Robert C. Seamans
Associate Professor, NYU Stern School of Business
44 West 4th Street, KMC Suite 7-58
T (212) 998-0417 F (212) 995-4235
rseamans (at) stern (dot) nyu (dot) edu
I teach corporate strategy for NYU Stern MBA students and game theory for NYU Stern MBA and undergraduate students.
My research focuses on entrepreneurial entry, incumbent responses to entry, and the link between entrepreneurs and incumbents around entry events. I typically study these interactions in two-sided market settings. I also study how competition and public policies affect incumbent and entrant incentives to innovate.
Link to C.V.
Research Papers (links via SSRN):
Credit Cards, Race, and Entrepreneurship (with Aaron K. Chatterji)
Cannibalization and Option Value Effects of Secondary Markets: Evidence from the US Concert Industry (with Victor Bennett and Feng Zhu)
Debtor Rights, Credit Supply, and Innovation (with Geraldo Cerqueiro, Deepak Hegde and M. Fabiana Penas)
The Internet and Hate Crime: Offline Spillovers from Online Access (with Jason Chan and Anindya Ghose)
Intra-Firm Spillovers? The Stock and FLow Effects of Collocation (with Evan Rawley)
A Simple Model of a Three-Sided Market (with Feng Zhu)