Lynda De La Vina, Ph.D.
Peter Flawn Professor in the Department of Entrepreneurship
UTSA College of Business
Developing both theoretical constructs and empirical work focused on equity crowdfunding (ECF) is an exciting new area of study. I have focused my research on various aspects of ECF: a full overview of ECF in the United States; a theoretical construct based on information/signaling theory; optimum management/oversight of state crowdfunding systems; and analyzing the extent and impact of ECF in other areas of the world especially Mexico. I expect to continue this stream of research. My graduate student’s and I have presented our ECF work at the ICF Meetings in Dublin as well as other meetings in the U.S.
Techniques: theoretical economics constructs and empirical survey research
Sub-Field of Study: Entrepreneurship
Specific Field of Study: Equity Crowdfunding; Venture Creation & financing; Global Entrepreneurship
Techniques Used: theoretical economics constructs and empirical survey research
“Equity Crowdfunding,” (with Stephanie Black), in Educating Social Entrepreneurs: A Workbook of Cases, Exercises and Commentaries, Business Expert Press, 2017
“The Impact of Lean Enterprise Transformation on Production Learning Curves Used by Technology Managers in Aerospace Companies: A Decomposition-Based Model of Unit Derived Learning Curve Data,” with Cory Hallam, Proceedings of Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET), Portland, OR, August 2011.
“Comparative Analysis of Work Force Management Techniques Between Lean and Traditional Manufacturing Companies: A Quantitative Decision Tool for Choosing Between Layoffs and Continual Improvements,” with Cory Hallam and Susan Hammond, Proceedings of the Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET), Phuket, Thailand, July 2010.
“Analysis of the Toyota Production System and the Genesis of Six Sigma Programs: An Imperative for Understanding Failures in Technology Management Culture Transformation in Traditional Manufacturing Companies,” with Cory R. A. Hallam and Justin Muesel, Proceedings of the Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET), Phuket, Thailand, July 2010.
“Improve Technology Transfer with this Alliance Scorecard,” with J. Michael Munson, Woodie Spivey and Fu-Sen Tsai, in Research-Technology Management, Vol. 52, No. 1, Jan-Feb 2009, pp. 10-18.