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Susan Harmeling

Associate Professor of Clinical Entrepreneurship
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JFF
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517

PhD, University of Virginia, MBA, Harvard Business School; BA, Harvard University

Susan's research focuses on the intersection of entrepreneurship and ethics and the transformative potential of entrepreneurship education. An expert on the case method of instruction, she founded the International Case Method Institute (ICMI) LLC and serves as a Facilitator for Harvard Business Publishing. She is the author of dozens of Harvard Business School case studies and has taught executive education, conducted seminars on pedagogy and developed tailored cases for clients all over the world. Her research in entrepreneurship and business ethics has appeared in top journals such as Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, The Journal of Business Venturing, Business Ethics Quarterly and The Journal of Business Ethics.

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Susan Harmeling, S Sarasvathy () "When Contingency is a Resource: Educating Entrepreneurs in the Balkans, the Bronx and Beyond. ,"  Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice  37.
Susan Harmeling, Yuvay Meyers () "Best Address: The Use of Innovative Marketing in the Real Estate Industr ,"  Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship  31, 74-84.
Susan Harmeling () "Contingency as an Entrepreneurial Resource: How Private Obsession Fulfills Public Need ,"  Journal of Business Venturing  26, 293-305.
Susan Harmeling () "Re-Storying an Entrepreneurial Identity: Education, Experience and Self- Narrative ,"  Education and Training  8/9.
Susan Harmeling () "Entrepreneurship and Human Progress: Contingency as a Resource ,"  Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation  11, 181-188.
Susan Harmeling, S Sarasvathy, R Freeman () "Related Debates in Ethics and Entrepreneurship: Values, Opportunities and Contingency ,"  Journal of Business Ethics,  84, 341-365.
Susan Harmeling () "hat My Neighbor’s Cow Might Live: Effectuation and Entrepreneurship Education in Croatia ,"  6, International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education.
Susan Harmeling, Troy Harting, S Venkataraman () "Innovative Stakeholder Relations: When Ethics Pays (and when it Doesn’t) ,"  Business Ethics Quarterly  16.
Susan Harmeling, H Stevenson () "The Need for a More Chaotic Theory of Management ,"  The Journal of New Business Venturing  1.