Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship public policy, business incubation, new venture strategy, econometrics, survival analysis, social entrepreneurship, nonprofit management, and business planning.
Associate Provost for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Professor, iSchool and Whitman
entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship education, community economic development, online education, economics of information, economics of nonprofit organizations, social entrepreneurship
Lumpkin, G. Thomas
The Chris J. Witting Chair in Entrepreneurship
Research Topics: entrepreneurship, opportunity recognition, creativity and entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, sustainable entrepreneurship, innovativeness, risk-taking, competitiveness, autonomy, proactiveness