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Huseyin Leblebici

Professor of Business Administration and Merle H. and Virginia Downs Boren Professor


Educational Background

Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1975
M.B.A., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1972
B.S., Management, Middle East Technical University, 1969

Positions Held

Merle H. and Virginia Downs Boren Professor, University of Illinois, 2010-2011
Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 1992-2011
Interim Department Head of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2008-2010
Head, Department of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 2000-2007
Director, Office of Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Illinois, 1997-2003
Acting Department Head, University of Illinois, 1999-2000
Associate Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 1985-1992
Assistant Professor of Business Administration, University of Illinois, 1982-1985
Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1980-1982
Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Illinois, 1979-1980
Assistant Professor, Middle East Technical University, 1977-1979
Instructor, Middle East Technical University, 1975-1977

Recent Publications

Minefee, I. , Neuman, E., Isserman, N. , Leblebici, H. 2015. Corporate Foundations and their Governance: Unexplored Territory in the Corporate Responsibility Agenda. Annals in Social Responsibility, 1: 57-75

Leblebici, H. 2007. Determining the value of legal knowledge: Billing and compensation practices in law firms. In Laura Empson (Ed.), Managing the Modern Law Firm: New Challenges New Perspectives . Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kor, Y., Leblebici, H. 2005. How Do Interdependencies Among Human-Capital Deployment, Development, And Diversification Strategies Affect Firms' Financial Performance? Strategic Management Journal, 26: 967-985

Teaching and Research Interests

Teaches courses and does research in organizational behavior, with emphasis on organization design and interorganizational relations.

Generative rules and forms of organizing; linstitutional structure of employment relations and organizational forms; design of inter-firm organizations; self-regulation and inter-organizational relations; organizational design