Associate Professor of Management
Undergraduate Management Program Chair
Address: Pace University - New York City campus
Room W-491, 1 Pace Plaza
New York, NY 10038
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An expert on strategic management of high technology businesses and the impact of government policy on corporations and society, Dr. Larry Bridwell is an associate professor of management at the Lubin School of Business and Chair of the Graduate Management Program. He is also an authority on emerging markets, particularly Latin America countries such as Argentina and Chile, as well as North America and Europe.
Dr. Bridwell has published and presented several professional papers. He is the co-author of "The Semiconductor Industry in the 21st Century: A Global Analysis Using Michael Porter's Industry Related Clusters," published in the academic journal Competitiveness Review. He also participated in the 1998 Southwestern Regional Convention Proceedings of the Academy of Management, speaking on "NAFTA and the Future of Democratic Progress in Latin America."
A former visiting professor at IBM's International Finance, Planning and Administration School at Pace, Dr. Bridwell has taught classes in several IBM settings. He has also had assignments with such companies as Colgate-Palmolive, NYNEX, General Electric, KPMG LLP, and Miles-Technicon, as well as organizations such as the U.S. Agency for International Development. At General Electric, he was the first general manager of the Saudi American General Electric Company, a joint venture between GE and five Saudi partners. The managerial assignments included residing for five years in London, England and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.