New Journal Announcement
You are invited to read a special issue of Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal:
Guest Editors: Christine Beckman, Kathy Eisenhardt, Suresh Kotha, Alan Meyer and Nandini Rajagopalan
This special issue explores research questions at the nexus of entrepreneurship and technology, a relatively unexplored domain that offers rich opportunities for scholarly inquiry. The intent is to advance understanding of critical theoretical and managerial issues at this nexus. See: http://bit.ly/KPsybb
TOP ARTICLES INCLUDE:
Amphibious entrepreneurs and the emergence of organizational forms
Walter W. Powell and Kurt W. Sandholtz
Key Question: Where and how do new models of organizing science- and technology-based ventures originate?
All the right moves: How entrepreneurial firms compete effectively
Riitta Katila, Eric L. Chen and Henning Piezunka
Key Question: What competitive moves are high performing for entrepreneurial firms in new vs. established markets?
Partnering portfolios, value-creation logics, and growth trajectories: A comparison of Yahoo and Google (1995 to 2007)
Violina P. Rindova, Adrian Yeow, Luis L. Martins and Samer Faraj
Key Question: How do new firms use partnering to access novel resources and how do they combine these resources into new products to enter new markets?
How firms learn heuristics: Uncovering missing components of organizational learning
Christopher B. Bingham and Jerayr (John) Haleblian
Key Question: How do entrepreneurial firms learn heuristics from negative outcomes?
Aspirations, innovation, and corporate venture capital: A behavioral perspective
Vibha Gaba and Shantanu Bhattacharya
Key Question: Under what conditions do organizational risks associated with CVC units become more or less acceptable to decision makers in a context characterized by strong institutional pressures to expand and withdraw from CVC activity?
FURTHER INFORMATION: The September issue of SEJ will feature additional articles on technology. Sign up for content alerts and receive notification as soon as the issue publishes! See: http://bit.ly/M9CIm7
SEJ is published by Wiley Blackwell on behalf of the Strategic Management Society.