Elizabeth Lyons specializes in innovation strategy, and organizational economics. She is especially interested in how technological change affects how organizations manage, and how innovation occurs and can be impacted by managerial interventions. As an associate professor of management at the School of Global Policy and Strategy, Lyons teaches Start-Ups: From Founding to Launch, Innovation Policy and Management, Organizational Economics, and International Business. Her current initiatives include employing field experiments to examine innovation motivation, business training-technology complementarities, remote team work, the impacts of temperature on team performance, and algorithm development management. Her past projects include field experimental management and organization in international labor markets and remote employment, and analyses of the drivers of entrepreneurship, of creativity in innovation and of organizational authority and production decisions.