FRONTIERS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH 2002

SUMMARY TABLE OF CONTENTS

I.

NASCENT ENTREPRENEURS & STARTUPS

II.

OPPORTUNITY RECOGNITION

III.

CHARACTERISTICS

IV.

KNOWLEDGE

V.

NETWORKS

VI.

GENDER

VII.

ETHNIC

VIII.

FAMILY FIRMS

IX.

TECHNOLOGY

X.

STRATEGY

XI.

ECONOMIC GROWTH AND EMPLOYMENT

XII.

INFORMAL INVESTORS/ANGELS

XIII.

VENTURE CAPITAL

XIV.

INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERINGS

XV.

BANKING / FINANCE

XVI.

COMPENSATION/ INCENTIVES

XVII.

CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP

XVIII

SPINOUTS / SPINOFFS

XIX.

INTERNATIONAL

XX.

FAILURE/SURVIVAL

XXI.

NOT-FOR-PROFIT

XXII.

RESEARCH

XXIII

EDUCATION

DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

BEST PAPER AWARDS

THE RAYMOND FAMILY BUSINESS INSTITUTE BEST PAPER AWARD ON THE TOPIC OF FAMILY BUSINESS

Inspirational Tales: Propagating the Entrepreneurial Narrative Amongst Children
Robert Smith

THE STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY WESLEY J. HOWE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE ON THE TOPIC OF CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Assessing the Relationship between Entrepreneurial Orientation, the External Environment, and Firm Performance
Patrick Kreiser, Louis Marino, and K. Mark Weaver

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESSES (NFIB) AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH ON THE GENERAL TOPIC OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Entrepreneurial Activity and Economic Growth
Zoltan J. Acs and Catherine Armington

TAYLOR & FRANCIS PUBLISHERS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH ON THE TOPIC OF VENTURE CAPITAL

The Staging of Venture Capital Investments and Reinvestment Decisions
Carolyn Birmingham, Lowell Busenitz, and Jonathan Arthurs

KAUFFMAN CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP AWARD FOR THE BEST PAPER WITH THE MOST SIGNIFICANT IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTITIONERS

What Firm Founders Do: A Longitudinal Study of the Start-Up Process
Frédéric Delmar and Scott Shane

I. NASCENT ENTREPRENEURS AND STARTUPS

Is There a Wealth Affect? Financial and Human Capital as Determinants of Business Startups
Beth Crosa, Howard E. Aldrich, and Lisa A. Keister

The Temporal Patterns of Venture Creation Process: An Exploratory Study
Jianwen Liao and Harold Welsch

SUMMARIES

Nascent High Tech Entrepreneurs: Who Are They and How Have They Done  One Year Later?
Kathleen R. Allen and Timothy M. Stearns

Team Resources at Firm Founding: Implications for New Venture Survival
Arild Aspelund

A Longitudinal Study of Entrepreneurial Intentions
Josée Audet

The Attributional Characteristics of Opportunities and Problems Described by Nascent Entrepreneurs in the PSED
William B. Gartner and Kelly G. Shaver

The Interaction of Founder Motivation and Environmental Context in New Venture Formation
J. David Hunger, Peter F. Korsching, and Howard Van Auken

Aspiring, Nascent and Fledging Entrepreneurs: A Resource-Based Approach to the Business Start-Up Process
Beate Rotefoss and Lars Kolvereid

Breaking the Walls—Boundary Spanning Activity and Its Influence on Firm Formation
Mikael Samuelsson

The Birthing Process: A Study of Embryonic Ethnic Enclaves
Curt H. Stiles, Craig S. Galbraith, and Jacqueline Benitez

POSTER SUMMARIES

Entrepreneurship in a Non-Linear Paradigm: Early Evidence from Entrepreneurs in Action
Alistair Campbell and Murray Gillin

The Influence of Outsider Assistance on Nascent Entrepreneurs
Jahangir H. Sarder

II. OPPORTUNITY RECOGNITION

Opportunity Recognition Processes: A Taxonomy and Outcome Implications
Gaylen N. Chandler, Jonas Dahlqvist, and Per Davidsson

Recognizing High-Tech Opportunities: A Learning and Cognitive Approach
Andrew C. Corbett

