Recent Submissions

  • Advantages of Hybrid Organising in Social Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Norway 

    Mitra, Paulimi; Byrne, Janice; Janssen, Frank (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2017)
    Hybrid organising within the context of social entrepreneurship has been on the rise. At the same time, social entrepreneurial ventures that adopt hybrid organising are often criticized. The literature on hybridity points ...
  • Exploring the Relationship between Micro-Enterprises and Regional Development: Evidence from Tunisia 

    Gazzah, Faten; Bonnet, Jean; El Harbi, Sana (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2017)
    We investigate the relationship between the presence of micro-enterprises and regional development, as measured by a validated index of regional development, at the level of Tunisian delegations (small-scaled regions). ...
  • Performance Determinants in Immigrant Entrepreneurship: An Empirical Study 

    Rosique-Blasco, Mario; Madrid-Guijarro, Antonia; García-Pérez-de-Lema, Domingo (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2017)
    The purpose of this paper is to analyse the determinants of performance of businesses created by immigrants. An empirical study is carried out in the Spanish context, based on information obtained from 182 immigrant ...
  • New-Firm Survival in Sweden: New Methods and Results 

    Box, Marcus; Gratzer, Karl; Lin, Xiang (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2017)
    We analyse firm survival and focus on several levels of analysis (both firm level and macro-level). We employ a unique longitudinal data set, recorded at the firm-level and covering nine complete entry cohorts of Swedish ...
  • In Defense of Knightian Entrepreneurship Theory 

    Emanuel Andersson, David (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2017)
    Knightian entrepreneurship theory focuses on entrepreneurial judgment in the face of uncertainty, rather than on an entrepreneurial function that is kept separate from the function of owning capital. This paper argues that ...

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