Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Wharton
Entreprenuership and Innovation at Wharton
Elevating the impact of business research in entrepreneurship and innovation
Wharton's research on entrepreneurship and innovation explores the emergence, performance, and impact of new technologies, products, business models, firms, and innovation ecosystems. These elements operate at multiple levels, spanning individuals and teams, corporations and startups, as well as regions, industries, and countries. By thoroughly analyzing risks and opportunities inherent to innovation and entrepreneurship, we assess the economic and social consequences for all stakeholders in order to find impactful, technology-informed solutions to today’s pressing societal challenges.
Areas of Focus
Evolution of Technologies and Industries
Innovation Ecosystems and Partnerships
Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Resources for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
As the undisputed leader in published academic business research, Wharton delivers tangible solutions that transform business practices and grow economic opportunities for all.
Knowledge at Wharton
Dive into topical articles, podcasts, and videos through Wharton’s online business journal.
Amazon’s success makes scaling up look easy, but Wharton’s Gad Allon explains how complicated it is for firms to align timing, leadership, and strategy to achieve growth.Read More
Wharton Interactive founders Sarah Toms and Ethan Mollick explain how new alternate reality courses use online gaming to teach business and leadership lessons beyond the classroom.Read More
Startup founders are often fired by investors who want the company to steer into a new direction, yet new research from Wharton’s Danny Kim shows that these entrepreneurs have what it takes to effect change.Read More
Entrepreneur Glenn Stearns joins the show to talk about his new book and his path to success.Read More
Centers, Initiatives & More
Recent Research From Pillar Faculty
Meet some of the Wharton faculty doing impactful work for Entrepreneurship & Innovation.
Vice Dean of Entrepreneurship
Exequiel (Zeke) Hernandez
J. Daniel Kim