Regulatory Focus and Entrepreneurial Intention: Action Bias in the Recognition and Evaluation of Opportunities
Jeffery S. McMullen and Dean A. Shepherd

Opportunity Recognition and Disruptive Technology: The U.S. Locomotive Industry from 1920 to 1940
William R. Sandberg and H. Dixon Wilcox

SUMMARIES

How Do Entrepreneurs View Opportunities: Rose Tinted Spectacles or the Real Options Lens?
Frank Cave and Alan Minty

The Opportunity Discovery Process: Resource and Performance Implications
Gaylen N. Chandler, Per Davidsson, and Jonas Dahlqvist

The Opportunity Recognition Process and the Pursuit/Success of Multiple Opportunities
Gerald E. Hills, Rodney C. Shrader, Jurgita Baltrusaityte, and Elif Izberk-Bilgin

Discovering Venture Ideas by Inner-City Residents that Can Be Exploited to Create New Wealth
Robert D. Nixon, James O. Fiet, and Mahesh Gupta

III. CHARACTERISTICS

Show Me the Money! Assessments of Entrepreneurial Social Competence from Two Perspectives
Manuela N. Hoehn, Candida G. Brush, Robert A. Baron,
in collaboration with Carrie McIndoe

THE RAYMOND FAMILY BUSINESS INSTITUTE BEST PAPER AWARD ON THE TOPIC OF FAMILY BUSINESS

Inspirational Tales: Propagating the Entrepreneurial Narrative Amongst Children
Robert Smith

Does Entrepreneurial Experience Influence Opportunity Identification?
Deniz Ucbasaran and Paul Westhead

SUMMARIES

The Hunt for Domain-Specific Risk in Entrepreneurial Decision-Making
Terrence E. Brown, Olga Simonova, and Niclas Carlsson

Raising Babies, Fighting Battles, Winning Races: Entrepreneurial Metaphors in the Media of 6 English Speaking Nations
Alice de Koning and Sarah Drakopoulou Dodd

Entrepreneurial Goals, Time Orientation and Psychological Types
Rose Mary Almeida Lopes

Ethics and Entrepreneurship: The Effect of Venture Age and Entreprenuerial Orientation on Ethical Climates
Donald O. Neubaum and Marie S. Mitchell

Entrepreneurial Satisfaction: A Test of the Job Characteristics Model
Leon Schjoedt and Thomas J. Dean

The Big-Five Personality Factors and Entrepreneurial Intention
Gangaram Singh, Alex F. De Noble, and Lucie Kalousova

Self-Identified Management Deficiencies of Entrepreneurs
George Solomon, Lloyd W. Fernald, Jr., and William "Denny" Dennis

From Lemonade Stands to Routers
Can Uslay, Richard D. Teach, and Robert G. Schwartz

Entrepreneurial Propensity: Components and Measurements
Mark D. Yockey and Jerman W. Rose    

IV. KNOWLEDGE

SUMMARIES

Startup Performance and Entrepreneurial Economic Development: The Role of Knowledge Relatedness
G. Page West III and Terry W. Noel

Organizational Knowledge and Entrepreneurial Orientation: Performance Implications
Johan Wiklund

V. NETWORKS

Social Capital and Network Entrepreneurs
Jason C. Senjem and Kira Reed

SUMMARIES

The Role of the Entrepreneur in the Emergence of Regional Innovation Networks
Sarah Cooper,  Richard T. Harrison, and Colin M. Mason    

A Comparative Study of the Usefulness and Impact of Formal and Informal Networks for Entrepreneurship
Sarah L. Jack and Paul J. A. Robson

The Evolution of Entrepreneurial Strategic Networks of Telecommunications Service Providers—A Longitudinal Study
Nils Naujok

Whose Network Is It? The Strategic Accumulation and Leveraging of Social Networks by Alpha Entrepreneurs
Helle Neergaard

POSTER SUMMARY

The Entrepreneurs Personal Network Multiplexity and Venture Growth
Bostjan Antoncic

VI. GENDER

With Very Little Help from Their Friends: Gender and Relational Composition of Nascent Entrepreneurs’ Startup Teams
Howard E. Aldrich, Nancy M. Carter, and Martin Ruef

