Seminars

The goal for the seminar is to engage with leading scholars in Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management. Seminars take place Mondays at 11:30am – 1:00pm, in the MIT Sloan School of Management, E62- 450, according to the schedule below.

Date
Seminar Title / Other Information
Sep 22, 2014 From the Margins to the Core: The Legitimation Journey of John Harrison’s Marine Chronometer

Gino Cattani (NYU Stern School of Business)

Sep 29, 2014 Knowledge Spillovers from Industry to Academia: Evidence from the Agricultural Biotechnology Revolution

Eunhee Sohn (MIT)

Oct 6, 2014 State Non-compete Laws and the Market for Physician Services

Naomi Hausman (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)

Oct 27, 2014 Comobility

Matt Marx (MIT Sloan)

Nov 3, 2014 Looking Across and Looking Beyond the Knowledge Frontier: Intellectual Distance and Resource Allocation in Science

Karim Lakhani (Harvard Business School)

Nov 17, 2014 Same old song? Technological change, exploration, and performance in the music industry

Mary Benner (University of Minnesota Carlson School of Managment)

Nov 24, 2014 Creditor Rights and Innovation: Evidence from Patent Collateral

William Mann (UCLA Anderson School of Management) 

Dec 1, 2014 Roads and Innovation

Alberto Galasso (University of Toronto Rotman School of Management)

Dec 8, 2014 Hong Luo (Harvard Business School)

 

Dec 15, 2014 Bringing Data to Life: Visualizing the development of economies, cities, social networks and culture

Cesar Hidalgo (MIT Media Lab)

Feb 23, 2015 Philippe Aghion (Harvard University)

 

Mar 2, 2015 Benjamin Jones (Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management)

 

Mar 9, 2015 Heidi Williams (MIT)

 

Mar 30, 2015 Vladimir Bulovic (MIT School of Engineering)

 

Apr 6, 2015 Don Sull (MIT Sloan School of Management)

 

Apr 13, 2015 Martin Ganco (University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management)

 

Apr 27, 2015 Petra Moser (Stanford University)

 

May 4, 2015 Valerie Karplus (MIT Sloan School of Management)

 

May 11, 2015 Michael Hannan (Stanford University Graduate School of Business)