APEC 3551 - Concept Design and Value-Added Entrepreneurship in Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences.
APEC 3451 - Food and Agricultural Sales
AECM 2221W - Foundations in Leadership Practice
My research interests are focused on the creative and cognitive processes innovators use to create a novel product or service concepts. This includes both the entrepreneurial thinking methods used to identify opportunities and create value and the behavioral economic implications of how consumers respond to these concepts. My latest work is in the area of concept design and the use of analytical techniques such as latent semantic analysis and correspondence analysis in predicting consumer response.
Stamp, J.A. 2016. What entrepreneurship educators do not understand about creativity and how to teach it. In: Morris, M.H. and Liguori, E. (ed) Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy, Edward Elgar Publishing.
Mitchell, R.K., Smith, J.B, Stamp, J.A., and Carlson, J. 2015. Organizing Creativity: Lessons From the Eureka! Ranch Experience. In: Hitt, M.J. (ed) Oxford Handbook of Creativity, Oxford University Press.
Robb, C., Brannback, M., Carsrud, A. L. and Stamp, J.A. 2014. Is Growth a Dirty Word? How Non-Profit CEOs View Growth, Finance, and Strategy. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. 2014(1):17141.
Robb-Post, C., Stamp, J.A., Bräanback, M., Carsrud, A. and Ostermark, R. 2011. Do gooders versus good doers: An empirical examination of growth and profitability in social entrepreneurship. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 31(19):5.
Meyskens, M., Robb-Post, C., Stamp, J.A., Carsrud, A., and Reynolds, P. 2010. Social ventures from a resource-based perspective: An exploratory study assessing global Ashoka Fellows. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 34(4):661-680.
Robb-Post, C., Stamp, J.A., Bräanback, M., and Carsrud, A. 2010. Social Rent Generation in Social Entrepreneurship: How Competitive Advantage Becomes Contributive Advantage. ICSB World Conference Proceedings; Washington: 2-30. International Council for Small Business (ICSB).
Silveragel, C., Schultz, R.R., and Stamp, J.A. 2006. The Evolution of an Entrepreneurship Curriculum Based on Experience and Best Practices., The NCIIA Annual Conference Journal pg 91-100.
Honors and Awards
Indiana Distinguished Innovators Award, Kelley School of Business, University of Indiana, 2018
Excellence in Entrepreneurship Education Award, Acton Foundation, 2008
Best Reviewer Award, USASBE Education Division Annual Conference, 2006
George Land World-Class Innovator Award, Innovation Network and Fast Company Magazine, 2001