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Classics in Entrepreneurship Research: Enduring Insights, Future Promises
New England Journal of Entrepreneurship
  • Vishal K Gupta, University of Mississippi
  • Dev K. Dutta, University of New Hampshire
  • Grace Guo, Sacred Heart University
  • Golshan Javadian, Morgan State University
  • Crystal Jiang, Bryant University
  • Arturo E Osorio, Rutgers University - Newark
  • Banu Ozkazanc-Pan, UMASS Boston
Issue Season
Spring/Fall
Publication Date
1-1-2016
Document Type
Editorial
Abstract
Academic inquiry into entrepreneurial phenomena has had a rich history over several decades and continues to evolve. This editorial draws attention to the classics: seminal articles that make profound contributions to the development of an academic field in entrepreneurship studies. We focus on the formative years of entrepreneurship research, specifically the 1970s and 1980s, to identify classics using a key informant approach that surveys members of the journal editorial board. Each nominated classic is introduced and discussed by an editorial board member, with particular focus on research opportunities that may be pursued going forward. Analyzing classics allows for the recognition of substantive advances in entrepreneurship research and provides an opportunity to delve into the academic progress achieved in understanding entrepreneurial phenomena.
Citation Information
Vishal K Gupta, Dev K. Dutta, Grace Guo, Golshan Javadian, et al.. "Classics in Entrepreneurship Research: Enduring Insights, Future Promises" (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/banu_ozkazancpan/11/