New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Volume 18 Issue 1 , Open Access


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Adjustment strategies and business success in minority-owned family firms

Yoon G. Lee, Margaret A. Fitzgerald, Kenneth R. Bartkus, Myung-Soo Lee

With data from the 2003 and 2005 National Minority Business Owners Survey, we examined the extent to which minority business owners differ from nonminority business owners in…


A Gender integrative conceptualization of entrepreneurship

Susan Clark Muntean, Banu Ozkazanc-Pan

Guided by feminist perspectives, we critique existing approaches to the study of womenʼs entrepreneurship on epistemological grounds and suggest that the entrepreneurship field…


Examining the age‐performance relationship for entrepreneurs: Does the innovativeness of a venture make a difference?

Kanti V. Prasad, Kyle Ehrhardt, Yiyuan Liu, Kamlesh Tiwari

Whether older or younger entrepreneurs may be better positioned to achieve performance outcomes for their ventures is a much debated question. Here, we draw on Galenson℉s theory…


Out of the building, into the fire: An analysis of cognitive biases during entrepreneurial interviews

Tianxu Chen, Mark Simon, John Kim, Brian Poploskie

A major source of failure for new ventures is the entrepreneurs℉ misunderstanding of the product-market fit. Recently, researchers have suggested that to get a better…


An entrepreneurial context for the theory of the firm: Exploring assumptions and consequences

Arturo E. Osorio, Banu Ozkazanc-Pan, Paul F. Donnelly

While entrepreneurship may be driven by personal interests and lifestyle choices, entrepreneurial actions are not only economically driven opportunity-searching processes but also…

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