Reading List

My reading list. Last update November 1, 2012. This covers my core doctoral research area, plus some coursework and other general reading.
References are from my EndNote library and any errors are mine.
  1. Achtenhagen, L. and F. Welter (2005). “Linking the Entrepreneurship Discourse to its Context – the Development of Entrepreneurship in Germany in the Years 1997-2001.” University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership Historical Research Reference in Entrepreneurship.
  2. Acs, Z. J. (2010). “Entrepreneurship and economic development: the valley of backwardness.” Annals of Innovation & Entrepreneurship 1(1).
  3. Acs, Z. J. and D. B. Audretsch (2005). Handbook of Entrepreneurship Research: An Interdisciplinary Survey and Introduction, Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  4. Acs, Z. J. and L. Szerb (2011). The Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index. Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index 2011. Z. J. Acs and L. Szerb. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.
  5. Agfhon, P. and J. Tirole (1994). “THE MANAGEMENT OF INNOVATION.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 109(4): 1185-1209.
  6. Aghajani, H. and M. Abbasgholipour (2012). “Explanation of Relationships between Biographical Characteristics and Entrepreneurship Spirit of Students.” Iranian Journal of Management Studies 5(1): 63-78.
  7. Ahl, H. (2007). “Sex business in the toy store: A narrative analysis of a teaching case.” Journal of Business Venturing 22(5): 673-693.
  8. Ahuja, G. and R. Katila (2004). “Where do resources come from? The role of idiosyncratic situations.” Strategic Management Journal, 2004, 25(8-9): 887-907(25(8-9): 887-907): 50.
  9. Ahuvia, A. (2008). “If money doesn’t make us happy, why do we act as if it does?” Journal of Economic Psychology 29 (2008) Vol 29. 29.
  10. Aiginger, K. (2000). “Competition policy in Europe.” Journal of Economics-Zeitschrift Fur Nationalokonomie 72(1): 115-116.
  11. Aiginger, K. (2004). “The Economic Agenda: a View from Europe.” Review of International Economics 12(2): 187-206.
  12. Aiginger, K. (2004). “The three tier strategy followed by successful European countries in the 1990s.” International Review of Applied Economics 18(4): 399-422.
  13. Aiginger, K. (2007). “Industrial Policy: Past, Diversity, Future; Introduction to the Special Issue on the Future of Industrial Policy.” Journal of Industry, Competition & Trade 7(3/4): 143-146.
  14. Aiginger, K. (2007). “Industrial Policy: A Dying Breed or A Re-emerging Phoenix.” Journal of Industry, Competition & Trade 7(3/4): 297-323.
  15. Aiginger, K., M. Aiginger, et al. (2001). “Do American and European industrial organization economists differ?” Review of Industrial Organization 19(4): 383-405.
  16. Aiginger, K. and S. Sieber (2006). “The matrix approach to industrial policy.” International Review of Applied Economics 20(5): 573-601.
  17. Akande, A. (1994). “Coping with Entrepreneurial Stress: Evidence from Nigeria.” Journal of Small Business Management 32(1): 83-87.
  18. Akrich, M., M. Callon, et al. (2002). “THE KEY TO SUCCESS IN INNOVATION.” International Journal of Innovation Management 6: 187.
  19. Aldrich, H. E. (2000). Learning Together: National Differences in Entrepreneurship Research. The Blackwell Handbook of Entrepreneurship. London, Blackwell: 5-25.
  20. Ali, A., C. Brush, et al. (2011). Global Entrepreneurship Monitor: 2010 United States Report.
  21. Ali, A., K. Topping, et al. (2011). “Entrepreneurial Attitudes among Potential Entrepreneurs.” Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences 5(1): 12-46.
  22. Alic, J. A. (2008). “Technical knowledge and experiential learning: what people know and can do.” Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 20(4).
  23. Allen, K. (2004). Max Weber: A Critical Introduction. London, Pluto Press.
  24. Almus, M. (2004). “The Shadow of Death – An Emperical Analysis of the Pre-Exit Performance of New German Firms.” Small Business Economics 23(3): 189-201.
  25. Altinay, L., M. Madanoglu, et al. (2011). “The influence of family tradition and psychological traits on entrepreneurial intention.” International Journal of Hospitality Management In Press, Corrected Proof.
