The Central Question in Entrepreneurial Cognition Research 2007. Ronald K. Mitchell, Lowell W. Busenitz, Barbara Bird, Connie Marie Gaglio, Jeffery S. McMullen, Eric A Morse, and J. Brock Smith. 1:1-28.
A Person-Organization Fit Model of Owner-Managers' Cognitive Style and Organizational Demands. Keith H. Brigham, Julio O. De Castro and Dean A. Shepherd. 1:29-52.
The Good, the Bad, and the Unfamiliar: The Challenges of Reputation Formation Facing New Firms. Eileen Fischer and Rebecca Reuber. 1:53-76.
Collective Cognition: When Entrepreneurial Teams, Not Individuals, Make Decision. G. Page West III. 1:77-102.
The Conflicting Cognitions of Corporate Entrepreneurs. Andrew C. Corbett and Keith M. Hmieleski. 1:103-122.
What Lies Beneath? The Experiential Essence of Entrepreneurial Thinking. Norris F. Krueger, Jr. 1:123-138.
The Impact of virtual Embeddedness on New Venture Survival: Overcoming the Liabilities of newness. Eric A. Morse, Sally W. Fowler, and Thomas B. Lawrence. 2:139-160.
Community-Led Social Venture Creation. Helen Haugh. 2:161-182.
Strategic Use of Corporate Venturing. Jeffrey G. Covin and Morgan P. Miles. 2:183-208.
The Status of Women in Corporate Governance in High-Growth, High-Potential Firms. Teresa Nelson and Laurie L. Levesque. 2:209-232.
Service Content and the Internationalization of young Ventures: An Empirical Test. Peggy A. Cloninger and Benjamin Oviatt. 2:233-256.
The Influence of the Venture Capitalists' Governance Activities on the Entrepreneurial Firm's Control Systems and performance. Frits H. Wijbenga, Theo J.B.M. Postma, and Rebecca Stratling. 2:257-278.
The Governance Paradox: Preferences of Small Vulnerable Firms in the homebuilding Industry. James R. Dewald, Jeremy Hall, James J. Chrisman, and Franz W. Kellermanns. 2:279-298.
The Fraud Investigation Detective Agency. Frank S. Lockwood. 2:299-318.
The Fraud Investigation Detective Agency: Note to Instructors. Frank S. Lockwood. 2:319-320.
Advancing A Framework for Coherent Research on Women's Entrepreneurship. Anne de Bruin, Candida G. Brush, and Friederike Welter. 3:323-340.
The Entrepreneurial Propensity of Women. Nan Langowitz and Maria Minniti. 3:341-364.
The Role of Gender in Opportunity Identification. Dawn R. DeTienne and Gaylen N. Chandler. 3:365-386.
Gender, Entrepreneurial elf-Efficacy, and Entrepreneurial Career Intentions: Implications for Entrepreneurship Education. Fiona Wilson, Jill Kickul and Deborah Marlino. 3:387-406.
The Differential Effect of men and Women Entrepreneurs' Human Capital and Networking on growth Expectancies in Bulgaria. Tatiana S. Manolova, Nancy M. Carter, Ivan M. Manev, and Bojidar S. Gyoshev. 3:407-426.
Gender, Entrepreneurship, and Bank Lending: The Criteria and Processes used by Bank Loan Officers in Assessing Applications. Sara Carter, Eleanor Shaw, Wing Lam, and Fiona Wilson. 3:427-444.
Does Gender Matter? Women Business Angels and the Supply of Entrepreneurial Finance. Richard T. Harrison and Colin M. Mason. 3:445-472.
Business Succession at Building #19: Overall, It Is Better to be the Father Than the Son. Gina Vega. 3:473-488.
Business Succession at Building #19: Overall, It Is Better to be the Father Than the Son: Note to Instructors. Gina Vega. 3:489-492.
Alternative Knowledge Strategies, Competitive Environment, and Organizational Performance in Small Manufacturing Firms. Paul E. Bierly, III and Paula S. Daly. 4:493-516.
