School of Business Faculty

Joydeep Chatterjee

2011 PhD in Strategic Management, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
2002 MBA in International Business, The George Washington University
1997 BEE in Electrical Engineering, Jadavpur University (Calcutta)

Dynamic capability development, evolution of corporate scope, global competition, outsourcing

Joydeep Chatterjee is an Assistant Professor of Global Strategic Management at the University of Washington, Bothell and a senior fellow of The William and Phyllis Mack Center for Technological Innovation at the Wharton School. At the George Washington University, he won the Global Leaders, and Potomac Fellowships and at Wharton he received the Mack Center for Technological Innovation, and Center for Leadership & Change Management Research Fellowships. He has presented his research multiple times at various international conferences such as the Academy of Management and Strategic Management Society annual meetings. Before embarking on his academic career, Dr. Chatterjee worked as a Financial Analyst at the World Bank in Washington, DC and as a Software Consultant at Cognizant Technology Solutions in India and U.S.

"Strategy, Business Domain Capabilities, and Performance: A Study of the Global Software Services Industry" working paper

"Consequences of Complementary Capability-seeking Investments: Competition between US and Indian firms in the Global Software Services Industry" working paper with Harbir Singh

"Market Transaction or Alliance? Exploring How Much Firms Should Outsource and How Close They Should Get to Their Vendors" working paper with Saikat Chaudhuri

Global Business Environment (Undergraduate Capstone)


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