Moesel, D., J. Fiet, & L. Busenitz (2001). "Embedded fitness landscapes - Part I: How venture capitalists map highly subjective risk." Venture Capital, 3(2), forthcoming.
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Douglas Moesel is an Associate Professor in the Management Department at the Robert J. Trulaske Sr. College of Business, University of Missouri - Columbia. Professor Moesel is a member of the Academy of Management, the Strategic Management Society, and United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. His teaching and research interests include strategic management, entrepreneurship, and innovation. His research has been published in several journals including the Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of High Technology Management Research, Managerial Finance, Research in Organization Change and Development, and Venture Capital.
EducationPhD, Texas A&M University, 1996; MS Oklahoma State University, 1985; BS, Oklahoma State University, 1983
Moesel, D., & J. Fiet (2001). "Embedded fitness landscapes - Part III: Experiential learning of venture capitalists." Venture Capital, 3(3), forthcoming.
Moesel, D., & J. Fiet (2001). "Embedded fitness landscapes - Part II: Cognitive representation of venture capitalists." Venture Capital, 3(3), forthcoming.
Fiet, J., L. Busenitz, D. Moesel, & J. Barney (1997). "Complementary theoretical perspectives on the dismissal of new venture team members." Journal of Business Venturing, 12(5), pp. 347-366.
Busenitz, L., D. Moesel, J. Fiet,, & J. Barney (1997). "The framing of perceptions of fairness in the relationship between venture capitalists and new venture teams." Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 21(3), pp. 5-21.