Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship:

Research and Publications

The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship serves as a source of connection across campus and beyond for those interested in research in innovation and entrepreneurship. Click on the links below for publications in these areas.

 

Start-Up Community Narratives: The Discursive Construction of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems, Philip T. Roundy View Article

Hybrid organizations and the logics of entrepreneurial ecosystems, Philip T. Roundy View Article

Social entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial ecosystems: Complementary or disjoint phenomena?, Philip T. Roundy View Article

The resilience of entrepreneurial ecosystems, Philip T. Roundy, Beverly K. Brockman, Mike Bradshaw View Article

"Small town" entrepreneurial ecosystems: Implications for developed and emerging economies, Philip T. Roundy View Article

The emergence of entrepreneurial ecosystems: A complex adaptive systems approach, Philip T. Roundy, Mike Bradshaw, Beverly K. Brockman View Article

Paying attention to the customer: consumer forces in small town entrepreneurial ecosystems, Philip T. Roundy View Article

"It takes a village" to support entrepreneurship: intersecting economic and community dynamics in small town entrepreneurial ecosystems, Philip T. Roundy View Article

Entrepreneurial ecosystem narratives and the micro-foundations of regional entrepreneurship, Philip T. Roundy, Mark A. Bayer View Article

Rust belt or revitalization: competing narratives in entrepreneurial ecosystems, Philip T. Roundy View Article

Entrepreneurial alertness as a pathway to strategic decisions and organizational performance, Philip T. Roundy, David A. Harrison, Susanna Khavul, Liliana Perez-Nordtvedt, Jeffrey E. McGee View Article

Understanding the language of entrepreneurship: An exploratory analysis of entrepreneurial discourse, Philip T. Roundy, Arben Asllani View Article

The tactics and evolution of social entrepreneurial storytelling, Philip T. Roundy View Article

The stories of social entrepreneurs: Narrative discourse and social venture resource acquisition, Philip T. Roundy View Article

Doing good by telling stories: Emotion in social entrepreneurship communication, Philip T. Roundy View Article

Tugging at Heartstrings: Narrative-Induced Emotion and Organizational Communication, Philip T. Roundy View Article

Becoming a Hybrid Organization: When Traditional Nonprofits Found New Ventures, Philip T. Roundy, Diane Halstead View Article

Founded by Faith: Social Entrepreneurship as a Bridge Between Religion and Work, Philip T. Roundy, Valerie A. Taylor, Randy W. Evans View Article

The Singularity of Social Entrepreneurship: Untangling its Uniqueness and Market Function, Philip T. Roundy, Michaël Bonnal View Article

"Doing good" while serving customers: Charting the social entrepreneurship and marketing interface, Philip T. Roundy View Article

Finance or philanthropy? Exploring the motivations and criteria of impact investors, Philip T. Roundy, Hunter Holzhauer, Ye Dai View Article

Offering a "Hand-up" Rather Than a "Handout"? Ethical Challenges in Employment-Based Social Entrepreneurship, Philip T. Roundy, Randy W. Evans View Article

Would you like to see a subject area or publication added? If so, email your request to Beverly-Brockman@utc.edu