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Articles for the International Review of Entrepreneurship, Volume 16: Issue 2, 2018 are currently being compiled for publication by the 30th of June.

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IRE Vol 16: Issue 1, 2018 (Published 30th March)
Article #1571 - Microfoundations for New Market Creation: Differences between Expert Entrepreneurs and Expert Managers
Nicholas Dew (Naval Postgraduate School, USA), Stuart Read (Atkinson Graduate School of Management, Willamette University, USA)
Saras D. Sarasvathy (Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia, USA), Robert Wiltbank (Atkinson Graduate School of Management, Willamette University, USA)
Article #1572 - Skill Variety in Entrepreneurship: A Literature Review and Research Directions
Alexander Krieger (Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University, Mannheim, Germany), Jörn Block (Trier University, Germany, and Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands) and Michael Stuetzer (Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University, and Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany)
Article #1573 - Entrepreneurial Leadership: An Exploratory Study of Attitudinal and Behavioral Patterns over the Business Life-Cycle
Eleni Kesidou and Sara Carter (Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, Strathclyde Business School, Glasgow, UK)
Article #1574 - Hybrid Entrepreneurship: Employees Climbing the Entrepreneurial Ladder
Sylvain Luc (Department of Industrial Relations, Université Laval, Canada), Gabriel M. Chirita (Université de Moncton, Shippagan Campus, Canada), Esther Delvaux (Department of Industrial Relations, Université Laval, Canada, and Namur Digital Institute NADI, University of Namur, Belgium), Achille Kwamegni Kepnou (Department of Industrial Relations, Université Laval, Canada)
Article #1575 - Self-Employment and its Relationship to Subjective Well-Being
Aycan Kara (Indiana University Southeast, School of Business, New Albany, USA) and Maria Petrescu (Nova Southeastern University, H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship, Florida, USA)
Article #1576 - Product Differentiation at the Base of the Pyramid: Individual-Level Antecedents and Performance Outcomes
Nuraddeen Nuhu (University of Bradford, UK), Michael Lerman, Nick Mmbaga and David Gras (University of Tennessee, Haslam School of Business, USA)
IRE Vol 15: Issue 4, 2017 - Special issue: Selected papers from the 5th International Workshop on Entrepreneurship, Culture, Finance and Economic Development (ECFED), June 23 – 24, 2016, University of Lyon, France - (Published 22nd December)
Article #1565 - Persistence of Regional Entrepreneurship: Causes, Effects, and Directions for Future Research
Michael Fritsch and Michael Wyrwich (Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany)
Article #1566 - In Defense of Knightian Entrepreneurship Theory
David Emanuel Andersson (Department of Economics and Finance, School of Commerce and Management, RMIT University Vietnam)
Article #1567 - New-firm Survival in Sweden: New Methods and Results
Marcus Box, Karl Gratzer and Xiang Lin (ENTER forum - Centre for Entrepreneurship, Södertörn University, Sweden)
Article #1568 - Exploring the Relationship between Micro-Enterprises and Regional Development: Evidence from Tunisia
Faten Gazzah (University of Caen, France, and University of Sousse, Tunisia), Jean Bonnet (University of Caen, France) and Sana El Harbi (University of Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)
Article #1569 - Performance Determinants in Immigrant Entrepreneurship: An Empirical Study
Mario Rosique-Blasco, Antonia Madrid-Guijarro and Domingo García-Pérez-de-Lema (Facultad Ciencias de la Empresa, Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena - UPCT, Spain)
Article #1570 - Advantages of Hybrid Organising in Social Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Norway
Paulami Mitra (IÉSEG School of Management, Lille, France, and Louvain School of Management, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium), Janice Byrne (IÉSEG School of Management, Lille, France) and Frank Janssen (Louvain School of Management, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)

IRE Vol 15: Issue 3, 2017 (Published 30th September)

