U. Srinivasa Rangan

Professor

Luksic Professor of Global Studies
Academic Division: Management
781-239-4237

Bio

Dr. Rangan holds the Luksic Chair Professorship in Strategy and Global Studies. His teaching, research, and consulting activities are in the areas of strategy, globalization, alliances, and entrepreneurship. His current research deals with the globalization of emerging market firms, evolution of industries and firm-level strategies and the impact of national business systems on them, and entrepreneurial ecosystems of countries. After serving as a manager in industrial and international finance in India and England, Dr. Rangan held research and faculty positions at IMD, Harvard Business School (HBS), and Tulane University, where he received the Howard Wissner Award for Outstanding Teaching. At Babson, Dr. Rangan has been recognized for both teaching excellence and scholarly accomplishment; he is the first professor to receive three different awards – the Deans’ Award for Teaching Excellence across all programs (selected by deans), the Thomas Kennedy Award for Outstanding Teaching in graduate school (voted by students), and the Faculty Award for Scholarship (chosen by faculty research committee) – at Babson. Dr. Rangan has been a consultant to as well as a designer and deliverer of executive programs for several firms. He has taught in several such programs at Babson, Amos Tuck School (Dartmouth), Rotman School (Toronto), Helsinki School of Economics, Stockholm School of Economics, Indian School of Business, and Indian Institute of Management, working with managers from North and South America, Europe, and Asia. Among the organizations he has worked with are: AAMO, ACMA, Aditya Birla Group, Allied Domecq, Biotech Council of Massachusetts, Constantia, Entergy, Expolanka, Gammon India, GE, HDFC Life, Haemonetics, Holcim, IBM, Infineon, Intel, L&T Finance, Novartis, Nypro, Olam, ONGC, PDVSA, Panasonic, Pitney-Bowes, Siemens, State Bank of India, TCIL, Telenor, TVS Motors, and Wipro. He also worked with Professor Michael Porter of HBS to advise the Indian government on the economic development policies to pursue in order to ensure national competitiveness after economic liberalization. Dr. Rangan is the co-author of three books (Strategic Alliances: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Globalization, HBS Press, 1995; Capital Rising, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010; and Thriving in the 21st Century Economy: Transformational Skills for Technical Professionals, ASME Press, 2013) and the co-editor of a fourth (Global Strategies for Emerging Asia, Wiley/Jossey-Bass, 2012). The first book on alliances was named one of the top 30 business books of the year (1995) in both the U.S. and Europe and, more recently (2012), a management classic. His second book deals with how entrepreneurial ecosystems of nations and global capital flows interact to change the global competitive landscape. The third book looks at how globalization has changed the nature of the work for STEM professionals. The co-edited book examines how global firms are trying to compete in Asia. Author of several best-selling case studies, Dr. Rangan has also published articles in academic journals such as the Journal of Global Marketing, Journal of World Business, Strategic Change, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, and International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management. He has presented papers at academic gatherings and has been a speaker at several practitioner-oriented conferences and forums.

Academic Degrees

  • DBA, Harvard University, Graduate School of Business Administration
  • MBA, IMD International Management Institute
  • MS, The London School of Economics and Political Science
  • MS, University of Madurai
  • BS, University of Madras

Academic Interests

Competitive Strategy; Economic Development; Global Strategy; National Competitiveness Strategy; Strategic Alliances

Awards & Honors

  • 2013 - Deans’ Award for Scholarship, Babson College
  • 2009 - Best Reviewer Award, Academy of International Business
  • 2008 - Thomas Kennedy Professor of the Year Award , Graduate School Student Association
  • 2006 - Deans’ Award for Teaching Excellence, Babson College
  • 2006 - Best Reviewer Award, AIB
  • 2004 - Certificate of Excellence
  • 1992 - Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society, Tulane University
  • 1992 - Howard Wissner MBA Teacher of the Year Award for Outstanding Teaching, Tulane University
  • 1991 - Invited Participant, European Economic Community
  • 1989 - Consistently among the highest rated teachers at A.B. Freeman School, Tulane University
  • 1989 - MBA Teacher Honor Roll, Tulane University
  • 1986 - Selected Graduate Student Associate, Harvard University
  • 1984 - Elected Vice President, Harvard Business School
  • 1981 - Invited Participant, IMD, Lausanne

Courses

Degree Courses 2016-2017
  • MOB 7202: STRATEGY
  • MOB 7559: SF GLOBAL STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
Degree Courses 2015-2016

