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1996 Edition


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    1996 Topical Index

  • Business Angels
  • Competitive Strategies
  • Financing: Traditional Sources
  • Firm Growth
  • Firm Ownership
  • Franchising
  • Geographic Expansion: Regional & International
  • Government Policy, Programs and Entrepreneurship
  • High Technology Firms and Strategy
  • High Technology Products and Entrepreneurship
  • Investment, Venture Capital Decisions
  • Management and Growth
  • Managerial Characteristics and Behavior of Entrepreneurs
  • Market Value and Firm Growth
  • Miscellaneous Topics
  • Personal Experiences and Entrepreneurial Behavior
  • Personal Characteristics of the Entrepreneur
  • Special Topic: Entrepreneurship in the Not-For-Profit Sector
  • Strategic Alliances and Networks
  • Transitions Economies, Privatization, and Entrepreneurship
  • Women and Entrepreneurship
  • Workshops

  • THE COLEMAN FOUNDATION AWARD WINNING CONFERENCE PAPER ON THE GENERAL TOPIC

    High Tech vs. Non-Tech; VC vs. Non-VC: Sorting Out The Effects:
    Robert H. Keeley, Robert W. Knapp and James T. Rothe

    I. SPECIAL TOPIC: ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE NOT-FOR-PROFIT SECTOR

    Alcoholism Treatment Center Death: Interorganizational Linkages in Health Care:
    Terry C. Blum, Paul M. Roman and Scott A. Shane

    Toward A Not-For-Profit Analytical Framework: William D. Bygrave, Daniel D'Heilly,
    Melinda McMullen and Natalie T. Taylor

    Social Comparison Behavior Among Profit and Not-For-Profit Oriented Businesses: An Analysis of Similarities and Differences: Brooke R. Envick, Steven M. Sommer and Robin D. Anderson

    SUMMARIES
    II. PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ENTREPRENEUR

    Evidence for the Existence of a Set of Personality Types, Defined by Psychological Tests, That Predict Entrepreneurial Success: John B. Miner

    Psychological Factors in Success at Getting Into Business: Kelly G. Shaver, William B. Gartner, Elizabeth J. Gatewood and Lynn H. Vos

    SUMMARIES
    III. WOMEN AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    SUMMARIES POSTER SESSION


    IV. PERSONAL EXPERIENCES AND ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIOR

    Effects of Transferability of Learning From Pre-Start-up Experiences:
    Arif Butt and Wasif Khan

    The Impact of the Owner's Employment Status on New Business Formations and Their Substance: William J. Dennis, Jr. and Terri Dial

    Three Key Experiences of Japanese Entrepreneurs During Their Elementary and Secondary School Years: Shoko Ohe and Takeru Ohe

    Founder Backgrounds and Entrepreneurial Success: Implications for Core Competence Strategy Application to New Ventures: Steven T. Walsh, Bruce A. Kirchhoff and Robert L. Boylan

    SUMMARIES

    V. MANAGERIAL CHARACTERISTICS AND BEHAVIOR OF ENTREPRENEURS

    Entrepreneurial Time Allocation: Antecedents and Performance Implications:
    Arnold C. Cooper, Mohan Ramachandran and David Schoorman

    Entrepreneurs as Managers: A Study of the Implications of Different Managerial Styles for New Venture Performance: Jaume Franquesa and Arnold C. Cooper
    VI. COMPETITIVE STRATEGIES

    Competing Against a Retailing Giant: A Look at How Local Merchants Respond to the Arrival of Wal-Mart: Jeffrey E. McGee

    SUMMARIES
    VII. GEOGRAPHIC EXPANSION: REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL

    Internationalization of New Ventures: Implications of the Value Chain:
    James G. Almeida and James M. Bloodgood

    Geographic Expansion: A Common But Managerially Challenging Path to Small Firm Growth:
    Bruce R. Barringer and Daniel W. Greening

    SUMMARIES
    VIII. STRATEGIC ALLIANCES AND NETWORKS

    External Resource Exchange and Perceptions of Competitiveness Within Organizational Networks: An Organizational Learning Perspective: Sherrie E. Human and Keith G. Provan

    The Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Networks: Bengt Johannisson

    Strategic Alliances and Performance of High Technology New Firms: Timothy M. Stearns

