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A field study of 29 resource-constrained firmsthat varied dramatically in their responses to similar objective environmentsis used to examine the process by which entrepreneurs in… Continue Reading
Improvisation occurs when the design and execution of novel activities converge. Drawing on three samples of young firms, this inductive study investigates the existence, channels and implications of… Continue Reading
Abstract This paper analyzes the “Toy Store(y)” narrative by imagining the words and perspectives of several participants other than those from whose perspective the original story is told. By… Continue Reading
Evidence suggests that both nascent and young firms (henceforth: “new firms”)—despite typically being small and resource-constrained—are sometimes able to innovate effectively. Such firms are seldom… Continue Reading
Shane and Venkataraman's Discovery, Evaluation and Exploitation entrepreneurship framework ignores issues central to comparative international entrepreneurship (IE) because of unnecessarily… Continue Reading
We argue for the increasing importance of providing graduate students with skills in technology entrepreneurship and the commercialization of technology. We describe the lessons we have learned fro...
This essay contrasts a perspective that places an excessive focus on technology businesses and growth with a view of entrepreneurship that embraces its heterogeneity. We challenge a taken–for–granted… Continue Reading
It appears to us that strategy is succeeding in its takeover of the academic field of entrepreneurship. It is doing this by acquiring entrepreneurship’s most important assets ‐ faculty members. Of… Continue Reading