The Role of Risk Orientation on Financing Expectations in New Venture Creation: Does Sex Matter?
Nancy M. Carter

SUMMARIES

A Comparison of Women Entrepreneurs and Managers in Poland
Richard T. Bliss, Lidija Polutnik, and Ewa Lisowska

Women of the Venture Capital Industry: Do They Make Any Difference?
Myra Hart, Patricia Greene, Elizabeth Gatewood, and Candida G. Brush

Women Entrepreneurs: The Message in the Media—The Word on Women Entrepreneurs from 1996–2000
Nan S. Langowitz and Claudia Morgan

The Value of Gender-Based Small Business Programs: What Does the Evidence Say?
Barbara J. Orser, Allan Riding, and Judith J. Madill

The Relationship Between Entrepreneurial Activity and Self-Perception: Does Gender Matter?
Ingrid Verheul, Lorraine M. Uhlaner, and A. Roy Thurik

Revisiting the Female Under-Performance Hypothesis
John Watson

POSTER SUMMARY

Entrepreneurial Activity of Women in the Global Economy: Analysis of Data from 29 Countries
Anne Kovalainen, Pia Arenius, and Laura Galloway

VII. ETHNIC

SUMMARIES

Aboriginal Economic Development: Theory and Practice
Robert B. Anderson and Robert J. Giberson

Individual and Collective Entrepreneurship Amongst the Päkeha and Mäori of Aotearoa /New Zealand
Howard H. Frederick

Brave Spirits on New Paths: Toward a Globally Relevant Research Paradigm of Indigenous Entrepreneurship
Kevin Hindle and Michele Lansdowne

Values as a Factor in Ethnic Entrepreneurship: A Comparison of Seven Sub-Cultures
Michael H. Morris and Minet Schindehutte

POSTER SUMMARY

Access to Finance by Ethnic Minority Owned Businesses in the UK
David Smallbone, Monder Ram, David Deakins, and Robert Baldock

VIII. FAMILY FIRMS

Management Buyouts of Privately Held Family Firms: Implications for Subsequent Firm Performance
Carole Howorth and Paul Westhead

Predictors of Entrepreneurship in Family Firms
Carlo Salvato

SUMMARIES

The Best of Both Worlds: Entrepreneurial Families as Virtual Organisations
Alistair R. Anderson, Sarah L. Jack, and Sarah Drakopoulou Dodd

Are Large Family Companies Bridging the Stakeholder/Shareholder Divide? A French Empirical Analysis
Sylvie Gueye, Benoit Leleux, and Joachim Schwass

Growth Strategies in Family Firms: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Organizations in the United States, Finland, and Sweden
Patrick Kreiser, Jari Ojala, Anders Melander, and Juha-Antti Lamberg

The Financial Structure, Behaviour and Performance of Family Companies: Evidence from UK Private Economy
Sihar Sitorus

Do Family Firms Have to Share the Pie to Achieve Rapid Growth?
Elisabeth J. Teal, Samuel L. Seaman, and Nancy B. Upton

POSTER SUMMARIES

Organizational Climate as Antecedent of Entrepreneurial Orientation in Mexican Family Firms
Imanol Belausteguigoitia

Womens Leadership Style: A Competitive Advantage in Family Firms?
Cathleen A. Folker and Ritch L. Sorenson

Across the Generations: An Exploration of Intergenerational Influence and Entrepreneurial Learning in a Family Business
Eleanor Hamilton

Entrepreneurial, Market, and Learning Orientations as Determinants of Family and Non-Family Firm Performance
Fredric Kropp, Noel J. Lindsay, and Aviv Shoham

Transgenerational Wealth Acceleration: Family-Influenced Ownership Groups as an Entrepreneurial Unit of Analysis
Joseph Pistrui

IX. TECHNOLOGY

SUMMARIES

Sustaining a Culture for Innovation Within Growing Ventures: The Case of Lunar Design Inc.
Constantine Andriopoulos and Jonathan Levie

Technology Centers During the Economic Downturn: What Have We Learned?
Ross Gittell and Jeffrey E. Sohl

