Areas of Expertise

  • Strategy and Organization Theory, Institutional Theory, Social Entrepreneurship, International Entrepreneurship, Emerging Markets

Eric’s research has a central theme around the notion of ‘strategic paradoxes’, studying organizations that face difficult challenges, competing demands from multiple stakeholders, and important tradeoffs. In particular, Eric addresses strategic paradoxes in the context of social enterprises as well as in the areas of technological advances and cultural innovations.

PhD, University of Alberta, Strategy and Organization Theory, 2014
MS, London University, United Kingdom, Management
MA, University of Toronto, Sociology