Laura Dupin is an Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Amsterdam Business School. She studies how social mechanisms - particularly market identity, culture and tradition - affect organizations' and entrepreneurs' strategic behavior. Her research examines how these factors influence decisions such as location choice, partnership selection and organizational naming. She uses quantitative and qualitative methods in her empirical work.
Prior to joining the University of Amsterdam, Laura obtained her PhD from Emlyon Business School in France in 2020. During her PhD, she was a Visiting Scholar at Bocconi University (2018) as well as at the Univeristy of Toronto (2018-2019) .
Dupin, L., Wang, T., Wezel, F.C. (2022) Designing and Aligning Interprofessional Relations: Third-party ties and partnership formation in the silk industry of 18th-century Lyon. Organization Studies. https://doi.org/10.1177/01708406221089606