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Absorptive Capacity: A Review, Reconceptualization, and Extension
Researchers have used the absorptive capacity construct to explain various organizational phenomena. In this article we review the literature to identify key dimensions of absorptive capacity and
Entrepreneurship and Dynamic Capabilities: A Review, Model and Research Agenda
The emergent literature on dynamic capabilities and their role in value creation is riddled with inconsistencies, overlapping definitions, and outright contradictions. Yet, the theoretical and
Predictors and Financial Outcomes of Corporate Entrepreneurship: An Exploratory Study
Presents and tests a model of the precursors and effects of corporate entrepreneurship in order to determine the antecedents of corporate entrepreneurship and the association between corporate
Boards of Directors and Corporate Financial Performance: A Review and Integrative Model
This article synthesizes empirical researchfindings on the impact of boards of directors on corporate financial performance. An integrative model of board attributes and roles is presented, and
A Typology of Social Entrepreneurs: Motives, search Processes and Ethical Challenges
Social entrepreneurship has been the subject of considerable interest in the literature. This stems from its importance in addressing social problems and enriching communities and societies. In this
International expansion by new venture firms: International diversity, mode of market entry, technological learning, and performance.
An increasing number of new venture firms are internationalizing their business operations early in their life cycles. Previous explanations of this trend have focused on the importance of
Middle managers' perception of the internal environment for corporate entrepreneurship: assessing a measurement scale
Abstract This study assesses the measurement properties of a scale that measures the key internal organizational factors that influence middle managers to initiate corporate entrepreneurship
Contextual influences on the corporate entrepreneurship-performance relationship: A longitudinal analysis
Abstract Over the past several years corporate entrepreneurship has been widely touted by executives and researchers alike as an effective means for revitalizing companies and improving their
Entrepreneurial Risk Taking in Family Firms
Family firms are widely recognized as a major source of technological innovation and economic progress. Yet, over time, some family firms become conservative and unwilling to take the risks
Goverance, Ownership, and Corporate Entrepreneurship: The Moderating Impact of Industry Technological Opportunities
Corporate entrepreneurship is important for organizational survival, profitability, growth, and renewal. Data from 127 Fortune 500 companies show that executive stock ownership and long-term