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Davin Raiha

Assistant Professor, Business, Economics and Public Policy

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  • Non-Market Strategy
  • Corporate Political Strategy
  • Lobbying Strategy
  • Corporate Governance
  • Political Economy
  • Game Theory
  • Economics of Strategy

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Davin Raiha joined the Business, Economics, and Public Policy group in July 2013, after completing his Ph.D at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. A native of Canada, he also holds a B.Com from the University of Toronto.

Professor Raiha's research is concerned with the intersections of business strategy and public policy. His work examines the various methods and strategies that firms utilize to influence public decision-makers and the reasons for their use. This research on the political economy of strategy also shows how firms respond to - and shape - different policy environments and political institutions. He also has research interests in corporate governance, exploring what factors determine the governance structures that firms employ.


  • Global Macroeconomics for Managers


  • B.Com (University of Toronto)
  • Ph.D (Stanford University)

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Raiha, D., 2018, "Economic Influence Activities", Journal of Economics and Management Strategy, October 27(4): 830 - 843.
  • Holburn, G. L. F.; Raiha, D., 2017, "Startups Are Turning Customers into Lobbyists", Harvard Business Review.
  • Callander, S.; Raiha, D., 2017, "Durable Policy, Political Accountability, and Active Waste", Quarterly Journal of Political Science, May 12(1): 59 - 97.

For more publications please see our Research Database