Coverart for item
The Resource An evolutionary approach to entrepreneurship : selected essays, Howard E. Aldrich

An evolutionary approach to entrepreneurship : selected essays, Howard E. Aldrich

Label
An evolutionary approach to entrepreneurship : selected essays
Title
An evolutionary approach to entrepreneurship
Title remainder
selected essays
Statement of responsibility
Howard E. Aldrich
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NLGGC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Aldrich, Howard
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Entrepreneurship
Label
An evolutionary approach to entrepreneurship : selected essays, Howard E. Aldrich
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Èthnicity and Entrepreneurship', Annual Review of Sociology, 16, 1990, 111-35
  • R. Waldinger
  • 3.
  • ̀The Accidental Entrepreneur: Campbellian Antinomies and Organizational Foundings', in Joel A.C. Baum and Bill McKelvey (eds), Variations in Organization Science: Essays in Honor of Donald T. Campbell, 1999, 19-33
  • A.L. Kenworthy
  • 4.
  • ̀Lost in Space, Out of Time: Why and How We Should Study Organizations Comparatively', in Brayden King, Teppo Felin and David Whetten (eds), Studying Differences Between Organizations: Comparative Approaches to Organizational Research, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 26, 2009, 21-44
  • 5.
  • ̀Beam Me Up, Scott(ie)! Institutional Theorists' Struggles with the Emergent Nature of Entrepreneurship', in Wesley D. Sine and Robert J. David (eds), Institutions and Entrepreneurship, Research in the Sociology of Work, 21, 2010, 329-64
  • pt. III
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • SOCIAL NETWORKS
  • 6.
  • Èntrepreneurship Through Social Networks', in Donald Sexton and Raymond Smilor (eds), The Art and Science of Entrepreneurship, 1986, 3-23
  • C. Zimmer
  • 7.
  • ̀Personal and Extended Networks are Central to the Entrepreneurial Process', Journal of Business Venturing, 6 (5), 1991, 305-13
  • P. Dubini
  • 8.
  • S̀trong Ties, Weak Ties, and Strangers: Do Women Owners Differ from Men in Their Use of Networking to Obtain Assistance?', in Sue Birley and Ian MacMillan (eds), Entrepreneurship in a Global Context, 1997, 1-25
  • P.R. Reese
  • pt. I
  • 9.
  • ̀The Structure of Founding Teams: Homophily, Strong Ties, and Isolation Among U.S. Entrepreneurs', American Sociological Review, 68 (2), 2003, 195-222
  • N.M. Carter
  • 10.
  • ̀Mixing or Matching? The Influence of Voluntary Associations on the Occupational Diversity and Density of Small Business Owners' Networks', Work & Occupations, 33 (1), 2006, 42-72
  • L.A. Renzulli
  • 11.
  • S̀mall Worlds, Infinite Possibilities? How Social Networks Affect Entrepreneurial Team Formation and Search', Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 1 (1), 2007, 147-65
  • P.H. Kim
  • pt. IV
  • INTRODUCTION
  • STRATEGY
  • 12.
  • Èven Dwarfs Started Small: Liabilities of Age and Size and Their Strategic Implications', in Barry Staw and L.L. Cummings (eds), Research in Organizational Behavior, 8, 1986, 165-98
  • E.R. Auster
  • 13.
  • ̀Resources, Environmental Change, and Survival: Asymmetric Paths of Young Independent and Subsidiary Organizations', Strategic Management Journal, 32 (5), 2011, 486-509
  • J. Wiklund
  • 14.
  • ̀Fools Rush In? The Institutional Context of Industry Creation', Academy of Management Review, 19 (4), 1994, 645-70
  • C.M. Fiol
  • 1.
  • 15.
  • ̀The Second Ecology: Creation and Evolution of Organizational Communities', in Barry Staw and L.L. Cummings (eds), Research in Organizational Behavior, 20, 1998, 267-301
  • C.S. Hunt
  • 16.
