Scott L. Newbert, PhD, is the Lawrence N. Field Chair in Entrepreneurship and the Academic Director of the Lawrence N. Field Programs in Entrepreneurship at Baruch College, City University of New York.
Dr. Newbert’s research interests include the processes by which existing and nascent firms create value through the entrepreneurial use of resources, the determinants of firm creation, and the socioeconomic impacts of entrepreneurial activity. Dr. Newbert has authored more than 100 scholarly papers on these and related topics, many of which have been published in the world’s leading academic journals and cited in popular media outlets.
Dr. Newbert also serves as a field editor for Journal of Business Venturing, the top-ranked journal in the field of entrepreneurship, and an editorial board member and reviewer for several other high quality academic journals and conferences. In addition to his academic endeavors, Dr. Newbert provides consulting services to non-profit and for-profit organizations, serving clients including the United States and Dutch governments and Sandia National Laboratories.
He is available to comment on:
- Entrepreneurial networks
- Design thinking
- Resource acquisition
- Start-up process
- Strategic management
Prior to joining Zicklin, he was a Professor of Management at Villanova University, where he held term appointments as the Harry Halloran Emerging Scholar in Social Entrepreneurship and the Anne Quinn Welsh Faculty Fellow in Honors.
Prof. Newbert received his PhD in entrepreneurship and strategic management from Rutgers University, an MBA from Rutgers, and a BA from Colgate University.
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The motivational drivers underlying for-profit venture creation: Comparing social and commercial entrepreneurs.
Details Year: 2018 Published in: International Small Business Journal: Researching Entrepreneurship, 36: 220-241. Cited as: Clark, K. D., Newbert, S. L., & Quigley, N. R. 2018. The motivational drivers underlying for-profit venture cre- ation: Comparing social and commercial entrepreneurs. International Small Business Journal: Researching Entrepreneurship, 36: 220-241. Abstract Despite the increase in scholarship on social [...]