Series III. Research and Writing, 1969-2008, undated
Scope and Contents
This series consists of Howard H. Stevenson's research and writing files. The research files are material that Stevenson used during his research on topics such as entrepreneurship and venture capital, entrepreneurship education, small business, taxes, and wealth. The writing files are drafts and reprints of Stevenson's written works. Types of material include anonymous alumni study questionnaires and data analyses, annual reports, book chapters, cases and teaching notes, correspondence, course descriptions, drafts of written works, government publications, informational brochures and handouts, journals, newsletters, presentations, program brochures, reading lists, research articles, SEC annual reports, speeches, and syllabi. This series also contains material from Michael Moldoveanu, a research assistant to Howard H. Stevenson.
- 1969-2008, undated
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Collection is open for research. Some materials may be stored offsite; access requires advance notice.
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Extent242 linear feet (565 boxes, 27 oversize boxes, and 2 oversize items)
This series is divided into three subseries: A. Research, B. Writing, and C. Michael Moldoveanu.
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