Lawrence N. Field Professor of Entrepreneurship and Department Chair
Academic Director, Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship and Small Business
BA Columbia University 1972 MBA Columbia University 1975 MA Columbia University 1978 PhD Columbia University 1980
Areas of Expertise:
Entrepreneurship, Minority Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Education, Economics of Regulated Industries
Rogoff, E.G. (2012). "Entrepreneurship Databases: Illuminating Processes, Describing Phenomena and Steering Research," Entrepreneurship Research Journal, 2(4), 30 pp.
Shinnars, R.S, Cho, S., Rogoff, E.G. (2013). "Outcomes of Family Involvement in minority owned family businesses," Journal of Family Business Strategy, 4(1), pp. 22-33
Schulman, S. A. & Rogoff, E. G. (2011)." The Technology Enabled Entrepreneur: Today’s Hope for a Better Tomorrow". Entrepreneurship Research Journal, 1(4), pp. 1-5.
Rogoff, Edward G., and David Carroll, The Second Chance Revolution: Entrepreneurship After 50. 2009, New York: Rowhouse Publishing.
Rogoff, Edward G., Bankable Business Plans, 2nd Edition. 2007, New York: Rowhouse Publishing.
Rogoff, Edward G. and Michael Corbett, with Perry-Lynn Moffitt, The Entrepreneurial Conversation. 2006, West Palm Beach: Pinnacle Press.
Chair, Narendra Paul Loomba Department of Management, 2008-Present
Director, The City University of NewYork Research Foundation, 2013-Present
Consultant on Entrepreneurship and Economics, World Bank, 2013-Present
Awards, Honors, etc.:
Outstanding Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year, United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 2010.
Poets and Quandts (Website) listing of Bankable Business Plans as one of the 100 Best Business Books of All Time, 2010.
Exceptional Contribution in Entrepreneurship Research Award, Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers, 2008.
Axiom Business Book Award, Silver Medal for Bankable Business Plans, 2007.
Axiom Business Book Award, Bronze Medal for The Entrepreneurial Conversation, 2007.