Matthew Grennan is an Assistant Professor of Health Care Management at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is teaching a new undergraduate course in health care entrepreneurship, and co-teaching an MBA course in health care marketing.
Dr. Grennan holds a PhD in Strategy/Economics from the New York University, Stern School of Business.
As an Assistant Professor in the Strategic Management area at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, Dr. Grennan taught entrepreneurship in the Commerce program and statistical modeling/methods in the PhD program. Most of the time, though, he can be found doing research in competitive strategy and industrial organization economics, where he is especially interested in healthcare, business-to-business markets, and innovation.
- New York University, Stern School of Business, Strategy/Economics, 2010
- University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN M.S., Applied Economics, 2005
- Iowa State University, Ames, IA B.S., Industrial Engineering, 2002
Assistant Professor of Health Care Management
The Wharton School
Health Care Management
Ashley Swanson, Matthew Grennan (Under Review). Transparency and Negotiated Prices: The Value of Information in Hospital-Supplier Bargaining.
Matthew Grennan, Robert J. Town (Under Review). Regulating Innovation with Uncertain Quality: Information, Risk, and Access in Medical Devices.
Matthew Grennan (2014). Bargaining Ability and Competitive Advantage: Empirical Evidence from Medical Devices, Management Science, 60, 3011 - 3025.
Matthew Grennan, Mara Lederman (Work In Progress). The Multiproduct Firm Advantage: Evidence From Regulatory Delay in Medical Devices.
Matthew Grennan (2013). Price Discrimination and Bargaining: Empirical Evidence from Medical Devices, American Economic Review, 103.