From Captivation to Execution: The Link Between E-Business Technology and Customer Relationship Management
Jill Kickul and James Selden

Mapping the Scope and Content of Technology-Based Risk in Technology-Based Firms
Wayne King and Dennis Hanlon

Licensing as a Commercialization Strategy for New Technology-Based Firms: An Empirical Investigation of North-American Based Biotechnology Firms
Holger Kollmer and Michael Dowling

Determinants of New Technology Adoption by Entrepreneurial and Established Firms
Michael J. Leiblein, Jeffrey J. Reuer, and Roberto Ragozzino

Critical Factors Predicting Radical Innovation Success
Richard Leifer and Gina Colarelli O’Connor

First-Week Experiences: A Journal Study of Newcomers in High-Tech Startups
Keith Rollag

The Relationship Between Growth and Technology in Young Technology-Based Firms
Rögnvaldur J. Saemundsson

University Technology Transfer: The Impact of Organization and Environment
Jonathan Silberman and Joseph Friedman

Entrepreneurial Discovery, the Market Process, Resource Transformation and the Growth of the Firm
Sören Sjölander and Mats Magnusson

Learning for Innovation in New High Technology Ventures
François Thérin

Type of Financing, Monitoring Costs and High Technology Venture Growth
Balagopal Vissa

Critical Junctures in the Growth of University High-Tech Spin-Out Companies
Ajay Vohora, Andy Lockett, and Mike Wright

Entrepreneurship and the Commercialization of Disruptive Technologies
Steven T. Walsh and Bruce A. Kirchhoff

The Performance of High-Tech Start-Ups in Israel: Focusing on Managerial Variables
Orly Yeheskel and Miri Lerner

Public Research Agencies as Sources for Innovations and the Entrepreneurial Absorptive Capacity of Manufacturing Enterprises
John Yencken and Murray Gillin

POSTER SUMMARY

Property of the Mind: Can Individual Differences Explain Variability in Patents’ Quantity, Quality, and Scope?
Mark A. Ciavarella, Gideon D. Markman, and Cameron M. Ford

X. STRATEGY

Entrepreneurial Management and Schumpeterian Resource Recombinations
Christian Eliasson, Johan Wiklund, and Per Davidsson

Being Entrepreneurial and Being Market-Driven: Exploring the Interaction Effects of Entrepreneurial and Market Orientation on Firm Performance
Gerard George and Shaker A. Zahra

THE STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY WESLEY J. HOWE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH ON THE TOPIC OF CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Assessing the Relationship Between Entrepreneurial Orientation, the External Environment, and Firm Performance
Patrick Kreiser, Louis Marino, and K. Mark Weaver

Intuitive Optimizing for Time Allocation Decisions in Newly Formed Ventures
Moren Lévesque and Christian Schade

Rivalry Intensity and Its Relationship to Socioeconomic Prosperity, Firm Specialization, and Firm Performance in SMEs
G. Tyge Payne and Kevin H. Kennedy

Patterns of New Venture Development
Alexander McKelvie and Gaylen N. Chandler

SUMMARIES

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Process: Human Resource as Competitive Advantage for Small-Sized Firms Strategy
Boualem Aliouat and Karim Hebbar

Does It Pay to Grow? The Impact of Growth on Profitability and Wealth Creation
Larry W. Cox, S. Michael Camp, and Michael D. Ensley

Uncertainty in Strategic Alliance Relationships of Entrepreneurial Firms: The Roles of Trust and Control
Pat H. Dickson and K. Mark Weaver

Performance Measures of Small VenturesThe Case of the Tourism Industry
Sigal Haber and  Arie Reichel

Competitive Strategy, Information Technology Asset Investment and Firm Performance: Implications for Born Global Firms
Paula D. Harveston, C. Clay Dibrell, and Peter S. Davis

From Weak Signals to Strategy Formation: A Third Piece of the Puzzle
Pierre-André Julien and Ivan Vaghely

The Productive Opportunity of the Entrepreneurial Firms: Investment for Future Growth
Heidi M. Neck and G. Dale Meyer

Patterns of Business Model Change as Measures of Causation and Effectuation in Entrepreneurship
Robert Wiltbank and Saras Sarasvathy

