Journal of Small Business Management

Articles from Vol. 47, No. 3, July

At the Center of the Action: Innovation and Technology Strategy Research in the Small Business Setting
In this essay, we offer perspectives on the future of small business research. These comments cover a range of issues unique to the future of small-business-focused research from "somewhat-broad" to "more-narrow, " and address: (1) the problems and...
Co-Opetition and Technological Innovation in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: A Multilevel Conceptual Model
Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) face tremendous challenges in their attempt to pursue technological innovations. This paper argues that co-opetition strategy--simultaneous pursuit of competition and collaboration--helps SMEs to develop their...
Organizational Dynamic Capability and Innovation: An Empirical Examination of Internet Firms
This paper extends the dynamic capability perspective into the study of innovation by entrepreneurial firms. Drawing from both the resource-based view and the dynamic capability perspective, this paper explores theoretically and examines empirically...
Research Methods in the Leading Small Business-Entrepreneurship Journals: A Critical Review with Recommendations for Future Research
Small business and entrepreneurship scholars have made significant progress toward advancing the field and gaining recognition as an important domain of scientific inquiry. However, the authors suggest that a strong methodological foundation built...
The Effect of a Market Orientation, Entrepreneurial Orientation, and Technological Capability on Innovativeness: A Study of Young Biotechnology Ventures in the United States and in Scandinavia
Previous research suggests that in order to excel in innovativeness, a firm should simultaneously be market oriented, proactive, and willing to take risks, as well as have access to superior technological assets and capabilities. However, the contribution...
The Pace and Stability of Small Enterprise Innovation in Highly Dynamic Economies: A China-Based Template
In this paper, we analyze the dynamics of knowledge spillover entrepreneurship in the Chinese 'transitional" context, as a template for the evaluation of the pace and stability of small business innovation institutionalization in many transition economies,...
The Role of Cultural and Symbolic Capital in Entrepreneurs' Ability to Meet Expectations about Conformity and Innovation
We conceptualize entrepreneurs' success in acquiring resources as the outcome of a socially embedded process of pursuing legitimacy, which in turn encompasses their ability to meet field incumbents' expectations about conformity and innovation. Drawing...
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