Andrew G. Earle

Assistant Professor
Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship
Phone: (603) 862-4535
Office: Management, Paul College Rm 360K, Durham, NH 03824
Andrew Earle


  • Ph.D., University of Oregon
  • M.A., Economics, Washington State University
  • M.B.A., Entrepreneurship, University of Oregon
  • B.A., Economics and Communications, Western Washington University

Courses Taught

  • ADMN 695: Independent Study
  • ADMN 703: Strategic Mgt: Decision Making
  • ADMN 982: Strategic Mgt: Decision Making
  • MGT 732: Exploratn Entrepreneurial Mgt
  • PAUL 695: Independent Study

Selected Publications

Earle, A. G. (2018). Stuck in the Middle: Using Middle-Status Conformity to Unravel Conflicting Results in Innovation Diffusion Patterns. Journal of Innovation Management, 6(1), 32-54.

Turell, Y. W., & Earle, A. G. (2018). Social entrepreneurs and field-level change: an institutional process model of social entrepreneurship. In SOCIAL INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE ENTREPRENEURSHIP (pp. 153-189). Retrieved from

Howard-Grenville, J., Nelson, A. J., Earle, A. G., Haack, J. A., & Young, D. M. (2017). “If Chemists Don’t Do It, Who Is Going To?” Peer-driven Occupational Change and the Emergence of Green Chemistry. Administrative Science Quarterly, 62(3), 524-560. doi:10.1177/0001839217690530

Earle, A. G. (2017). Expanding the Geographic Scope of University Entrepreneurship Research: Theoretical Justification and Empirical Evidence. Journal of International Management Studies, 21(1), 24-31.

Russo, M. V., Earle, A., Lahneman, B., & Tilleman, S. G. (2015). "Geography, Personal Values, and Hybrid Companies". Academy of Management Proceedings, 2015(1), 17476. doi:10.5465/ambpp.2015.17476abstract

Nelson, A., Earle, A., Howard-Grenville, J., Haack, J., & Young, D. (2014). Do innovation measures actually measure innovation? Obliteration, symbolic adoption, and other finicky challenges in tracking innovation diffusion. Research Policy, 43(6), 927-940. doi:10.1016/j.respol.2014.01.010

Earle, A. G., & Nelson, A. (n.d.). Network Structure, Network Composition and Organizational Ambidexterity: Evidence from Technology Commercialization in Chemistry. Research Policy.

Earle, A. G., Merenda, M., Short, K., Thein, M. -T., & Sedam, M. (n.d.). Lean Collaboration on Campus? A Social Network and Bricolage Approach. Advances in Engineering Education.

Most Cited Publications