Romi Kher is an Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship at Baruch College, City University Of New York with research interests in new venture creation, entrepreneurial risk preferences and decision-making under uncertainty. At Baruch College, Romi is a small business advisor for the Manhattan SBDC, Faculty Director of the MakerHub and teaches courses in entrepreneurial strategy, social entrepreneurship and the startup bootcamp. He is the founder of 10GoodMinutes.com and a co-facilitator of Flip The Switch workshop series that enables technology adoption in the classroom. Romi holds a PhD in Applied Economics & Management from Cornell University.
Kher, Romi, Streeter, Deborah, & Just, David R., “The ‘Good Job’ trap: Opportunity cost as a deterrent to immediate venture creation.” International Review of Entrepreneurship, Vol. 10, Issue 4, 2012-2013.
Kher, Romi, Streeter, Deborah, “Greenlight Planet: Made in China or Made in India?” Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies, Vol. 19, 2013.
Kher, Romi, Just, David R., & Streeter, Deborah, “Do entrepreneurship courses change an individual’s attitude toward new venture creation? Results of a quantitative assessment of the Cornell entrepreneurship program,” International Review of Entrepreneurship, Vol. 9: Issue 4, 2011.
Streeter, Deborah, Kher, Romi & Jaquette, John P., “University-wide trends in entrepreneurship education and the rankings: A dilemma,” Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, Vol. 14, 2011.
Kher, Romi & Streeter, Deborah. “Global loans in entrepreneurship (GLIE): ready, set, disaster,” Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies Collection, 2011.
Ed and Janet Heslop graduate fellowship for entrepreneurship, 2008-2012
CALS Outstanding graduate T.A. award, 2010-2011
Warren Award for outstanding research, 2010