Rick Hunt, Assistant Professor

Contact Info
rahunt@mines.edu
Office: Engineering Hall, Room 310
Phone: 303.273.3925
Fax: 303.273.3416

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Education
PhD     Strategy and Entrepreneurship, University of Colorado
MBA   Stanford University
MTS    Harvard University
BA      Rice University

 

Courses Taught

EBGN 360 Entrepreneurship
EBGN 585 Engineering & Technology Mgmt Capstone

 

Recent Publications

Hunt, R.A. and L.L. Ortiz-Hunt. (Forthcoming - 2017) “Entrepreneurial Round Tripping: The Benefits of Newness and Smallness in Multi-Directional Value Creation”. Management Decision, 55(3).

Hunt, R.A. and K. Kiefer. (Forthcoming - 2017) “The Entrepreneurship Industry: Influences of the Goods and Services Marketed to Entrepreneurs.” Journal of Small Business Management.

Hunt, R.A. and B. Fund. (2016) “Intergenerational Fairness and the Crowding Out Effects of Well-Intended Environmental Policy.”  Journal of Management Studies, 53(5): 878-910.

Hunt, R.A. (2015) “Contagion Entrepreneurship: Institutional Support, Strategic Incoherence and the Social Costs of Over-Entry.” Journal of Small Business Management. 53(10): 5 - 29.

Hunt, R.A. and Y. Song. (2015) “Internationalizing Entrepreneurs: Bridging Real Options Reasoning and Affordable Loss Logics.” In John Humphreys (Ed.), Best Paper Proceedings of the Seventy-fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Online ISSN: 2151-6561.

Hunt, R.A. and E. Asgari. (2015) “The Curious Case of Corporate Spin-ins: Generating Profits or Problems?” Full Paper published in Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Volume 35(13): 2.

Hunt, R.A. and B. Fund. (2015) “Crowding Out Effects of Well-Intended Environmental Policies.” Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Volume 35(11): 1-15.

Hunt, R.A. and K. Kiefer. (2015) “The Entrepreneurship Industry: Influences of the Goods and Services Marketed to Entrepreneurs.” In John Humphreys (Ed.), Best Paper Proceedings of the Seventy-fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Online ISSN: 2151-6561.

Hunt, R.A. (2013) “Entrepreneurial Tweaking: Technology Diffusion through Secondary Inventions and Design Modifications by Start-Ups.” European Journal of Innovation Management, 16 (2): 148 – 170.

Hunt, R.A. (2013) “Priming The Pump: Demand-side Drivers of Entrepreneurial Activity.” Full Paper published in Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Volume 33(14): 472-487.

Hunt, R.A. and B.R. Fund. (2012) “Entrepreneurship through Acquisition: Financing the Revitalization of Existing Business Systems.” Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance, 16 (1): 29 - 56.

Hunt, R.A. and K. Kiefer. (2012) “Parity, Paternalism and Peonage in the Informal Economy.” Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management, doi:10.5465/AMBPP 2015 (50).

Hunt, R.A. and D. Lerner. (2012) “Reassessing the Entrepreneurial Spinoff Performance Advantage: A Natural Experiment Involving A Complete Population.” Full Paper published in Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Volume 32 (12): 468 – 482.

Hunt, R.A. (2012) “Entrepreneurial Tweaking: Technology Diffusion through Secondary Inventions and Design Modifications by Start-Ups.” Full Paper published in Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Volume 32 (15): 570 – 584.

 

Research Interests
Market Entry and Survival Strategies
Innovation
Knowledge Problems
Entrepreneurship through Acquisition
Entrepreneurship as an Industry
Organizational Theory
New Institutional Economics 

Affiliations
Academy of Management
Strategic Management Society
American Economic Association
Society for Institutional & Organizational Economics

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