Mohsin Habib is an associate professor of management at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and an instructor at Harvard Extension School. He received a doctorate in strategic management with an emphasis on international strategy from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Habib teaches strategy, international management, and business ethics. He offers executive education seminars on strategy and has worked as a strategy consultant.
Habib’s research explores the relationship between foreign direct investments, factors specific to a country (for example, corruption), and the strategy of multinational corporations. He is particularly interested in how multinational corporations interact with developing and emerging countries, and the different roles (including social responsibility and sustainable development) these corporations play.
He has presented his findings at numerous conferences and published in reputed journals, including the Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, and International Business Review. In 2010, he was given the JoAnne Fussa Distinguished Teaching Award by Harvard Extension School.