The Center for Entrepreneurship recognizes the following faculty for publications in entrepreneurship, innovation and small business.

Understanding your discipline and the dynamics of your field is critical to making good choices. The Center for Entrepreneurship values research. The Center awards up to three faculty honorariums a year. The award recognizes faculty activity in entrepreneurship and related fields. Authors of wining submissions receive a cash award and are formally recognized on the Center’s online Faculty Research Wall

2015 Publications

Mousa, F., & Harper, S. (2015). When less is more: EO’s influence upon funds raised by young technology firms at IPO. Journal of Business Research, 68, 306-313

*Sloan, Margaret F. (2015). Effectual Processes in Nonprofit Start-Ups and Social Entrepreneurship: An Illustrated Discussion of a Novel Decision-Making Approach. American Review of Public Administration, 45(4), 471-435.

*Seifert, K., & Caran, K. (2015). Colloidal and antibacterial properties of novel triple-headed, double-tailed amphiphiles: Exploring structure—activity relationships and synergistic mixtures. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry, 23, 3566-3573.

O’Connor, Sarah H. (2015). The Day the Convict Came to Class. UC Davis Writing on the Edge.

2014 Publications

*Gallagher, Scott. (2014). Innovation decision making in high-risk organizations: A comparison of the US and Soviet attack submarine programs. Industrial and Corporate Change, 23(3), 759-795.

2013 Publications

Mousa, F., Marlin, D. & Ritchie, W.J. (2013). Configurations of slack and their performance implications: An examination of high-tech IPOs. Management Decision, 51(2), 225-247.   

Messersmith, J. G., & Wales, W. J. (2013). Entrepreneurial Orientation and Performance in Young Firms: The Role of Human Resource Management. International Small Business Journal, 31(2), 115-136.

2012 Publications

*Coombs, J, Bierly, P., & Gallagher, S. (2012). The impact of different forms of IPO firm legitimacy on the choice of alliance governance structure. Journal of Management & Organization, 18(4), 516-536.

*Covin, J. G., & Wales, W. J. (2012). The Measurement of Entrepreneurial Orientation. Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, 36(4), 677-702.

*Fordham, D. R. (2012). Applying a real-world fraud to multiple learning objectives: Considerations and an example from the systems course, Journal of Accounting Education, 30, 325-354.

Mousa, F., & Wales, W. J. (2012). Founder Effectiveness in Leveraging Entrepreneurial Orientation. Management Decision, 50(2), 305-324.

*Pattie, M. W., Parks, L. M., & Wales, W. J. (2012). Who Needs Security? Entrepreneurial Minorities, Security Values, and Firm Performance. Journal of Management Inquiry, 21(3), 319-328.

*Ritchie, W.J., Melnyk, S. (2012). The Impact of Emerging Institutional Norms on Adoption Timing Decisions: Evidence from C-TPAT - a Government Antiterrorism Initiative. Strategic Management Journal, 33(7), 860-870. 

*Wood, W. C., Stover, L. F., & Hopkins, M. C. (2012). Classroom Societies and Common Markets: The GEM Fair. Social Studies Research and Practice, 7(1), 46-50.

2011 Publications

Wales, W. J., Monsen, E., & McKelvie, A. (2011). The Organizational Pervasiveness of Entrepreneurial Orientation. Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, 35(5), 895-923.

*Ott, J. (2010). The Manufactured Patron: Staging Bourgeois Identity through Art Consumption in Postbellum America. in Sven Beckert and Julia Rosenbaum, eds., The American Bourgeoisie: Distinction and Identity in the Nineteenth Century. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 491-526. 

*Winning Submissions

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