Extracurricular riches

Warshaw, Michael
May 2000
Inc.;2000 State of Small Business, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p157
Looks at the decision of business school professors to quit their teaching jobs and join high-technology companies. Percentage of the faculty of Oregon State University's electrical and computer-engineering department who had quit their job to join technology firms; Ability of business school professors to enter the field of entrepreneurship; Ethical aspects of the decision.


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