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Institutional Theory, Entrepreneurship, Hybrid Organisations, Sustainability, Social Enterprise, Leadership
Business Strategy, Social Enterprise, Sustainability
Matthew Lee is an Assistant Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, based in Singapore. His research focuses on the tensions experienced by organizations that pursue financial and social welfare objectives simultaneously, and the forms of hybrid organizing by which organizations can address and overcome these tensions. To study these issues, he investigates settings ranging from social entrepreneurship to the socially responsible practices of corporations. His research is published or forthcoming in journals including the Academy of Management Journal, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, and Academy of Management Annals, and has been recognized with several awards. He serves on the editorial board of Administrative Science Quarterly, the leading journal in organizational theory.
Matthew teaches the required core strategy course in INSEAD's MBA program and also in a variety of executive education programs, including the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Programme (ISEP). He previously served as the head Teaching Fellow for the undergraduate social entrepreneurship course at Harvard College.
Matthew completed his doctoral training at Harvard Business School. Prior to his academic career, he was a consultant with the Bridgespan Group, a management consultancy serving social sector organizations. He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University and a past Fulbright scholar.