Ha Hoang teaches Corporate Strategy in Masters and Executive-level programs, focusing on competitive and cooperative dynamics of incumbent and entrepreneurial firms. Her research interests include the alliance process in the biopharma industry, the role of founder role identity development, and employee entrepreneurship. Her work has been published in leading journals including Strategic Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, and Academy of Management Journal. She was the Rudolf and Valeria Maag Fellow in Entrepreneurship at INSEAD, Lewis-Progressive Assistant Professor of Management at CWRU, and won the Sage-Louis Pondy Award for Best Paper based on a Dissertation from the Academy of Management. She holds a Ph.D., Organizational Behavior and International Relations, University of California, Berkeley.