Exploring the Role of Industry Structure in New Venture Internationalization. Stephanie A. Fernhaber, Patricia P. McDougall, and Benjamin M. Oviatt. 4:517-542.
The Influence of University R&D Expenditures on New Business Formations and Employment Growth. Bruce A. Kirchoff, Scott L. Newbert, Iftekhar Hasan, and Catherine Armington. 4:543-560.
From Opportunity Insight to Opportunity Intention: The Importance of Person-Situation Learning match. Dimo Dimov. 4:561-584.
A note on Strategic renewal and Corporate Venturing in the Subsidiaries of Multinational Enterprises. Alain Verbeke, James J. Chrisman, and Wenlong Yuan. 4:585-600.
The Past, Present, and Future of Entrepreneurship Research: Data Analytic trends and Training. Michelle A Dean, Christopher L. Shook, and G. Tyge Payne. 4:601-618.
Marshaling Resources to Form Small new Ventures: Toward a More Holistic Understanding of Entrepreneurial Support. Dennis Hanlon and Chad Saunders. 4:619-642.
Dealer Trade Group: High-Tech Venturing in a Low-Tech Industry. Patrick J. Murphy and Carter Crockett. 4:643-662.
Note to Instructors for Dealer Trade Group: High-Tech Venturing in a Low-Tech Industry. Patrick J. Murphy and Carter Crockett. 4:663-666.
Toward a Theory of Social Venture Franchising. Paul Tracey and Owen Jarvis. 5:667-686.
Beyond the Single-Person, Single-Insight Attribution in Understanding Entrepreneurial Opportunities. Dimo Dimov. 5:713-732.
Deciding on an Entrepreneurial Career: A Test of the Pull and push Hypotheses Using the Pane Study of Entrepreneurial Dynamics Data. Leon Schjoedt and Kelly G. Shaver. 5:733-752.
Examining the Technical Corporate Entrepreneurs' Motivation: Voices from the Field. Matthew R. Marvel, Abbie Griffin, John Hebda, and Bruce Vojak. 5:753-768.
Homeboy Industries: An Incubator of Hope and Businesses. David Y. Choi and Fred Kiesner. 5:769-786.
Homeboy Industries: An Incubator of Hope and Businesses-A Note to Instructors. David Y. Choi and Fred Kiesner. 5:787-790.
The Role of Human Capital in Technological Entrepreneurship. Mike Wright, Keith M. Hmieleski, Donald S. Siegel, and Michael D. Ensley. 6:791-806.
Technology Entrepreneurs' Human Capital and its Effects on Innovation Radicalness. Matthew R. Marvel and G. T. Lumpkin. 6:807-828.
How Corporate Entrepreneurs Learn from Fledgling Innovation Initiatives: Cognition and the development of a Termination Script. Andrew C. Corbett, Heidi M. Neck and Dawn R. DeTienne. 6:829-852.
Private Enterprise Growth and Human Capital Productivity in India. Sumit K. Majumdar. 6:853-872.
Complementing Capital: The Role of Status, Demographic Features, and Social capital in Founding teams' Abilities to obtain resources. Kelley A. Packalen. 6:873-892.
Assessing the Relationship between Human Capital and Firm Performance: Evidence from Technology-based New Ventures. Rod Chrader and Donald S. Siegel. 6:893-908.
From Human Capital to Social Capital: A Longitudinal Study of technology-Based Academic Entrepreneurs. Simon Mosey and Mike Wright. 6:909-936.
Entrepreneurship and Human Capital: Evidence of Patenting Activity from the Academic Sector. Stuart D. Allen, Albert N. Link, and Dan T. Rosenbaum. 6:937-952.
Building a Better Rat Trap: Technological Innovation, Human Capital, and the Irula. Siri Terjesen. 6:953-964.
Note to Instructors: Building a Better Rat Trap. Siri Terjesen. 6:965-970.
Radha Jalan and ElectroChem, Inc.: Energy for a Clean Planet. Frances M. Amatucci and Susan Coleman. 6:971-990.
Note to Instructors: Radha Jalan and ElectroChem, Inc.: Energy for a Clean Planet. Frances M. Amatucci and Susan Coleman. 6:991-994.