Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2004: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Annual Entrepreneurship Research Conference

Posted: 4 Nov 2009

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Shaker A. Zahra

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities - Carlson School of Management

Date Written: 2004

Abstract

The 24th annual Babson Kauffman Entrepreneurship ResearchConference included scholarly presentations on a wide range of entrepreneurshiptopics. Table of Contents I. Survival/Failure Failure Factors of New Technology-Based Ventures According to the GrowthStages, Jangwoo Lee and Sunghun Lee Failing to Succeed: New Venture Failure as a Moderator of Startup Experienceand Startup Expertise, Ronald K. Mitchell, J. Robert Mitchell, and J. BrockSmith Entrepreneurial Failure? The Factors that Predict Voluntary vs. InvoluntaryExit, Julio DeCastro and Dara Szyliowicz A Longitudinal Study of Success and Failure among Scientist-StartedVentures, Michael A. Gurdon and Karel J. Samsom An Investigation of the Linkage Between Entrepreneur Intelligence and NewVenture Performance, Keith M. Hmieleski The Rise and Fall of Dot-Coms: A Relationship Between Failure and StrategicPersistence, Gina L. Miller, Robert G. Schwartz, and Richard D.Teach Schooling, Capital Constraints, and Entrepreneurial Performance: TheEndogenous Triangle, Simon Parker and Mirjam van Praag Poster Summaries Measuring and Managing Social, Knowledge, and Financial Value in anEntrepreneurial Network: Implications for Technology Start-Ups, GeoffreyGregson Timing of Market Entry: Theoretical Predictions and Experimental Evidenceson Bounded Rationality, Christian Schade and Moren Lévesque II. Informal Investors Who Finances Startups in the USA? A Comprehensive Study of InformalInvestors, 1999-2003, William D. Bygrave and Paul D. Reynolds Determinants of Angel Investing Propensity: Empirical Evidence from the29-Country GEM Dataset, Poh Kam Wong, Yuen Ping Ho, and Erkko Autio Summaries Information Asymmetry and Investment Appraisal Qualities of Novice andHabitual Business Angels, Ellen Farrell and Carole Howorth The Value Added Contribution of Informal Investors: Perspectives from aCritical Incident Approach, Richard Harrison and Colin Mason Informal Investors: Whose Money Are They Investing? Rögnvaldur J.Saemundsson and Guðrún Mjöll Sigurðardottir III. Women and Entrepreneurship Summaries Positioning for Growth: Women’s Use of Bootstrapping to Finance TheirVentures, Candida Brush, Nancy M. Carter, Elizabeth J. Gatewood,Patricia G. Greene, and Myra Hart Leisure or Work? Comparing Time Allocation Decisions of Female and MaleEntrepreneurs, Ingrid Verheul, Martin Carree, and Roy Thurik Are Sex-Roles Better than Sex? An Investigation into the RelationshipBetween an Alternative Measure of Gender and SME Owner-OperatorCharacteristics, John Watson and Rick Newby Social Capital and Women Entrepreneurship in Fragile Environments: DoesNetworking Matter? Friederike Welter, David Smallbone, Nina Isakova, ElenaAculai, and Natalja Schakirova Poster Summary New Venture Intentions of Female Nascent Entrepreneurs: Does EntrepreneurialSelf-Efficacy and Social Networks Matter? Jennifer Sequeira IV. Characteristics of Teams/Leadership A Social Cognitive Model of Founding Team Dynamics, Michael D. Ensley,Jon C. Carr, and Pasi Sajasalo Teams That Work Together, Stay Together: Resiliency of EntrepreneurialTeams, Phillip H. Kim and Howard E. Aldrich Learning about Leadership and Firm Growth Through Monthly Data Collectionand Dialogue with Entrepreneurs, Theresa M. Welbourne Entrepreneurship at Any Expense? The Effect of Human Capital onHigh-Potential Entrepreneurship, Johan Wiklund, Frédéric Delmar, and KarinSjöberg Summaries Exploring Trust, Group Satisfaction, and Performance in GeographicallyDispersed and Co-Located University Technology Commercialization Teams,Kathleen Allen and Richard Bergin Assessing New Venture Team Development and Entrepreneurial Satisfaction,Ming-Huei Chen

Keywords: Entrepreneurship research, Cooperation, Angel investors, Spinoffs, University spinouts, Corporate ventures, Resource acquisition, Firm growth, International expansion, Firm location, Management teams, Patents, Female entrepreneurs, Founders, Family firms, Opportunity recognition, Economic growth, Failure analysis, Patent licenses, Social networks, Firm strategies, Clusters, Firm theory, Social entrepreneurship, Cognition, Nascent entrepreneurs, Firm survival, Leadership, Startups, Venture capital, Alliance formation, Entrepreneurial orientation, Social capital

Suggested Citation

Zahra, Shaker A., Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2004: Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Annual Entrepreneurship Research Conference (2004). University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership Historical Research Reference in Entrepreneurship. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1497875

Shaker A. Zahra (Contact Author)

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities - Carlson School of Management ( email )

19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
United States

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