Anna Grosman is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Loughborough University London. She holds a Ph.D. from Imperial College London. Her research falls at the intersection of corporate governance, corporate finance, and international business with a special emphasis on contemporary state capitalism, and corporate governance issues of state-affiliated organizations, such as corporate political ties, board independence, and board effectiveness.
She has published in leading journals such as Corporate Governance: An International Review, Journal of World Business, Journal of Comparative Economics, Economic Modelling, and Journal of Economic Issues. She is a Guest Co-Editor of the forthcoming special issue in the Journal of World Business on ‘State Capitalism in International Context: Varieties and Variations’. She is also a Co-Editor of the Oxford University Press Handbook on ‘State Capitalism and the Firm’.
She lectures corporate governance, corporate finance, and corporate strategy. Prior to her academic career, she worked for Georgia-Pacific/ Koch Industries as a Director of Corporate Development and M&A in the international division for four years. Before that engagement, she worked for six years in investment banking and corporate finance for CIBC World Markets, Citigroup, and Close Brothers.