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Robert Eberhart

Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Santa Clara University
Robert N. Eberhart is an Assistant Professor of Management at Santa Clara University and a research scholar at Stanford where he directs the Project on Japanese Entrepreneurship. He is also a visiting professor at Kobe University. His research interests focuses on theories of institutional change and role of institutions on new venture performance. He also studies comparative corporate governance of growth companies. Professor Eberhart's academic publications include topics such as new theoretical constructs on how institutional change has complex effects on new firms and entrepreneurs. Professor Eberhart won awards for the BPS Outstanding Dissertation Award from the Academy of Management, Best Paper Proceeding of the 2012 Academy of Management, and from the Fondation France-Japon de l'EHESS. From 1999 to 2007, Dr. Eberhart founded and led a successful Japanese start-up, WineInStyle. Professor Eberhart earned his Ph.D. in Management Science from Stanford University.
Global Japan
OCT 22, 2014

Entrepreneurship in Japan: Where does Growth Come from?

By Robert Eberhart, Fujiyo Ishiguro, Shinichi Takamiya, Vachara Phanchet and Georges Desvaux. < Session Title > G1 Global Conference 2014 Breakout Session II…