New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Volume 26 Issue 2 , Open Access


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Decoding underperformance of entrepreneurship at the bottom of the pyramid: a literature review of the field

Amber Y. Chang, Yalan Xu

Driving economic development at the bottom of the pyramid (BOP) is an enduring global challenge. While the market-based approach places hope on entrepreneurship as a major impetus…


Jump to platform faster? Gender, institutional change, and pre-entrant entrepreneurial attempt

Lei Xu, K. Praveen Parboteeah, Hanqing Fang

The authors enrich and extend the existing institutional anomie theory (IAT) in the hope of sharpening the understanding of the joint effects of selected cultural values and…

Entrepreneurial support organization (ESO) narratives and transitional entrepreneurship in Detroit

Allison Lucas, Rahul Mitra

To understand how narratives used by entrepreneurial support organizations (ESOs) in Detroit's growing entrepreneurial ecosystem shape transitional entrepreneurs' social reality…

Ideology and ethics of transitional entrepreneurs: legitimacy, soft law, and overcoming a distressed economy

Maryam Khosravi, Mojtaba Amiri, Nezameddin Faghih

Transitional entrepreneurship in distressed economies is a fairly new concept with respect to new ventures in such challenging economic environments. Formal institutional voids…


The entrepreneurial cognitive adjustment mechanism: transitional entrepreneurship as a solution to mitigate illegal migration

Jorge Arteaga-Fonseca, Yi (Elaine) Zhang, Per Bylund

In this paper, the authors suggest that Central Americans can use entrepreneurship to solve economic uncertainty in their home country and that entrepreneurship can contribute to…

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