Justin I. Miller, assistant professor, received his PhD in Management from the Stern School of Business at New York University. He also earned an MPA from the School of Public Affairs, Baurch College, City University of New York, an MS in E-Commerce from National University in San Diego and a JD from the School of Law, University of San Diego. He has extensive managerial and entrepreneurship experience in technology and Internet start-up companies, including co-founding two companies. Some of his research interests include financial entrepreneurship, organizational theory, economic sociology and industry emergence and evolution. He received numerous awards and recognition during graduate school, including the Best Paper Award at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting for his paper Corporate Social Resposibility: Institutional Response to Labor, Legal and Shareholder Environments, and was named a Finalist in the INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition.
Areas of Expertise
- Financial Entrepreneurship
- Industry Emergence, Evolution, and Failure
- Institutional Theory
- Regulatory Theory
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- PhD, Management, New York University
- MPA, Baruch College, City University of New York
- MS, E-Commerce, National University
- JD, University of San Diego
- BS, Economics, United States Naval Academy
BUSMHR 2500 - Entrepreneurship
Assesses economical, sociological, and psychological foundations of entrepreneurship and its impact on society.
Prereq: Not open to students with credit for BusMHR 290. GE soc sci human, nat, and econ resources course.
BUSMHR 3510.01 - New Venture Creation
Examines the creation of businesses in the face of uncertainty.
Prereq: 2500 (290). Not open to students with credit for 490 or 490.01.