On occasion, my work reaches public media in various forms, sometimes as ‘takes’, sometimes as substantive interviews, sometimes as something else. Here are links to those occasions.
Stuff I am actually involved in
Our paper on Slow Management was featured in a piece on Phys.org.
I was interviewed by YouTuber Coffeezilla about Fake Entrepreneurs.
My department has a podcast called Hallway Conversations, and I was interviewed about “The rise of the Veblenian Entrepreneur”.
My co-author André Spicer presented some of our work and it went on Vimeo.
The Wall Street Journal interviewed me for a piece describing Six Theories of Why Fast-Growing Startups Seem to Be Disappearing.
Our paper on Veblenian Entrepreneurship was featured in Y Combinator’s HackerNews.
Takes, treatments and riffs
American Affairs ran a piece on “The Crisis of Venture Capital”.
An essay on Medium asks “Is peak capitalism the conspicuous consumption of capitalism itself?”
A Medium essay on the relationship between mental illness and Veblenian Entrepreneurship.
Conversable Economist wrote about the faltering US start-up industry.
Reflections on pretending to be an entrepreneur.
On the podcast Smith Sense, there was a discussion of Performative Entrepreneurship.
Sometimes, entrepreneurship is just elaborate cosplay.