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J. Michael Haynie

Barnes Professor of Entrepreneurship

(315) 443-3392
Room: 516
jmhaynie@syr.edu

PhD (Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management), Leeds College of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder

PhD (Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management), Leeds College of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder

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:
“I Like How You Think--Similarity as an Interaction Bias in the Investor-Entrepreneur Dyad," (forthcoming), Journal of Management Studies, with Murnieks, Wiltbank, and Harting.

“Toward a Theory of Discontinuous Career Transition: Investigating Career Transitions Necessitated by Traumatic Life-Events,” (forthcoming, feature article), Journal of Applied Psychology, with Shepherd, D.A.

“Unpacking the Uncertainty Construct: Implications for Entrepreneurial Action” (forthcoming), Journal of Business Venturing, with McKelvie, J. and Gustafsson, V.

“Family Business, Identity Conflict, and an Expedited Entrepreneurial Process: A Process of Resolving Identity Conflict,” (2010) Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, with Shepherd, D.

"Entrepreneurial Spirals: Deviation Amplifying Loops of an Entrepreneurial Mindset and Organizational Culture,” (2010), Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, (with Shepherd, D.A., & Patzelt, H.).

“An Opportunity for Me? The Role of Resources in Opportunity Evaluation Decisions,” (2009), Journal of Management Studies, (with Shepherd, D.A., & McMullen, J.)

“A Situated Metacognitive Model of the Entrepreneurial Mindset” (2009), Journal of Business Venturing, (with Shepherd, D.A., Mosakowski, E.  & Earley, P.C.).

"A Measure of Cognitive Adaptability for Entrepreneurship Research" (2009), with Shepherd, D.A. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.

"Entrepreneurial Action: Exploitation Decisions Under Conditions of Uncertainty," (2008), Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings, with Gustafsson, V., and McKelvie, A. 

"Moving Forward: Balancing the Financial and Emotional Costs of Business Failure" (2008), with Shepherd, D. A., & Wiklund, J. Journal of Business Venturing.

"Birds of a Feather Don't Always Flock Together: Identity Management of Entrepreneuring Individuals" (2008), with Shepherd, D.A. Journal of Business Venturing.

"Cognitive Adaptability: The Role of Metacognition and Feedback in an Entrepreneurial Task," (Forthcoming), Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, (with Shepherd, D.A. & Peltgratz, H.).Selected Publications
  • "Moving Forward: Balancing the Financial and Emotional Costs of Business Failure", Journal of Business Venturing, 2008, (with Shepherd, D. A., Wiklund, J. )
  • "Birds of a Feather Don't Always Flock Together: Identity Management of Entrepreneuring Individuals", Journal of Business Venturing, forthcoming, (with Shepherd, D.A. )
  • "A Measure of Cognitive Adaptability for Entrepreneurship Research", Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, forthcoming, (with Shepherd, D.A.)
  • "Cognitive Adaptability: The Theoretical Origins of the Entrepreneurial Mindset", Journal of Business Venturing, forthcoming, (with Shepherd, D.A., Mosakowski, E., Earley, P.C.)
  • "Family Business, Identity Conflict, and an Expedited Entrepreneurial Process: A Process of Resolving Identity Conflict", Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, forthcoming, (with Shepherd, D.)
  • "Unpacking the Uncertainty Construct: Implications for Entrepreneurial Action", Journal of Business Venturing, 2011, (with McKelvie, A. and Gustafsson, V.)
  • "I Like How You Think--Similarity as an Interaction Bias in the Investor-Entrepreneur Dyad", Journal of Management Studies, forthcoming, (with Murnieks, Wiltbank, and Harting)

Leadership

  • Journal of Business Venturing - Editorial Board