Jordan Bell-Masterson

Jordan Bell-Masterson is an MBA candidate at the University of Chicago.

Previously, Bell-Masterson worked as an analyst in Research and Policy for the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, where he provided support for the department's research programs and initiatives.

He also worked on SEO solutions for, an online college search and matching-engine based in Highland Park, Ill., and served his senior year as station manager for the Grinnell College radio station KDIC 88.5 FM.

Bell-Masterson graduated from Grinnell College in 2012 with a dual BA in English and economics, with honors.

REER Conference 2015

Highlights of 3 papers presented at the 2015 Entrepreneurial Finance and Innovation Conference.
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R&D Collaboration and the History of Bell Labs

R&D collaboration -- what works best? Jordan Bell-Masterson explores the research literature and the history of Bell Labs to provide insights on how to purse R&P collaboration.
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What Makes An Inventor?

What makes an inventor? Researcher Jordan Bell-Masterson explores the question.
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Insights from the Entrepreneurial Finance and Innovation Conference

Highlights of 3 papers presented at the 2015 Entrepreneurial Finance and Innovation Conference.
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Lessons from Bell Labs

Linking Bell Labs’ 20th century lessons with the latest academic research on innovation.

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State of the Field: Distilling the Universe of Entrepreneurship Research

Researchers Wanted! Created by the Kauffman Foundation, State of the Field is a compilation of knowledge on entrepreneurship research written by the leading experts in the field.
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Kauffman @ SXSW: Measuring Entrepreneurially Ecosystems

Kauffman researchers Jordan Bell-Masterson and Colin Tomkins-Bergh presented research findings about measuring entrepreneurial ecosystems at SXSW
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Innovation Series: The Rising Costs of Invention

Kauffman researcher Jordan Bell-Masterson explores how invention is getting more complex, and therefore more costly, over time.
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Request for Proposals, Measuring Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

The Kauffman Foundation is soliciting grant proposals to investigate how best to measure an entrepreneurial ecosystem, and what kinds of data can be developed, improved, or used to that end.
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The Gender Stereotypes of Entrepreneurship

Kauffman researchers examine recent work by Sarah Thébaud on gender stereotypes in entrepreneurship.
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