Youtha Cuypers
Youtha Cuypers
Assistant Professor
Strategy

Youtha Cuypers is anAssistant Professor in Strategy at Nova School of Business and Economics. Priorto joining Nova SBE; Youtha was Assistant Professor at the University of HongKong. She obtained her PhD in Organization and Strategy at Tilburg Universityin the Netherlands.

Youtha 's researchinterests focus on mergers and acquisitions; international joint-ventures andsupplier-buyer collaborations. Her work examines the determinants ofrelationship duration and the performance implications of inter-organizationalcollaboration and M&As; drawing in particular on research on experientiallearning and experience spillovers.

Her work has appearedin one of the leading journals in management; i.e. the Strategic ManagementJournal; as well as having been presented at leading international academicconferences; where it has also received numerous awards; in addition to havingbeen published in the Best Papers Proceedings of the Academy of ManagementAnnual Conference.

Youtha teachesInternational Corporate Strategy and International Business.

Ph.D. in Organization & Strategy - CentERGraduate School, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, TilburgUniversity, The Netherlands, 2010

ResearchMaster’s (M.Phil.) in Organization and Strategy, Cum Laude - CentERGraduate School, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 2005

Integrated Bachelor and M.Sc. in BusinessAdministration Specialization in International Business, Tilburg University,The Netherlands, 2003

Mergers and acquisitions, alliances, joint ventures, supplier-buyer ties, organizational learning

  • Cuypers, Ilya R P, Patel, Charmi, Ertug, Gokhan, Li, Jiatao, Cuypers, Youtha (2022). Top management teams in international business research: A review and suggestions for future research. Journal Of International Business Studies, 53, 481-515.
  • Cuypers, Ilya R P, Cuypers, Youtha, Martin, Xavier (2017). When the target may know better: Effects of experience and information asymmetries on value from mergers and acquisitions. Strategic Management Journal, 38 (3), 609-625.