Entrepreneurial Orientation and Market Orientation: Their Relations and Impacts on New Product Development and Firm Performance
So-Jin Yoo

POSTER SUMMARIES

Rent Creation and Appropriation: Toward a Theory of the Entrepreneurial Firm
Sharon A. Alvarez and Jay B. Barney    

Outsourcing Intensity, Strategy, and Growth in Entrepreneurial Firms
J. B. Arbaugh

Emerging with Allies: The Creation of Inter-Firm Relationships for Strategic and Operational Competitiveness
Jill Kickul, Elizabeth Belgio, and Tim Hanna

A Return Ticket to Growth? Analyzing the Organizational Capability to Grow and "Un-Grow"
Dodo zu Knyphausen-Aufseß, Leona Achtenhagen, and Lars Schweizer

Theoretical and Empirical Modeling of New Venture Growth
C. Timothy Koeller and Thomas G. Lechler

Alliance Dynamics for Entrepreneurial Firms
Jeffrey J. Reuer and Africa Ariño

An Examination of the Threshold Concept: A Self-Organizing Map Approach
Matthew W. Rutherford, Paul F. Buller, Patrick R. McMullen, and Sharon L. Oswald

The Key to Successful Collaborative Business
Jeffrey Shuman and Janice Twombly

Using Decision Support Systems in Entrepreneurial Enterprises
Y. Helio Yang

XI. ECONOMIC GROWTH AND EMPLOYMENT

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESSES (NFIB) AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH ON THE GENERAL TOPIC OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Entrepreneurial Activity and Economic Growth
Zoltan J. Acs and Catherine Armington

The Influence of R&D Expenditures on New Firm Formation and Economic Growth
Bruce A. Kirchhoff, Iftekhar Hasan, Catherine Armington, and Scott Newbert

SUMMARIES

Are They Thinking Big Enough? The Role of Regional Culture in Explaining Entrepreneurial Activity
Terri Standish-Kuon, Hung-bin Ding, Nataporn Chanvarasuth, Maritza I. Espina, and Mesdin Simarmata

Entrepreneurial Activity and Quality of Life: The Impacts of Gazelles on Future Community Development
Norris F. Krueger, Jr.

Entrepreneurial Activity and Economic Growth: The Austrian Perspective
Maria Minniti

The Development of the Self-Employment Rate in the Netherlands 1899–1997
Sander Wennekers and Mickey Folkeringa

XII. INFORMAL INVESTORS/ANGELS

A Study of Informal Investing in 29 Nations Composing the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM)
William D. Bygrave, Michael Hay, Emily Ng, and Paul Reynolds

Representativeness and Overconfidence in Novice and Habitual Business Angels
A. Ellen Farrell and Carole Howorth

Backing the Horse or the Jockey? Agency Costs, Information and the Evaluation of Risk by Business Angels
Richard T. Harrison and Colin M. Mason

SUMMARIES

Managing High Technology SMEs to Obtain Institutional Venture Capital:
A Role for Angels

Judith J. Madill, George Haines, Jr., and Barbara J. Orser

Angel Investment Activity: Bracing for the Downdraft
Jeffrey E. Sohl and Bruce Sommer

Selection and Return in Angel Investment
Robert Wiltbank and Saras Sarasvathy

XIII. VENTURE CAPITAL

TAYLOR & FRANCIS PUBLISHERS AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH ON THE TOPIC OF VENTURE CAPITAL

The Staging of Venture Capital Investments and Reinvestment Decisions
Carolyn Birmingham, Lowell Busenitz, and Jonathan Arthurs

Knowledge-Based Antecedents of Venture Capital Firm Value Added
Dirk De Clercq and Harry J. Sapienza

The Optimal Portfolio of Start-Up Firms in Venture Capital Finance: The Moderating Effect of Syndication and an Empirical Test
Mikko Jääskeläinen, Markku Maula, and Tuukka Seppä

Toward the Standardization of Venture Capital Investment Evaluation: Decision Criteria for Rating Investee Business Plans
Brent Mainprize, Kevin Hindle, Brock Smith, and Ron Mitchell

The Syndication of Venture Capital Investments in Europe: Evidence from
Five European Countries

