Faculty and Staff
Title/s: Associate Professor
Office #: Schreiber 618
Uğur Uygur is the Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at Quinlan School of Business. His research and teaching revolve around judgment of new ideas. Recently his work has appeared in Journal of Small Business Management, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, and Journal of Social Entrepreneurship. Prior to his academic life, he worked at software start-ups and consulted with entrepreneurial ventures.
Uygur, U. & Kim, S.M. “Evolution of Entrepreneurial Judgment with Venture-Specific Experience,” Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 10(2): 169-193, 2016
Uygur, U. “A Cognitive Explanation of Entrepreneurial Judgment: Opportunity as Analogy,” Journal of Small Business Management, in press
Varma, A., Aycan, Z., Budhwar, P., Pichler, S., Uygur, U., & Paluch, R. “Host country national willingness to support expatriates: An investigation in Turkey,” European Journal of International Management, 10(6): 605-623, 2016
Harris, D., Derdak, T., Lash N., Uygur U., Welch, M. & Tuncay Zayer, L. “Alliance for Social Enterprise: A Framework to Develop Social Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies,” Journal of Strategic Management Education, 9(4): 113-132, 2013
Uygur, U. “Determinants of Causal Ambiguity and Difficulty of Knowledge Transfer within the Firm,” Journal of Management & Organization, 19(6): 742-755, 2013
Uygur, U., A.M. Marcoux. "The Added Complexity of Social Entrepreneurship: A Knowledge-Based Approach." Journal of Social Entrepreneurship. 4.2 (2013). 132-152.