Kelley A. Packalen

Queen's University - Smith School of Business

Smith School of Business - Queen's University

143 Union Street

Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6

Canada

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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776

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0

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10

Scholarly Papers (4)

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Organizational and Institutional Genesis: The Emergence of High-Tech Clusters in the Life Sciences

THE EMERGENCE OF ORGANIZATION AND MARKETS, Chapter 13, John Padgett, Walter W. Powell, eds., Forthcoming , Queen's School of Business Research Paper No. 03-10
Number of pages: 70 Posted: 11 Jan 2010
Stanford Graduate School of Business, Queen's University - Smith School of Business and Reed College
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regional agglomeration, institutional emergence, social networks, biotechnology, economic sociology, economic geography

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Help Me Do it on My Own: How Entrepreneurs Manage Autonomy and Constraint within Incubator Organizations

Research in the Sociology of Organizations, volume 47, (2016) Forthcoming
Number of pages: 42 Posted: 27 May 2016
Victor P. Seidel, Kelley A. Packalen and Siobhan Clare O'Mahony
Babson College, Queen's University - Smith School of Business and Boston University School of Management
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Entrepreneurial autonomy, entrepreneurship, sponsoring organizations, business incubators, resource acquisition

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You Can't Leave Your Past Behind: The Influence of Founders' Career Histories on their Firms - Executive Summary

Number of pages: 9 Posted: 01 Apr 2009
Kelley A. Packalen
Queen's University - Smith School of Business
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founder, founding, background, theory, human capital, demographic, industry, biotechnology, status

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Multiple Successful Models: How Demographic Features of Founding Teams Differ between Regions and Over Time

Accepted Manuscript of an article to be published by Taylor & Francis in Entrepreneurship & Regional Development
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 03 Jun 2015
Kelley A. Packalen
Queen's University - Smith School of Business
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founding teams; human capital; demographic features; status; isomorphism; industry evolution; biotechnology industry; venture capital