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Habermann, Marco

Assistant Professor

Management
Copeland 314
740-593-1093
haberman@ohio.edu

Education

Ph.D., Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota

M.B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison

Masters (Diplom-Kaufmann), Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany

"Bachelor" (Vor-Diplom), Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany

Professional Experience

Ohio University, College of Business

  • Assistant Professor

University of South Carolina, Moore School of Business

  • Assistant Professor

University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management

  • Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant

Deutsche Bank Investment Banking

  • Research Assistant

McKinsey&Company, Inc.

  • Research Assistant

Selected Publications

Mackelprang, A., Habermann, M., Swink, M., How Firm Innovativeness and Unexpected Product Reliability Failures Affect Profitability. Journal of Operations Management. Forthcoming

Metcalf, A., Stoller, J., Fry, T.. Habermann, M. Respiratory Therapists’ Job Perceptions: The Impact of Protocol Use. Respiratory Care Journal. Forthcoming.

Habermann, M., Blackhurst, J., Metcalf, A. Keep your friends close, or far away? Supply chain design and disruption risk. Decision Sciences Journal. 2015. Vol.46(3)

Metcalf, A., Stoller, J., Fry, T.. Habermann, M. Patterns and Factors Associated with Respiratory Care Protocol Use. Respiratory Care Journal. 2015. Vol.60(5)

Habermann, M.” Supply Chain Disruptions - Theory and Practice for Empirical Research” Proceedings HICL Conference, 2012.

Habermann, M., Bernardes, E. In Kersten, W. S., Blecker, T., Luethje, C. (Ed.), Complexity In Supply Chains and the Management of Sustainability Risk (pp. 15). Schmidt Publishing. (September/October 2010).

Awards

Outstanding Core Professor PMBA (Professional MBA) - Winner 2012 – Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina

Academy of Management Doctoral Consortium. 2007 – Selected Presenter

Institute of Supply Chain Management Doctoral Consortium, 2006 – Selected Presenter

Center for Advanced Procurement and Supply Research (CAPS) Travel Fellowship 2006

Carlson School of Management Teaching Award for Excellence in Teaching During Academic Year 2005-2006

Carlson School of Management Summer Fellowship 2006

University of Minnesota Graduate Fellowship 2003, 2004, 2005

McKinsey Fellowship 2001

University of Wisconsin/University of Frankfurt Fellowship 1999-2000