Meet the Faculty
Arizona State University boasts one of the finest business schools in the United States. We understand that degree program quality is only as good as the faculty that teach and design the courses and curricula.
The W. P. Carey School of Business faculty are highly regarded and acknowledged globally as influential researchers and consultants. They actively teach in all programs offered in the business school. Our faculty members hold worldwide recognition as researchers in their fields and extensive ties to the business community.
In addition to publishing in top-tier, internationally recognized academic journals, many faculty members have written widely adopted textbooks or contributed to professional books.
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Sample Faculty Profiles
More than 50 faculty members teach core business courses and specialization classes in the W. P. Carey MBA program. Learn more below about some of our faculty members.
Dr. Ashforth has published more than 80 journal articles and book chapters on identity and identification in organizational settings; socialization and newcomer work adjustment; the dysfunctions of organizational structures and processes; and the links among individual-, group- and organization-level phenomena.
Dr. Wilson specializes in managerial statistics and teaches MBA courses in biostatistics, categorical data analysis, survival analysis and generalized linear models. He is former director of the School of Health Management and Policy and has served as an expert witness in several medical court cases.
Professor Lange joined the Management Department after earning his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin in 2006. His research interests include reputation, legitimacy, and prestige in organizational and industry settings; controversial organizational action; and organizational corruption. His research has been published in such journals as Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, and Organization Science. He serves on the Academy of Management Review editorial board. He teaches managerial ethics and is a recipient of the 2011 W. P. Carey School of Business MBA Outstanding Teaching Award.
Dr. Keim is an award-winning teacher, researcher and consultant whose areas of expertise are business and public policy and the development of entrepreneurial capabilities in existing corporations. He has done consulting work for such major corporations as ARCO, Arizona Public Service Co., Bayer, Exxon Mobil and Dow Chemical.