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Dr. Edward Rogoff

Professor

Ph.D., Columbia University

Description

Dr. Edward G. Rogoff joined LIU Brooklyn after an accomplished career at the City University of New York (CUNY)-Baruch College, where he directed the Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship and served as chair of the Department of Management. Dr. Rogoff founded the CUNY Center for Student Entrepreneurship and was instrumental in developing its Top 10 nationally ranked undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurship programs. Dr. Rogoff was the recipient of the 2010 Outstanding Educator of the Year award, given by the United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, is the author of The Entrepreneurial Conversation and Bankable Business Plans, and is a past contributor to the New York Times, Journal of Small Business Management, Entrepreneurship Research Journal, and Forbes.

Specialties

Entrepreneurship

Publications

Rogoff, E.G., and Carroll, D., The Second Chance Revolution: Entrepreneurship After 50. 2009, New York: Rowhouse Publishing.
Rogoff, E.G., Bankable Business Plans, 2nd Edition. 2007, New York: Rowhouse Publishing.
Rogoff, E.G., Bankable Business Plans for Entrepreneurial Ventures. 2007, New York: Rowhouse Publishing.
Rogoff, E.G. and Corbett, M., with Moffitt, P-L., The Entrepreneurial Conversation. 2006, West Palm Beach: Pinnacle Press.
Rogoff, E.G., Bankable Business Plans. 2003, New York: Thomson-Texere.

Lectures and Presentations

Lyons, T., Rogoff, E.G., Dean, M. and Marks, S., (2014) “How Entrepreneurship Service Organizations Can Better Serve Immigrant Entrepreneurs,” Proceedings of the 59th Annual Conference of the International Council of Small Business (ICSB), ICSB Conference, Dublin, Ireland, June 15, 2014.

Lee, M-S., Puryear, A.N., Rogoff, E.G., Onochie, J.I., and Haynes, G.W. (2006), “Gender Differences in Family Business Management: An Empirical Investigation of Mexican-American and Korean-American Businesses in the United States,” Proceedings of the 51st International Council for Small Business Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Puryear, A.N., Rogoff, E.G., Lee, M-S., Heck, R.K.Z., Haynes, G.W., Onochie, J.I., and Grossman, E.B. (2006), “Sampling Minority Business Owners and Their Families: The Understudied Entrepreneurial Experience,” Presentation at the 2003 and 2005 National Minority Business Owner Surveys (2003 and 2005 NMBOSs), Invited Research Conference, New York City, New York.

Rogoff, E.G., Lee, M-S., and Puryear, A.N. (2004), “The Model of an Academically Based Entrepreneurship Development: A Ten-Year Retrospective,” Proceedings of the United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Annual National Conference, Dallas, Texas.

Heck, R.K.Z., Rogoff, E.G., Lee, M-S., and Stafford, K. (2002), “The Economic Contributions of Family Business and Their Effects on Communities,” Proceedings of the United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Annual National Conference, Family Business Invited Session, Reno, Nevada.

Rogoff, E.G., Lee, M-S., and Suh, D-C. (2002), “Who Done It?  Attributions by Entrepreneurs and Experts of the Causes of Small Business Success and Impeding Factors,” Proceedings of the United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Annual National Conference, Reno, Nevada.  

Rogoff, E.G., Lee, M-S., and Heck, R.K.Z. (2001), “The Effect of Education within the Family Business Context,” Proceedings of the Second United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) / Small Business Institute Director's Association (SBIDA) Joint National Conference, Orlando, Florida. (CD-ROM format).
 
Rogoff, E.G., Lee, M-S., and Fenton, C. (1998), “An Analysis of Services Offered to SBDC Clients: Implications for Process Management,” 1998 National Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Conference Proceedings, Savannah, Georgia, pp. 218-222.

Lee, M-S., Rogoff, E.G, and Puryear, A.N. (1998), “Differences between Aspiring Minority and Established, Non-Minority Business Owners: Is There a Goal Gap?” Proceedings of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) 12th Annual Conference, Lynn Neeley (Ed.), pp. 1-11, Clearwater, Florida.

Rogoff, E.G., Lee, M-S., and Puryear, A.N. (1998), “Combining the Resources of Government, Academic, and Financial Institutions: A Model of Entrepreneurship Development,” Presented at the International Conference on Globalization and Emerging Business, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.