Chuck Eesley is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University, and a faculty member at the Stanford Technology Ventures Program.
His research interests focus on strategy and technology entrepreneurship. In the broadest sense, he is interested in the "ideas sector" of the economy. His research seeks to uncover which individual attributes, strategies and institutional arrangements optimally drive high growth, high tech entrepreneurship. Eesley examines how entrepreneurs in developed and developing economy contexts commercialize research and development intensive products, with a particular interest in who successfully innovates in new markets and the challenges of technology-based entrepreneurship.
He is the recipient of the 2010 Best Dissertation Award in the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management, a 2007 Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Dissertation Fellowship Award and the Best Student Paper award from the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics in 2008 for his work on entrepreneurship in China. His research appears in Strategic Management Journal, Research Policy and the Journal of Economics & Management Strategy. Prior to his Ph.D. at MIT Sloan, he worked at the Duke University Medical Center, publishing in medical journals and in textbooks on cognition in schizophrenia.
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Last Updated: Wed, Oct 24, 2012
|Podcast||Impact: Stanford Entrepreneurship and Innovation||Steve Garrity · Roelof Botha · Kit Rodgers · Divya Nag · Heidi Roizen · Chuck Eesley · William Miller||Stanford||01:00:14||10/2012|
|Video||Impact: Stanford Entrepreneurship and Innovation [Entire Talk]||Steve Garrity · Roelof Botha · Kit Rodgers · Divya Nag · Heidi Roizen · Chuck Eesley · William Miller||Stanford||01:00:43||10/2012|
|Video||Stanford Innovation Study Findings||Chuck Eesley||Stanford||05:46||10/2012|