Shon Hiatt

Associate Professor of Management and Organization
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MS, PhD, Cornell University. BA, MPA, Brigham Young University

Shon Hiatt is an associate professor at USC Marshall School of Business and faculty affiliate of the Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. He researches entrepreneurship, ESG strategy, and sustainable innovation in domestic and international contexts. Professor Hiatt’s research has been published in academic journals and featured in media outlets.

He is the recipient of numerous scholarly and teaching honors, including the Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowship in Entrepreneurship and the Academy of Management and ARCS Emerging Scholar Awards. Prior to joining USC, he was on the faculty at Harvard Business School.
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Shon Hiatt () "A systems perspective to climate change risks: A configurational examination of supply-chain actor engagement ,".
Shon Hiatt () "Inequality and the spirit of capitalism: The curvilinear impact of income distribution on entrepreneurship. ,".
Shon Hiatt () "Stigmatization and immigrant entrepreneurship: Black September, ethnic enclaves, and new venture performance in Jordan ,".
Shon Hiatt () "An analysis of the green paradox and firm strategic reactions to regulatory risk: U.S. oil and gas firms ,".