• PHONE: 617-358-5864
  • EMAIL:  jalipuma@bu.edu
  • OFFICE: 502 (BSR)
  • OFFICE HOURS: By Appointment
  • ADDRESS: 143 Bay State Rd, Room 502, Boston, MA 02215
  • EDUCATION Open or Close

    DBA, Boston University, Strategy and Policy, 2007.

    MBA, SUNY at Buffalo, Finance; Management Science, 1982.

    BS MAGNA CUM LAUDE, SUNY College at Buffalo, Mathematics, 1978.

  • CURRENT COURSESOpen or Close

    GSM SI856 A1 International Entrepreneurship

    SMG SI422 B1 Strategy, Innovation, and Global Competition

    SMG SI422 D1 Strategy, Innovation, and Global Competition

  • PUBLICATIONSOpen or Close

    JOURNAL ARTICLES:

      Park, S., LiPuma, J., & Prange, C. (2015). Venture capitalist and entrepreneur knowledge of new venture internationalization: A review of knowledge components. International Small Business Journal, 33(8), 901-928.

      LiPuma, J., & Park, S. (2014). Venture Capitalists’ Risk Mitigation of Portfolio Company Internationalization. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 38(5), 1183-1205.

      LiPuma, J., Newbert, S., & Doh, J. (2013). The effect of institutional quality on firm export performance in emerging economies: A contingency model of firm age and size. Small Business Economics, 40(40), 817–841.

      LiPuma, J. (2012). Internationalization and the IPO performance of new ventures. Journal of Business Research, 7(65), 914-921.

      LiPuma, J. (2006). Independent venture capital, corporate venture capital, and the internationalisation intensity of technology-based portfolio firms. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal , 2(2), 245-260.

      Park, S., LiPuma, J., & Park, S. (Accepted). Concentrating Too Hard? Foreign and Corporate Venture Capital Involvement in Syndicates. Journal of Small Business Management,

      Hoehn-Weiss, M., & LiPuma, J. Too Much of a Good Thing: How Alliances and Corporate VC Affect New-Venture Internationalization. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal,

    BOOKS:

      Ball, E., & LiPuma, J. (2012). Unlocking the Ivory Tower: How Management Reserach Can Transform Your Business. Palo Alto: Kauffman Fellows Press.

    BOOK CHAPTERS:

      LiPuma, J., & Prange, C. (2015). Institutional Impact on Small Venture Exporting: Differences between Developed and Emerging Market Economies, in Small Business in a Global Economy: Creating and Managing Successful Organizations, Newbert, Scott, : ABC-CLIO.

      LiPuma, J. (2014). Venture Capital and International Entrepreneurship, in The Routledge Companion to International Entrepreneurship, S. Prashantham and S. Fernhaber, : Taylor & Francis Group.

      LiPuma, J. (2010). in Corporate Venture Capital and the International Intensity of Portfolio Companies Hauppauge: J.F. Tollington (Ed.), The Role of Corporate Venture Capital in Innovation; Book Series: Business Economics in a Rapidly Changing World.

      LiPuma, J., & Fayolle, A. (2009). in Fayolle, A. and LiPuma, J.A. 2009. “Assessing Venture Capital Funding for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises.” In London, UK: C. Gardner (Ed.), Qfinance: The Ultimate Resource; Bloomsbury Information Ltd.

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

      Hoehn-Weiss, M., & LiPuma, J. (2008). Better in Pairs? Interactions between Alliances and Corporate Venture Capital on New Venture Internationalization. Wellesley: A. Zacharakis et al., (Eds.), Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2008.

  • RESEARCH PRESENTATIONSOpen or Close

    ACCEPTED LECTURES:

      LiPuma, J. (Presenter & Author), & Park, S. (Author Only). Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, How to Concentrate Less: Foreign and Corporate Venture Capital Involvement in Syndicates, Babson Park, MA. (June 9, 2016).

      LiPuma, J. (Presenter & Author), & Prange, C. (Author Only). Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Economic Development Level and the Institutional Impact on New Venture Exporting, Babson Park, MA. (June 9, 2016).

  • GENERAL SERVICEOpen or Close

    SERVICE TO THE SCHOOL:

      International, QST, Other Questrom Service Area, Mentor. (June 1, 2015 - August 12, 2016).
      Mentored two entrepreneurial ventures participating in the Summer Startup Camp 2015 and 2016