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#1Karl Taeuscher (Manchester Institute of Innovation Research)
Abstract Reputation represents an important driver of new venture performance. This article shows that the performance benefits of reputation are substantially contingent on ventures' market conditions. My study of 797,087 sales transactions by 5760 new ventures in 119 platform-mediated online markets provides strong evidence that market crowding attenuates the reputation–performance relationship. Ventures benefit 38% to 42% more from a favorable reputation when they compete in an uncrowded (ver...
#1J. Jeffrey Gish (UCF: University of Central Florida)
#2David T. Wagner (UO: University of Oregon)H-Index: 12
Last.Christopher M. Barnes (UW: University of Washington)H-Index: 24
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Abstract In spite of enthusiastic encouragements, theories of entrepreneurship still poorly explain the influence of physiological resources and dynamics on entrepreneurs' abilities to perform cognitive tasks known to enable entrepreneurial action. To advance research in this area, we develop and test new theoretical notions about sleep's effects on entrepreneurs' abilities to imagine promising new venture ideas, and to form initial beliefs about the attractiveness of such ideas. Results from th...
#1Sunasir Dutta (UMN: University of Minnesota)H-Index: 4
Abstract Why some communities have greater rates of social entrepreneurship in similar domains is a question of importance to scholars and practitioners alike. Much of the literature in social entrepreneurship begins with a social problem that has been identified, and then analyzes the antecedents of the entrepreneurial process that lead to organizational solutions emerging for those problems. However, why some problems gain traction as being worthy of time and effort in solving, has garnered li...
#1Stella Seyb (OU: University of Oklahoma)
#2Dean A. Shepherd (Mendoza College of Business)H-Index: 72
Last.Trenton A. Williams (IU: Indiana University Bloomington)H-Index: 8
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#1Michael FritschH-Index: 45
#2Alina SorgnerH-Index: 4
Last.Michael WyrwichH-Index: 9
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This paper investigates whether the relationship between a person's occupational sta- tus and well-being differs across countries with varying institutional contexts. We find that the relationship between job- and life satisfaction of self-employed people as well as of paid employees varies considerably across countries. Our results indicate that entrepreneurship-friendly institutions in a country are conducive to the well-being of self-employed. Remarkably, the quality of entrepreneurial instit...
#1Hien Thu Tran (U of O: University of Ottawa)H-Index: 5
Abstract This paper investigates the impact of institutional quality on the productivity, profitability and survival of new entrants versus those of incumbent firms in a transitional setting, Vietnam. By integrating economic and institutional perspectives, we emphasize the importance of institutional quality in shaping the evolution of industry dynamics. We find that poor institutional quality that acts as institutional buffering for incumbents jeopardizes the Schumpeterian market selection proc...
#1Brian S. Anderson (UGent: Ghent University)H-Index: 5
#2Karl Wennberg (Linköping University)H-Index: 21
Last.Jeffery S. McMullen (IU: Indiana University Bloomington)H-Index: 23
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Abstract The purpose of this editorial is to discuss methodological advancements to enhance quantitative theory-testing entrepreneurship research. As the impact of entrepreneurship scholarship accelerates and deepens, our methods must keep pace to continue shaping theory, policy, and practice. Like our sister fields in business, entrepreneurship is coming to terms with the replication and credibility crisis in the social sciences, forcing the field to revisit commonly-held assumptions that limit...
#1Raj K. Shankar (Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India)H-Index: 2
#2Dean A. Shepherd (ND: University of Notre Dame)H-Index: 72
Abstract Corporate accelerators (CAs) are a fast-emerging form of corporate engagement with startups. Equating them with independent startup accelerators and/or corporate venturing limits our understanding of how and why corporations run CA programs and to what end. In this inductive grounded theory study, we explore how corporations design and run CAs and to what effect. This study of four CAs reveals that corporations manage accelerators via one of two distinct processes: namely, accelerating ...
Abstract Investments in physical infrastructure induce environmental changes that serve both an enabling and disabling function, potentially acting to simultaneously stimulate new business establishment and provoke exit by some incumbent establishments. The opening of a new establishment results in the creation of jobs that did not previously exist. Similarly, the closing of an establishment results in the permanent loss of jobs. I develop a theoretical model that depicts this external enabler/d...
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