Dan's research and teaching examines how entrepreneurial processes drive socio-economic change. He has published in leading journals in management (AMJ, SMJ, SEJ, JMS) and business history (BHR, BH, E&S), and is co-editor of Organizations in Time: History, Theory, Methods (Oxford University Press, 2014). Dan is former chair of the AoM Management History Division and currently president-elect of the Business History Conference, the leading business history association in North America. He has received research and teaching awards, most recently the Williamson Prize which is awarded every 2-3 years to a mid-career scholar "who has made significant contributions to business history."
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INSIGHT + ANALYSIS
Interview: Dan Wadhwani in Harvard Business Review
WADHWANI, professor of clinical entrepreneurship, is one of six experts HBR spoke to about the state of AI today and calls for a more intentional approach going forward.
NEWS + EVENTS
USC Marshall Announces Five New Teaching Chairs and Inaugural Appointees
Dean Garrett’s flagship teaching chair program ensures the school will attract and retain the most innovative, inspiring educators and mentors for Marshall and Leventhal students.
Marshall Faculty Recognized for Teaching Excellence
Faculty recognized for exceptional teaching are honored with excellence awards and endowed teaching chair positions.
RESEARCH + PUBLICATIONS