Student Scholar 2012
Matt Moen is on track to graduate magna cum laude from BYU in June 2015 with a BS in Economics and minors in Statistics and Business Strategy. He is planning on doing an MPhil in Land Economy Research at the University of Cambridge where he will enroll in the fall of 2015 before he pursues a DBA in Strategy. His research interests include business strategy, evolutionary economics, and financial markets and institutions. In the winter of 2012, Matt completed an internship in Bolivia for the LDS Church's Welfare and Employment office, where he also performed research on LDS entrepreneurs. A year later Matt attended the BYU-Oxford Seminar in Social Innovation as well as the Pembroke-Kings Program at the University of Cambridge where he did mentored research in business strategy. Before starting his senior year at BYU, Matt interned with Vivint Inc.'s business analytics team where he led projects ranging from employee and customer profiling to process optimization. Matt is currently working as a research assistant with Dr. Jeff Dyer in the Department of Organizational Leadership and Strategy with whom he has co-authored two case studies. Matt enjoys traveling, Crossfit, puns, and anything with The Lord of the Rings.
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