Hans Rawhouser is an associate professor in the Management, Entrepreneurship and Technology department at UNLV’s Lee Business School. He investigates blockchain technology, entrepreneurial ecosystems, how entrepreneurs gain resources, and how entrepreneurs achieve social impact (for example, greenhouse gas emission reductions, poverty alleviation, job creation, and creation of supportive social networks).
Rawhouser's body of research has explored topics such as carbon offset projects in developing countries, entrepreneurial training in Central America, measurement of social impact, and benefit corporations. His scholarship is forthcoming or published in academic publications including Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Small Business Economics, Academy of Management Discoveries, California Management Review, and Organization & Environment.
- Ph.D., Strategy and Entrepreneurship, University of Minnesota
- M.B.A, International Management, Thunderbird School of Global Management
- B.S., Civil Engineering, UNLV