Sophie Manigart, Andy Lockett, Miguel Meuleman, Hans Landström, and Philippe Desbrières

Corporate Venture Capitalists and Independent Venture Capitalists: What Do They Know, Who Do They Know, and Should Entrepreneurs Care?
Markku Maula, Erkko Autio, and Gordon Murray

Value Added of Corporate Venture Capital: How Do CVC Units Benefit from the Organizational Core
Ingo Rauser and Dodo zu Knyphausen-Aufseß

How the Rich Become Richer in Venture Capital: Firm Performance and Position in Syndication Networks
Tuukka Seppä and Mikko Jääskeläinen

SUMMARIES

Evaluation Models for Venture Capitalists’ Investment Decision: Comparative Study Between Korea and U.S.
Sung-Sik Bahn, Andrew Zacharakis, and Kyoung-Mo Song

Boards of Directors of Venture-Capital-Backed Companies
Edward Marram, Todd Scherzer, and José Dornelas

The Venture Capitalist’s Choice Between an IPO and Acquisition Exit in Canada and the United States
Douglas Cumming and Jeffrey MacIntosh

The Diffusion of Institutional Logics in Entrepreneurship: The Case of Venture Capital Funded Start Ups
Teppo Felin, Tiffany Galvin, and Dara Szyliowicz

How Do Venture Capitalists Value Entrepreneurial Ventures?
Øystein Fredriksen, Anders Isaksson, and Semir Nouira

Corporate Venture Capital: Leveraging Core Competencies, Hedging Substitute Technology Risk, or Creating an Ecosystem?
James Henderson and Benoit Leleux

The Signaling Value of Incremental Investments: Insights from Private Placements in Biotechnology
Jay J. Janney

The Role of Venture Capital in Financing Unquoted Companies
Sophie Manigart, Katleen Baeyens, Ilse Verschueren

Post-Investment Performance Appraisal (PIPA): The Impact of Venture Capital
Investment on Small Firm Performance

Gavin C. Reid and Julia A. Smith

The Role of Venture Capital Financing for Young Bioscience Firms
Annika Rickne

Venture Capital Investment Proposal Screening: A Business Plan Filter Based on Neural Networks
Albert Schultz, Gordon Murray, and Zeger Degraeve

Learning in and of CVC Organizations in Germany: Industry Structure, Companies’ Strategies, Organizational Learning Capabilities
Christiana Weber and Barbara Weber

A Study of the Cooperation Potential in the Lead Investor-Investee Relationship for the Fulfillment of Start-Up Needs
Isabell Welpe and Michael Dowling

Do Venture Capitalists Affect the Commercialization Strategies of Start-Ups to Pursue Short Term Objectives? A Dyadic-Empirical Investigation in the Biotechnology Industry
Isabell Welpe and Holger Kollmer

Internationalization of Management Buyouts: Firm Strategies and Venture Capitalist Contribution
Mike Wright, Andrew Burrows, Louise Scholes, and Hans Bruining

Entrepreneurs’ Relationships with Venture Capitalists: The Development of Trust and Confidence in Cooperative Behavior
Andrew Zacharakis

POSTER SUMMARIES

A New Look at Venture Capital Investing: An Experience-Based Model
Dimo P. Dimov

Interaction Between Researchers, Firm Managers and Venture Capitalists: The Essence of Biotechnology Business
Anna S. Nilsson and John Skår

XIV. INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERINGS

European IPO’s in the U.S.: Legitimacy and Internationalization
Boyd Cohen

SUMMARIES

A Dyad-Based Analysis of New Venture Success: Comparing Recent Internet to Non-Internet Related IPOs
Richard J. Arend

Spatial Agglomeration and the Performance of Initial Public Offerings
David J. Brophy and Brian P. Poi

Investment Excesses at the End of the 1990s: When Venture Capitalists Became Financial Alchemists
William D. Bygrave, Julian E. Lange, Arihant Patni, Reddi Rayalu Kotha, and Guy-Frederic N. H. Courtin

Strategic Responses to the Crash of the Internet Sector: The Case of Recent IPOs
Daniel Forbes and Shalini Manrakhan

The Effect of Firm Strategies on Initial Public Offering Pricing: Case of the Business to Consumer (B2C) "Dot.coms"
Craig S. Galbraith, Gregory B. Merrill, Alex F. De Noble, and Curt H. Stiles

Entrepreneurs Exploiting the Internet Bubble 1998 to 2001: Do Insiders Abandon Ship at the First Sign of Trouble?
Julian E. Lange, Reddi Rayalu Kotha, Arihant Patni, and Raju Shah

Capital Pool Companies as a Means of SME Financing
An Nee Loo, Allan Riding, and George Haines, Jr.

