Research & Publications

Free Enterprise at the Baugh Center


Amezcua A, Grimes M, Bradley SW, Wiklund J. (forthcoming) "Organizational Sponsorship and Founding Environments: A Contingency View on the Survival of Business Incubated Firms, 1994-2007." Academy of Management Journal.

Bylund PL (forthcoming) "Explaining Firm Emergence: Specialization, Transaction Costs, and the Integration Process." Managerial and Decision Economics.

Klein PG, Bylund PL (2014) "The Place of Austrian Economics in Contemporary Entrepreneurship Research." Review of Austrian Economics, 27(3), pp 259-279.

Bylund PL (2014) "Ronald Coase's ‘Nature of the Firm’ and the Argument for Economic Planning." Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 36(3), pp 305-329.

Bylund PL (2014) “The Firm and the Authority Relation: Hierarchy vs. Organization,” in Nell GL (Ed.), Austrian Theory and Economic Organization: Reaching Beyond Free Market Boundaries, pp. 97-120, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bylund PL (2014) "Toward a Consistent Behavioral Strategy Framework: What We Can Learn From Austrian Economics," in Das TK (Ed.), Behavioral Strategy: Emerging Perspectives (Research in Behavioral Strategy book series), pp 205-232, Information Age Publishing.

Bylund PL, Holbrook CM, Klein PG (2014) "'They Have the Internet on Computers Now?' Entrepreneurship and Economics in the Simpsons," in Hall JC (Ed.), Homer Economicus: The Simpsons and Economics, pp 61-69, Stanford University Press.

Bylund PL (2013) "Sweden's Great Depression." The Free Market. 31(11), 1-2.

Bradley SW, McMullen J, Artz K, Simiyu E (2012) "Capital is Not Enough: Innovation in Developing Economies." Journal of Management Studies, 49(4): 684-717.

Bradley SW, Artz K, Hulett J (2012). "The Innovation Necessity: Evidence from Microcredit in the Dominican Republic." Journal of International Development, 24, S112 - S121.

Bradley SW, Aldrich H, Shepherd DA, Wiklund J (2011) "Competition, Resources, and Environmental Change: Asymmetric Paths of Young Independent and Subsidiary Organizations." Strategic Management Journal, 32(5): 486-509.

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