  26. Alvarez, S. A. and J. B. Barney (2007). “Discovery and creation: alternative theories of entrepreneurial action.” Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 1: 11.
  27. Alvarez, S. A. and J. B. Barney (2010). “Entrepreneurship and Epistemology: The Philosophical Underpinnings of the Study of Entrepreneurial Opportunities.” The Academy of Management Annals 4: 557 – 583.
  28. Alvarez, S. A. and L. W. Busenitz (2001). “The entrepreneurship of resource-based theory.” Journal of Management 27: 755-775.
  29. Amankwah-Amoah, J. (2011). “Learning from the failures of others: The effects of post-exit knowledge spillovers on recipient firms.” Journal of Workplace Learning 23(6): 358 – 375.
  30. Andersen, S. and K. M. Nielsen (2010). Ability or Financial Constrains to Entrepreneurship? Evidence from Survival Rates in a Natural Experiment.
  31. Anderson, A., J. Park, et al. (2007). “Entrepreneurial Social Capital: Conceptualizing Social Capital in New High-tech Firms.” International Small Business Journal 25(3): 245-272.
  32. Anderson, A. R. and S. L. Jack (2002). “The articulation of social capital in entrepreneurial networks: a glue or a lubricant?” ENTREPRENEURSHIP & REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT 14(3): 193-210.
  33. Anderson, C. (2009). Free: The Future of a Radical Price. New York, Hyperion.
  34. Antaki, C., M. Billig, et al. (2003). “Discourse Analysis Means Doing Analysis: A Critique Of Six Analytic Shortcomings.” Discourse Analysis Online 1.
  35. Anttila, P. and C. Palmberg (2007). “Economic and Industrial Policy Transformations in Finland.” Journal of Industry, Competition & Trade 7(3/4): 169-187.
  36. Ardichvili, A., R. Cardozo, et al. (2003). “A theory of entrepreneurial opportunity identification and development.” Journal of Business Venturing 18: 105.
  37. Argamon, S., M. Koppel, et al. (2003). “Gender, genre, and writing style in formal written texts.” Text Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Discourse 23(3): 321-346.
  38. Argyris, C. (2002). “Double-Loop Learning, Teaching, and Research.” Academy of Management Learning & Education 1(2): 206-218.
  39. Argyris, C. and D. A. Schön (1978). Organisational Learning: A Theory of Action Perspective. Reading, MA, Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.
  40. Arora, P., J. M. Haynie, et al. (2011). “Counterfactual Thinking and Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy: The Moderating Role of Self-Esteem and Dispositional Affect.” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice Online Early View.
  41. Ashworth, P. D. (2003). “An approach to phenomenological psychology: the contingencies of the lifeworld.” Journal of Phenomenological Psychology 34(2): 145-156.
  42. Assadian, A. and J. Ford (1997). “Determinants of business failure: The role of firm size.” Journal of Economics and Finance 21(1): 15-23.
  43. Attride-Stirling, J. (2001). “Thematic networks: an analytic tool for qualitative research.” Qualitative Research 1(3): 385-405.
  44. Autio, E., M. Cleevely, et al. (2012). Entrepreneurial Profile of the UK in the Light of the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index. London, ICBS.
  45. Autio, E., S. Pathak, et al. (2010). Culture’s consequences for entrepreneurial behaviors. 4th GEM Research Conference. ICBS London.
  46. Auty, R. M. (1994). “Industrial policy reform in six large newly industrializing countries: The resource curse thesis.” World Development 22(1): 11-26.
  47. Badura, I. (2006). German tax law. Key Aspects of German Business Law. M. Wendler, B. Buecker and B. Tremml, Springer Berlin Heidelberg: 313-326.
  48. Bagheri, A. and Z. A. L. Pihie (2010). “Entrepreneurial Leadership Learning: In Search of Missing Links.” Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 7: 470-479.
  49. Bailey, D. and N. Driffield (2007). “Industrial Policy, FDI and Employment: Still Missing a Strategy.” Journal of Industry, Competition & Trade 7(3/4): 189-211.
