In the Greif Seminar Series, leading entrepreneurship researchers come to visit the Marshall School to present their recent research work.
November 14 - Melissa Schilling,New York University
Understanding Breakthrough Innovators
December 16 - Noam Wasserman, Harvard Business School
The Throne vs. the Kingdom: Founder Control and Value Creation in Startups
February 2 - Laura Huang, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
A Test of the Impact of Gut Feel on Entrepreneurial Investment Decisions
February 13 - Melissa Graebner, University of Texas, Austin
Tricks of the Trade: Resource acquisition in a family-owned technology venture
February 20 - Bart Clarysse, Imperial College
A Tale of Two Ventures: Search and Linking in Tech Push and Market Pull Start-ups
February 27 - Martin Ruef, Duke University
Institutional Change and Entrepreneurship: From the Industrial Revolution to the Information Age
April 17 - Thomas Hellmann, Oxford University
September 13 - Gustavo Manso, UC Berkeley
Experimentation and the Returns to Entrepreneurship
October 11 - Jonathan Wareham, ESADE Business School, Spain
Technology Innovative Ecosystem Governance
October 18 - Brian Wu, University of Michigan
Organizational Constraints to Adaptation: Intra-Firm Asymmetry in the Locus of Coordination
November 15 - Evan Rawley, Columbia University
Learning on the Job? Entrepreneurial Spawning in the Asset Management Industry
February 28 - Vibha Gaba, INSEAD
Learning to Let Go: Social Influence, Learning, and the Abandonment of Corporate Venture Capital Practices
October 5 - Ashish Arora, Duke University
Make, Buy, Organize: The Interplay Between R&D, External Knowledge, and Firm Structure
February 5 - Nicole Coviello, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
Re-conceptualizing the Dynamic Model of Effectuation
April 26 - Michael Lenox, University of Virginia
Exploring the Socio-Cultural Drivers of De Novo Versus De Alio Entry in Emerging Industries
March 2 - Ted Baker, North Carolina State University
"Weathering the Storm: Negative Slack, Identity and Resilience in Entrepreneurial Firms"
March 21 - Frank Rothaermel, Georgia Institute of Technology
"Does Desperation Lead to Opportunity? Star Scientists and the Speed of Investment in Radical New Technologies"
April 4 - Markku Maula, Aalto University, Finland
"Top Management Attention to Discontinuous Technological Change: Corporate Venture Capital as an Alert Mechanism"
April 25 - Anthea Zhang, Rice University
"Dividend Payouts and Executive Turnover in China's Listed Firms in 1997-2010: Differences Between Founders and Successors"
April 27 - Aaron (Ronnie) Chatterji, Duke University
"Do the Costs of Cooperation Drive the Gale of Creative Destruction? Commercialization Strategies in the Medical Device Industry"
October 13, 2010 – Bruno Cassiman, IESE
"Boundary Spanning Inventors and Firm Innovation: How Spillovers From Science Are Not Free"
November 12, 2010 – Ron Adner, Dartmouth University
"Innovation Ecosystems and the Pace of Substitution: Re-examining Technology S Curves"
December 3, 2010 – Toby Stuart, Harvard University
"Matthew: Effect or Fable?"
January 28, 2011 – Benson Honig, McMaster University
"Business Planning and Venture Level Performance: A Study of Replication and Extension"
February 11, 2011 – Ted Sichelman, University of San Diego
"High Technology Entrepreneurs and the Patent System: Results of the 2008 Berkeley Patent Survey"