  • Àcquiring Competence at a Distance: Application Service Providers as a Hybrid Organizational Form', The Journal of International Entrepreneurship, 1 (1), 2003, 103-19
  • A. Fortune
  • pt. V
  • GENDER AND FAMILY
  • 17.
  • Ìnvisible Entrepreneurs: The Neglect of Women Business Owners by Mass Media and Scholarly Journals in the USA', Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 9 (3), 1997, 221-38
  • Ẁho Wants to Be an Evolutionary Theorist?', Journal of Management Inquiry, 10 (2), 2001, 115-27
  • N. Liou
  • 18.
  • ̀Family Matters: Gender, Networks, and Entrepreneurial Outcomes', Social Forces, 79 (2), 2000, 523-46
  • J. Moody
  • 19.
  • ̀The Pervasive Effects of Family on Entrepreneurship: Toward a Family Embeddedness Perspective', Journal of Business Venturing, 18 (5), 2003, 573-96
  • J.E. Cliff
  • pt. VI
  • STRATIFICATION AND INEQUALITY
  • 20.
  • pt. II
  • ̀Passing on Privilege: Resources Provided by Self-employed Parents to Their Self-employed Children', in Kevin Leicht (ed.), Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 16, 1998, 291-317
  • N. Langton
  • 21.
  • À Life Course Perspective on Occupational Inheritance: Self-employed Parents and Their Children', in Martin Ruef and Michael Lounsbury (eds), The Sociology of Entrepreneurship, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 25, 2007, 33-82
  • P.H. Kim
  • 22.
  • Àccess (Not) Denied: The Impact of Financial, Human, and Cultural Capital on Entrepreneurial Entry in the United States', Small Business Economics, 27, 2006, 5-22
  • L.A. Keister
  • 23.
  • Èntrepreneurship and Inequality', in Lisa A. Keister (ed.), Entrepreneurship: Research in the Sociology of Work, 15, 2005, 3-31
  • THEORY
  • A. Davis
  • pt. VII
  • CONCLUSION
  • 2.
Control code
ocn753700284
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxi, 595 p.
Isbn
9780857933362
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)753700284
Label
An evolutionary approach to entrepreneurship : selected essays, Howard E. Aldrich
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Èthnicity and Entrepreneurship', Annual Review of Sociology, 16, 1990, 111-35
  • R. Waldinger
  • 3.
  • ̀The Accidental Entrepreneur: Campbellian Antinomies and Organizational Foundings', in Joel A.C. Baum and Bill McKelvey (eds), Variations in Organization Science: Essays in Honor of Donald T. Campbell, 1999, 19-33
  • A.L. Kenworthy
  • 4.
  • ̀Lost in Space, Out of Time: Why and How We Should Study Organizations Comparatively', in Brayden King, Teppo Felin and David Whetten (eds), Studying Differences Between Organizations: Comparative Approaches to Organizational Research, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 26, 2009, 21-44
  • 5.
  • ̀Beam Me Up, Scott(ie)! Institutional Theorists' Struggles with the Emergent Nature of Entrepreneurship', in Wesley D. Sine and Robert J. David (eds), Institutions and Entrepreneurship, Research in the Sociology of Work, 21, 2010, 329-64
  • pt. III
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • SOCIAL NETWORKS
  • 6.
  • Èntrepreneurship Through Social Networks', in Donald Sexton and Raymond Smilor (eds), The Art and Science of Entrepreneurship, 1986, 3-23
  • C. Zimmer
  • 7.
  • ̀Personal and Extended Networks are Central to the Entrepreneurial Process', Journal of Business Venturing, 6 (5), 1991, 305-13
  • P. Dubini
  • 8.
  • S̀trong Ties, Weak Ties, and Strangers: Do Women Owners Differ from Men in Their Use of Networking to Obtain Assistance?', in Sue Birley and Ian MacMillan (eds), Entrepreneurship in a Global Context, 1997, 1-25
  • P.R. Reese
  • pt. I
  • 9.
