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نتیجه جستجو - theorizing

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1 Fumbling to the future? Socio-technical regime change in the recorded music industry
دست و پا می زنید به آینده؟ تغییر رژیم اجتماعی - فنی در صنعت موسیقی ضبط شده-2020
In this paper, I draw on the institutional entrepreneurship and sociotechnical imaginaries literature to develop a prospective and actor-centric approach to understanding technological transitions. Empirically, I examine the initiatives that newcomers and incumbents engaged in between 1990 and 2005 to transition the socio-technical regime associated with recorded music. My account reveals the limited ability of these actors to effectively migrate the regime despite initiating several efforts to do so – a pattern of behavior I term the fragility of in- stitutional entrepreneurship. I identify underlying factors for why this is the case and suggest that these can contribute to a regime remaining in a state of flux for an extended period of time. I also demonstrate the emergence of provisional regimes or temporary settlements between actors that either gain traction or are themselves transformed over time. In specifying the micro-processes that unfold as part of such transitions, I provide a complementary perspective to the current theorizing around socio-technical regime migration, and contribute fresh insights to the institutional entrepreneurship and sociotechnical imaginaries literature.
Keywords: Socio-technical regime transition | Technological change | Institutional entrepreneurship | Sociotechnical imaginaries | Digital music
مقاله انگلیسی
2 Goal heterogeneity at start-up_ are greener start-ups more innovative?
ناهمگنی هدف در شروع کار: آیا استارت آپ های سبزتر نوآورتر هستند؟-2020
Start-ups differ in the extent to which they introduce innovations to markets and, hence, in their potential contribution to society. Understanding the heterogeneous character of start-ups is key to explaining the varia- bility in innovation. In this study, we explore whether start-ups that place more emphasis on environmental value creation versus economic value creation (‘greener start-ups’) are more innovative. We also examine how environmental regulations at the country level affect this relationship. We theorize that the fundamental dif- ference between economic value creation (private wealth generation, i.e., self-regarding interest) and en- vironmental value creation (environmental gains for society, i.e., other-regarding interest) influences en- trepreneurial opportunity identification and exploitation. When considering the regulatory context, we draw on the innovation inducement effect of environmental regulations and expect these regulations to be most effective for entrepreneurs with a strong emphasis on economic value creation. Performing multi-level ordered logit regressions with 2,945 start-up entrepreneurs in 31 countries (Global Entrepreneurship Monitor data), we find that ‘greener start-ups’ are more likely to engage in product and process innovations. We find some evidence of a positive moderation effect for environmental regulations. We advance research on innovative entrepreneurship by theorizing and finding evidence that other-regarding goals are relevant in explaining start-up innovativeness.
Keywords: Goal heterogeneity | Start-ups | Green entrepreneurship | Environmental regulations | Innovation | Global Entrepreneurship | Monitor
مقاله انگلیسی
3 Business value of big data analytics: A systems-theoretic approach and empirical test
ارزش تجاری تجزیه و تحلیل داده های بزرگ: یک رویکرد سیستم-تئوری و آزمون تجربی-2020
Although big data analytics have been widely considered a key driver of marketing and innovation processes, whether and how big data analytics create business value has not been fully understood and empirically validated at a large scale. Taking social media analytics as an example, this paper is among the first attempts to theoretically explain and empirically test the market performance impact of big data analytics. Drawing on the systems theory, we explain how and why social media analytics create super-additive value through the synergies in functional complementarity between social media diversity for gathering big data from diverse social media channels and big data analytics for analyzing the gathered big data. Furthermore, we deepen our theorizing by considering the difference between small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and large firms in the required integration effort that enables the synergies of social media diversity and big data analytics. In line with this theorizing, we empirically test the synergistic effect of social media diversity and big data analytics by using a recent large-scale survey data set from 18,816 firms in Italy. We find that social media diversity and big data analytics have a positive interaction effect on market performance, which is more salient for SMEs than for large firms.
