New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Volume 7 Issue 2 , Open Access


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Juliska: Filling a niche with imports

David Gooding

David and Capucine Gooding are completing their third year in business, directing the growing activities of their import business located in Stamford, Connecticut. Their niche is…


The values of being small and nimble

Peter Christian Murphy

Peter Christian (Chris) Murphy had worked his way up the “food chain” at AT&T for 19 years, culminating in his position as Sales Center Vice President for South Florida. When he…


Doing well and happy about it? Explaining variance in entrepreneurs’ stated satisfaction with performance

Gregory B. Murphy, Stephen K. Callaway

The importance of performance measurement is largely undisputed. There is debate, however, regarding the equivalency of objective and subjective performance measures.This debate…


Omitted variable bias in the link between planning and performance

Kirk C. Heriot, Noel D. Campbell, R. Zachary Finney

This article argues that existing research poorly specifies the link between planning and performance because of omitted variable bias. Researchers agree planning is a critical…


DHR Construction, LLC: Parts A and B

Herbert Sherman, Daniel J. Rowley

Stephen Hodgetts read the e-mail over and over again and still could hardly believe what he had read. He had just come back from his vacation, well rested and refreshed, and this…

No Mulligans: When good entrepreneurs make bad decisions

Joseph E. Levangie

Some of the best entrepreneurs fail early and often. Less talented or less committed entrepreneurs do not even get a second chance. Failure and setbacks, however, can be…

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