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Iyer, B.R., Subramaniam, M., Rangan, U.S. (2017). The Next Battle in Antitrust Will be About Whether One Company Knows Everything About You. Harvard Business Review link
  • Iyer, B.R., Rangan, U.S. (2016). Google vs. the EU Explains the Digital Economy. Harvard Business Review link
  • Singham, S., Rangan, U.S., Bradley, R. (2014). The effect of anticompetitive market distortions (ACMDs) on global markets. Concurrences: revue des droits de la concurrence(4) link
  • Hariharan, S., Rangan, U.S. (2013). Integrating the Teaching of Strategic Analysis, Entrepreneurship, and Sustainability: The Case of Maine Lobsters. International Journal of Sustainability Education, The, 8(3), 13-26.
  • Cohan, P.S., Rangan, U.S. (2007). Follow the Legend: Seven Strategy Lessons from Entrepreneurs. Business Strategy Review, 17(4), 56-61.
  • Rangan, U.S., Kumar, R., Rufin, C.R. (2005). Negotiating Complexity and Legitimacy in Independent Power Development. Journal of World Business, 40(3), 302-320.
  • Rangan, U.S. (2003). Changing Value Dynamics in the Electricity Industry: The case of Brazil, China, and India. American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 62(4), 649-675.
  • Rangan, U.S., Dover, P.A., Streeter, F. (2000). Creating Wealth: A Corporate Entrepreneurship Perspective of Strategic Alliances. Strategic Change
  • Rangan, U.S., Yoshino, M.Y. (1996). Forging Alliances: A Guide to Top Management. Columbia Journal of World Business
  • Ganitsky, J., Rangan, U.S., Watzke, G. (1991). Time Perspectives in International Joint Ventures: Implications for Marketing Management. Journal of Global Marketing, 5(1), 13-34.

Books

  • Subramanian, K., Rangan, U.S. (2013). Thriving in the 21st Century Economy: Transformational Skills for Technical Professionals. New York, NY: ASME Press
  • , , Wakayama, T., Gupta, A.K. (2012). Global Strategies for Emerging Asia. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass
  • Cohan, P.S., Rangan, U.s. (2010). Capital Rising: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Rangan, U.S., Yoshino, M. (1995). Strategic Alliances: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Globalization: Harvard Business School Press

Articles

  • Rangan, U.S. (2002, ) Alliances and Corporate Entrepreneurship. Babson Insight Newsletter, School of Executive Education
  • Rangan, U.S., Watkinson, J. (2002, ) Alliances in the E-Commerce Space. Babson Insight Newsletter, School of Executive Education

Cases and Teaching Notes

  • Mehrotra, S., Rangan, U.S. (2014). Robert Bosch Engineering India: Plotting A Growth Strategy. Ivey Case Collection,
  • Rangan, U.S., Wylie, D., cale, E. (2004). Luchetti. Luchetti,
  • Rangan, U.S. (2002). General Electric – Appliances . Babson College,
  • Rangan, U.S. (2002). Peru. Babson College,
  • Rangan, U.S., Allen, S.A. (2002). U.S. Major Home Appliances Industry . Babson College,
  • Rangan, U.S. (2002). Whirlpool Corporation . Babson College,
  • Rangan, U.S. (1991). Note on Ethical Dimensions of Competitive Analysis. Harvard Business School,
  • Rangan, U.S. (1986). Caterpillar Tractor Co.. Harvard Business School,
  • Rangan, U.S. (1986). Kentucky Fried Chicken (Japan) Limited). Harvard Business School,
  • Rangan, U.S. (1986). Komatsu Limited. Harvard Business School,
  • Rangan, U.S. (1983). International Business Negotiations: A Tractor Factory in Egypt. Published by IMD International Management Institute,
  • Rangan, U.S. (1983). Taking Charge at Interdrinks Co.. Published by IMD International Management Institute,
  • Rangan, U.S. (1983). Telefonica (Brazil) S.A.. IMD International Management Institute,
  • Rangan, U.S. (1983). The “Untouchable” Water Carrier. IMD International Management Institute,
  • Rangan, U.S. (1982). Interdrinks Co. (A). Published by IMD International Management Institute,
  • Rangan, U.S. (1982). P.T. Perkebunen (Indonesia) and the World Palm Oil Industry. IMD International Management Institute,
  • Rangan, U.S. (1982). Societe Malgache de Produits Laitiers (Nestle in Madagascar). IMD International Management Institute,

