Sonia Marciano joined the Stern School of Management July, 2007. She spent the previous year
teaching strategy at the Columbia Business School and the previous two years at Harvard’s Institute for
Strategy and Competitiveness (ISC) as an Institute Fellow and Senior Lecturer. At the ISC, Professor
Marciano developed content for the Institute's Microeconomics of Competitiveness course offering. She
co-taught this course with Professor Michael E. Porter.
Prior to joining Harvard, Professor Marciano spent eight years as a Clinical Professor of Management and
Strategy at the Kellogg School of Management, as well as an Adjunct Professor of Strategy at the
University of Chicago. Sonia taught core strategy as well as an international strategy elective. She is
continuously involved with executive education programmes for various firms, such as Ernst & Young,
Abbott Laboratories, and others. She additionally teaches strategy and economics for executive education
programs in the U.S., (Kellogg, Columbia and Wharton), Canada (Schulich) and Europe (NYU).
Sonia has won several teaching awards for distinction in teaching. She was among the highest rated
professors at Stern, Columbia, Harvard, Kellogg and the University of Chicago.
She received her BA with honours from the University of Chicago. She worked in consulting, banking and
the insurance industries before returning to the University of Chicago to receive her MBA in 1994, and
her PhD in Business Economics and Industrial Organization in 2000. [+]
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