Elizabeth Lyons is an assistant professor of management at the School. Her research focuses on the intersection between technology and innovation strategy, international management, and organizational economics. Her work on the organization of online work has been featured in the New York Times and other major media outlets.
Her current projects include using field observational data to analyze firm hiring and organization in international labor markets, using experimental lab evidence to analyze the relationship between organizational authority and production decisions, and using data collected over four years to study the effects of entrepreneurship training on career decisions.
During her graduate studies, she was the associate director of the Creative Destruction Lab, a venture lab at the University of Toronto.