  50. Baker, T. (2007). “Resources in play: Bricolage in the Toy Store(y).” Journal of Business Venturing 22(5): 694-711.
  51. Baker, T. and R. E. Nelson (2005). “Creating Something from Nothing: Resource Construction Through Entrepreneurial Bricolage.” Administrative Science Quarterly 50: 329-366.
  52. Balachandra, L. and A. Briggs (2010). Passionate Pleas or Precise Pitches? Affective Content versus Style in Entrepreneur Presentations. AOM 2010. Montreal, Canada.
  53. Baldwin, C. Y. and E. von Hippel (2009). User, and Open Collaborative Innovation: Ascendant Economic Models. Harvard Business School (Working Paper 10-038). Cambridge, MA, Harvard Business School.
  54. Baldwin, C. Y. and C. J. Woodward (2008). The Architecture of Platforms: A Unified View. Working Paper. Cambridge, MA, Harvard Business School: 32.
  55. Bandura, A. (1977). “Self-efficacy: Toward a unifying theory of behavioral change.” Psychological Review 84(2): 191-215.
  56. Bann, C. L. (2009). “An Innovative View of the Entrepreneur Through Exploration of the “Lived Experience” of the Entrepreneur in Startup of the Business.” Journal of Business & Economic Studies 15(2).
  57. Baron, J. N., M. T. Hannan, et al. (1998). Determinants of managerial intensity in the early years of organizations. Graduate School of Business Working Papers. Stanford University.
  58. Baron, R. A. (2000). “Counterfactual thinking and venture formation: The potential effects of thinking about “what might have been”.” Journal of Business Venturing 15(1): 79-91.
  59. Baron, R. A. (2004). “The cognitive perspective: a valuable tool for answering entrepreneurship’s basic “why” questions.” Journal of Business Venturing 19(2): 221-239.
  60. Baron, R. A., K. M. Hmieleski, et al. (2012). “Entrepreneurs’ dispositional positive affect: The potential benefits – and potential costs – of being “up”.” Journal of Business Venturing 27(3): 310-324.
  61. Barry, A. and D. Slater (2002). ” Introduction: the technological economy.” Economy and Society 31: 285.
  62. Bascha, A. and U. Walz (2001). Financing Practices in the German Venture Capital Industry. An Empirical Assessment, University of Tübingen.
  63. Bates, T. (2005). “Analysis of young, small firms that have closed: delineating successful from unsuccessful closures.” Journal of Business Venturing 20: 343-358.
  64. Baumard, P. and W. H. Starbuck (2005). “Learning from failures: Why it may not happen.” Long Range Planning 38(3): 281-298.
  65. Baumol, W. J. (2002). “Towards Microeconomics of Innovations: Growth Engine Hallmark of Market Economics.” Atlantic Economic Journal 30(1): 1.
  66. Baumol, W. J. (2004). “Entrepreneurial Cultures and Countercultures.” Academy of Management Learning & Education 3(3): 316-326.
  67. Baumol, W. J. (2005). “Education for Innovation: Entrepreneurial Breakthroughs Versus Corporate Incremental Improvements.” NBER Innovation Policy & the Economy (MIT Press) 5(1): 33-56.
  68. Beaver, G. and P. L. Jennings (1996). “The abuse of entrepreneurial power–an explanation of management failure?” Strategic Change 5(3): 151-164.
  69. Becker, R. and T. Hellmann (2002). The Genesis of Venture Capital – Lessons from the German Experience. CESIFO CONFERENCE ON VENTURE CAPITAL, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, AND PUBLIC POLICY. CESIFO WORKING PAPER NO. 883.
  70. Beenan, G. and J. Pinto (2009). “Resisting Organizational-Level Corruption: An Interview With Sherron Watkins.” Academy of Management Learning & Education 8: 275 – 289.
  71. Beeson, J. (2009). Why You Didn’t Get That Promotion. Harvard Business Review. June 2009: 8.
  72. Beinhocker, E. D. (2007). The Origin of Wealth: Evolution, Complexity and the Radical Remaking of Economics. London, Random House.
  73. Berghoff, H. and R. Moller (1994). “Tired Pioneers and Dynamic Newcomers? A Comparative Essay on English and German Entrepreneurial History, 1870-1914.” The Economic History Review 47(2 (May, 1994)): 262-287.
