Finance PhD, Economics
Specialization domain(s):

- Entrepreneurship process theory, Business cycle theory, Institutional economics, Money and banking, Entrepreneurial opportunities, Entrepreneurial cognition


Gabriel is an eclectic economist who teaches macroeconomics, cycle theory and entrepreneurial processes. He has also taught as a visiting professor in Mexico, Peru, Thailand, Vietnam and Poland. His research focuses on the theory of malinvestment cycles, the zombification of the economy, and entrepreneurial routines. He is also interested in the economy of emerging countries, particularly Latin America. Gabriel's research is published in numerous journals including Small Business Economics, World Economy, the Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, the Journal of Economic Issues, the Review of Austrian Economics, the Review of Political Economy, Industry & Innovation, the Journal of Entrepreneurship and Cahiers Français. Gabriel is a member of the Academy of Management, the American Economic Association and the Royal Economic Society.