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Aline Gatignon  

Assistant Professor of Management at the Wharton School

Aline Gatignon is an Assistant Professor of Management at the Wharton School. Her work explains how firms can collaborate with public and non-profit sector organizations to create value in emerging markets - specifically, enhancing the knowledge and capabilities of partner organizations by jointly adressing the lack of institutional infrastructure and complex socio-political challenges that make these environments particularly challenging to operate in. Her research connects individuals, the organizations they belong to and the institutional environments of emerging markets. The empirical settings that Aline studies are cosmetics and banking in Brazil and logistics and healthcare partnerships in Africa, Latin America and Asia.

Her research and pedagogical case studies on this topic have been recognized with several awards, including the Strategic Management Society Best PhD Paper Award and the European Foundation for Management Development case study competition award.

Aline completed her Ph.D. at INSEAD. She teaches an MBA elective on the Political and Social Environment of the Multinational Firm.

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