Article #1559 - Backing the Horse or the Jockey? Due Diligence, Agency Costs, Information and the Evaluation of Risk by Business Angel Investors
Richard T. Harrison (Centre for Entrepreneurship Research and Centre for Strategic Leadership, University of Edinburgh Business School, Scotland, UK) and Colin M. Mason (Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
Article #1560 - The Elements of a Successful Crowdfunding Campaign: A Systematic Literature Review of Crowdfunding Performance
Valtteri Kaartemo (Masar B.V., The Netherlands and Turku School of Economics, University of Turku, Finland)
Article #1561 - The Link between Gender Diversity and Innovation: What is the Role of Firm Size?
Mercedes Teruel and Agustí Segarra-Blasco (Research Group of Industry and Territory, Department of Economics – CREIP, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Reus, Spain)
Article #1562 - The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Entrepreneurs’ Perceptions of Success: An Exploratory Study
Haibo Zhou (NIKOS-ESIM, University of Twente, The Netherlands) and Ana Maria Bojica (Faculty of Economics and Business Studies, University of Granada, Spain) 
Article #1563 - The Dynamics of Self-Employment and Unemployment During the Great Recession
Joana Cima, Joana Costa, Carlos Pinto and Tania Pinto (Centre for Economics and Finance at the University of Porto, Portugal)
Article #1564 - Explaining Firm Performance in African Least Developed Countries: Evidence from Burundi and Tanzania
Emiel L. Eijdenberg (Institute of Marketing and Management, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany) and Kees van Montfort (Nyenrode Business Universiteit, Breukelen, The Netherlands)
IRE Vol 15: Issue 2, 2017 (Published June 30th)
Article #1553 - Managerial Stability and the Pricing of New Equity Issuances: The Effects of State Enforcement of Noncompetition Agreements
Yin-chi Liao (Western Illinois University, USA), Bill Francis (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA), Iftekhar Hasan (Fordham University, USA; Bank of Finland; University of Sydney, Australia) and Haizhi Wang (Illinois Institute of Technology, USA)
Article #1554 - Recruiting for Small Business Growth: Micro Level Evidence
Anton Gidehag (Örebro University, Sweden; and HUI Research, Stockholm, Sweden) and Magnus Lodefalk (Örebro University, Sweden; and Ratio Institute, Stockholm, Sweden)
Article #1555 - Higher Education Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Exploring the Role of Business Incubators in an Emerging Economy
Maribel Guerrero (Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK), David Urbano (Department of Business, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain) and Eduardo Gajón (School of Business and Entrepreneurship, Tecnológico de Monterrey, México)
Article #1556 - The Role of Corporate Parent Support for Spinoff Innovation Performance
Nabil Abou Lebdi (University of Luxembourg, Centre for Research in Economics and Management - CREA, Luxembourg)
Article #1557 - Skills Variety and Self Employment: The Case of Spain
Aleksander Kucel (Escola Superior de Ciències Socials i de l'Empresa de Tecnocampus, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain) and Jaume Teodoro (Escola Superior Politècnica de Tecnocampus, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain) 
Article #1558 - Work Integration Social Enterprises in Transition Countries: The Case of Serbia
Marija Džunić, Jelena Stanković and Vesna Janković-Milić (Faculty of Economics, University of Nis, Serbia)
IRE Vol 15: Issue 1, 2017 (Published March 31st)
Article #1547 - Status Quo Institutions and the Benefits of Institutional Deviations
Niklas Elert and Magnus Henrekson (Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, Sweden)
Article #1548 - The Role of Loan Commitment Terms in Credit Allocation on the UK Small Firms Loan Guarantee Scheme
Marc Cowling, Cathy Matthews (Brighton Business School, University of Brighton, UK) and Weixi Liu (Management school, University of Bath, UK)
Article #1549 - Corporate Social Responsibility Motivations in Zambian SMEs
Progress Choongo, Elco van Burg, Enno Masurel (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Leo J. Paas (Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand) and John Lungu (The Copperbelt University, Kitwe, Zambia)
Article #1550 - Mergers Between Savings Banks. The Solution for Improving Risk in the Spanish Banking Sector?
Vicente Pina, Lourdes Torres, Patricia Bachiller (University of Zaragoza, Spain)
Article #1551 - Determinants of New Firm Formation in Developing Countries: A Review
Carla Daniela Calá (Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Argentina), Josep-Maria Arauzo-Carod and Miguel Manjón-Antolín (CREIP-QURE and Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalonia, Spain)
Article #1552 - Work–Life Balance and Gender Differences in Self-Employment Income during the Start-Up Stage in Japan 
Hiroyuki Okamuro (Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan) and Kenta Ikeuchi (Research Institute of Economy Trade and Industry RIETI, Tokyo, Japan)
IRE Vol 14: Issue 4, 2016 (Published December 31st)
Article #1541 - High-Growth Firms: Not So Vital After All? 
Sven-Olov Daunfeldt (HUI Research, Stockholm, Sweden and Dalarna University, Borlänge, Sweden), Daniel Halvarsson (The Ratio Institute, Stockholm, Sweden), and Oana Mihaescu (HUI Research, Stockholm, Sweden) 
Article #1542 - How Does the Gender and Attractiveness of the Supervisor Influence the Performance of Supervisees? Implications for Hiring Processes in New Ventures
Philipp Koellinger (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands) and Joern H. Block (Universität Trier, Germany and Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands) 
Article #1543 - Business Dynamism and Economic Growth: US Regional Evidence
Miguel Casares (Universidad Pública de Navarra, Spain) and Hashmat Khan (Carleton University, Canada)
Article #1544 - "My Old And My New Family" - The Impact of Family Relationships on Students' Entrepreneurial Intentions: An Italian Study
Alessandra Tognazzo, Paolo Gubitta and Martina Gianecchini (Department of Economics and Management, University of Padova, Italy)
Article #1545 - Access to Informal Venture Capital and Ambitious Entrepreneurship - Cross Country Evidence
Sofia Avdeitchikova (Oxford Research, Stockholm, Sweden) and Kristina Nyström (Royal Institute of Technology-KTH, and The Ratio Institute, Stockholm, Sweden)
Article #1546 - Bank Loan Application Success of Innovative and Non-Innovative SMEs
Peter van der Zwan (Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
IRE Vol 14: Issue 3, 2016 (Published September 16th)
Article #1535 - Indicators of Start-Ups’ Adoption of Blue Ocean Strategy: Empirical Evidence for the Danube Region
Karin Širec and Dijana Močnik (University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia)
Article #1536 - Self-Employed Individuals With and Without Employees: Individual, Social and Economic Level Differences
Maria Petrescu (Nova Southeastern University, H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship, Florida, USA)
Article #1537 - Business Takeover or New Venture? (Why) Do Women Prefer New Ventures?
Rosemarie Kay and Nadine Schlömer-Laufen (Institut für Mittelstandsforschung [IfM] Bonn Maximilianstr, Germany)
Article #1538 - Value Adding Activities in the Venture Capital Literature: A Review on Data, Variables and Methods
Wiebke Stranz (HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Germany)
Article #1539 - The Returns to Field of Study in College: A Comparison Between Entrepreneurs and Wage-Workers
Eunice Li and Cornelius A. Rietveld (Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands) and André van Stel (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland)
Article #1540 - Review of Empirical Studies on Self-Employment out of Unemployment: Do Self-Employment Policies Make a Positive Impact?
Ondřej Dvouletý and Martin Lukeš (Department of Entrepreneurship, University of Economics in Prague, the Czech Republic)
IRE Vol 14: Issue 2, 2016 (Published June 27th)