  • ̀The Structure of Founding Teams: Homophily, Strong Ties, and Isolation Among U.S. Entrepreneurs', American Sociological Review, 68 (2), 2003, 195-222
  • N.M. Carter
  • 10.
  • ̀Mixing or Matching? The Influence of Voluntary Associations on the Occupational Diversity and Density of Small Business Owners' Networks', Work & Occupations, 33 (1), 2006, 42-72
  • L.A. Renzulli
  • 11.
  • S̀mall Worlds, Infinite Possibilities? How Social Networks Affect Entrepreneurial Team Formation and Search', Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 1 (1), 2007, 147-65
  • P.H. Kim
  • pt. IV
  • INTRODUCTION
  • STRATEGY
  • 12.
  • Èven Dwarfs Started Small: Liabilities of Age and Size and Their Strategic Implications', in Barry Staw and L.L. Cummings (eds), Research in Organizational Behavior, 8, 1986, 165-98
  • E.R. Auster
  • 13.
  • ̀Resources, Environmental Change, and Survival: Asymmetric Paths of Young Independent and Subsidiary Organizations', Strategic Management Journal, 32 (5), 2011, 486-509
  • J. Wiklund
  • 14.
  • ̀Fools Rush In? The Institutional Context of Industry Creation', Academy of Management Review, 19 (4), 1994, 645-70
  • C.M. Fiol
  • 1.
  • 15.
  • ̀The Second Ecology: Creation and Evolution of Organizational Communities', in Barry Staw and L.L. Cummings (eds), Research in Organizational Behavior, 20, 1998, 267-301
  • C.S. Hunt
  • 16.
  • Àcquiring Competence at a Distance: Application Service Providers as a Hybrid Organizational Form', The Journal of International Entrepreneurship, 1 (1), 2003, 103-19
  • A. Fortune
  • pt. V
  • GENDER AND FAMILY
  • 17.
  • Ìnvisible Entrepreneurs: The Neglect of Women Business Owners by Mass Media and Scholarly Journals in the USA', Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 9 (3), 1997, 221-38
  • Ẁho Wants to Be an Evolutionary Theorist?', Journal of Management Inquiry, 10 (2), 2001, 115-27
  • N. Liou
  • 18.
  • ̀Family Matters: Gender, Networks, and Entrepreneurial Outcomes', Social Forces, 79 (2), 2000, 523-46
  • J. Moody
  • 19.
  • ̀The Pervasive Effects of Family on Entrepreneurship: Toward a Family Embeddedness Perspective', Journal of Business Venturing, 18 (5), 2003, 573-96
  • J.E. Cliff
  • pt. VI
  • STRATIFICATION AND INEQUALITY
  • 20.
  • pt. II
  • ̀Passing on Privilege: Resources Provided by Self-employed Parents to Their Self-employed Children', in Kevin Leicht (ed.), Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 16, 1998, 291-317
  • N. Langton
  • 21.
  • À Life Course Perspective on Occupational Inheritance: Self-employed Parents and Their Children', in Martin Ruef and Michael Lounsbury (eds), The Sociology of Entrepreneurship, Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 25, 2007, 33-82
  • P.H. Kim
  • 22.
  • Àccess (Not) Denied: The Impact of Financial, Human, and Cultural Capital on Entrepreneurial Entry in the United States', Small Business Economics, 27, 2006, 5-22
  • L.A. Keister
  • 23.
  • Èntrepreneurship and Inequality', in Lisa A. Keister (ed.), Entrepreneurship: Research in the Sociology of Work, 15, 2005, 3-31
  • THEORY
  • A. Davis
  • pt. VII
  • CONCLUSION
  • 2.
Control code
ocn753700284
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxi, 595 p.
Isbn
9780857933362
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)753700284

Library Locations

    • Albany LibraryBorrow it
      Gate 1, East Precinct, Albany Expressway (SH17), Albany, Auckland, 0632, NZ
      -36.733330 174.700641
Processing Feedback ...