At long last, the new edition of ACE Director Per Davidsson’s book “Researching Entrepreneurship” has been published electronically and in print by Springer. The new edition has been thoroughly updated and amended throughout, and two of the old chapters have been replaced by entirely new chapters on “The Dependent Variable” and “The Entrepreneurship Nexus”. Per has also continued his crusade against “entrepreneurial opportunity” as a central research construct in this recent opinion piece in Journal of Business Venturing Insights.
ACE Post Doc Annelore Huyghe has had a major hit with “Unraveling the ‘Passion Orchestra’ in Academia” in Journal of Business Venturing, with co-authors Mirjam Knockaert and Martin Obschonka. . The article recasts the entrepreneur driven by a singular passion to one with a ‘passion orchestra’; individuals are likely to hold multiple passions, connected to actual or possible identities, which simultaneously affect the venture creation process. One of their key findings is that individuals’ obsessive passions for non-entrepreneurial roles can positively affect the entrepreneurial transitions.
Some additional, recent articles within the ACE domain that we have not reported in previous newsletters are:
Arundel A., Casali G.L., & Hollanders H. (2015). How European public sector agencies innovate: the use of bottom-up, policy-dependent and knowledge-scanning innovation methods. Research Policy, 44(7), 1271 – 1282.
Huyghe, A., & Knockaert, M. (2016). The Relationship Between University Culture and Climate and Research Scientists’ Spin-off Intentions. In D. Audretsch, E. Lehmann, M. Meoli, & S. Vismari (Eds.) University Evolution, Entrepreneurial Activity and Regional Competitiveness (pp. 3-26). Springer International Publishing.
Sawang, S., Parker, R., & Hine, D. (2016). How small business advisory programme delivery methods (collective learning, tailored and practice-based approaches) affect learning and innovation. Journal of Small Business Management, 54(1), 244 – 261.
Senderovitz, M., Klyver, K., & Steffens, P. (Online 2015). Four years on: are the gazelles still running? A longitudinal Study of Firm Performance after a Period of Rapid Growth. International Small Business Journal. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0266242614567483.
Weerawardena, J., Sullivan-Mort, G., Salunke, S., Knight, G., & Liesch, P. (2015). The role of the market sub-system and the socio-technical sub-system in innovation and early internationalization: a dynamic capabilities approach. Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 43(2), 221 – 239.
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