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Articles (2015), Foundations and Trends in Entrepreneurship, 11 (1), pp. 1-54

Network-Based Research in Entrepreneurship: A Decade in Review

HOANG Ha , YI A.

Process-oriented studies inform how entrepreneurial networks arise that may in turn lead to successful milestones achievement including financing and venture growth. We conclude by proposing future areas of research that include exploring the malleability of networking competencies, reviving dormant ties, examining the role of team level network constructs in venture performance, and greater incorporation of contextual factors. We also encourage research designs that employ multiple methods in order to better capture the wide range of constructs being incorporated into current theoretical models of networks. Lien vers l'article

HOANG, H. and YI, A. (2015). Network-Based Research in Entrepreneurship: A Decade in Review. Foundations and Trends in Entrepreneurship, 11(1), pp. 1-54.

Mots clés : #D85-Network-Formation-and-Analysis:-Theory, #L26-Entrepreneurship, #Z13-Economic-Sociology-Relational-constructs, #Network-relations, #Organization-theory, #Economic-sociology