Dr. Sagiv is a Lecturer of organizational behavior. She received her Ph.D. from the faculty of management at Tel Aviv University (2011), and was a visiting researcher at Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley and at the Taube Center and the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University. Her research includes studies on knowledge evolution; corporate governance and elite networks; creativity and authenticity in economic transactions; innovation and entrepreneurship in creative industries; and the effect of the interplay between agency and institutions on the formation of new organizational forms.
Dr. Tamar Sagiv
Fields of Research
Creativity and innovation
Evolution of industries
Managing ventures in creative industries
Corporate governance and elite networks
Sagiv, T. (2014) " Authenticity and creativity in the evolution of new dance genres". In Lampel, J., Honig, B., & Drori, I. (eds.) The Handbook of Research on Organizational Ingenuity and Creative Institutional Entrepreneurship. Edgar Elward Publishing (Forthcoming)