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Innovation: Who Benefits and Who’s Barred?

February 6, 2020

New research by WSB’s Sarada looks at shifts in the demographics of early American inventors, and is helping to shape policy in Congress.

Why Deep Learning May Hold the Key for Early-Stage Entrepreneurs

October 7, 2019

Why do so many nascent entrepreneurial ventures end up failing? It may have a lot to do with the learning process, says WSB's Hart Posen. His new research looks at the value of understanding learning as a continuum with many junctures and how deep learning in one area can transfer to an entrepreneur's next venture.

WSB’s Jon Eckhardt Named Discovery Fellow at WID

July 25, 2019

Jon Eckhardt, whose research focuses on entrepreneurship, has a new five-year appointment as a Discovery Fellow.

Entrepreneurship on Campus: Using Data to Identify Emerging Entrepreneurs

January 25, 2019

What does the face of student entrepreneurship look like on U.S. college campuses? WSB Associate Professor Jon Eckhardt and Ph.D. student Bekhzod Khoshimov are using data to identify this invisible demographic, and to help universities learn more about entrepreneurship in the process. This is the first post in a series.

Research Roundup: WSB's Department of Management and Human Resources

August 24, 2018

Faculty from the Department of Management and Human Resources at the Wisconsin School of Business share key ideas from their research as featured on the Forward Thinking blog. Associate Professor Martin Ganco: 5 Things To Know …

To Find Product-Market Fit, Look Beyond the Market

June 14, 2017

A fledgling business will ultimately fail if it never discovers a pool of target customers whose needs have not yet been sufficiently met. To discover product-market fit, many entrepreneurs look at what competitors have been …

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