Jordan Siegel is an Associate Professor of Strategy and Michael R. and Mary Kay Hallman Faculty Fellow at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. Professor Siegel is also a Research Fellow at the William Davidson Institute and an Associate-in-Research at the Harvard Korea Institute of the Harvard Asia Center.
Professor Siegel’s research focuses on how firms can borrow foreign institutions as a means of substituting for weak governance institutions at home, on how labor market institutions impact the design and success of global business strategies, and on how culture impacts the decision of where to locate foreign direct investments. In the course of this research, Professor Siegel has done extensive fieldwork in Latin America and East Asia.
Jordan’s work has been published in the Journal of Financial Economics, Administrative Science Quarterly, the Review of Financial Studies, Management Science, Organization Science, the Journal of International Business Studies, and the Journal of Economic Literature.