Schulze Distinguished Professorships 2015

Chuck Eeslee, Stanford University

Chuck is assistant professor at Stanford. His research focuses on the influence of the external environment on entrepreneurship. Specifically, he investigates the types of environments that encourage the founding of high high-growth, technology-based firms.

Kim Eddleston, Northeastern University

Professor Eddleston is widely published in the field of entrepreneurship. She has won multiple awards for her research on family businesses as well as women entrepreneurs and managers. She has helped many students successfully join their family's firms and has also assisted students in the launch of their own enterprises.

Jon Eckhardt, University of Wisconsin

Jon is a scholar and teacher of entrepreneurship. His expertise comes from his research projects and direct involvement in entrepreneurship, most recently as a cofounder of gener8tor. His research studies variouos aspects of entrepreneurship, including firm formation, venture finance, initial public offerings, mobile software startups and the role of information in entrepreneurship.

Dan Forbes, University of Minnesota

Dan is an associate professor in the Strategic Management & Entrepreneurship department at the Carlson School. Dan has taught courses on strategy, innovation and entrepreneurship to students in the MBA, undergraduate and executive education programs. His research sheds light on how people can build and manage organizations more effectively. He is especially interested in how people exchange knowledge and make decisions while creating new ventures.

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