    The Development Process of Interfirm Cooperation of SMEs: Elina Varamäki

    SUMMARIES
    IX. FRANCHISING

    Making New Franchise Systems Work: Scott A. Shane

    An Examination of the Effects of Exit and Switching Costs on Trade Mark Valuation and Franchisee Satisfaction: Stephen Spinelli and Sue Birley

    SUMMARIES

    X. BUSINESS ANGELS

    Serial Investors: An Exploratory Study: Peter Kelly and Michael Hay

    The Returns from Informal Venture Capital Investments: Some Evidence From Finland:
    Annareetta Lumme, Colin Mason and Markku Suomi

    SUMMARIES
    XI. INVESTMENT, VENTURE CAPITAL DECISIONS

    Financing Early Stage Technology Based Companies: Investment Criteria Used by Investors: Jagdeep S. Bachher and Paul D. Guild

    Factors Underlying Changes in Risk Perceptions of New Ventures by Venture Capitalists:
    Douglas D. Moesel, Jim Fiet, Lowell Busenitz and Jay Barney

    Do Venture Capitalists Really Understand Their Own Decision Process?: A Social Judgment Theory Perspective: Andrew L. Zacharakis and G. Dale Meyer

    SUMMARIES

    XII. FINANCING: TRADITIONAL SOURCES

    SUMMARIES:
    XIII. MARKET VALUE AND FIRM GROWTH

    The Market Value of Intangible Resources: Evidence From the Biotechnology Industry:
    Joseph E. Coombs and David L. Deeds

    Firm Specific Capabilities as a Determinant of the 'Market Value Added' By Biotechnology Companies: David L. Deeds and Joseph Coombs

    Pricing High Growth Firms: Arbitrage Opportunities in the INC.100:
    Benoit F. Leleux, Julian E Lange and Veronique M. Matthys

    SUMMARIES
    XIV. FIRM GROWTH

    Initial Founding Conditions and New Firm Performance: A Longitudinal Study Integrating Predictions From Multiple Perspectives: Charles E. R. Bamford, Thomas J. Dean
    and Patricia P. McDougall

    When Does Growth Pay?: Richard N. Cardozo, Tait Elder and Brian Harmon

    Gauging Performance in Emerging Businesses: Longitudinal Evidence and Growth Pattern Analysis: Gaylen N. Chandler and David A. Baucus

    SUMMARIES
    XV. MANAGEMENT AND GROWTH

    Leadership, Management, and Culture in High-Performance Entrepreneurial Companies:
    John H. Eggers, Kim T. Leahy and Neil C. Churchill

    Managing Growth Through Strategic Change in New Ventures:
    G. Page West III and G. Dale Meyer


    XVI. FIRM OWNERSHIP AND PERFORMANCE

    Using Ownership As An Incentive: Does The "Too Many Chiefs" Rule Apply in Initial Public Offering (IPO) Firms?: Theresa M. Welbourne

    The Longer Term Effects of Management-Led Buy-Outs:
    Mike Wright, Nick Wilson and Ken Robbie

    SUMMARIES
    XVII. HIGH TECHNOLOGY PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

    Parasitic Product Development: Do Small Firms Exploit Knowledge Spillovers?:
    Michael B. Heeley and Charles W. L. Hill

    Patterns and Determinants of Technological Scanning: An Empirical Investigation of Manufacturing SMBs: Pierre-André Julien, Louis Raymond, Réal Jacob and Charles Ramangalahy


    XVII. HIGH TECHNOLOGY FIRMS AND STRATEGY

    Niche Strategy - Planning Focus Synergy in Technological, Entrepreneurial Firms:
    Karen A. Bantel

    SUMMARIES
    XIX. GOVERNMENT POLICY, PROGRAMS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    Government Programs and High Growth New Firms: Sammis B. White and Paul D. Reynolds

    SUMMARIES
    XX. TRANSITION ECONOMIES, PRIVITIZATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    Entrepreneurs and Privatized Firms in Russia and Ukraine: Evidence on Performance:
    Mike Wright, Igor Filatotchev and Trevor Buck

    SUMMARIES
    XXI. MISCELLANEOUS

    SUMMARIES
    XXII. WORKSHOPS
    No Papers Available

    Conducting International Franchising Research with the Classroom in Mind:
    Frank Hoy, Scott Shane, Karin Fladmoe-Lindquist, & Dianne H. B. Welsch

    Corporate Venturing and Discontinuous Innovation:


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