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Robert Neal Eberhart
Associate Director of Research on Entrepreneurship and Society, Graduate School of Business - Academic Administration
BioRobert N. Eberhart is the Associate Director of Research on Entrepreneurship and Society in the Graduate School of Busines. He is also a visiting professor at Kobe University and a research associate at Columbia University. His research interests focus on theories of institutional change and the role of institutions on new venture performance. Professor Eberhart's academic publications include topics such as new theoretical constructs on how institutional change has complex effects on new firms and entrepreneurs. His publications appear in Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, Strategy Science, and other journals. He appeared on NPR's Marketplace, ABC News, and has been quoted in the New York Times, the Financial Times, Forbes, NPR, the Nikkei Weekly, and the Nihon Keizai Shimbun. Dr. Eberhart is also an academic advisor to the American Chamber of Commerce's Task Force on New Growth Strategies as well as the Japan Innovation Network. He is a member of the Academy of Management, the Institute of New Economic Theory, the International Society for New Institutional Economics, and an advisor to Japan's Board of Director's Training Institute. He lectures in classes on Japanese business and entrepreneurship at Stanford University, New York University, University of Tokyo, and Kobe University.