Keywords: Big data analytics | Social media analytics | Synergies | Business value of information technology | Market performance | Digital innovation
مقاله انگلیسی
4 Business models in process industries: Emerging trends and future research
مدل های تجاری در صنایع فرآیندی: روندهای نوظهور و تحقیقات آینده-2020
This article reviews the literature on business models in process industries. The review reveals that the business model concept has gained an increasing amount of attention in process-industrial research, but it also shows that the literature exhibits a lack of construct clarity and that it is developing in different domains, depending on the perspectives scholars have taken to study business models in process industries. Specifically, while innovation management scholars have explored the relationship between technological innovations and business models as well as the process and outcomes of business model innovation, scholars from the domain of production management have focused on value chain (re)configurations and taken a system-based perspective to consider boundary-spanning exchanges with key stakeholders in the design of business models. However, despite variance in the perspectives, the review further shows that works in these divergent domains point to a family of emerging themes and to common ideas that have not been explored together. This allows us to identify the particularities of business models in process industries and develop a definition of process-industrial business models, which extends prior business model literature into the process industry context. Furthermore, we synthesize these connections to develop an agenda for future, cross-disciplinary research on business models in process industries that assists cumulative theorizing and subsequent empirical progress.
Keywords: Business model | Business model innovation | Process industries | Production management | Innovation management | Literature review
مقاله انگلیسی
5 At the boundaries of institutional theorizing: Individual entrepreneurship in episodes of regulatory change
در مرزهای نظریه پردازی نهادی: کارآفرینی فردی در دوره های تغییر نظارتی-2020
We analyse the institutional dynamics surrounding the establishment of independent audit oversight in Germany from 1997 to 2016. Complementing prior works, which have focused on countries where the global demand for independent regulation coincides with the domestic erosion of public trust in professional self-regulation, we investigate regulatory change in a context featuring strong trust in the accounting profession. To analyse the accounting establishment’s response to expanding global standards of accounting regulation and the escalating resistance of small accounting firms, as orchestrated by one individual, we mobilize a Bourdieusian field perspective and the literature on institutional entrepreneurship. By demonstrating how intra-professional conflict has increasingly eroded the establishment’s capital to reproduce its hegemonic field position and keep the regulator at distance, our case provides a counterpoint to prior research, which suggests that oversight is mainly the product of negotiations between a unified profession and the regulatory authority. Examining a rare instance of individual entrepreneurship also enables us to engage in a theory-testing process on the explanatory power of institutional ambiguitiesdthe subjectively perceived ruptures and contradictions within established social arrangementsdfor agency. Our findings suggest that ongoing encounters with institutional ambiguities result in varying disposition to activism. In this way, while acknowledging agency as a cause of field reproduction and change, our analysis shifts attention towards the relational, temporal, and transformational institutional dynamics that constitute distinct modes of agency. By identifying empirical residuals that seem to escape theorization, we also reveal the limits of institutional theorizing.
Keywords: Audit oversight | Institutional entrepreneurship | Field change | Institutional ambiguities | Institutional biography
مقاله انگلیسی
6 Recent advances in identifying and theorizing the role of immigrant entrepreneurs, ethnicity, and culture in industrial marketing
پیشرفت های اخیر در شناسایی و نظریه پردازی نقش کارآفرینان مهاجر ، قومیت و فرهنگ در بازاریابی صنعتی-2020
This special issue of Industrial Marketing Management (IMM) features four articles that cover topics related to immigrant entrepreneurs, ethnicity, and culture in industrial marketing. This introductory paper summarizes the contributions of these articles and points out future research directions
مقاله انگلیسی
7 Poverty and the varieties of entrepreneurship in the pursuit of prosperity
فقر و انواع کارآفرینی در پی شکوفایی-2020
In this paper, we revisit the entrepreneurship and poverty relationship under a eudaimonic perspective that brings together conversion factors, and future prosperity expectations. Based on an fsQCA of changes in life circumstances of 166 farm households in rural Kenya, we explore how different combinations of conversion factors enable distinct forms of entrepreneuring in the pursuit of prosperity. Results show that strong entrepreneurship-enabled future prosperity expectations result from three combinations of enabling conversion factors shaping up three varieties of entrepreneurial endeavors: family-frugal, individual-market, and family-inwards, which show a much more diverse and counterintuitive reality. Our research contributes to literature by revealing and theorizing on a split picture portraying the many ways in which farmers, acting as everyday entrepreneurs, exploit real opportunities in seemingly identical impoverished communities. It also reveals a central disconnect between entrepreneurship, life-satisfaction and financial improvements when assessed against expectations of future prosperity. In doing so, this paper responds to calls for a better understanding of the processes whereby entrepreneurship can distinctively improve current and future life circumstances, and the many ways in which this may happen.
