On entrepreneurial teams and their formation in science-based industries
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This thesis focuses on entrepreneurial teams and is positioned in the literature that conceptualize entrepreneurship as a collective action. Writing this PhD thesis could also be explained in the same way. Although it appeared to be the act of an individual, several people contributed throughout the process in one way or another, making it a collective action. I would like to take this opportunity to thank several individuals who were part of my “team” while writing this thesis.
Has partsThe papers of this dissertation (pages 49-149) are not available open access, due to copyright matters.
Paper 1 Why we know what we know about entrepreneurial teams? Unlocking implicit assumptions in entrepreneurial team research Misganaw, B. A. (2018) International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 354-379: https://doi.org/10.1504/IJESB.2018.090218
Paper 2 How do entrepreneurial teams form? On mechanisms leading to entrepreneurial team formation Misganaw, B. A. & Jevnaker, B. H.
Paper 3 Entrepreneurial team formation in academic spin-offs – when the rules of the game are changing and players evolve Jevnaker, B. H. & Misganaw B. A.