Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University


List All

Volume 19, Number 4
When seeking to harness entrepreneurship and enterprise culture, governments often seek to transfer policy measures successful in another country to their own. Until now however, governments have often lacked a practical evaluation framework for sele ...
Does Self-employment Enhance Regional Economic Growth?
Creative and qualified self-employed individuals contribute in economic growth by inventing new products, production processes, distribution methods, and employing other people. Researchers are interested in self-employment if it can provide jobs to ...
Gender Differences in Entrepreneurial Relationships: Evidence from the Franchising Context
This study examines how entrepreneurial relationship variables such as trust, conflict, interpersonal justice, and satisfaction differ among a group of men and women franchisees. Results suggest that differences exist between men and women franchisee ...
Entrepreneurial Drive and the Informal Economy in Cameroon
There is a growing appreciation for the value and impact of the informal economy on the lives and livelihood of many in developing economies. A key question for researchers has been whether those operating in it do so out of necessity or voluntarily ...
This study explores the relationships between bricolage, firm performance and growth opportunities in contexts characterized by extreme resource scarcity. Using a sample of 160 Palestinian women entrepreneurs as representative of entrepreneurs acting ...
Chinese SMEs’ Uses of Financial Statements to Make Decisions
With a sample of 46 Chinese small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), this study examines factors that might affect firms’ use of financial statements to make decisions. Financial statements contain insightful information about potential risk and ret ...
Why Suboptimal Contracts Are Usually Chosen in Venture Capital Backed Nascent Entrepreneurship?
This paper attempts to interpret the reason of high failure rate in venture capital backed nascent entrepreneurship by applying contract theory and employing a theoretical model of contract choice between entrepreneurs and venture capitalists. The re ...


Volume 22, Number 3
September 2017
Volume 21, Number 3
September 2016
Volume 21, Number 4
December 2016
Volume 20, Number 4
December 2015
Volumne 20, Number 3
September 2015
Volume 19, Number 3
September 2014
Volume 19, Number 4
December 2014
Volume 18, Number 3
September 2013
Volume 18, Number 4
December 2013
Volume 17 Number 3
September 2012
Volume 17, Number 4
December 2012
Volume 16 Number 3
September 2011
Volume 16 Number 4
December 2011
Volume 15 Number 3
September 2010
Volume 15 Number 4
December 2010
Volume 14 Number 3
September 2009
Volume 14 Number 4
December 2009
Volume 14 Numbr 3
September 2009
Volume 13, Number 3
September 2008
Volume 13, Number 4
December 2008
Volume 12, Number 3
September 2007
Volume 12, Number 4
December 2007
Volume 11, Number 3
September 2006
Volume 10, Number 3
December 2005
Volume 9, Number 3
December 2004
Volume 8, Number 3
December 2003
Volume 7, Number 4
December 2002
Volume 5, Number 3
December 2000
Volume 3, Number 2
September 1998
Volume 2, Number 2
September 1997
Volume 1, Number 2
September 1996