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Arielle Newman

Arielle Newman

Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship

Room: 426
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PhD, University of Utah (Comparative Political Economy/International Relations)
MS, University of Utah (International Affairs and Global Enterprise)
BA, Brigham Young University (International Relations)

Teaching interests include entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship, Poverty and Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management, International Business, Gender and Business.

Research Interests include informal economy, refugee entrepreneurs, social entrepreneurship, gender and entrepreneurship, poverty alleviation, economic development, and institutional theory.

Working Papers
  • "Toward a Theory of Trauma and Entrepreneurship", Organization Science (with Jones Christenson, L., Godfrey, P.)
  • "Stuck in the Middle: Explaining the Persistence of the Semi-Formal Economy", Academy of Management
Selected Publications

Awards and Honors

  • Teaching Mini-Grant USM - University Center for Learning and Teaching (2020)