Chapter 8: Emerging Themes in Entrepreneurship Research: Editors’ Keynote 2010
Keynote editors: Candida (Candy) Brush, Michael A. Hitt, R. Duane Ireland, Dean A. Shepherd, Mike Wright* Moderator: Ronald K. Mitchell Comments editor: G. Thomas Lumpkin [Author’s note: Emerging themes were discussed at the 2010 Entrepreneurship Exemplars Conference held at the University of Connecticut School of Business, May 20–22, 2010] Dino, Rich: We are moving now into our second roundtable discussion around emerging themes and this is with a number of folks from various journals, in their role as editor or past journal editor. So I’ll turn it over to my colleague, Ron Mitchell. Mitchell, Ron: Thank you very much, Rich. It’s been a very helpful time for us to move from ‘enduring’ through ‘enabling’ to ‘engaging’ themes, and now we’re in this zone of considering ‘emergence.’1 In some sense, we are in the classic skill-creation model: learn, look, do. So in the emerging themes sessions, we set the stage to move from learning and looking to ‘the doing.’ In the next two sessions, we will do this from two vantage points: the first we could say is more macro, the second more micro. This is the emerging theme [keynote] roundtable with journal editors. We have Mike Wright representing the Journal of Management Studies (JMS); Duane Ireland, Academy of Management Journal (AMJ); Candy Brush, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice (ET&P); Mike Hitt, * Candida Brush, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice; Michael A. Hitt, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal; R. Duane Ireland, Academy of Management Journal; Dean A. Shepherd, Journal of Business Venturing; Mike Wright, Journal of...
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