Book Chapters

  • Rangan, U.S., Schumacher, P. (2013). Entrepreneurial Globalization: Lessons from the Offshoring Experiences of European Firms. In Torben Pedersen, Lydia Bals, Peter Ørberg Jensen and Marcus Larsen (Ed.), The Offshoring Challenge: Strategic Design and Innovation for Tomorrow's Organization. London: Springer
  • Rangan, U.S., Hariharan, S. (2012). Acquisition Advantage: How Emerging Market Firms Use Acquisitions, and What Incumbents Can Do About It.Global Strategies for Emerging Asia. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass
  • Gupta, A.K., Rangan, U.S., Wakayama, T. (2012). Competing in Emerging Asia: Reflections and Conclusions.Global Strategies for Emerging Asia. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass
  • Rangan, U.S. (2005). WTO: A National Business Systems Perspective.
  • Rangan, U.S. (2003). Vina San Pedro.Strategy Process, Content, Context--An International Perspective. New York, NY: Irwin/McGraw-Hill

Book Reviews

  • Rangan, U.S. (1998). Review of Book Alliance Advantage . Manageris

Working Papers

  • Dover, P.A., Perkins, S., Rangan, U.S. (2001). Forging and Managing Alliances: A Report from the Frontline.
  • Kumar, R., Rangan, U.S., Rufin, C.R. (in press). Changing Value Dynamics in the Electricity Industry. American Journal of Economics and Sociology.
  • Eunni, R.V., Rangan, U.S. (2000). What is Corporate Performance? A Theoretical and Empirical Perspective.
  • Doran, K.B., Ng, R.J., Rangan, U.S. (1998). Sustaining China’s Growth: Political Goals and Economic Solutions.
  • Ghemawat, P., Porter, M.E., Rangan, U.S. (1995). A New Vision for Indian Economic Development.
  • Ghemawat, P., Porter, M.E., Rangan, U.S. (1995). A New Vision for Indian Economic Development: The Corporate Agenda.
  • Rangan, U.S. (1995). Foreign Direct Investment in India since 1991: Some Emerging Trends and Early Hypotheses.
  • Puri, S., Rangan, U.S. (1993). Alliances, Learning, and Strategic Groups.
  • Rangan, U.S., Cunliffe, C. (1993). Internationalization: An Integrated Framework.
  • Rangan, U.S., Zervigon, L. (1992). Louisiana: An Application of the Competitive Advantage Paradigm.
  • Rangan, U.S., Sullivan, D. (1991). The Logic, Role, and Responsibility of Regional Management.
  • Ganitsky, J., Rangan, U.S., Watzke, G. (1991). Time Perspectives in International Strategic Alliances: Implications for Product Development.

Reports

  • Singham, S., Rangan, U.S., Bradley, R., Kinery, M. (2016). Anti-Competitive Market Distortions and Their Impact: A Case Study of India. Legatum institute link
  • Singham, S., Rangan, U.S., Bradley, R., Kinery, M. (2016). Anti-Competitive Market Distortions and Their Impact: Cotton Garment Sector in India. Legatum institute link
  • Rangan, U.S. (2005). Bridges to the Future: Alliance Strategies in Bio-Pharmaceutical Industry. Babson College
  • Linder, J., Perkins, P., Rangan, U.S. (2004). In Search of Strategy: Alliances in Biopharmaceutical Industry
  • Rangan, U.S., Linder, J., Perkins, P. (2003). The Drug Industry’s Alliance Archipelago. Babson College

Conference Proceedings

  • Hariharan, S., Rangan, U.S. (2014). Execution Challenges: The Experiences of Emerging Economy Multi-Nationals. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Management, Leadership and Governance,
  • Hariharan, S., Wylie, D., Rangan, U.S. (2013). Vermont Butter and Cheese Creamery. North American Case Research Association Conference Proceedings,

