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Entrepreneurial intentions: Applying the theory of planned behaviour
Understanding and predicting new venture initiation requires research using theory-driven models that adequately reflect the complex perception-based processes underlying intentional, planned
Entrepreneurial Motivations: What Do We Still Need to Know?
This paper attempts to renew interest in a line of research that largely has been ignored for two decades but which is critical to the study of entrepreneurial cognitions, intentions, and their
Understanding and Measuring Entrepreneurial Leadership Style
Although entrepreneurial leadership is embraced in the popular press and in classrooms, academic knowledge remains underdeveloped. We develop the construct of entrepreneurial leadership and argue
Social Ventures from a Resource–Based Perspective: An Exploratory Study Assessing Global Ashoka Fellows
This study aims to discover relationships using a resource–based view of entrepreneurship and the social value creation characteristics of 70 social entrepreneurs. This study builds on existing
Entrepreneurship: a social psychological perspective
Entrepreneurship can be advanced by identifying other theories of human behavior that can be transferred to the study of the field. Research paradigms such as the contingency and transactional models
Toward A Contextual Model of Entrepreneurial Intentions
This chapter addresses the issues of the inconsistent effect of social norms on entrepreneurial intentions and proposes a contextual model of entrepreneurial intentions (EIM), which bridges self-efficacy, motivations, and intentions.
Nascent green-technology ventures: a study assessing the role of partnership diversity in firm success
Given the increasing deterioration of the environment, understanding the strategies of nascent green-technology ventures developing clean technology to address environmental concerns is important.
The Effect of a Market Orientation, Entrepreneurial Orientation, and Technological Capability on Innovativeness: A Study of Young Biotechnology Ventures in the United States and in Scandinavia
Previous research suggests that in order to excel in innovativeness, a firm should simultaneously be market oriented, proactive, and willing to take risks, as well as have access to superior
The symbiosis of entities in the social engagement network: The role of social ventures
Social entrepreneurship is increasingly recognized as a mechanism for creating social and economic value. By applying population ecology, resource dependency and resource-based view perspectives,