Article #1529 - Testing the Validity of Blue Ocean Strategy versus Competitive Strategy: An Analysis of the Retail Industry

Andrew Burke (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland), André van Stel (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland), Roy Thurik (Erasmus School of Economics, the Netherlands and Montpellier Business School, France)
Article #1530 - The World is your Oyster: The Effects of Knowledge, Human Capital, Technology and Entry Timing on International Growth
Marc Cowling (Brighton Business School, University of Brighton, UK), Weixi Liu (School of Management, University of Bath, UK) and Ning Zhang (Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China)
 Article #1531 - Re-Estimating the Returns to Education by Employment Status: Paid Employed vs. Own-Account Workers vs. Employers
Jesús Iglesias (Department of Economics, University of Huelva, Spain), Mónica Carmona and Enrique Ferradás (Department of Business Administration, University of Huelva, Spain)
Article #1532 - The Impact of Strategic Independence and Mentoring on Entrepreneurial Orientation: Exploring the Propensity of Millennials to Transition into Full Adulthood
Eric G. Kirby, Robert Konopaske and Susan L. Kirby (Department of Management, Texas State University, San Marcos, USA)
Article #1533 - SME Innovations and Performance: The Mediating Role of Product Innovation
Zhelyu Vladimirov (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria)
Article #1534 - Entrepreneurial Leadership: A Systematic Literature Review
Christian Harrison, Stuart Paul and Kevin Burnard (University of the West of Scotland, UK)

IRE Vol 14: issue 1, 2016 (Published 25th March)