The Division of Labor is Limited by the Extent of the Module: How New Markets Arise for Products
Steven C. Michael

Going Public During Speculative Bubbles: How Investor Sentiment Influences the Choice of Corporate Governance Structure for Initial Public Offering Firms
Yuri Mishina

The Effect of Speculative Bubbles on the Prospectus Content of Initial Public Offering Firms
Yuri Mishina

The Effect of Cash Burn Rates in Distressed Firms
Ram Mudambi and Monica Zimmerman

POSTER SUMMARIES

The Resource Dependence Role of Corporate Directors and the Performance of Newly Public Firms
Joseph E. Coombs, R. Duane Ireland, and K. Matthew Gilley

If the Green Shoe Fits: Determinants of Over-Allotments in the IPO Process
Jay J. Janney and Greg Dess

XV. BANKING/FINANCING

SUMMARIES

Decision-Making and the Development of Relationships with Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs by UK Bankers
David Deakins, Monder Ram, David Smallbone, and Margaret Fletcher

Creative Destruction in the Banking Industry
Frank Hoy, David Schauer, and Les Parker

From Credit Cards to Venture Capital: Financing Complexity and Planning Sophistication in Nascent Ventures
Charles H. Matthews, Matthew W. Ford, and Sherrie E. Human

To Switch or Not to Switch? Satisfaction Is the Question: An Examination of What Type of Satisfaction Most Influences a Small Firm's Likelihood to Switch to an Alternative Bank
Patrick Saparito and Melissa S. Cardon

POSTER SUMMARY

Small Firm Financial Structure in the United States
Brian Gibson

XVI. COMPENSATION/INCENTIVES

SUMMARIES

Does Compensation Really Matter: A Study of Venture Capital Returns in Canada
Scott Anderson and Neil Wolff

Organizational Ownership Structure, Incentive Compensation, and Firm Growth: A Study of the Entrepreneur of the Year Database
J. B. Arbaugh

XVII. CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Developing Radical Innovation Capabilities: Opposing Forces from the Corporate Entrepreneurship and Organizational Systems
Donna Kelley, Heidi M. Neck, Gina Colarelli O’Connor, and Albert Paulson

SUMMARIES

A Test of a Model of Discovery by Technically Trained Employees
James O. Fiet, Bill Norton, and Van Clouse

Levels of Entrepreneurship: The Role of Inter-Firm Entrepreneurial Collaboration
Dennis M. Garvis and R. Duane Ireland

Opportunity Recognition for Breakthrough Projects in Large Corporations
Peter A. Koen

Entrepreneurial Behavior in a Large Traditional Firm: Exploring Key Drivers
Johanna Mair

Can Corporate Chieftains Be Impelled to Behave Entrepreneurially? Perspectives from Agency Theory
Phillip H. Phan, Gideon D. Markman, and David B. Balkin

Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship: A New Strategy for Growth, Diversification and Funding
Courtney Price, John Mullins, Kit Tennis

Corporate Entrepreneurship in America: Models and Empirical Data
Joel M. Shulman and Thomas T. Stallkamp

XVIII. SPINOUTS/SPINOFFS

Academic Networks, Exodus and University Spinout Structure
Nicos Nicolaou and Sue Birley

SUMMARIES

Creating a New Business from an Existing One: Growing Offshoots from the Plant?
Gry Agnete Alsos and Elisabet Ljunggren

Spinning Off New Ventures: A Typology of Facilitating Services
Bart Clarysse, Thelma Quince, Ajay Vohora, Ans Heirman, and Els Van de Velde

Virtuous and Vicious Spinoffs: Occurrence and Performance
Joris Meijaard, Richard Kerste, and Yvonne Bernardt

