I am Lívia Markóczy, Associate Professor of Strategic Management at the School of Management of the University of Texas at Dallas. Before coming to UTD (July 2005), I was an Associate Professor at the University of California, Riverside. My PhD is from the Judge Institute of Management Studies, University of Cambridge. Prior to that, I filled various roles at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences (Formerly the Karl Marx University of Economics, currently Corvinus University; I hope they can stick with that name for at least a little while.) For more detail on my background see my CV (PDF last modified Friday, 30-Jan-2009 22:02:58 CST) [126K].
My research interests include strategic management (including how differences between individuals play a role), cross-cultural research (including how situational differences often play a bigger role than cultural differences), and decision making (including how people perceive ethical dilemmas and what motivates to behave ethically or not). Both my CV, and examples of my papers and projects will give you a fuller idea of my research interests. Also there are slides of 2004 presentation on my research interests.
For the full list of what courses I've taught, see my CV (PDF). Here is how I described my approach to teaching during a promotion review.
I've sought ways to improve the analytical and decision making skills of my students as well as encourage them to combine strategic thinking with and awareness of the need for becoming social responsible leaders. To accomplish this I often draw from my research of managerial cognition, motivation and fairness. I put a great deal into the courses I teach and I expect my students to as well.
Also see box for my UTD courses.