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Callen Anthony

Callen Anthony

Joined Stern 2018

Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Tisch Hall
40 West Fourth Street,
New York, NY 10012

E-mail canthony@stern.nyu.edu

Biography

Callen Anthony is Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations. She received her BA in Business Administration from Western University’s Ivey Business School and her MSc in Social Anthropology from the University of Oxford. She earned her PhD in Organization Studies from Boston College’s Carroll School of Management.

Professor Anthony’s research sits at the intersection of strategy and organization theory, and focuses on the relationship between cognition and innovation. Specifically, she studies the role of new analytical technologies in the production of knowledge; how interpretations shape competitive dynamics during the emergence of new technologies and technology-enabled industries; and the effects of identity on innovation choices. She has published in top management journals, including Academy of Management Review, Strategy Science and Research in the Sociology of Organizations. Her current projects are set in contexts that include finance, musical instruments and ferry boats.

Before joining NYU Stern, Professor Anthony worked in investment banking, focusing on the Technology and Mining industries.

Research Interests

  • Technological innovation and evolution
  • Cognition
  • Knowledge work
  • Nascent industries
  • Field research methods

Courses Taught

  • Strategic Analysis

Academic Background

Ph.D, Organization Studies
Boston College

M.Sc., Social Anthropology
University of Oxford

B.A., Business Administration
Ivey Business School at Western University

Areas of Expertise

Industry

  • Financial Industry
  • Information Technology
  • Investment Banking
  • Music

Management

  • Competitive Analysis
  • Corporate Strategy
  • Team Dynamics & Performance
  • Technology & Innovation