25 HB615 This volume reprints 38 papers originally published in the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Management Studies, Small Business Economics, and other journals.
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JBV stands for Journal of Business Venturing
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- Journal of Babol University of Medical Sciences (Iran)
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- Japan Bottled Water Association
- Jacqui Bennett Writers Bureau (UK)
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From a more empirical standpoint, Dery and Toulouse (1996) analyzed coauthor relations to offer a detailed account of the social structuration of the field as evidenced by the Journal of Business Venturing between 1986 and 1993.
Barney, 2004, "Organizing Rent Generation and Appropriation: Toward a Theory of the Entrepreneurial Firm," Journal of Business Venturing, 19(5), 621-635.
Pioneers and Followers: Competitive Tactics, Environment, and Firm Growth", Journal of Business Venturing, Vol 15, pp 175-210.
1999) 'Women Business Owners in Traditional and Non-Traditional Industries,' Journal of Business Venturing 15: 279-303.
Gunther, 1988, "Publicly Traded Venture Capital Funds: Implications for Institutional "Fund of Funds" Investors," Journal of Business Venturing (March), 187-206.
He is a Batten Institute Research Fellow with the Darden School at the University of Virginia, serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Business Venturing and the board of directors of the Angel Resource Institute.
Sources of the selections include: Journal of Business Venturing, Organization Science, Journal of Political Economy, and Academy of Management Review.