Professor Mosakowski teaches strategy, entrepreneurship, and management. Her research areas involve the entrepreneurial role in firm strategy; sources of profit generation; strategy making under causal ambiguity; global organizations; firm evolution; corporate
governance; and innovation.
Mosakowski's recent publications include "The Global Configuration of a Speculative Trading Operation: An Empirical Study of Foreign Exchange Trading" (with S. Zaheer), forthcoming,
Organization Science; "Entrepreneurial Resources, Organizational Choices, and Competitive Outcomes,"
Organization Science (1999); and "Managerial Prescriptions Under the Resource-Based View of Strategy: The Example of Motivational Techniques," 19:1169-1182,
Strategic Management Journal (1998).
Prior to joining the Krannert faculty in 1998, Mosakowski was an assistant professor, The Anderson School, UCLA (1993-98); a visiting professor, Anderson Graduate School of Management, UCLA (1992-93); assistant professor, Department of Strategic Management
and Organization, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota (1988-92); and research associate, Max Planck Institute, West Berlin, West Germany (1984-85).
She is a member of the Academy of Management and Strategic Management Association.