These papers provide an ongoing exploration of the major current theoretical and methodological efforts in the fields of entrepreneurship, small and family business growth and firm emergence and growth.
Cognitive approaches to entrepreneurship research, J. Katz, D. Shepherd; Organizational learning by new ventures: concepts, strategies, and applications, B.B. Lichtenstein et al.; Entrepreneurial fit: the role of cognitive misfit, K.H. Brigham et al.; The role of regretful thinking, perseverance, and self-efficacy in venture formation, G.D. Markman et al.; The self-determination motive and entrepreneurs' choice of financing, H.J. Sapienza et al.; Extending the theory of the entrepreneur using a signal detection framework, J.S. Mcmullen, D.A. Shepherd; A transaction cognition theory of global entrepreneurship, R.K. Mitchell; The impact of entrepreneurial experience on opportunity identification and exploitation: habitual and novice entrepreneurs, D. Ucbasaran et al.; Opportunity development: a socio-cognitive perspective, A. De Koning; The domain of entrepreneurship research: some suggestions, P. Davidsson.