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Andrew Fultz

 
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Andrew E F Fultz
Assistant Professor, Marketing and Management

Andrew Fultz, Ph.D, studies entrepreneurship and resourceful behaviors in the context of small, resource-constrained, stigmatized, and otherwise disadvantaged organizations. Dr. Fultz is interested in understanding how and why these organizations emerge, achieve sustainable operations, and increase their effectiveness and impact. Dr. Fultz has a particular interest in various forms of prosocial organizing. To this end, his dissertation explores mutual influence between small prosocial ventures and broader social movements in order to jointly contextualize processes of entrepreneurship and social activism. Several related projects explore in greater depth processes of prosocial venture emergence, as well as entrepreneurship in contexts of disadvantage. Extending this interest in resourcefulness, he is also conducting (with Keith Hmieleski) two studies that link bricolage and improvisation to the growth of organizational capabilities and performance in young ventures.

KEYWORDS

  1. Entrepreneurship
  2. Social movements
  3. Organizational capabilities
  4. Organization theory
  5. Grounded theory
  6. Survey methods