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Explore journal articles based on CES-supported research projects and other entrepreneurial research and insights from Stanford GSB faculty.

Stanford GSB Research on Entrepreneurship

Mie Augier, James G. March, Andrew W. Marshall
Organizational Science. July
2015, Vol. 26, Issue 4, Pages 1140-1161
Jesper B. Sørensen, Amanda Sharkey
American Sociological Review.
2014, Vol. 79, Pages 328-349
Glenn R. Carroll, Mi Feng, Jeroen Kuilman
Sociological Science.
2014
Saumitra Jha
Business and Politics.
2013, Vol. 15, Issue 1, Pages 117–136
Jesper B. Sørensen, Damon Phillips
Industrial and Corporate Change.
2011, Vol. 20, Pages 1277-1304
George Foster
World Economic Forum.
2011
Jesper B. Sørensen, Magali Fassiotto
Organization Science.
2011, Vol. 22, Pages 1322-1331
Antonio Davila, George Foster, Ning Jia
California Management Review. March
2010, Vol. 52, Issue 3, Pages 79-105
Jesper B. Sørensen, Ramana Nanda
Management Science.
2010, Vol. 56, Pages 1116-1126

Entrepreneurship Insights by Stanford Business

May 3, 2016
Can a community model help first-time homebuyers?
An illustration of a "for sale" sign in front of a house. | Tricia Seibold (source: iStock/FrankRamspott)
April 29, 2016
Why the founder of Huffington Post wants everyone to get more shut-eye.
Arianna Huffington | Photo by Natalie White
April 25, 2016
How the death of fellow Marine inspired a veteran to start his own business.
Nick Karnaze, founder of stubble and 'stache | Courtesy
April 21, 2016
Want to spot a unicorn? Look for the horse running against the herd.
Horses running downhill; one running the opposite direction | iStock/graffoto8
April 12, 2016
A Navy SEAL turned businessman discusses teamwork, design thinking, and strategy.
person parachuting
March 29, 2016
The entrepreneurs who launched Netflix, Instagram, and others explain what they learned on the way up.
A plane "sky writes" a smiley face in the sky. | Reuters/David McNew
March 28, 2016
A fund helps startups in sub-Saharan Africa rise from obscurity.
A customer conducts a mobile money transfer, known as M-Pesa, inside the Safaricom mobile phone care centre in the central business district of Kenya's capital Nairobi | Reuters/Thomas