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The unit of analysis in entrepreneurship research : opportunities or investments?
(Discussion paper2008:3, Doctoral thesis, 2008-10)
The entrepeneurship literature in management focuses increasingly on opportunities — their creation or discovery, evaluation, and exploitation — as the unit of analysis. We argue first, that the opportunity perspective ...
Understanding opportunity discovery and sustainable advantage : the role of transaction costs and property rights
(Discussion paper2008:2, Working paper, 2008-07)
To add insight in new value creation, opportunity discovery should be integrated with strategic management theory. Based on the resource-based view and the economics of property rights we build a framework that ...
Building micro-foundations for the routines, capabilities, and performance links
(Discussion paper2007:4, Working paper, 2007-06)
Micro-foundations have become an important emerging theme in strategic management. This paper addresses micro-foundations in two related ways. First, we argue that the kind of macro (or “collectivist”) explanation that ...
Original and derived judgment : an entrepreneurial theory of economic organization
(Discussion paper2006:1, Working paper, 2006-07)
Recent work links entrepreneurship to the economic theory of firm using the Knightian concept of entrepreneurship as judgment. When judgment is complementary to other assets, and these assets or their services are traded ...
Opportunities and new business models : transaction cost and property rights perspectives on entrepreneurship
(Discussion paper2009:6, Working paper, 2009-03)
Entrepreneurial alertness and opportunity discovery : origins, attribute, critique
(Discussion paper2009:2, Working paper, 2009-01)
Alternative research strategies in the knowledge movement : from macro bias to micro-foundations and multi-level explanation
(Discussion paper2009:1, Working paper, 2009-01)
The emergence over the last two decades or so of “knowledge” as an important part of the explanatory structure of management research is an intellectual breakthrough that is comparable in terms of its transforming ...
The emerging knowledge governance approach : challenges and characteristics
(Discussion paper2006:2, Working paper, 2006-07)
The “knowledge governance approach” is characterized as a distinctive, emerging approach that cuts across the fields of knowledge management, organisation studies, strategy, and human resource management. Knowledge ...
The determinants of industry concentration : two new empirical regularities
(Discussion paper2009:3, Working paper, 2009)
This paper reports two new empirical regularities relating to industry concentration. First, concentration levels closely correlate in related industries. Second, the correlation is moderated by the degree of relatedness ...
Governing knowledge sharing in organisations : levels of analysis, mechanisms, and research directions
(Discussion paper2008:1, Working paper, 2008-07)
We discuss and test recent claims that research on knowledge processes has paid insufficient attention to micro (individual) level constructs and mechanisms and to the role of formal organisation in governing knowledge ...