Others

  • Rangan, U.S., Subramanian, K. (2014). Steering HR Growth. Pune: publish-industry India Pvt Ltd link
  • Hariharan, S., Rangan, U.S. (2013). Negotiating the maze: Business Standard Ltd.
  • Rangan, U.S., Hariharan , S. (2011). The Global Indian Firm . London: Henry Stewart Talk Ltd, London link
  • Rangan, U.S. (2011). Understanding India's Business Climate: a national business system perspective : Henry Stewart Talk Ltd, London link
  • Rangan, U.S., Cohan, P. (2010). Capital Rising: How Capital Flows are Changing Business Systems All Over the World . New York, NY : Palgrave-Macmillan
  • Rangan, U.S. (2004). LoJack and the Micrologic Alliance. New York, NY: South-Western College Pub
  • Rangan, U.S. (2003). Vina San Pedro
  • Kumar, R., Rangan, U.S., Rufin, C.R. (in press). Changing Value Dynamics in the Electricity Industry
  • Rangan, U.S. (1995). Kentucky Fried Chicken (Japan) Limited
  • Rangan, U.S. (1994). Indian Bicycle Industry
  • Rangan, U.S. (1994). Indian Pumps Industry
  • Rangan, U.S. (1994). Indian Software Industry
  • Rangan, U.S. (1992). Caterpillar Tractor Co., Komatsu Limited., Kentucky Fried Chicken (Japan) Limited.
  • Rangan, U.S. (1991). Caterpillar Tractor Co., Komatsu Limited., Kentucky Fried Chicken (Japan) Limited.
  • Rangan, U.S. (1990). The “Untouchable” Water Carrier: Free Press

Presentations

  • Anti-Competitive Market Distortions and their Impact on the Indian Economy and Indian Industries
    Singham, S., Rangan, U. Anti-Competitive Market Distortions and their Impact on the Indian Economy and Indian Industries Conference on Competitiveness of Indian Industries, New Delhi, India (2016)
  • Measurement of distortions in domestic markets due to ACMDs
    Singham, S., Rangan, U. Measurement of distortions in domestic markets due to ACMDs AWG Teleseminar, Global Teleseminar (2015)
  • The effect of anticompetitive market distortions (ACMDs) on global markets
    Singham, S., Rangan, U. The effect of anticompetitive market distortions (ACMDs) on global markets Unlocking the Value of Supply Chains, Conference on Global Trade: A Trade System for the 21st Century, London, England (2014)
  • Execution Challenges: The Experiences of Emerging Economy Multi-Nationals
    Hariharan, S., Rangan, U. Execution Challenges: The Experiences of Emerging Economy Multi-Nationals 2nd International Conference on Management, Leadership and Governance, Wellesley, MA (2014)
  • Vermont Butter and Cheese Creamery
    Rangan, U., Hariharan, S., Wylie, D. Vermont Butter and Cheese Creamery North American Case Research Association (NACRA) Annual National Conference, Victoria, BC (2013)
  • Entrepreneurial Globalization: Emerging Multinationals from Emerging Economies
    Rangan, U., Hariharan , S. Entrepreneurial Globalization: Emerging Multinationals from Emerging Economies 8th European Conference on Management Leadership and Governance , Nicosia, Cyprus (2012)
  • Going Abroad Through Acquisitions: An Exploratory Analysis of Brazilian Companies' Recent International Expansion
    Rangan, U., Uribe, C., Duarte , H. Going Abroad Through Acquisitions: An Exploratory Analysis of Brazilian Companies' Recent International Expansion BALAS Annual Conference , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2012)
  • Integrating the Teaching of Strategic Analysis, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability: The Case of Maine Lobsters
    Rangan, U., Hariharan, S. Integrating the Teaching of Strategic Analysis, Entrepreneurship and Sustainability: The Case of Maine Lobsters Eighth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Vancouver, canada (2012)
  • Entrepreneurial Globalization: Lessons from Small and Medium Sized Enterprises
    Rangan, U., Schumacher , P. Entrepreneurial Globalization: Lessons from Small and Medium Sized Enterprises International Conference on The Off-Shoring Challenge: Strategic Design and Innovation for Tomorrow's Organization , Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark (2011)