Article #1523 - Human Capital as a Driver of Innovation Among Necessity-Based Entrepreneurs
Pourya Darnihamedani (NEOMA Business School, Mont-Saint-Aignan, France and Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands) and Jolanda Hessels (Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands)
Article #1524 - Is Venture Capital Performance Affected by Recessions? Evidence from the UK Venture Capital Trust Scheme
Josh Siepel (Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex, UK)
Article #1525 - Strategic Organizational Development and Growing Pains: Empirical Evidence from Europe
Eric G. Flamholtz, (Anderson School of Management, UCLA, and President of Management Systems Consulting Corporation, Los Angeles, USA), and Dariusz Brzezinski (Managing Partner of APAX Consulting Group Sp. z o.o., Warszawa, Poland)
Article #1526 - Post-privatisation Governance and Corporate Entrepreneurship in Transition Economies
Huong T. M. Nguyen (VNUK Institute for Research and Executive Education, University of Danang, Vietnam)
Article #1527 - Explaining Investment Dynamics: Empirical Evidence from German New Ventures
Harald Habermann (Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Germany)
Article #1528 - Job Creation by the Solo Self-Employed During the First Years of Business
Albert Kraaij and Elisa Elbers (Financial Inclusion & New Entrepreneurship, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands)
IRE Vol 13: Issue 4, 2015 (Publised 17th December)
Article #1518 - Creative Relationships: A Basic Concept within Entrepreneurship Education? 
Jonas Aspelin (School of Education and Environment, Kristianstad University, Sweden)
Article #1519 - Communication and Entrepreneurship: Influence Tactics in Business Support Situations
Renaud Redien-Collot (Novancia Business School Paris, France) and Miruna Radu Lefebvre (Audencia Nantes School of Management, France)
Article #1520 - Family Business Internationalization in the New Millennium: Achievements and Avenues for Future Research?
Yordanka V. Ivanova (University of National and World Economy UNWE, Bulgaria and Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium), Nikolay A. Dentchev (Vrije Universiteit, Brussel and KU Leuven, Belgium) and Kiril A. Todorov (University of National and World Economy, Sofia and Bulgarian Association for Management Development and Entrepreneurship, Bulgaria)
Article #1521 - How is CSR-Intensity related to the Entrepreneur’s Motivation to engage in CSR? Empirical Evidence from Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in the Dutch Construction Sector
Enno Masurel and Jochem Rens (Amsterdam Center for Entrepreneurship, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Article #1522 - We Built It, Now Will They Come? bOK Systems Corp.
Prescott C. Ensign (Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada) and Aydin Y. Mirzaee, (FluidReview by SurveyMonkey, Canada)
Article #1522 (Teaching Note) - We Built It, Now Will They Come? bOK Systems Corp.                                                                
Prescott C. Ensign (Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada) and Aydin Y. Mirzaee, (FluidReview by SurveyMonkey, Canada)
IRE Vol 13: Issue 3, 2015 (Published 24th September)
Article #1512 - Entrepreneurial Intentions Research: A Review and Outlook Barbara Bird 
(American University, Washington, DC, USA)
Article #1513 - Institutions and Social Networks: Explaining Barriers to New Firm Entry and Growth in the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood
Will Bartlett (London School of Economics and Political Science, UK), Ana Popa (Expert-Grup Independent Think-Tank, Chișinău, Moldova) and Vesna Popovski (London School of Economics and Political Science, UK)
Article #1514 - Entrepreneurial Tendencies among People with ADHD
Nebojsa Dimic and Vitaly Orlov (University of Vaasa, Finland)
Article #1515 - Capturing Statistically the “Intermediate Zone” between the Employee and Employer Firm Owner
Jerzy Cieślik (Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland)
Article #1516 - Opportunities for International Portfolio Diversification across the South Eastern European Region
Jasmina Okičić (University of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Article #1517 - Vegetarian Gardens: Grow in Guyana or is the Grass Greener Elsewhere?
Prescott C. Ensign (Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada) and Shawn Roy (General Dynamics Mission Systems, Canada)
Article #1517 (Teaching Note) - Vegetarian Gardens: Grow in Guyana or is the Grass Greener Elsewhere?
