Stauffer Professor since 2021.
Senior Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Saïd Business School.
Prof. Harrison’s research and teaching concerns entrepreneurship and leadership in an entrepreneurial context. He is a member of the Oxford Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Brasenose College, Oxford. He teaches entrepreneurship (pre-start-up, opportunity recognition and business planning) and leadership (especially in entrepreneurial contexts) to executives and students, as well as in MBA and undergraduate programs. He also conducts research on the intersection of business and social issues, and on projects related to business education, particularly for women entrepreneurs in Muslim communities. He holds a BA in literature from Yale University, a PhD in English literature and Indian history from Cambridge University, and an MBA from London Business School.
Before joining Saїd Business School in 2008, he taught entrepreneurship and strategy at the European Business School in London and was director of the Emerging Leaders program at London Business School. He has also taught literature and history at New York University and Birkbeck College, University of London.
He is a founding member of the Pan European Entrepreneurship Research Group, an association of researchers based at Paris-Dauphine University working on European entrepreneurship and higher education.
Professors from University of Oxford – Saïd Business School, one of the world’s most prestigious academic institutions, will present an exclusive program created especially for the Stauffer Center for Strings on the topics of music leadership.