International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal
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#1Michael Pietersen (University of Pretoria)
#2Melodi Botha (University of Pretoria)H-Index: 9
While research has begun to identify Team Entrepreneurial Passion (TEP) and Team Entrepreneurial Competencies (TEC) as drivers of new venture team (NVT) dynamics, current literature fails to account for how these cognitive elements interact to influence team behavior, particularly throughout the nascent stages of the entrepreneurial process. Previous research has almost exclusively investigated NVT dynamics at later stages, once the NVT is established, has successfully created the venture and be...
#1María José González-López (UGR: University of Granada)H-Index: 4
#2María Carmen Pérez-López (UGR: University of Granada)H-Index: 5
Last. Lázaro Rodríguez-Ariza (UGR: University of Granada)H-Index: 18
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Entrepreneurial intention has been observed to be a necessary, but insufficient, condition for new business creation. Another variable apart from intention that requires consideration is how potential entrepreneurs perceive their own capacity or ability to exercise control over entrepreneurial behaviour. Drawing on the Rubicon model of action phases, this paper analyses the role of the perceived entrepreneurial competencies in the preactional phase of the entrepreneurial process. This correspond...
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Previous research has found that female entrepreneurs are disadvantaged in traditional funding markets. Yet, whether the same conclusion can be drawn in the equity crowdfunding market has not yet been determined. Leveraging both stereotype content theory and warm-glow theory, and based on a data set drawn from 259 projects from three equity crowdfunding platforms in China between October 2014 and April 2019, this study empirically examines the underlying relationship between female entrepreneurs...
University–Industry (U-I) cooperation is defined as “the interaction between any parts of the higher educational system and industry aiming mainly to encourage knowledge and technology exchange” (Ankrah and Al-Tabba 2015). In recent years, we have observed an intensification of this phenomenon based on the common belief that collaborative research by academia and industry may be a powerful source of innovation (Ambos et al. 2008; Mansfield 1998) and generate advantages for both partners. Consequ...
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#1Sumayya Rashid (La Trobe University)H-Index: 2
#2Vanessa Ratten (La Trobe University)H-Index: 32
This article explores how artisan entrepreneurs learn to commodify their creative skills into an entrepreneurial business. The purpose of this paper is to highlight specific types of entrepreneurial learning, artisan entrepreneurs with small businesses are using to run their business. This study explores the experiences of 12 artisan entrepreneurs. Qualitative research was carried out with in-depth semi structured interviews with four different categories of artisan entrepreneurs. GIOIA methodol...
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The aim of this paper is to explore the relationship between the literature on family firms and actual movements in economic policy and activity. We argue that economic policy changes accordingly to changes in family firms-related literature and employ an econometric analysis to test the assumed association. The outcomes of empirical analysis indicate, as we expected, that an effect of discussions related to family firms in the literature on economic activity indeed exists. The findings would he...
Every entrepreneur faces barriers when they engage in entrepreneurial activities and for every entrepreneur, their utmost goal is to succeed d in their endeavors. However, some entrepreneurial ventures fail due to several factors. After the failure, the entrepreneur either relapses or seeks for new entrepreneurial opportunities. The present study conducts a qualitative research synthesis to examine what happens after the occurrence of firm failure and how entrepreneurs manage the experiences fro...
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Taking the right amount of risk is essential for successful business. As a response to the importance of risk management, the effectiveness and implementation of enterprise risk management (ERM) systems are recently discussed in literature. However, smaller firm entrepreneurs often deal with this challenge in practice in a more informal way. Most of these small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) are family firms, where family dynamics further influence their risk behaviour. Addressing the missin...
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The purpose of this paper is to analyse the effect of knowledge resources stemming from the founding team’s human capital and the access to external sources of knowledge available at or near the NTBF’s inception on the venture’s short- and long-term performance. Whether innovation is a vehicle through which knowledge resources have an impact on results is also studied. While previous studies have often focused on one dimension of performance, we cover complementary indicators of short-term perfo...
#1Rosa CaiazzaH-Index: 19
#2Phillip H. Phan (Johns Hopkins University)H-Index: 39
Last. Henry Etzkowitz (Stanford University)H-Index: 73
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According to Johns Hopkins University, by December 2020, more than 78 million SARS-COV-2 (Covid-19) cases have been reported with more than 1 7 million deaths, out of which more than 300 thousand were in the U S null alone null No country on earth has been untouched by the preemptive creation of a global recession to combat a global disease null Covid-19 has disrupted supply chains, consumption patterns, and business models in a multitude of industries which include a large share of small and me...
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