Prescott C. Ensign (Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada) and Shawn Roy (General Dynamics Mission Systems, Canada)
 IRE Vol 13: Issue 2, 2015 (Published 30th June)
Article #1506 - The Economic Value of Different Types of Solo Self-Employed: A Review 
André van Stel (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland) and Nardo de Vries (Maastricht University, The Netherlands)
Article #1507 - Independent Professionals: Legal Issues and Challenges
Patricia Leighton (IPAG Business School, France and University of South Wales, UK)
Article #1508 - Organising Freelancers: A Hard Case or a New Opportunity?
Michael Wynn (Kingston University, UK)
Article #1509 - What’s in a name? The value of ‘Entrepreneurs’ compared to ‘Self-Employed’...but what about ‘Freelancing’ or ‘IPro’?
Tui McKeown (Monash University, Australia)
Article #1510 - Freelancers, Self-Employment and the Insurance against Social Risks
Uwe Fachinger (University of Vechta, Germany ) and Anna Frankus (FFC, Bremen, Germany)
Article #1511 - Determinants of the Own-Account Worker’s Decision to Hire Employees: A Review
Ana Millán (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain), José María Millán and Concepción Román (University of Huelva, Spain), and André van Stel (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and Kozminski University, Warsaw, Poland)
IRE Vol 13: Issue 1, 2015 (Published 30th March)
Article #1500 - Introduction: A Freelancing and Self-Employment Research Agenda 
Andrew Burke (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
Article #1501 - The Use and Value of Freelancers: The Perspective of Managers in Large Firms and SMEs
Andrew Burke (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) and Marc Cowling (Brighton University, UK) 
Article #1502 - Tracking UK Freelance Workforce Trends 1992-2014
John Kitching (Kingston University, UK)
Article #1503 - Job Quality and Self-Emplyment: Is it (Still) Better to Work for Yourself?
Nigel Meager (Institute for Employment Studies, Brighton, UK)
Article #1504 - Female Solo Self-Employment - Features of Gendered Entrepreneurship
Dieter Bögenhold & Andrea Klinglmair (Alpen-Adria-University Klagenfurt, Austria)
Article #1505 - Entrepreneurs, IPros and the Talent Eco-System
Michel Syrett 
IRE Vol 12: Issue 4, 2014 
(Special Issue Introductory Article) - International Perspectives on small Businesses, Bank Credit and the Global Financial Crisis
Stuart Fraser (Warwick Business School, UK)
The Role of Credit Access in Firm Sustainability: A Comparison of the 1998 and 2003 Surveys of Small Business Finances
Traci L. Mach (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington DC, USA)
The Impact of the Late 2000's Financial Crisis on the Supply of Bank Credit to Small Businesses: Evidence from the UK
Stuart Fraser (Warwick Business School, UK)
SME Financing in Japan during the Global Financial Crisis: Evidence from Firm Surveys
Arito Ono (Mizuho Research Institute, Tokyo, Japan) and Iichiro Uesugi (Hitotsubashi University, Japan)
IRE Vol 12: Issue 3, 2014 
The Effect of Training in Starting a Business on Subsequent Entrepreneurial Awareness, Attitudes, Intention and Activity: A 37 Nation Study
Jonathan Levie (University of Strathclyde, UK), Donna J. Kelley (Babson College, USA), Alicia Coduras Martínez (EDEM University of Valencia, Spain), Thomas Schøtt (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
Entrepreneurial Networks: Exploring the Role of Social Capital
Andreas Strobl (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Mike Peters (Management Center Innsbruck, Austria), Margit Raich (UMIT - Private Universität für Gesundheitswissenschaften, Austria)
 IRE Vol.12: Issue 2, 2014 
So Much More Than Money: How Pursuit of Happiness and Blessings of Liberty Enable and Connect Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy 
John E. Tyler III (Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, USA)
IRE Vol 12: Issue 1, 2014
Cultures of Female Entrepreneurship
James Foreman-Peck (Cardiff Business School, UK) and Peng Zhou (Cardiff School of Management, UK)
Bankruptcy Settlement: Causes and Consequences for Entrepreneurs According to Liquidators
Ingrid Wakkee (VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
IRE Vol 11: Issue 4, 2013
Alliance for Social Enterprise: A Framework to Develop Social Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies
Dawn Harris (Loyola University Chicago, USA), Thomas Derdak (Global Alliance for Africa, Chicago, USA), Nicholas Lash, Ugur Uygur, Michael Welch and Linda Tuncay Zayer (Loyola University Chicago, USA)


