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Johan Wiklund

Bennis and O’Toole (2005) note that business schools have lost their way, generating research that is less and less relevant to practitioners. Fortunately, the author believes that the outlook for entrepreneurship research might be more positive. The author proposes a model for generating interest in research by making a distinction between the number of people that care and how much people care. The first step is to ensure that one single person cares deeply about the research. If the researcher is deeply emotionally involved, it is easier to make other people involved. The next step is to test the ideas on others. The researcher should be able to find a way that those who care about the researcher also care about the research, show interest and listen. Relevance in entrepreneurship research is not an option. It is a matter of survival.

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Verona P. Edmond and Johan Wiklund

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Dean A. Shepherd and Johan Wiklund

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Dean A. Shepherd and Johan Wiklund

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Dean A. Shepherd and Johan Wiklund

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Entrepreneurial Small Businesses

A Resource-based Perspective

Dean A. Shepherd and Johan Wiklund

The authors of this comprehensive study address why it is that some small firms perform well and others don’t, and whether high-performing firms share characteristics that distinguish them from low-performing firms. By exploring bundles of resources and their interaction with other factors, the authors explain important small business outcomes such as growth, performance, entrepreneurial activity, and the chance of receiving debt or equity capital.