Sarit Markovich
Sarit Markovich

STRATEGY
Clinical Associate Professor of Strategy

Print Overview
Sarit Markovich is an assistant professor at the Arison School of Business in the Interdisciplinary Center, Hertzliya. She holds a bachelor's degree in computer science and economics, and a Ph.D. in economics from Tel Aviv University. Sarit did her Post-Doctoral at the Economics Department, at the University of Chicago. In 2001, she joined the Recanati School of Business Administration for 3 years, after which she moved and spent 4 years at the Management and Strategy department at Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. Her current research interests focus on strategic interactions in markets with network effects, patents and licensing, enterprise-wide systems, and strategic pricing in IT markets.
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Print Research
Articles
Greenstein, Shane and Sarit Markovich. 2012. Pricing Experience Goods in Information Goods Markets: The Case of E-Business Service Providers. International Journal of the Economics of Business. 19(1): 71-91.
Cases
Markovich, Sarit, Evan Meagher, Anirudh Parasher Malkani and Andrew Tseng. 2014. Hip to be Square: Disruption in the U.S. Mobile Payment Market. Case 5-213-251.
Markovich, Sarit and Evan Meagher. 2014. Diskit Khartsan Ltd. in 2013: Hatching a Solution. Case 5-214-253.
Markovich, Sarit and Charlotte Snyder. 2013. M-Pesa and Mobile Money in Kenya: Pricing for Success. Case 5-213-250.

 
Print Teaching
Full-Time / Part-Time MBA
Strategy & Organization (MGMT-452-0)

This course counts toward the following majors: Managerial Analytics, Managerial Economics, Managament & Strategy

This course focuses on the link between organizational structure and strategy, making heavy use of the microeconomic tools taught in MECN-430. The core question students address is how firms should be organized to achieve their performance objectives. The first part of the course takes the firm's activities as given and studies the problem of organizational design; topics may include incentive pay, decentralization, transfer pricing, and complementarities. The second part examines the determinants of a firm's boundaries and may cover such topics as outsourcing, horizontal mergers, and strategic commitment.

Competitive Strategy in Financial Markets (MGMT-950-0)


Competitive Strategy in Financial Markets (MGMT-950-B)
coming soon!