Dr. Mulloth’s research areas include innovation and strategic processes within new ventures, sustainable business models, and social entrepreneurship. He is also a Visiting Faculty Fellow at National Defense University at Fort McNair, in Washington DC. Prior to moving to Charlottesville and joining the Batten School, he was an Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management at Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary and the Program Director of CEU’s experiential New York City MBA program. Prior to joining Central European University, he was the Senior Manager of New York University’s Office of Innovation Development, Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship. He holds a PhD in Technology Management from NYU Tandon School of Engineering.
Dr. Mulloth has published articles in several entrepreneurship and management journals, including the Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, Journal of Business Ethics Education, Impact Business Review, the International Journal of Innovation and Regional Development and the Journal of High Technology Management Research and has contributed chapters in books such as the Entrepreneurial University: Case Studies and Policy (Routledge), Multiple Helix Ecosystems for Sustainable Competitiveness (Springer), and Free Market in Its Twenties: Modern Business Decision Making in Central and Eastern Europe. He has conducted workshops and lecture series on social entrepreneurship in several of the transition economies of Central and Eastern Europe.