New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Volume 10 Issue 2 , Open Access


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The black box: Unraveling family business succession

Noel D. Campbell, Kirk H. Heriot, Dianne H. B. Welsh

Using the family business succession, resourcebased view of firms, familiness, and organizational clan literatures, this article develops a model based on the ability of the…


Toward a typology of new venture creators: Similarities and contrasts between business and social entrepreneurs

Gina Vega, Roland E. Kidwell

This article advances a conceptual typology delineating the differences and similarities between business- and social-sector new venture creators. Our classification scheme…


The tale of iranian entrepreneurs in the United States

Keramat Poorsoltan

In practice and in theory, as the findings of this research reveal, the Iranian business community is a new and different, nonconforming immigrant group in the United States. This…


Fostering entrepreneurship: Developing a risk-taking culture in singapore

Balbir B. Bhasin

About 10 years ago the Singapore Government realized that entrepreneurial spirit was lacking in its general population. These conclusions were confirmed by an empirical survey…


The entrepreneurial director

Bruce C. Sherony

The argument that the board of directors can be a helpful tool for entrepreneurships and small businesses derives from the rationale for using boards from both a macro and a micro…


Entrepreneurial selection and use of legal counsel

Stephen J. Schanz

Entrepreneurs starting new ventures will encounter a host of legal issues requiring consultation with an attorney on an episodic or ongoing basis. It is critical that careful…

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