IRE Vol 11: Issue 3, 2013

Determinants of Entrepreneurship: Is it all about The Individual or the Region?
Mikaela Backman and Charlie Karlsson (Jönköping International Business School, Sweden)
IRE Vol 11: Issue 2, 2013
Examining the Leadership Molecule: An Empirical Study of Key Leadership Roles in Rapidly Growing Entrepreneurial Businesses
Eric Flamholtz (Anderson School of Management, UCLA, USA) and Rangapriya Kannan-Narasimhan (School of Business Administration, University of San Diego, USA)

IRE Vol 11: Issue 1, 2013 

International Entrepreneurship: Where Do We Go From Here?
Robert D. Hisrich (Thunderbird School of Global Management, USA)

A General Framework for Classifying Spin-offs
Rosa Caiazza (Parthenope University, Italy) and David B. Audretsch (Indiana University, USA and WHU Otto Besheim School of Management, Germany)

IRE Vol 10: Issue 4, 2012

The “Good Job” Trap: Opportunity Cost as a Deterrent to Immediate Venture Creation
Romi Kher, Deborah Streeter and David R. Just (Cornell University, USA)

Elder Alert: Building a Business Model for Home Healthcare
Marc H. Meyer and Steven R. Kursh (Northeastern University, Boston, USA)

(TEACHING NOTE) Elder Alert: Building a Business Model for Home Healthcare
Marc H. Meyer and Steven R. Kursh (Northeastern University, USA)

IRE Vol 10: Issue 3, 2012

Developing a Methodology to Evaluate Enterprise Education Programmes
Rosemary Athayde (Kingston University, UK) and Mark Hart (Aston University, UK)

Dispositional Optimism and Entrepreneurial Intent: An Exploratory Cross-Cultural Investigation
Frederick G. Crane (Northeastern University, USA), Robert Blunden (Dalhousie University, USA) and Marc H. Meyer (Northeastern University, USA)

IRE Vol 10: Issue 2, 2012

Choosing the Most Viable Research Methodology for Studying Entrepreneurial Success Factors
B.M. Lowder and Angelia D.M. Williams (Saint Leo University, USA)

Legal Aliens in Entrepreneurship - An Analysis of Humanistic Students and Entrepreneurship Education
Tine Lynfort Jensen (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)

IRE Vol 10: Issue 1, 2012

Evaluating Introductory Lectures in Entrepreneurship: Empirical Implications Based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour
Silke Tegtmeir (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Germany)

Effectuation 10 Year Waypoint
Stuart Read (IMD, Switzerland) and Sharon Dolmans (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)

IRE Vol 9: Issue 4, 2011

Do Entrepreneurship Courses Change an Individual's Attitude Toward New Venture Creation? Results of a Quantitative Assessment of The Cornell Entrepreneurship Program
Romi Kher, David Just, and Deborah Streeter (Cornell University, USA) - Do MBA Business Plans Really Work? Case Study Part 1: Against All the Odds
Robert Brown and Stephanie Hussels (Cranfield School of Management, UK) - Do MBA Business Plans Really Work? Case Study Part 2: Over the Moon
Robert Brown and Stephanie Hussels (Cranfield School of Management, UK) - Do MBA Business Plans Really Work? Case Study Part 3: Bringing Home the Bacon
Robert Brown and Stephanie Hussels (Cranfield School of Management, UK)

IRE Vol 9: Issue 3, 2011

The Entrepreneurship Role of Freelancers - Theory with Evidence from the Construction Industry
Andrew Burke (Cranfield School of Management, UK)

The Leadership Molecule Hypothesis: Implications for Entrepreneurial Organizations
Eric G. Flamholtz (Anderson School of Management, UCLA and Management Systems Consulting Corporation, USA)

Entrepreneurial Leadership: What is it and How Should it be Taught?
Muhammad Azam Roomi (University of Bedfordshire Business School, UK) and Pegram Harrison (Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, UK)

IRE Vol 9: Issue 2, 2011

Knowledge Spillover Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
David Audretsch and Farzana Chowdhury (University of Indiana, USA)

Fostering Entrepreneurship among Finnish Business Students: Antecedents of Entrepreneurial Intent and Implications for Entrepreneurship Education
Ellen A. Drost and Stephen J. J. McGuire (California State University, Los Angeles, USA)

The Influence of ‘Outsiders’ on Innovative Behavior by Medium-Sized Firms
Els Kleijn, Enno Masurel (VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands) and Kees van Montfort, (VU University Amsterdam, and Nyenrode Business University, The Netherlands)

