#STRonger Together "Meet a Method" #2 Panel: Formal models (computational, mathematical)

When:  Dec 16, 2021 from 11:00 to 12:30 (ET)
Associated with  Strategic Management (STR)

Dear STR members,


I hope that you are well! The second panel from the "Meet a Method" series will take place on December 16th at 11am ET and will cover the topic of how to contribute to Strategic Management Theory through formal models (either computational or mathematical).


Please register here to attend the event:




After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


The “Meet a Method” workshop series focusing on a research method and its applications to strategy research. This series of workshops aims at introducing a set of methods as well as providing participants with concrete examples and guidance on the (mis)application of the methods. The panels will typically have the following structure:


- What: Introduction to the method

- How: Application of the method

- Do's and Don't's: Strengths, limitations, and common pitfalls of the method


On December 16th we are excited to welcome six scholars who are experts on the use of simulation and mathematical models in our field:




John Chen (University of Florida)

Michael Lenox (University of Virginia)

Arkadiy Sakhartov (University of Illinois)

Felipe Csaszar (University of Michigan)

Phebo Wibbens (INSEAD)

Martin Ganco (University of Wisconsin)


Given the applied nature of the workshops we encourage registered participants to send, ahead of time, questions that you’d want the panelists to address during their discussion.  Please direct all questions to John Chen (john.chen@warrington.ufl.edu).


We are looking forward to seeing you all on December 16th at 11am ET!


Tomasz Obloj (STR EC Member)