Miriam’s research concentrates on strategic international management, competitive dynamics, and family firms. She uses empirical methods and combines them with predictions derived from theory. Recently, she combines microeconomic modelling and empirical analyses in her research projects. Her research has been published in internationally top-ranked journals such the Strategic Management Journal, Long Range Planning, Small Business Economics, and International Business Review. In 2013, Miriam obtained a grant from Fritz Thyssen Foundation of more than 25,000 Euros for her research project „Behavioral Aspects of International Investment Decisions“. Within the scope of the funded project, she spent six months as visiting scholar at the Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern University).