Matthew Lee is an Assistant Professor of Management at NYU Stern. Previously he was an Assistant Professor of Strategy at INSEAD. Matthew's research examines two main areas: 1) hybrid social ventures, mission-driven organisations that combine templates for organising from the business and social sectors, and 2) how corporations shape the social structures of their communities.
Matthew's research is published in journals including the Strategic Management Journal, the Academy of Management Annals and the Stanford Social Innovation Review. It has also been featured in online editions of the Harvard Business Review, World Bank Development Marketplace and CBS News.
Prior to his academic career, Matthew was a consultant with the Bridgespan Group, a management consultancy serving non-profit organisations, and was a Fulbright Scholar in Malaysia. Matthew earned a doctorate in management at Harvard Business School, where he received the Dean's Award and Wyss Award.
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The Journey of the Activist-Entrepreneur
M. Lee, T. Ramus, A. Vaccaro
Having a Social Mission Benefits Women Entrepreneurs
Matthew Lee & Laura Huang
Why Many Women Social Entrepreneurs Avoid Commercial Models
M. Lee, S. Dimitriadis, L. Ramarajan, J. Battilana
Four Strategies for Responding to Sustainability-Oriented Competitors