Director, Morrison Center for Entrepreneurship; Schulze Chair of Entrepreneurship : Entrepreneurship Department
B.A., Economics and Political Science, Claremont McKenna College
M.B.A., Strategic Management, University of Washington
Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Washington
- Strategic alliances
- Entrepreneurial strategy
- Technology commercialization
- Technology and innovation management
- Strategic alliances and new venture performance
- Angel investors
- Legitimacy and institutional pressures in emerging industries
What Drives New Ventures to Internationalize from Emerging Economies to Developed Economies, Yasuhiro Yamakawa, Mike W. Peng, David L. Deeds. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 32(1), January 2008.
An Examination of the Antecedents of Equity and Non-Equity Investments in US Biotechnology Firms by Foreign and Domestic Corporate Partners, Joseph Coombs, Shreeram Mudambi and David Deeds. The Journal of Business Venturing 21(4), July 2006.
"The impact of industry and organizational legitimacy on the flow of capital into high technology new ventures, " David L. Deeds, Paul Mang and Mike Frandsen. Strategic Organization 2(1), February 2004.
Exploration and exploitation alliances in biotechnology: A system of new product development, Frank Rothaermel and David L. Deeds. The Strategic Management Journal 25(3), March 2004
"The Impact of Stocks and Flows of Organizational Knowledge on Firm Performance: an empirical investigation of the biotechnology industry," Dona DeCarolis and David L. Deeds. The Strategic Management Journal. 20(10), October 1999.
"An examination of social embeddedness as a deterrent to opportunistic action in a research alliance," David L. Deeds and Charles W. L. Hill. Journal of Business Venturing, 14(2), December 1999.
"The Impact of Firm Specific Capabilities on the Amount of Capital Raised in an Initial Public Offering: Evidence From the Biotechnology Industry," David L. Deeds, Dona DeCarolis and Joseph Coombs. Journal of Business Venturing, 12(1), January 1997.
"Strategic Alliances and the Rate of New Product Development: An Empirical Study of Entrepreneurial Biotechnology Firms," David L. Deeds and Charles W. L. Hill. Journal of Business Venturing, January 1996.
Significant Scholarly Honors
The 1996 Michael H. Mescon Best Empirical Paper Award from The Entrepreneurship Division Of The National Academy of Management.
1997 NASDAQ Fellow in Capital Formation. A three month fellowship studying capital formation for small and emerging business with The Senate Small Business Committee.
1998 Best Paper Award from Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice
2000 Fast Company Award for the Best Paper on High Growth Firms at The Toronto Academy of Management Meetings
2002 Swedish School of Entrepreneurship Research Fellow
2008 Haniel Fellowship at Humboldt University in Berlin
2010 Chair of The Entrepreneurship Interest Group of The Strategic Management Society
Editorial Board Member of The Journal of Business Venturing (1999 2005, 2009 present)
Editorial Board Member of Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice (2000 present)
Editorial Board Member of Journal of Management Studies (2007 present)