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Dr. Supradeep Dutta

Assistant Professor

Office: BSB 410

Phone: (856) 225-6852

Ph.D., Purdue University

Dr. Supradeep Dutta joined the Management area of the Rutgers School of Business–Camden in 2021. He earned a B.E. in Production and Industrial Engineering from Delhi College of Engineering and his Ph.D. in Management from Purdue University. Previously, he served as an Assistant Professor at the University of Buffalo (SUNY). Dr. Dutta’s research focuses on markets for technology, innovation, IP regulations, patent litigation, private equity (venture capital, angels, crowdfunding), Federal grants (NIH, NSF, SBIR), mergers and acquisition, and risk behavior. In addition to his research appearing in high quality journals, like the Journal of Business Venturing, Academy of Management Discoveries, and Entrepreneurship, Theory, and Practice, he has received several research awards.

Research Interests: Markets for technology, Innovation, IP Regulations, Patent litigation Private equity (venture capital, angels, crowdfunding), Federal grants (NIH, NSF, SBIR), Mergers and acquisition, Risk behavior

Courses Taught: Business Policy & Strategy; Innovation Processes; Technology Entrepreneurship

Representative Publications:

  • Dutta, Supradeep; Folta, Timothy B; Rodrigues, Jenna. 2020. Does government fund the best entrepreneurial ventures?: The case of the Small Business Innovation Research Program. Academy of Management Discoveries, forthcoming. (To be featured in National Academy of Sciences review of SBIR program at the NSF)
  • Courtney, Christopher; Dutta, Supradeep; Li, Yong. 2017. Resolving Information Asymmetry: Signaling, Endorsement, and Crowdfunding Success. Entrepreneurship, Theory, and Practice, 41(2): 265-290. (Contributed significantly to enhance the Journal Impact Factor).
  • Dutta, Supradeep; Folta, Timothy B. 2016. A comparison of the effect of angels and venture capitalists on innovation and value creation. Journal of Business Venturing, 31(1): 39-54. (Most cited paper at JBV in 2016).
  • Dutta, Supradeep. 2015. “Information asymmetry and acquirer returns: Dual effect of Venture Capital affiliation”. In John Humphreys (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seventy-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management Online ISSN: 2151-6561. – Received the Distinguished Best Paper Award (AOM 2015).

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