dr. A.M. (Anna) Nadolska
Anna Nadolska-den Ouden is Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at the Department of Strategy and Business Environment at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. Anna joined the department upon completion of her PhD in internationalisation through mergers and acquisitions at Tilburg University. Her research focuses on corporate development activities, such as mergers and acquisitions, and how firms can learn to undertake them more successfully with a particular interest in the role of top management teams in that process. Her broad portfolio of courses encompasses corporate development in the Master’s program as well as international management and industrial organisation in bachelor programs.
Work in Progress
- M. Schijven, A.M. Nadolska, M. Boons & H.G. Barkema (2018). The right team for the job: integrating the roles of corporate strategy, top management team composition. Academy of Management Journal.
D.A. Piaskowska, A.M. Nadolska & H.G. Barkema (2018). Embracing complexity: Learning from minority, 50-50, and majority joint venture experience. Long Range Planning, Accepted. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lrp.2017.10.001[go to publisher's site]
A.M. Nadolska & H.G. Barkema (2014). Good learners:how top management team affect behavior and performance of acquisitions. Strategic Management Journal, 35 (10), 1483-1507. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/smj.2172[go to publisher's site]
A.M. Nadolska & H.G. Barkema (2007). Learning to internationalize: the pace and sucess of foreign acquisitions. Journal of International Business Studies, 38 (7), 1170-1186. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.jibs.8400318[go to publisher's site]
A.M. Nadolska (2007). Learning to acquire abroad: the role of prior experience and TMT composition. In Academy of Management Proceedings (pp. 1-6)
H.G. Barkema & A.M. Nadolska (2003). How internationalizing firms develop their absorptive capacity over time: the case of acquisitions. In Academy of Management Proceedings
A.M. Nadolska (2006, februari 1). Learning to expand internationally: the pace and success of foreign acquisitions. Tilburg University (Tilburg: CentER Dissertation Series) Prom./coprom.: prof.dr. H.G. Barkema.
A.M. Nadolska (2015). Top management team diversit affects acquisition success. RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 21 (1), 11-13.
- Corporate Development: Strategies for Acquisitions and Alliances (2017/2018, 2016/2017)
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