Dan Wadhwani

Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship

BA, Yale University; PhD, University of Pennsylvania

A business historian by training, Dan Wadhwani’s research and teaching examines how entrepreneurial processes drive industrial and institutional change. At USC he is developing and teaching a course in entrepreneurial history. He has published in leading journals in management (Academic of Management Journal, Journal of Management Studies) and business history (Business History Review, Business History), and is co-editor of Organizations in Time: History, Theory, Methods (Oxford University Press, 2014). Dan’s primary appointment is as Fletcher Jones Professor of Entrepreneurship at University of the Pacific. He holds visiting appointments at Copenhagen Business School and Kyoto University. He is also a Venture Partner at Impact Venture Capital.
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Christina Lubinski, Dan Wadhwani () "International Entrepreneurship and Business History ,"  The Routledge Companion to the Makers of Global Business  Routledge, 4, 55-68.
Christina Lubinski, Dan Wadhwani () "Geopolitical Jockeying: Economic Nationalism and Multinational Strategy in Historical Perspective ,"  Strategic Management Journal.
Dan Wadhwani, Christina Lubinski () "Reinventing Entrepreneurial History ,"  BUSINESS HISTORY REVIEW  91, 767-799.