Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal

A double blind, refereed journal which publishes theoretical and empirical manuscripts on entrepreneurship and small business.

Articles from Vol. 10, No. 1-2, January-July

Absorptive Capacity as an Enabler of New Entry Frequency and Success
ABSTRACT This study describes linkages between absorptive capacity and entrepreneurial behavior. Combining multiple case-based and quantitative, longitudinal methodologies, the study finds that effective organizational communications and greater...
A Longitudinal Study of the Entrepreneurial Intentions of University Students
ABSTRACT This paper presents a longitudinal study of entrepreneurial intentions among university students enrolled in a business administration program. Data was collected twice: first during the last semester in school and then 18 months later,...
Business Location Relates to Learning Experience of the New Venture Creation-Rural versus Urban Entrepreneurs
ABSTRACT This paper reports the preliminary results of an on-going national study of small businesses to determine the impact of entrepreneurial decisions on rural and urban entrepreneurs, their spouses, and their children. One hundred and thirty-five...
Delving into the Digital Divide: Computer Use among the Self-Employed in Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan Areas
ABSTRACT There is little question that computers and the internet are changing the way people in our society conduct business as both suppliers and buyers. While rural businesses may have the most to gain from the new marketplace opened up by communications...
Economic Development: Changing the Policy to Support Entrepreneurship
ABSTRACT This article explores the traditional approach to economic development which embodied the battle cry, "What's good for General Motors is good for America." The authors explore and explain the changes in the world economy which have made...
Exploring the Financial Performance Impacts of Two Dimensions of Corporate Entrepreneurship
ABSTRACT This study explores the effects risk permissiveness and strategic planning flexibility, as two of the dimensions of corporate entrepreneurship, on the financial performance of small firms in lower and higher levels of market dynamism. Analysis...
Family Business Characteristics and Management Practices: An Analysis of Covariance Study
ABSTRACT There has been limited prior research into generational differences among family businesses. This study primarily compared first, second and third-generation family firms. However, it used an advanced research design by including four control...
The Impact of Newness and Novelty on the Fit between the New Venture and the Top Management Team
ABSTRACT This article reviews and applies lessons from the strategic management literature on the relationship between the level of innovation of a new venture and the size, diversity, and experience of its top management team. It is suggested that...
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