  74. Berglund, H. (2007). “Opportunities as Existing and Created: A Study of Entrepreneurs in the Swedish Mobile Internet Industry.” Journal of Enterprising Culture 15: 243.
  75. Berglund, H. (2007). Researching Entrepreneurship as Lived Experience. Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods in Entrepreneurship. H. Neergaard and J. Ulhöi. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: 75-93.
  76. Berglund, H. (2011). “Early stage VC investing: Comparing California and Scandinavia.” Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance 13.
  77. Berglund, H. and T. Hellström (2002). “Enacting risk in independent technological innovation.” International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management 3(2/3/4): 205-221.
  78. Berglund, H. and S. Sarasvathy (2010). On the Relevance of Decision Making in Entrepreneurial Decision Making. The Historical Foundations of Entrepreneurship Research. H. Landström and L. Lohrke. Aldershot, UK, Edward Elgar: 75-93.
  79. Berglund, K., M. Dahlin, et al. (2007). “Constructions of Entrepreneurship: A Discourse Analysis of Academic Publications.” Journal of Enterprising Communities 1: 268.
  80. Bergmann, H. (2002). Entrepreneurial attitudes and start-up attempts in ten German regions. An empirical analysis on the basis of the theory of planned behaviour. Working Papers, University of Cologne.
  81. Bergmann, H. and R. Sternberg (2007). “The Changing Face of Entrepreneurship in Germany.” Small Business Economics 28(2): 205-221.
  82. Bernardo, A. E. and I. Welch (2001). “On the Evolution of Overconfidence and Entrepreneurs.” Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 10(3): 301-330.
  83. Berthold, N., M. Kullas, et al. (2007). “Wie motiviert man Unternehmertum in Deutschland?” Wirtschaftsdienst 87(12): 818-823.
  84. Bertoni, F., A. Croce, et al. (2010). “Venture capital investments and patenting activity of high-tech start-ups: a micro-econometric firm-level analysis.” Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance 12(4): 307 – 326.
  85. Beugelsdijk, S. (2010). Entrepreneurial Culture, Regional Innovativeness and Economic Growth. Entrepreneurship and Culture. A. Freytag and R. Thurik, Springer Berlin Heidelberg: 129-154.
  86. Bhidé, A. (1992). “Bootstrap Finance: The Art of Start-ups.” Harvard Business Review 70(6): 109-117.
  87. Bhidé, A. (1994). “How Entrepreneurs Craft Strategies That Work.” Harvard Business Review 72(2): 150-161.
  88. Bhidé, A. (1996). “The Questions Every Entrepreneur Must Answer.” Harvard Business Review 74(6): 120-130.
  89. Bhidé, A. (2004). “More, Bigger, Faster.” Across the Board 41(5): 41-45.
  90. Bhidé, A. (2008). The Venturesome Economy: How Innovation Sustains Prosperity in a more Connected World, Princeton University Press.
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  92. Blackburn, R. and A. Kovalainen (2009). “Researching small firms and entrepreneurship: Past, present and future.” International Journal of Management Reviews 11(2): 127-148.
  93. Blank, S. (2005). The Four Steps to the Epiphany: Successful Strategies for Products that Win,
  94. Blank, S. and B. Dorf (2012). The Startup Owner’s Manual: The Step-By-Step Guide for Building a Great Company. Pescadero CA, K & S Ranch.
  95. Block, J. and P. Sandner (2007). Necessity and Opportunity Entrepreneurs and their Duration in Self-employment: Evidence from German Micro Data. Discussion Paper. LMU Munich, LUDWIG-MAXIMILIANS-UNIVERSITÄT MÜNCHEN MUNICH SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT.
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  104. Bratnicki, M., A. Austen, et al. (2007). Learning by Failure and Real Options Reasoning in the Entrepreneurial Context: Lesson from Transition Economy. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research. Babson College.
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  106. Bray, M. J. and J. N. Lee (2000). “University revenues from technology transfer: Licensing fees vs. equity positions.” Journal of Business Venturing 15(5-6): 385-392.
  107. Brettel, M. (2003). “Business angels in Germany: a research note.” Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance 5(3): 251 – 268.
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