaches International Management and Global Strategy.

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