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David Souder

David Souder

University of Connecticut

David Souder is an Associate Professor and PhD Coordinator for the Management Department of the University of Connecticut’s School of Business and an Ackerman Scholar. He holds a PhD from the University of Minnesota and a BS from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Souder’s research on the motivations for and consequences of firms making long horizon investments has been published in Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, Organization Science, and Strategic Management Journal. Ongoing research projects analyze intertemporal tradeoffs in stock prices and the effects of Baby Boomer retirement. Professor Souder also serves as the Academic Director of UConn’s Executive MBA program, and teaches strategy, entrepreneurship, and statistics to MBA and PhD students. Before joining academia, he worked as a strategy consultant based in New York and London and served as the finance director for a start-up that launched the first non-profit charter school in New York state.

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Does Investing in the Long Term Pay Off for Firms?

by David Souder, Philip Bromiley, Scott Mitchell, Greg Reilly

Observers have argued that managers pay too much attention to short term results at the expense of long run value. This article expands on the managerial...

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