Why I Wrote, “Stewardship Theory: Realism, Relevance, and Family Firm Governance,” An Unapologetic Confession

[We’re pleased to welcome author James J. Chrisman of Mississippi State University and the University of Alberta. He recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice entitled "Stewardship Theory: Realism, Relevance, and Family Firm Governance," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, he briefly describes the motivation and impact of … Continue reading Why I Wrote, “Stewardship Theory: Realism, Relevance, and Family Firm Governance,” An Unapologetic Confession

It’s All About the Emotions

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Alexandra Bertschi-Michel of the University of Bern, Nadine Kammerlander of WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, and Vanessa M. Strike of the University of British Columbia. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice entitled "Unearthing and Alleviating Emotions in Family Business Successions," which is currently free … Continue reading It’s All About the Emotions

Undergraduate Student-Run Business Development Services Firms

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Peter G. Delaney of Washington University in St. Louis, Ken Harrington of the Bayberry Group, Emre Toker of Arizona State University. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy entitled "Undergraduate Student-Run Business Development Services Firms: A New Educational Opportunity and Growth Alternative for Small and Medium Enterprises," which … Continue reading Undergraduate Student-Run Business Development Services Firms

The Heptalogical Model of Entrepreneurship

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Patrick J. Murphy of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Anthony C. Hood of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Jie Wu of the University of Macau. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy entitled "The Heptalogical Model of Entrepreneurship," which is currently free to read for a … Continue reading The Heptalogical Model of Entrepreneurship

The Enigma of the Family Successor–Firm Performance Relationship

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Jan-Philipp Ahrens of the University of Mannheim, Andrea Calabrò of IPAG Business School, Jolien Huybrechts of Maastricht University, Michael Woywode of the University of Mannheim and the Centre of European Economic Research. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice entitled "The Enigma of the Family Successor–Firm Performance … Continue reading The Enigma of the Family Successor–Firm Performance Relationship

The Influence of Supervisors on Employee Performance in Family Firms

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Benjamin D. McLarty, James M. Vardaman, and Tim Barnett of Mississippi State University. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice entitled "Congruence in Exchange: The Influence of Supervisors on Employee Performance in Family Firms," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, they briefly … Continue reading The Influence of Supervisors on Employee Performance in Family Firms

Student Assessment of Venture Creation Courses in Entrepreneurship Higher Education

[We’re pleased to welcome author Helena Wenninger of Lancaster University Management School. Dr. Wenninger recently published an article in Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy entitled "Student Assessment of Venture Creation Courses in Entrepreneurship Higher Education—An Interdisciplinary Literature Review and Practical Case Analysis," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Wenninger discusses the motivations … Continue reading Student Assessment of Venture Creation Courses in Entrepreneurship Higher Education

To Patent or Not to Patent?

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Francesco Chirico of Jo¨nko¨ping International Business School and EGADE Business Schoo, Giuseppe Criaco of  Rotterdam School of Management, Massimo Bau`of Jo¨nko¨ping International Business School, Lucia Naldi of Jo¨nko¨ping International Business School, Luis R. Gomez-Mejia of W.P. Carey School of Business, and Josip Kotlar of Politecnico di Milano. They recently published an article in Entrepreneurship … Continue reading To Patent or Not to Patent?

Guiding Entrepreneurs Through the Quagmire of Business Entities – Three Hypothetical Scenarios for Discussion

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Lynn M. Forsythe of California State University, Fresno, Lizhu Y. Davis of California State University, Fresno, and John M. Mueller St. Edward’s University.They recently published an article in the Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy entitled "Guiding Entrepreneurs Through the Quagmire of Business Entities – Three Hypothetical Scenarios for Discussion," which is currently free … Continue reading Guiding Entrepreneurs Through the Quagmire of Business Entities – Three Hypothetical Scenarios for Discussion

Crowdfunding and Museums: A Field Trip Exemplar in the United Kingdom

[Professors Miriam Isabella Cavalcanti Junqueira and Allan Discua Cruz of Lancaster University Management School recently published an article in the Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy which is entitled "Crowdfunding and Museums: A Field Trip Exemplar in the United Kingdom." We are pleased to welcome them as contributors and excited to announce that the case study will be … Continue reading Crowdfunding and Museums: A Field Trip Exemplar in the United Kingdom