IRE Vol 9: Issue 1, 2011 - Online

Reading Experience Economy Entrepreneurship Cases Using a Resource Based Perspective
Daniel Hjorth and Søren H. Jensen (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark)

Precision and Paradox - How Creative Teams Work
Paul Robertson (Founder and leader of the Medici String Quartet resident at the University of Surrey, UK)

An Emotionally Risky Business: A Study of the Artistic Profession in Two Norwegian Arts Organisations
Grete Wennes (Trondheim Business School, Norway)

IRE Volume 8, Issue 4, 2010 - Online

From Own-Account Worker to Job Creator
Emilio Congregado, José María Millán and Concepción Román (Department of Economics, University of Huelva, Spain)

Co-Movement and Causality Between Self-Employment, Unemployment and Business Cycle in the EU-12
Mónica Carmona, Emilio Congregado and Antonio A. Golpe (University of Huelva, Spain)

Go Ape Case Study (Part A): Monkeying Around?
Stephanie Hussels and David Molian (Cranfield School of Management, UK)

Go Ape Case Study (Part B): Eight Hundred Pound Gorilla?
Stephanie Hussels and David Molian (Cranfield School of Management, UK)

IRE Volume 8, Issue 3, 2010 - Online

Small Business Assistance Programs in the United States: an Analysis of what they are, how well they Perform, and how we can learn more about them
Qian Gu (Pardee RAND Graduate School and University of Southern California, USA), Lynn  A. Karoly and Julie Zissimopoulos (RAND Corporation)

Ready Seafood: Business Model Innovation and Venturing in a Mature Industry
Marc H. Meyer, Matthew Allen and Fredrick Crane (Northeastern University, USA)

frieze - The Business of Contemporary Art: the Evolution of the UK’s Leading Contemporary Arts Magazine and Fair
Stephanie Hussels, Robert Brown and Kathryn Titterington (Cranfield School of Management, UK)

Kitty Hawk in the Classroom: a Simulation Exercise for Entrepreneurship Education
Reg Litz (University of Manitoba, Canada), Dell Mc Stay (Bond University, Australia), Sergio Janczak (University of Western Ontario, Canada) and Carolyn Birmingham (Jackson State University, USA)

IRE Volume 8: Issue 2, 2010 - Online

Social Entrepreneurship: Implications for Management Practice (Editors' Introduction)
Guest Editors: Heiko Spitzeck (Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility, Cranfield School of Management, UK) and Frank Janssen (Louvain School of Management, Belgium)

What Do We Know About Social Entrepreneurship? An Analysis of Empirical Research
Brigitte Hoogendoorn, Enrico Pennings and Roy Thurik (Erasmus School of Economics, The Netherlands)

Social Entrepreneurship Education: A Holistic Learning Initiative
Ursula Glunk and Anita van Gils (Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, The Netherlands)

Youth-led Social Entrepreneurship: Enabling Social Change
Amelia Clarke (University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada) and Ilona Dougherty (Executive Director, Apathy is Boring, Quebec, Canada)

Social Intrapreneurs: Bottom-Up Social Innovation
Maggie Brenneke (Head of Sustainability, Imaginals, London, UK) and Heiko Spitzeck (Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility, Cranfield School of Management, UK)

Social Entrepreneurship between Market and Mission
Kai Hockerts (Copenhagen Business School, Denmark)

IRE Volume 8: Issue 1, 2010 - Online

IRE Special Edition - Issues in Experiential Entrepreneurship Education
Guest Editors: Brendan J. Gray and Jodyanne Kirkwood (University of Otago, New Zealand)

Issues in experiential entrepreneurship education - Introduction to the special edition
Brendan J. Gray and Jodyanne Kirkwood (University of Otago, New Zealand)

Developing entrepreneurs through experiential learning: the Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology program at the University of Waterloo, Canada
Rob B. McNaughton and Howard Armitage (University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada)

Embedding International Entrepreneurship into Postgraduate Business Programmes
Jim Bell, Sharon Loane, Cecilia Hegarty and Trevor Morrow (Ulster Business School, University of Ulster, Derry, Northern Ireland)

Using E-learning technologies to bridge the gap between international entrepreneurship education and practice
Cecilia Hegarty, Jim Bell and Sharon Loane (Ulster Business School, University of Ulster, Derry, Northern Ireland)

IRE Volume 7: Issue 4, 2009 - Online

EasyFinance: Developing the Capacities for Growth
Xin FU and S. Ramakrishna Velamuri, (China Europe International Business School, China)

