Brad's research examines startups and the organization of innovation. His current research examines financial instruments used in entrepreneurship. Past work studied investment accelerators, an entity that supports entrepreneurs and startups, with an emphasis on mentorship. Prior to that, Brad examined the organization of the Federal Communications Commission.
financial instruments, accelerator, investment accelerators, relationship between organizational forms and innovation, entrepreneurial law, venture capital, emerging contractual forms, angel investment, entrepreneurial finance, network governance, structures for collaboration, transactional law, administrative process, revenue based financing