TOC: J Bus Venturing


Journal of Business Venturing, 28(1)

Institutions, entrepreneurs, and communities: A special issue on entrepreneurship
P. Devereaux Jennings, Royston Greenwood, Michael D. Lounsbury, Roy Suddaby [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

“Living in the fishbowl”. Generating an entrepreneurial culture in a local community in Argentina
Ignasi Marti, David Courpasson, Saulo Dubard Barbosa [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

When institutional change outruns the change agent: The contested terrain of entrepreneurial microfinance for those in poverty
Susanna Khavul, Helmuth Chavez, Garry D. Bruton [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Creating opportunities for institutional entrepreneurship: The Colonel and the Cup in English County Cricket
April L. Wright, Raymond F. Zammuto [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Crescive entrepreneurship in complex social problems: Institutional conditions for entrepreneurial engagement
Silvia Dorado, Marc J. Ventresca [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

To be different, or to be the same? An exploratory study of isomorphism in the cluster
Justin Tan, Yunfei Shao, Wan Li [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The microstructures of rhetorical strategy in social entrepreneurship: Building legitimacy through heroes and villains
Trish Ruebottom [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Contextualizing the categorical imperative: Category linkages, technology focus, and resource acquisition in nanotechnology entrepreneurship
Tyler Wry, Michael Lounsbury [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Building entrepreneurial tie portfolios through strategic homophily: The role of narrative identity work in venture creation and early growth
Nelson Phillips, Paul Tracey, Neri Karra [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Start-up incentives: Entrepreneurship policy or active labour market programme?
Concepción Román, Emilio Congregado, José María Millán [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Exploring country-level institutional arrangements on the rate and type of entrepreneurial activity
Pekka Stenholm, Zoltan J. Acs, Robert Wuebker [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

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