Peter Klein Named Outstanding Professor by Baylor University

By: Mises Institute
Peter Klein

Congratulations to Mises Senior Fellow Peter G. Klein for being recognized by Baylor University as an Outstanding Professor for 2017-2018. In particular, Dr. Klein was credited for his scholarship as the W. W. Caruth Chair and Professor of Entrepreneurship, and Senior Research Fellow with the Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship & Free Enterprise. 

His works the past year includes:

Stakeholders and Corporate Social Responsibility: An Ownership Perspective: Emerald Insight, February 2018 (coauthors: Nicolai Foss). 

“Business Law and the Austrian Theory of the Firm,” , Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, December 2017, pp. 325-346 (coauthors: Peter J. Boettke, Todd J. Zywicki, Thomas A. Lambert). 

“Uncertainty Types and Transitions in the Entrepreneurial Process,” Organization Science, Vol. 28, No. 5, (October 2017), pp. 840-856 (coauthors: Mark D Packard). 

“Entrepreneurial Discovery or Creation? In Search of the Middle Ground,” Academy of Management Review, Vol. 42, No. 4, (October 2017), pp. 735-737 (coauthors: Nicolai J Foss). 

“The Effects of Academic Incubators on University Innovation,” Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Vol. 11, No. 2, (June 2017), pp. 145-170 (coauthors: Christos Kolympiris). 

“Entrepreneurial Traits, Formal Institutions, and the Motivation to Engage in Entrepreneurial Action,” (May 2017) (coauthors: Boris Nikolaev, Christopher Boudreaux). 

“Organizational Governance Adaptation: Who Is In, Who Is Out, and Who Gets What,” Academy of Management Review, (2017) (coauthors: Joseph T Mahoney, Anita M McGahan, Christos Pitelis). 

“Uncovering the Hidden Transaction Costs of Market Power: A Property Rights Approach to Strategic Positioning,” Managerial and Decision Economics, (2017) (coauthors: Kirsten Foss, Nicolai Foss). 

“My Contributions to Entrepreneurship Theory,” , London: Routledge, 2017. 

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