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Maud Pindard-Lejarraga

WHO

Maud Pindard-Lejarraga

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Ph.D. in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (ES), M.Sc. in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (ES), B.Sc. in Econometrics, Université Paris 1- ENS Ulm (FR), B.A. in Hispanic Studies, Université Paris 3 (FR).

Maud Pindard-Lejarraga joined IE in 2010 after completing her undergraduate studies at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in France and getting her Master and Ph.D. in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (ES). Before joining IE, she occupied two visiting researcher positions at HEC Paris and Rotman School of Management (University of Toronto). Her research interests focus on the impact of interorganizational relationships on firm survival and performance and on entrepreneurial cognition. Her latest research has been published in the Journal of Small Business Management.

Academic Background

• Ph.D. in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, 2010

• Master in Business Administration and Quantitative Methods, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, 2006

• M.Sc. in Econometrics, Université Paris 1 and ENS Ulm, France, 2003

• B.A. in Hispanic Studies, Université Paris 3, France, 2002

Academic Experience

• Assistant Professor of Statistics and Organization Theory, IE University, Spain, 2010-Present

• International Mobility Academic Advisor, IE University, Spain, 2012-2016

• Invited Researcher, HEC Paris, France, 2009

• Invited Researcher, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada, 2008

• Teaching Assistant of Management and Economics of Organizations, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, 2004-2010

Corporate Experience

• Economic Advisor, French Embassy, Spain, 2004

Latest Publications

Tietz, M., Lejarraga, J., & Pindard-Lejarraga, M. (2019). “Getting Your Hopes Up but Not Seeing Them Through? Experiences as Determinants of Income Expectations and Persistence During the Venturing Process”. Forthcoming in Journal of Small Business Management.