Barsema Professor of Social Entrepreneurship
- Ph.D., Indiana University, Strategy/Organizational Theory
- M.B.A., Indiana University, Marketing/Entrepreneurship
- B.A., Emory University, Political Science
Christine H. Mooney, the Barsema Professor of Social Entrepreneurship, earned her Ph.D. from Indiana University (2005). Her research interests are diverse, including executive succession and interim leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship and social enterprise and impact investing. Her research has been published in Journal of Management, Academy of Management Learning and Education and Organization Dynamics. She teaches in the entrepreneurship program, including courses in social venture consulting, social enterprise development and creativity and innovation. Christine also develops and delivers workshops in creativity and innovation, as well as business model development.
- Social Entrepreneurship
- The selection of an interim CEO: Boundary conditions and the pursuit of temporary leadership. Journal of Management (2017). 43(2): 455-475.
- Interim succession: Temporary leadership in the midst of a perfect storm. Business Horizons (2013). 56: 621-633.
- Six ways companies use Interim CEOs. Organizational Dynamics (2012). 41: 13-22.