Daniel Bennett joins the Entrepreneurship Department and the Center for Free Enterprise in the fall. Daniel earned his PhD in Economics from Florida State University in 2014. Most recently, he has been a Research Professor at Baylor University in the Department of Entrepreneurship, where he also served as the public lecture series manager for the Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship & Free Enterprise.
Daniel’s research expertise is in economic development an entrepreneurial ecosystems. He has published in Journal of Business Venturing, Small Business Economics, and European Journal of Political Economy, to name a few.
- PhD (Economics) Florida State University, 2014
- MA (Applied Economics) Ohio University, 2008
- BBA (Finance) Ohio University, 2005
Awards & Honors
University of Louisville
Academy of Management Annual Conference
AOM Entrepreneurship Division
Mercatus Center @ George Mason University
Florida State University Department of Economics
Research & Publications
Coups, regime transitions, and institutional consequencesJournal of Comparative Economics. October 27, 2020
Individualism, pro-market institutions, and national innovationSmall Business Economics. September 19, 2020
Has economic growth made Americans better off despite rising income inequality? Evidence from subjective well-being dataJournal of Private Enterprise. August 13, 2020