Keywords: Poverty alleviation, future prosperity | expectations, conversion factors, fsQCA | Human development | Farming entrepreneurship | Resource-constrained contexts | Kenya
مقاله انگلیسی
8 The tacit knowledge of entrepreneurial design: Interrelating theory, practice and prescription in entrepreneurship research
دانش ضمنی در مورد طراحی کارآفرینی: نظریه ، عمل و تجویز در تحقیقات کارآفرینی-2019
An important challenge facing entrepreneurship researchers is the “three-body” knowledge problem of how to use “theoretical knowledge” to produce “prescriptive knowledge” that communicates the “practical knowledge” of situated practice to students and practitioners of entrepreneurship. We argue that a contribution can be made to solving this problem by theorizing practical knowledge as the “know-how” to do a situated entrepreneurial practice. “Know-how” is a cognitive “capacity to act” that prescribes for a practitioner how to produce a type of outcome in a range of circumstances. This “know-how” can potentially, therefore, be reconstructed theoretically as explicit micro-prescriptive guidelines for third-party practice. To exploit this connection between practical knowledge and prescriptive knowledge, however, we first need to overcome the problem that “know-how” is largely tacit in the moment of real-time forward-looking practice. In other words, the practitioner is not directly aware of their tacit “know-how”, or “tacit knowledge”, at the time of practice. In this article, we explore the contribution design theory can make to empirically eliciting, and conceptually inferring, the real-time “tacit knowledge” of entrepreneurial practice as a precursor to producing micro-prescriptive knowledge.
Keywords: Artifact | Design | Prescriptive knowledge | Tacit knowledge | Entrepreneurial practice | Problem space
مقاله انگلیسی
9 Institutional entrepreneurship and infrastructure public-private partnership (PPP): Unpacking the role of social actors in implementing PPP projects
کارآفرینی نهادی و مشارکت عمومی و خصوصی زیربنایی (PPP): عدم بسته شدن نقش بازیگران اجتماعی در اجرای پروژه های PPP-2019
The current infrastructure public-private partnership (PPP) literature overstates the mechanistic requirements of PPPs, but overlooks the social dynamics underlying their implementation. The current study addresses this gap by exploring the activities and strategies several social actors deployed to initiate and implement an airport PPP project in Saudi Arabia. By connecting insights from the PPP and institutional entrepreneurship literatures, two main contributions are made. First, it is demonstrated that the process of institutional entrepreneurship goes well beyond the agentic powers of a few institutional entrepreneurs, and entails the collaborative actions of several actors working across multiple institutional fields. Second, the study emphasizes the importance of theorizing the implementation of PPP projects as a cognitive and a social undertaking in which social actors actively address the institutional and technical constraints that obstruct PPP projects
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10 Poverty and the varieties of entrepreneurship in the pursuit of prosperity
فقر و انواع کارآفرینی در راستای سعادت-2019
In this paper, we revisit the entrepreneurship and poverty relationship under a eudaimonic perspective that brings together conversion factors, and future prosperity expectations. Based on an fsQCA of changes in life circumstances of 166 farm households in rural Kenya, we explore how different combinations of conversion factors enable distinct forms of entrepreneuring in the pursuit of prosperity. Results show that strong entrepreneurship-enabled future prosperity expectations result from three combinations of enabling conversion factors shaping up three varieties of entrepreneurial endeavors: family-frugal, individual-market, and family-inwards, which show a much more diverse and counterintuitive reality. Our research contributes to literature by revealing and theorizing on a split picture portraying the many ways in which farmers, acting as everyday entrepreneurs, exploit real opportunities in seemingly identical impoverished communities. It also reveals a central disconnect between entrepreneurship, life-satisfaction and financial improvements when assessed against expectations of future prosperity. In doing so, this paper responds to calls for a better understanding of the processes whereby entrepreneurship can distinctively improve current and future life circumstances, and the many ways in which this may happen.
Keywords: Poverty alleviation, future prosperity | expectations, conversion factors, fsQCA | Human development | Farming entrepreneurship | Resource-constrained contexts | Kenya
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