Ph.D., Stanford Graduate School of Business
Summary of Experience
Professor Stuart specializes in intellectual property, corporate strategy, and entrepreneurship, and has conducted analyses of firms' incentives to innovate. He has provided expert consulting services to numerous companies, and teaches M.B.A., doctoral level, and executive education courses in corporate strategy, mergers and acquisitions, technology strategy, and entrepreneurship.
Professor Stuart's academic research focuses on the formulation of firm strategies in a number of industries; the formation, governance, and consequences of strategic alliances; organizational design and new formation in established firms; and venture capital networks and the role of networks in the creation of new firms. He is a recipient of the Kauffman Prize Medal for Distinguished Research in Entrepreneurship and of Administrative Science Quarterly's Scholarly Contribution Award for best paper.
A prolific author, Professor Stuart has published several book chapters and numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, including Administrative Science Quarterly, Strategic Management Journal, Management Science, Research Policy and Industrial and Corporate Change. He is a past or present editorial board member of these journals, and a former associate editor of the American Journal of Sociology.
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