  • Acquisition Advantage: How Emerging Market Firms Use Acquisitions and What Incumbents Can Do About It
    Rangan, U., Hariharan , S. Acquisition Advantage: How Emerging Market Firms Use Acquisitions and What Incumbents Can Do About It Global Strategy Conference: Leveraging Megatrends for Global Advantage , Tokyo, Japan (2010)
  • Maine Seafoods
    Rangan, U., Hariharan , S., Wylie, D. Maine Seafoods North American Case Research Association (NACRA) Conference, Knoxville, TN (2010)
  • Going Abroad Through Acquisitions: An Exploratory Analysis of Chinese Companies, Recent International Expansion
    Rangan, U., Cao , S. Going Abroad Through Acquisitions: An Exploratory Analysis of Chinese Companies, Recent International Expansion Academy of International Business Conference , San Diego (2009)
  • Entrepreneurial Globalization: Lessons from European Small and Medium Sized Enterprises
    Rangan, U., Schumacher, P. Entrepreneurial Globalization: Lessons from European Small and Medium Sized Enterprises International Conference on Off-shoring and Outsourcing, Bangalore (2006)
  • Privatization: Lessons and Alternative Pathways from Latin America and Eastern Europe
    Rangan, U., Eunni, R. Privatization: Lessons and Alternative Pathways from Latin America and Eastern Europe Academy of International Business(2005)
  • Complexity in International Negotiations: The case of the independent power industry
    Kumar, R., Rangan, U., Rufin, C. Complexity in International Negotiations: The case of the independent power industry Annual Conference, Puerto Rico (2004)
  • Strategic Alliances in the Laboratory Products Industry: Some Issues
    Rangan, U. Strategic Alliances in the Laboratory Products Industry: Some Issues Annual Conference, Key West, FL (2003)
  • Strategic Alliances: Trends, Logic, and Issues
    Rangan, U. Strategic Alliances: Trends, Logic, and Issues SAP Sapphire Conference, Lisbon, Portugal (2002)
  • Changing Value Dynamics: A Comparison of Electricity Industry in Brazil, China, and India
    Kumar, R., Rangan, U., Rufin, C. Changing Value Dynamics: A Comparison of Electricity Industry in Brazil, China, and India Academy of International Business, Annual Conference, Puerto Rico (2002)
  • Complexity in International Negotiations: The case of the independent power industry
    Kumar, R., Rangan, U., Rufin, C. Complexity in International Negotiations: The case of the independent power industry Academy of Management Conference, Denver, CO (2002)
  • Strategic Alliances: Some Implementation issues
    Rangan, U. Strategic Alliances: Some Implementation issues Conference Board Annual Conference on Strategic Alliances(2002)
  • Strategic Alliances: An Emerging Trend in Service Industries
    Rangan, U. Strategic Alliances: An Emerging Trend in Service Industries Professional Insurance Marketing Association (PIMA) Annual Conference, Nassau, Bahamas (2002)
  • Determinants of Stability of Strategic Alliances
    Eunni, R., Kohn, T., Rangan, U. Determinants of Stability of Strategic Alliances Eastern Academy of Management, International Conference, San Jose, Costa Rica (2001)
  • Schools of Thought in Strategic Management: An Attempt at Integration to Meet The Criteria of Legitimization and Classification
    Rangan, U., Eunni, R. Schools of Thought in Strategic Management: An Attempt at Integration to Meet The Criteria of Legitimization and Classification Society of Advancement of Management, International Management Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada (2001)
  • Strategic Alliances: An Emerging Trend in New Product Development
    Rangan, U. Strategic Alliances: An Emerging Trend in New Product Development Management Roundtable, San Diego, California (2000)

