Marc-David L. Seidel
BA, MBA (Cornell), MS, PhD (Berkeley)
RBC Financial Group Professor of Entrepreneurship
Associate Professor, OBHR Division, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group
Director, W. Maurice Young Centre for Entrepreneurship & Venture Capital Research
Associate Editor, Administrative Science Quarterly
Fellow, HIBAR Research Alliance
Former Division Chair, Academy of Management OMT Division
- Bhardwaj, Arjun; Mishra, Sushanta Kumar; Qureshi, Israr; Kumar, Kunal Kamal; Konrad, Alison M.; Seidel, Marc-David L.; Bhatt, Babita (forthcoming) "Bridging Caste Divides: Middle-status Ambivalence, Elite Closure, and Lower-status Social Withdrawal" Journal of Management Studies.
- Hannigan, Timothy; Briggs, Anthony; Valadao, Rodrigo; Seidel, Marc-David L.; Jennings, P. Devereaux (forthcoming) "A New Tool for Policymakers: Mapping Cultural Possibilities in an Emerging AI Entrepreneurial Ecosystem" Research Policy.
- Seidel, Marc-David L.; Schwartz, Lyle H.; Jordan, Gretchen B. (2020) "HIBAR Research: The Frontier Is Actually an Ecosystem" Issues in Science and Technology (August 14, 2020).
- Lam, Laura, and Seidel, Marc-David L. (2020) "Hypergrowth Exit Mindset: Destroying Societal Wellbeing Through Venture Capital Biased Social Construction of Value" Journal of Management Inquiry, Volume 29:4(471-474).
- Seidel, Marc-David L. (2018) "Questioning Centralized Organizations in a Time of Distributed Trust" Journal of Management Inquiry, Volume 27:1(40-44).
- Houshmand, Marjan; Seidel, Marc-David L.; Ma, Dennis G. (2017) "The Impact of Adolescent Work in Family Business on Child-Parent Relationships and Psychological Well-being"Family Business Review, Volume 30:3(242-261).
- Seidel, Marc-David L., and Greve, Henrich R. (2017) "Emergence: How Novelty, Growth, and Formation Shape Organizations and Their Ecosystems"Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume 50(1-27).
- Seidel, Marc-David L. (2017) "Network Opportunity Emergence and Identification"Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume 50(141-168).
- Greve, Henrich R., and Seidel, Marc-David L. (2015) "The Thin Red Line between Success and Failure: Path Dependence in the Diffusion of Innovative Production Technologies"Strategic Management Journal, Volume 36:4(475-496). Featured in Harvard Business Review "Being Early Beats Being Better", June 2014(30-31).