New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Volume 7 Issue 1 , Open Access


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The lizard king of sobe beverages

John Bello

John Bello, aka the “Lizard King,” has been lionized in the business press as having been the brilliant entrepreneur who started a beverage company from scratch in early 1995 with…

Cashing in on seafood

Stephen Heard

Stephen Heard graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 1970 with a degree in business administration. He started his career by signing up as a management trainee at…

Employee equity, incentive compensation, and growth in entrepreneurial firms

J. B. Arbaugh, Larry W. Cox, S. Michael Camp

We examined the relationship between employee equity compensation, incentive compensation, and firm growth using a sample of 480 privately held firms from the Ewing Marion…


Elements of infrastructure: Factors driving international entrepreneurship

Stephen K. Callaway

This article focuses on “born globals” (Knight and Cavusgil 1996) and interfirm resources to explain international entrepreneurship. The theory posed here challenges the…


Knowledge flows and economic development through microenterprise collaboration in third-sector communities

Raymond M. Jones, Roger Kashlak, Audra M. Jones

“The U.N. once dealt only with governments. By now we know that peace and prosperity cannot be achieved without partnership involving governments, international organizations, the…


Seeking God (in the details)

Joseph E. Levangie

Entrepreneurs tend to be self-styled “idea” people. They often believe they have the next “Big Concept”‐one which could change the world, reaffirm their self-worth, and, of…

A classic book‐revisited

Peter Maresco

Book review by Peter Maresco. Ricardo Semler, Maverick: The Success Story Behind the Worldʼs Most Unusual Workplace, New York: Warner Books, 1993. ISBN 9780446516969

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