New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Volume 25 Issue 2 , Open Access


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Thinking about developing business leadership for the post-COVID world

Stephen M. Brown, Martha J. Crawford

The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of a successful model on how to prepare business students to be successful in a new, post-pandemic world that faces enormous…


Investigating the mediating role of market orientation between internal marketing and the development of entrepreneurial orientation within private sports clubs

Hossein Mansouri, Saeed Sadeghi Boroujerdi, Michael Polonsky, Maizaitulaidawati Md Husin, Mehdi Seydi

This study examines the role of market orientation in the relationship between internal marketing and entrepreneurial orientation within private sports clubs.


Demystifying entrepreneurial name choice: insights from the US biotech industry

Irina Stoyneva, Veselina Vracheva

Drawing from legitimacy and institutional entrepreneurship theory, this study assesses the naming patterns of entrepreneurial firms in the US biotechnology industry.

Polychronicity, decision-making and entrepreneurial self-efficacy of venture team founders: an exploratory study

Hsing-Er Lin, Rachel Sheli Shinnar, Yongchuan Shi, Dan Hsu

This study explores the role of polychronic temporal orientation and decision-making decentralization on founders' perceptions of entrepreneurial self-efficacy (ESE).


An examination of how personal characteristics moderate the relationship between startup intent and entrepreneurship education

Tyler Burch, Neil M. Tocher, Gregory Murphy

While research has identified a consistent link between startup intent and entrepreneurship education (EE) intentions, studies also indicate that many entrepreneurs lack the EE…

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