I combine organizational and management theory with scholarship in political science, public administration, and economics to examine issues at the intersection of entrepreneurship and society. I often work in close partnership with practitioner organizations to systematically collect data and test promising interventions through field research. My research agenda is motivated by questions that are of scholarly and policy relevance, reflecting my own background of over a decade working in international development and policy research.
Some of these studies are currently at the “revise and resubmit” or “under review” stages, while others are conference drafts planned for submission or earlier-stage works.
Titles have been generalized to enable blinded peer-review.
Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
Social Entrepreneurship, Global Philanthropy, and International Aid