  • Rangan, U., Shulman, J. Price-Babson Entrepreneurship Conference, Babson Park, MA (2000)
  • Chinas’ Workforce Conundrum
    Doran, K., Ng, R., Rangan, U. Chinas’ Workforce Conundrum The 1999 Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business, Southeast Asia Region, Melbourne, Australia (1999)

  • Rangan, U., Shulman, J., Streeter, F. Price-Babson Entrepreneurship Conference, Charleston, South Carolina (1999)
  • Foreign Direct Investment: What Should China’s Strategy Be?
    Doran, K., Ng, R., Rangan, U. Foreign Direct Investment: What Should China’s Strategy Be? The 1998 Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business, Southeast Asia Region, Nanning, China (1998)
  • Strategic Alliances: An Emerging Business Opportunity for Indian Firms
    Rangan, U. Strategic Alliances: An Emerging Business Opportunity for Indian Firms Confederation of Indian Industry, Southern Regional Council, Hyderabad, India (1998)
  • Strategic Alliances: An Emerging Research Opportunity in India
    Rangan, U. Strategic Alliances: An Emerging Research Opportunity in India Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India (1998)
  • Sustaining China’s Growth: The Human Capital Issue
    Doran, K., Ng, R., Rangan, U. Sustaining China’s Growth: The Human Capital Issue China International Business Conference, Hong Kong (1998)
  • The Young Urban Professional of China: Managing Their Career Paths
    Doran, K., Ng, R., Rangan, U. The Young Urban Professional of China: Managing Their Career Paths The Third International Conference on Management (ICM’98), Shanghai (1998)
  • Strategic Alliances: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Globalization
    Rangan, U. Strategic Alliances: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Globalization Global Managers Program, Clinton, Massachusetts (1998)
  • Managing China’s Growth: The Human Capital Dimension
    Doran, B., Ng, R., Rangan, U. Managing China’s Growth: The Human Capital Dimension Greater China Conference, Shanghai (1998)
  • Growing Bigger by Getting Smaller: The use of Strategic Entrepreneurial Units in Large Firms
    Rangan, U., Shulman, J., Streeter, F. Growing Bigger by Getting Smaller: The use of Strategic Entrepreneurial Units in Large Firms Price-Babson Entrepreneurship Conference, Ghent, Belgium (1998)
  • International Expansion by Small and Medium sized U.S. firms
    Kohn, T., Rangan, U. International Expansion by Small and Medium sized U.S. firms 16th Annual Conference of the Strategic Management Society, Phoenix, Arizona (1996)
  • Public Policy Implications of International Strategic Alliances
    Rangan, U. Public Policy Implications of International Strategic Alliances Seminar for mid-career government professionals at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (1996)
  • Microeconomic Foundations of Economic Development
    Ghemawat, P., Porter, M., Rangan, U. Microeconomic Foundations of Economic Development 15th Annual Conference of the Strategic Management Society, Mexico City, Mexico (1995)
  • Strategic Alliances
    Rangan, U. Strategic Alliances Conference on Alliances, Joint Ventures, and Licensing, Santa Clara, California (1995)
  • Management Opportunities in India since the Reform of 1991
    Rangan, U. Management Opportunities in India since the Reform of 1991 , Harvard Business School (1995)
  • Foreign Direct Investment in India since 1991: Some Emerging Trends and Early Hypotheses
    Rangan, U. Foreign Direct Investment in India since 1991: Some Emerging Trends and Early Hypotheses Research Workshop, San Francisco, CA (1995)
  • Microeconomic Foundations of Economic Development
    Ghemawat, P., Porter, M., Rangan, U. Microeconomic Foundations of Economic Development South Asia Seminar, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (1995)
  • Does Foreign Business have a Business in Development? [The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in Economic Development]
    Rangan, U. Does Foreign Business have a Business in Development? [The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in Economic Development] , The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University (1995)
  • Microeconomic Foundations of Economic Development
    Ghemawat, P., Porter, M., Rangan, U. Microeconomic Foundations of Economic Development , The World Bank, Washington, D.C (1995)
  • The Future of Indian Economic Reforms: The Corporate Agenda
    Ghemawat, P., Rangan, U. The Future of Indian Economic Reforms: The Corporate Agenda , Bombay, India (1994)
  • The Competitive Advantage of India
    Ghemawat, P., Porter, M., Rangan, U. The Competitive Advantage of India Special Seminar for the Participants at the Advanced Management Program, Cambridge, MA (1994)
  • Developing Competitive Advantage in India
    Ghemawat, P., Porter, M., Rangan, U. Developing Competitive Advantage in India , New Delhi, India (1994)
  • Developing Competitive Advantage in India
    Ghemawat, P., Porter, M., Rangan, U. Developing Competitive Advantage in India , New Delhi, India (1994)
  • Louisiana: An Application of the Competitive Advantage Paradigm
    Rangan, U., Zervigon, L. Louisiana: An Application of the Competitive Advantage Paradigm , Copenhagen, Denmark (1991)
  • The Logic, Role, and Responsibility of Regional Management
    Rangan, U., Sullivan, D. The Logic, Role, and Responsibility of Regional Management , Cophenhagen, Denmark (1991)
  • Time Perspectives in International Joint Ventures: Implications for Marketing Management
    Ganitsky, J., Rangan, U., Watzke, G. Time Perspectives in International Joint Ventures: Implications for Marketing Management Academy of International Business, Toronto, Canada (1990)
  • Small-firm Foreign Direct Investment: Theory, Evidence, and Implications
    Kohn, T., Rangan, U. Small-firm Foreign Direct Investment: Theory, Evidence, and Implications Academy of International Business, San Diego, CA (1988)