Entrepreneurial Capital and Firm Performance: Gendered Experiences in North and South Europe

María Cristina Díaz García (Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha, Spain), Eleanor Shaw and Sara Carter (Strathclyde Business School, UK)

Identifying Entrepreneurial Potential? An Investigation of the Identifiers and Features of Entrepreneurship
Laura Galloway (School of Management and Languages, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK) and Steve Kelly (Dept. of Psychology, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK)

Impact of Simulation-Based Pedagogies in Entrepreneurship Education: Comparative Insights from Germany, Spain, Thailand, and China
Heiko Hasse (Worms University of Applied Sciences, Germany) and Arndt Lautenschläger (University of Applied Sciences Jena, Germany)

IRE Volume 7: Issue 3, 2009 - Online

The Evolution and Management of Corporate Culture in Entrepreneurial Firms
Eric G. Flamholtz and Yvonne Randle (Anderson School of Management, UCLA and Management Systems Consulting Corporation, California, USA)

Filming Entrepreneurship
Karen Verduyn, Ingrid Wakkee and Els Kleijn (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Social Interaction on Perception towards Entrepreneurship in Authentic Enterprise Exposures - VIEW ABSTRACT
Thomas Wing Yan MAN and Christina Wai Mui YU (The Hong Kong Institute of Education, China)

The Effects of Collegiate Entrepreneurship Education on Post-Graduation Startup of New Ventures: A First Look
Benjamin Blackford (Northwest Missouri State University, USA), Todd Whitehill and Terrence Sebora (University of Nebraska – Lincoln, USA)

IRE Volume 7: Issue 2, 2009 - Online

Scientist Entrepreneurship: The Role of Policy - VIEW ABSTRACT
David Audretsch (University of Indiana, USA and Max Planck Institute of Economics, Germany) and Ronnie J. Phillips (Colorado State University, USA)

Academic Entrepreneurship, Strategy and Technology Transfer Ventures
Mike Wright (Centre for Management Buy-out Research, Nottingham University Business School, UK and University of Ghent, Belgium) and Bart Clarysse (Tanaka Business School, Imperial College London, UK and University of Ghent, Belgium)

Patent and Non Patent Strategies in R&D Based Entrepreneurship: a 4 Step Test
Andrew Burke (Cranfield School of Management, UK and Max Planck Institute of Economics, Germany) and Ian Hartwell (Bournemouth University, UK)

"Commercial" versus "legal" Approaches: Alternative Strategies to Resolving Third Party IPR Issues Confronting New Ventures
Ian Hartwell (Bournemouth University and Maguire Boss, Cambridge, UK) and David Molian (Cranfield School of Management, UK)

IRE Volume 7: Issue 1, 2009 - Online

Special Issue: E-Commerce/Web 2.0 and Entrepreneurship: Where Next? - VIEW ABSTRACT
Guest Editor: Des Laffey (University of Kent, UK)
E-Commerce, Web 2.0 and Entrepreneurship: Opportunities in the U-Space - VIEW ABSTRACT
Leyland Pitt (Segal Graduate School of Business, Simon Fraser University, Canada), Richard Watson (Terry College of Business, University of Georgia, USA), Pierre R. Berthon (McCallum Graduate School of Business, Bentley College, USA), Gabriele Piccoli (Department of Economics, Enterprise and Regulation, University of Sassari, Italy) and Anne Engstrom (Division of Industrial Marketing, E-Commerce and Logistics, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden)

Will the Old Venture Model Work with New Web-Based Start-ups? - VIEW ABSTRACT
Robert Hendershott (Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University, USA)

Web 2.0 and The Open Source Movement: Liberating Text Books - VIEW ABSTRACT
Leyland F. Pitt (Segal Graduate School of Business, Simon Fraser University, Canada), Deon Nel (Department of Marketing, Deakin University, Australia) and Gene van Heerden (Department of Marketing and Communication Management University of Pretoria, South Africa)

First-generation Internet banking – bankers’ perceptions of the threat - VIEW ABSTRACT
Anthony Gandy (ifs School of Finance, UK)

Open Innovation: an evolving entrepreneurial technique - VIEW ABSTRACT
Patrick Reid (AstraZeneca, UK)

Web 2.0: New World or Old Hype? - VIEW ABSTRACT
Des Laffey (Kent Business School, University of Kent, UK)
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