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29. ISEG: Causes and effecs of entrepreneurship from a multilevel perspective | Prof. Dr. Jonathan Levie

29. ISEG: Causes and effecs of entrepreneurship from a multilevel perspective | Prof. Dr. Jonathan Levie

Prof. Dr. Jonathan Levie,  University of Strathclyde Business School, UK.

Programm und Ablauf des Seminars

01. - 05.12.2014 jeweils von 16:00-19:00 Uhr

Scene-setting papers:

  • Shepherd, D.A. (2010): Multilevel Entrepreneurship Research: Opportunities for Studying Entrepreneurial Decision Making. Journal of Management 37: 412-420
  • Autio, E., Kenney, M., Mustar, P., Siegel, D. and Wright, M. (2014): Entrepreneurial Innovation: The importance of context. Research Policy 43(7): 1097-1108.

  1. Session (01. Dezember): The individual level
    • Zhao, H., Seibert, S.E., and Lumpkin, G.T. (2010): The relationship of personality to entrepreneurial intentions and performance: A meta-analytic review. Journal of Management 36(2): 381-404.
    • Lee, L., Wong, P.K., Foo, M.D. and Leung, A. (2011): Entrepreneurial intentions: The influence of organizational and individual factors. Journal of Business Venturing 26: 124–136.
    • Unger, J.M., Rauch, A., Frese, M. amd Rosenbusch, N. (2011): Human capital and entrepreneurial success: A meta-analytical review. Journal of Business Venturing 26 (2011) 341–358.
    • Shane, S. and Nicolaou, N. (2013): The genetics of entrepreneurial performance. International Small Business Journal 31(5) 473–495.
    • Stam, W., Arzlanian, S., and Elfring, T. (2014): Social capital of entrepreneurs and small firm performance: A meta-analysis of contextual and methodological moderators. Journal of Business Venturing 29 (2014) 152–173.

  2. Session (02. Dezember): The national level
    • Levie, J. and Autio, E. (2011): Regulatory Burden, Rule of Law, and Strategic Entry of Entrepreneurs: An international panel study. Journal of Management Studies Vol.48, No.6, pp 1392-1419.
    • Stenholm, P., Acs, Z. J., & Wuebker, R. (2013): Exploring Country-Level Institutional Arrangements on the Rate and Type of Entrepreneurial Activity. Journal of Business Venturing, 28(1), 176-193.
    • Levie, J., Autio, E., Acs, Z., Hart, M., (2014): Global entrepreneurship and institutions: An introduction. Small Business Economics 42 (3), 437–444.
    • De Clercq, D., Lim, D.S.K.,  Oh, C.H. (2014): Hierarchy and conservatism in the contributions of resources to entrepreneurial activity. Small Business Economics 42:507–522.

  3. Session (03. Dezember): The regional level
    • Bosma, N. and Schutjens, V. (2011): Understanding regional variation in entrepreneurial activity and entrepreneurial attitude in Europe. Annals of Regional Science 47:711–742.
    • Ewald Kibler (2013): Formation of entrepreneurial intentions in a regional context, Entrepreneurship & Regional Development: An International Journal, 25:3-4, 293-323.
    • Levie, J., Autio, E., Reeves, C., Chisholm, D., Harris, J., Grey, S., Ritchie, I., and Cleevely, M. (2013): Assessing Regional Innovative Entrepreneurship Ecosystems with the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index: The case of Scotland. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Research Conference, Barcelona, June. (Note: this may get updated with a more recent working paper within the next 2 weeks).
    • Stuetzer, M. Obschonka, M., Brixy, U., Sternberg, R. and Cantner, U. (2014):  Regional characteristics, opportunity perception and entrepreneurial activities. Small Business Economics 42:221–244

  4. Session (04. Dezember): The local level
    • Breitenecker, R.J. and Harms, R. (2010): Dealing With Spatial Heterogeneity in Entrepreneurship Research Organizational Research Methods, 13(1): 176-191
    • Raspe, O. and Van Oort, F. (2011): Growth of new firms and spatially bounded knowledge externalities. Annals of Regional Science 46:495–518.
    • Sleutjes, B. and Schutjens, V. (2013): Anchoring of Firms in the Neighbourhood: Does Local Social and Physical Order Affect Local Firms' Investment Strategies? European Planning Studies 21(8): 1256-1275. Also as Chapter 5 in Sleutjes, B.  (2012) Neighborhood effects on firm success and strategy. PhD Dissertation. Available on Google Books.
    • Bosma, N., and Sternberg, R. (2014): Entrepreneurship as an Urban Event? Empirical Evidence from European Cities. Regional Studies 48:6, 1016-1033.

  5. Session (05. Dezember): The multi-level perspective
    • Autio, E. and Acs, Z. (2010): Intellectual Property Protection and the formation of Entrepreneurial Growth Aspriations. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 4: 234-251.
    • Estrin, S. and Mickiewicz, T. (2012): Shadow economy and entrepreneurial entry. Journal of Development Economics 16(4), 559–578.
    • Estrin, S., Korosteleva, J., & Mickiewicz, T. (2013): Which Institutions Encourage Entrepreneurial Growth Aspirations? Journal of Business Venturing, 28(4), 564-580.
    • Wennberg, K., Pathak, S., and Autio, E. (2013): How culture moulds the effects of self-efficacy and fear of failure on entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 25(9/10): 756-780.
    • Autio, E., Pathak, S., and Wennberg, K. (2013): Consequences of cultural practices for entrepreneurial behaviors. Journal of International Business Studies (2013) 44, 334–362.