XIX: INTERNATIONAL

Efforts for Technology Sharing in International Collaborative Relationships of New Software Firms
Erkko Autio, Pia Arenius, and Harry J. Sapienza

Managing Transitions or Embracing Chaos? A Study of Rapidly Growing Ventures in Canada
Charlene L. Nicholls-Nixon

SUMMARIES

Officially Despised Yet Tolerated: Open Air Markets and Entrepreneurship in Post-Socialist Countries
Ruta Aidis

Can Studies in Entrepreneurship Improve a Traditional Rural Industry? Cases from Decentralised Textile Production in India
Suresh Bhagavatula, Tom Elfring, and Aad van Tilburg

Legislating Entrepreneurial Behaviour: The Case of Slovenia
Richard T. Bliss, Lidija Polutnik, and Ales Berk

Skills, Attitudes and Performance: A National Entrepreneurial Survey
John E. Butler, Wai Chamornmarn, and Stephen Ko

Entrepreneurial Orientation, Personal Networks and New Venture Performance: The Case of Small Firms in Slovenia
Mateja Drnovsek and Miroslav Glas

Entrepreneurial Action as a Driving Force for Internationalization
Carin Holmquist

Corruption and Entrepreneurial Activity: An Empirical Study of Data from 29 Nations
Leslie E. Palich and D. Ray Bagby

A Data Mining Approach to the Modeling of Dynamic Enterprises Growth
Viljem Pšenicny and Bogdan Filipic

Post-Materialism: A Cultural Factor Influencing Entrepreneurial Activity Across Nations
Lorraine M. Uhlaner, A. Roy Thurik, Jan Hutjes

Entrepreneurship in West and East Germany
Friederike Welter

Entrepreneurship and Capabilities: How Did Chinese High-Tech Startups Emerge and Thrive?
Lin Xu

POSTER SUMMARIES

Yearning for Legitimacy: Interviews With SME Owners in Lithuania
Ruta Aidis

The Use of Exploration and Exploitation Strategies for Internationalization by Old and New Economy SMEs
Maryse J. Brand, Gerda Gemser, Delano Maccow, and Arndt Sorge

The View from There and Their: Insights on International Entrepreneurship in Singapore and Malaysia
Karl Egge

Characteristics of the Impact of Business Environment on Enterprise Growth in Slovenias Transition Economy
Viljem Pšenicny and Miroslav Glas

Study of the Impact of Multinational Corporations (MNCs) on the Level and Viability of New Enterprise Activity, within the MNC’s Host Region
Bill O’Gorman

XX: FAILURE/SURVIVAL

KAUFFMAN CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP
AWARD FOR THE BEST PAPER WITH THE MOST SIGNIFICANT IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTITONERS

What Firm Founders Do: A Longitudinal Study of the Start-Up Process
Frédéric Delmar and Scott Shane

The Fallacy of "Only the Strong Survive": A Social Cognitive Perspective on the Persistence of Underperforming Entrepreneurial Firms
Dawn R. DeTienne, Dean A. Shepherd, and Julio O. De Castro

SUMMARIES

Entrepreneurial Failure in GermanyStigma or Enigma
Leona Achtenhagen

Firm Longevity
Richard Cardozo and Patricia Borchert

Great ExpectationsThe Rise and Fall of the Dot.coms
Sarah Kennedy, Colette Henry, Shane Hill, and William Mayfield

XXI. NOT-FOR-PROFIT

SUMMARIES

Joy of Work as Experienced by Entrepreneurs and Governmental Employees
Matti Koiranen and Nina Karlsson

Entrepreneurship in the Public Sector: An Empirical Analysis of Local Governments in the UK and Italy
Stefania Zerbinati and Vangelis Souitaris

POSTER SUMMARY

Social Entrepreneurship Processes for Corporate Change
Charlene Zietsma

XXII. RESEARCH

The Crystallization of Entrepreneurship Research DVs and Methods in Mainstream Management Journals
Denis Grégoire, G. Dale Meyer, Julio O. De Castro

XXIII. EDUCATION

SUMMARY

Entrepreneurship Education Revisited: The Case of Higher Education
Jean-Pierre Béchard and Denis Grégoire

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