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Michael Haynie

Michael Haynie

Barnes Professor of Entrepreneurship | Whitman School of Management
Vice Chancellor | Strategic Initiatives & Innovation | Syracuse University
Executive Director | Institute for Veterans and Military Families

Room: IVMF

Ph D, University of Colorado

Research Topics

  • Decision-making
  • Entrepreneurial thinking
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business opportunities
  • Social psychology
  • Business plans
  • Business school competitions
  • Meta-cognition
  • Entrepreneurial cognition
Professor Haynie's research is focused on investigating entrepreneurial decision-making, identity, and cognition. His research has been presented at the top entrepreneurship conferences and published in prestigious academic and industry journals.

Selected Publications
  • "Habitual entrepreneurs: Possible cases of entrepreneurship addiction?", Journal of Business Venturing, 2015 (with Spivack, A., McKelvie, A.)
  • "What Matters, Matters Differently: A Con joint Analysis of the Decision Policies of Angel Investors and Venture Capitalists", Venture Capital, 2013 (with Hsu, D., McKelvie, A., Simmons, S.)
  • "Counterfactual Thinking and Entrepreneurial Self - Efficacy: The Moderating Role of Self - Esteem and Disp ositional Affect", Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, 2013 (with Arora, P., Laurence, G.)
  • "The Varying Effects of Family Relationships in Entrepreneurial Teams", Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, 2013 (with Brannon, D., Wiklund, J.)
  • "Confirmatory Search as a Useful Heuristic: Testing the Veracity of Entrepreneurial Conjectures", Journal of Business Venturing, 2012 (with Shepherd, D., McMullen, J.)
  • "I Like How You Think: Similarity as an Interaction Bias in the In vestor - Entrepreneur Dyad", Journal of Management Studies, 2011 (with Murnieks, C., Wilbanks, R., Harting, T.)
  • "Overcoming the Stigma of Bankruptcy: A Self - Justification Model of Bankruptcy Stigmatization", Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 2011 (with Shepherd, D.)
  • "Toward a Theory of Discontinuous Career Transition: Investigating Career Transitions Necessitated by Traumatic Life - Events", Journal of Applied Psychology, 2011 (with Shepherd, D.)
  • "Unpacking the uncertainty construct: Implications for entrepreneurial action", Journal of Business Venturing, 26(3), 273-292, 2011 (with McKelvie, A., Gustavsson, V.)
  • "Cognitive Adaptability: The Role of Metacognition and Feedback in an Entrepreneurial Task", Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, 2010 (with Shepherd, D., Peltgratz, H.)
  • "Family Business, Identity Conflict, and an Expedited Entrepreneurial Process: A Process of Resolving Identity Conflict", Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, 2010 (with Shepherd, D.)
  • "Entrepreneurial Spirals: Deviation Amplifying Loops of an Entrepreneurial Mindset and Organizational Culture", Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, 2010 (with Shepherd, D., Peltgratz, H.)

Awards and Honors

  • Outstanding Entrepreneurship Scholar Award - Whitman School of Management (Syracuse University) (2012)
  • Orange Circle Award (2010)
  • • Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence Award for Engaging the World (2010)
  • 2009 Veterans Small Business Champion of the Year award - U.S. Small Business Administration (2009)
  • Entrepreneurship Research Exemplar Award (2009)
  • Guttag Research Fellowship (2009)
  • McGraw-Hill/Irwin 2009 Award for Innovation in Entrepreneurship Pedagogy (2009)
  • Central New York “40 under 40” Award Recipient (2008)
  • Oberwager Prize (2008)
  • Research Promise IDEA Award (2008)
  • Syracuse, New York “Community Hall of Fame” Inductee (2008)
  • Michael Mescon Research Award (2007)
  • National Federation of Independent Business Award (2007)
  • Outstanding Entrepreneurship Educator Award (2007)
  • Snyder Memorial Award (2004)