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Brian P. Reschke (Ph.D. UC Berkeley) is an assistant professor of entrepreneurship at the Marriott School. He studies the social and cognitive processes whereby markets evaluate novel products, ideas, and organizations. In recent projects, he has studied status hierarchies, social network dynamics, and the role of language in crowdfunding campaigns. His research augments traditional methodological approaches with insights from computer science. He has a deep appreciation for the educational opportunities at BYU, where he earned a BS management degree in OBHR. When not working, Reschke enjoys running, baking, hiking, reading, and spending time with wife, Cami, and three children.
- Doctor of Philosophy, Business Administration, , University of California, Berkeley, 2015
- Masters of Science, Business Administration, , University of California, Berkeley, 2012
- Strategic Management Society 2017
- Academy of Management 2009
- "The Matthew Effect and the Lucan Lawyer: The Ecological Consequences of Status Shocks", Journal of Management Inquiry, SAGE Publications, 2017.
- "Status Spillovers: The Effect of Status-conferring Prizes on the Allocation of Attention", Administrative Science Quarterly, Volume Forthcoming, SAGE Publications, 2017.
- Berkeley Haas Dissertation Fellowship , Walter A. Haas School of Business , 2014
- Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology Leadership Council Committee/Council Member January, 2016
- Management Science Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer July, 2016
- Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management Conference-Related Role August, 2014
- Academy of Management Reviewer, Ad Hoc Reviewer January, 2011
- Death and Innovation: The Effect of Mortality Salience on Scientific Research - Wharton School - People and Organizations Conference - 2017
- Death by Review? The Curatorial Role of Review Articles and the Fates of Scientific Fields - Yale School of Management - Junior Organization Theory Conference - 2017
- Reflected Glory or Lost in Shadows? How Network Proximity to Stars Influences the Attainment of Stardom - - Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - 2017
- Labels and the Returns to Typicality - Academy of Management - Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - 2016
- Reflected Glory or Lost in Shadows? How Network Proximity to Stars Influences the Attainment of Stardom - INSEAD - INSEAD Network Evolution Conference - 2016
- Status Spillovers - Foster School of Business, University of Washington - West Coast Research Symposium on Technology Entrepreneurship - 2016
- Status Spillovers - Brigham Young University and University of Utah - Winter Strategy Conference - 2016
- The Valuation of Market Talk and the Limits or License of Labels - - Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - 2015