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Education: 
  • Ph.D. in from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2015
  • B.A. in Double Major: Computer Science and Econo from University of California, Berkeley, 2005
Memberships: 
  • Academy of Management
Presentations: 
  • Yu, Y., Leo, E., & Duan, W. (2017). Measuring Business Relatedness for Big Data Strategic Analysis: A Deep Learning Approach. INFORMS.
  • Liu, C. (2014). The Mirroring Hypothesis - A Systematic Review Toward Theory Integration. Industry Studies Association 2014 Annual Conference.
Working Paper: 
  • 2017: Leo, E., Mahoney, J., & Miller, D., Where Does Architectural Knowledge Come From?.
  • 2017: Yu, Y., Leo, E., & Duan, W., Measuring Business Relatedness for Big Data Strategic Analysis: A Deep Learning Approach.
  • 2017: Bui, Q., Leo, E., & Adelakun, O., An Empirical Study on Information Technology Outsourcing Configurations and Organizational Outcomes.
  • 2017: Leo, E., Toward A Contingent Model of Mirroring - A Knowledge Management Perspective.
  • 2017: Kubo, R., Leo, E., Zhao, J., & Wang, K., Product Modularity, Team Communication, and Team Cohesion in New Product Development: A Study of Japanese Software Service Firm.
  • 2017: Leo, E., Mahoney, J., & Miller, D., The Mirroring Hypothesis: A Systematic Review of the Extant Literature.
  • 2017: Wang, K., Bendell, B., & Leo, E., The Interdependency of Cash Flow Rights and Voting Rights on Post-Acquisition Value in Japan.

Ezekiel Leo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Management
Management
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Staff Assistant: 
Holly Yates