This AIMS event will reveal initiatives launched at the Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) to connect with Stanford technical Schools, highlight the role of scientists and engineers in technology-driven business innovation, and inform about entrepreneurship programs available at the GSB for PhDs from all disciplines.
Peter Reiss is an industrial organization economist and applied econometrician. His research studies how technology, consumer tastes, and industry structure affect firms ' competitive positions. In recent work, he has examined multi-part pricing policies, strategic entry and entry deterrence strategies, and the organization of securities, energy and airline markets. He also does research on statistical issues that arise in applied economic research. Peter Reiss is the MBA Class of 1963 Professor of Economics at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He received his MA, MPhil, and PhD in economics from Yale University, and a BA in applied mathematics and economics from Brown University. Professor Reiss is currently a co-Director of the Business School's Center For Entrepreneurial Studies (CES) and Director of the Summer Institute for Entrepreneurship (SIE) and the Program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship (PRIE).
PRIE article in Summer 2011 POSTDOCket, read p9!
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