Antoinette Schoar

Antoinette Schoar is Michael Koerner ’49 Career Development Associate Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance at MIT Sloan School of Managament. An expert in corporate finance, entrepreneurship and organizational economics, she researches venture capital, entrepreneurial finance, corporate diversification and capital budgeting decisions in firms. She has received the Fellowship of the George Stigler Center, ’97-’99, and the ERP Doctoral Scholarship of the German Ministry of Trade, ’95-’97. Her work has been featured in the New York Times and Industry Standard. 

Content by Antoinette Schoar
  • Project

    The role of mobile-based trade credit on business development

    Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of most economies. They are flexible in responding to new opportunities and possess potential for rapid growth.  As a result, SMEs are believed to serve as engines for innovation, employment, and social mobility. In developing countries, SMEs represent a particularly large part of the economy. However, data...

    4 Dec 2019 | Tavneet Suri, Antoinette Schoar