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Markides, Constantinos C. 1960-

MARKIDES, Constantinos C. 1960-

PERSONAL: Born November 24, 1960, in Cyprus. Education: Boston University, B.A. (summa cum laude), 1983, M.A., 1984; Harvard University, M.B. A., 1985, D.B.A., 1990.

ADDRESSES: Offıce—London Business School, Sussex Pl., Regent's Park, London NW1 4SA, England; fax: +44-20-7724-7875. E-mail—[email protected] edu.

CAREER: Cyprus Development Bank, intern, 1985; London Business School, London, England, assistant professor, 1990-94, associate professor, 1994-98, professor, 1998—. Speaker at colleges and universities, including University of Nottingham and Cyprus International Institute of Management. Amathus (U. K.) Ltd., non-executive director. Military service: Cyprus National Guard, officer, 1979-81.

MEMBER: World Economic Forum (fellow), European International Business Association, Academy of International Business, British Academy of Management, American Academy of Management (Atlantic region representative in Business Policy Division, 1993-96), Strategic Management Society, Cyprus Economic Society, Phi Beta Kappa.


Diversification, Refocusing, and Economic Performance, MIT Press (Cambridge, MA), 1995.

All the Right Moves: A Guide to Crafting Breakthrough Strategy, Harvard Business School Press (Boston, MA), 2000.

(Editor, with Michael A. Cusumano) Strategic Thinking for the Next Economy, Jossey-Bass (San Francisco, CA), 2001.

Contributor to books, including Manufacturing Renaissance, edited by Gary Pisano and Robert Hayes, Harvard Business School Press (Boston, MA), 1995; Strategic Renaissance and Business Transformation, edited by H. Thomas, D. O'Neal, and J. Kelly, Wiley (Chichester, England), 1995; and Strategic Alliances, Partnerships, and Long-Term Cooperative Relations, edited by Sabine Urban, Gabler, 1998. Contributor to scholarly journals, including Sloan Management Review, Harvard Business Review, Business Strategy Review, Journal of International Business Studies, and European Counsel. Associate editor, European Management Journal; member of editorial board, Strategic Management Journal and Sloan Management Review.

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