Professor Moss’s research interests focus on the intersections of entrepreneurship, innovation, and social responsibility. His most recent work addresses crowdfunding and the various types of value creation pursued by microenterprises. He research has appeared in journals such as Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, and Family Business Review, among others.
Kistruck, G., Lount, R., Smith, B., Bergman, B., & Moss, T.W. (2016). Competition vs. cooperation: Alternative goal structures for motivating groups in resource-scarce environments. Academy of Management Journal, 59(4): 1174-1198.
Moss, T.W., Neubaum, D.O., & Meyskens, M. (2015). The effect of virtuous and entrepreneurial orientations on microfinance lending and repayment: A signaling theory perspective. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 39(1): 27-52 (Special Issue on Seeding Entrepreneurship with Microfinance).
Moss, T.W., Payne, G.T., & Moore, C. (2014). Strategic consistency of exploration and exploitation in family businesses. Family Business Review, 27(1): 51-71 (Special Issue on Expanding the Temporal Dimensions of Family Enterprise Research).
Lumpkin, G. T., Moss, T. W., Gras, D. M., Kato, S., & Amezcua, A. S. (2013). Entrepreneurial processes in social contexts: How are they different, if at all? Small Business Economics, 40(3): 761-783 (Invited paper to the Special Issue on Social Entrepreneurship).
Moss, T.W., Short, J.C., Payne, G.T., & Lumpkin, G.T. (2011). Dual identities in social ventures: An exploratory study. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 35(4): 805-830.
Short, J.C., Moss, T.W., & Lumpkin, G.T. (2009). Research in social entrepreneurship: Past contributions and future opportunities. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 3: 161-194.