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Pull the plug or take the plunge

Bakker, Rene & Shepherd, Dean A. (2015) Pull the plug or take the plunge: Multiple opportunities and the speed of venturing decisions in the Australian mining industry. The Academy of Management Journal.
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Stepping in and stepping out

Bakker, R. M. (2016) Stepping in and stepping out: Strategic alliance partner reconfiguration and the unplanned termination of complex projects. Strat. Mgmt. J., 37: 1919–1941. doi:10.1002/smj.2429.

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The contingent effects of differentiation and integration on corporate entrepreneurship

Burgers, Henri & Covin, Jeffrey (2016) The contingent effects of differentiation and integration on corporate entrepreneurship. Strategic Management Journal, 37(3), pp. 521-540.
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Entrepreneurial opportunities and the entrepreneurship nexus

Davidsson, Per (2015) Entrepreneurial opportunities and the entrepreneurship nexus : a re-conceptualization. Journal of Business Venturing, 30(5), pp. 674-695.
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Power law distributions in entrepreneurship

Crawford, G. Christopher, Aguinis, Herman, Lichtenstein, Benyamin, Davidsson, Per, & McKelvey, Bill (2015) Power law distributions in entrepreneurship : implications for theory and research. Journal of Business Venturing, 30(5), pp. 696-713.
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Much ado about nothing?

Davidsson, Per & Gordon, Scott R. (2016) Much ado about nothing? The surprising persistence of nascent entrepreneurs through macroeconomic crisis. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 40(4), pp. 915-941.
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Four years on: Are the gazelles still running?

Senderovitz, Martin, Klyver, Kim, & Steffens, Paul (2016) Four years on: Are the gazelles still running? A longitudinal study of firm performance after a period of rapid growth. International Small Business Journal, 34(4), pp. 391-411.
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Built to last or meant to end

Bakker, Rene & Knoben, Joris (2015) Built to last or meant to end : intertemporal choice in strategic alliance portfolios. Organization Science, 26(1), pp. 256-276.
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The case for good reviewing

Söderlund, Jonas & Bakker, Rene (2014) The case for good reviewing. International Journal of Project Management, 32(1), pp. 1-6.
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Entrepreneurial growth

Naldi, Lucia & Davidsson, Per (2014) Entrepreneurial growth : the role of international knowledge acquisition as moderated by firm age. Journal of Business Venturing, 29(5), pp. 687-703.
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Bricolage as a path to innovativeness for resource constrained new firms

Senyard, Julienne , Baker, Ted, Steffens, Paul , & Davidsson, Per (2014) Bricolage as a path to innovativeness for resource constrained new firms. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 31(2), pp. 211-230.
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Shouting from the ivory tower

Steffens, Paul R., Weeks, Clinton S., Davidsson, Per, & Isaak, Lauren (2014) Shouting from the ivory tower : a marketing approach to improve communication of academic research to entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship Theory And Practice, 38(2), pp. 399-426.
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International corporate entrepreneurship among SMEs

Naldi, Lucia, Achtenhagen, Leona, & Davidsson, Per (2015) International corporate entrepreneurship among SMEs : a test of Stevenson's notion of entrepreneurial management. Journal Of Small Business Management, 53(3), pp. 780-800.
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Some reflection of research 'Schools' and geographies

Davidsson, Per (2013) Some reflection of research 'Schools' and geographies. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 25(1/2), pp. 100-110.
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Competing through service innovation

Salunke, Sandeep, Weerawardena, Jay, & McColl-Kennedy, Janet R. (2013) Competing through service innovation : the role of bricolage and entrepreneurship in project-oriented firms. Journal of Business Research, 66(8), pp. 1085-1097.
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Balanced skills among nascent entrepreneurs

Stuetzer, Michael, Obschonka, Martin, & Schmitt-Rodermund, Eva (2013) Balanced skills among nascent entrepreneurs. Small Business Economics, 41(1), pp. 93-114.
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It's only temporary

Bakker, Rene, Boros, Smaranda, kenis, Patrick, & Oerlemans, Leon (2013) It's only temporary: Time frame and the dynamics of creative project teams. British Journal Of Management, 24(3), pp. 383-397.
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Birds of a feather get lost together

Steffens, Paul R., Terjesen, Siri A., & Davidsson, Per (2012) Birds of a feather get lost together : new venture team composition and performance. Small Business Economics, 39(3), pp. 727-743.
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Panel studies of new venture creation

Davidsson, Per & Gordon, Scott R. (2012) Panel studies of new venture creation: a methods-focused review and suggestions for future research. Small Business Economics, 39(4), pp. 853-876.
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Managing open incremental process innovation

Robertson, Paul, Casali, Gian Luca, & Jacobson, David (2012) Managing open incremental process innovation : absorptive capacity and distributed learning. Research Policy, 41(5), pp. 822-832.
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Do balanced skills help nascent entrepreneurs to make progress in the venture creation process?

Stuetzer, Michael, Goethner, Maximilian, & Cantner, Uwe (2012) Do balanced skills help nascent entrepreneurs to make progress in the venture creation process? Economics Letters, 117(1), pp. 186-188.
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A preliminary theory of dark network resilience

Bakker, Rene, Raab, Jorg, & Milward, H. Brinton (2012) A preliminary theory of dark network resilience. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 31(1), pp. 33-62.
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Balanced skills among nascent entrepreneurs

Stuetzer, Michael, Obschonka, Martin, & Schmitt-Rodermund, Eva (2013) Balanced skills among nascent entrepreneurs. Small Business Economics, 41(1), pp. 93-114.
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