Russell E Browder

Russell E Browder
University of Oklahoma | ou · Entrepreneurship & Economic Development

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Russ Browder currently works at the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma. Russ researches entrepreneurship and innovation.
Additional affiliations
August 2020 - present
University of Oklahoma
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
August 2016 - August 2020
Baylor University
Field of study
  • Entrepreneurship
November 2005 - December 2006
IE University
Field of study

Publications

Publications (8)
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Organizations must learn to innovate in new ways when pursuing digital transformation with big data analytics (BDA). By analyzing an inter-organizational relationship where both vendor and client try to develop new products and services with BDA, this research examines the conditions under which BDA prompts organizations to explore novel innovation...
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A fundamental issue underlying facing makers and makerspace organizers is the tension between design and emergence in understanding the evolution of entrepreneurial ecosystems (EE) in American cities. As applied to entrepreneurship, three key features of an EE are first, an institutional environment characterized by (potentially) shared cultural un...
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The maker movement has been touted as a harbinger of the next industrial revolution. Through shared access to tools and digital fabrication technologies, makers can act as producers in the sharing economy and potentially increase entrepreneurship rates, catalyze advanced manufacturing, and spur economic development. We develop a model of the maker...
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The maker movement has been touted as a harbinger of the next industrial revolution. Through shared access to tools and digital fabrication technologies, makers can act as producers in the sharing economy and potentially increase entrepreneurship rates, catalyze advanced manufacturing, and spur economic development. We develop a model of the maker...
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New products or services often misalign with customer preferences, and sometimes these initial offerings must be abandoned and replaced. Factors influencing these “complete pivot” decisions are poorly understood. We use behavioral decision theory to develop a theoretical model of pivot decisions that tests our predictions via a conjoint analysis ex...
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An updated version of this paper was published in Journal of Business Venturing. The article is available at: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1YsJU38~UTXKnn . Please cite the JBV version.
Working Paper
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An updated version of this paper was accepted for publication in Journal of Business Venturing, Jan. 2019.

Projects

Projects (2)
Project
I am currently studying the maker movement, both in the United States and globally. I have visited makerspaces in Europe and the United States and I'm now doing an archival search for information about people and projects at various makerspaces. I'm very interested in hearing from other people who might also be studying the maker movement, makerspaces, and makers/hackers.