Maggie's research focuses on the theory of the firm, organization structure and multinational corporations. Her recent studies investigate the role of coordination cost in setting limits to firm growth, and the role of organization structure in coordination. Her work has been published in the Strategic Management Journal, Organization Science, and Journal of Corporate Finance.
Maggie teaches World Economy at BBA and MBA levels and a PhD seminar on Research Methods. Prior to joining the University of Michigan, she taught Microeconomics and International Economics at the University of Maryland as an assistant professor.
Maggie holds a PhD from the University of Michigan where she also earned the Gerald and Lillian Dykstra Fellowship for teaching excellence as a doctoral student. Prior to her academic career, Maggie worked for Arthur Andersen as a financial auditor, and the International Finance Corporation of the World Bank Group as an Investment Officer on privatization transactions in Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe.