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Research Handbook on Strategic Entrepreneurship
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Research Handbook on Strategic Entrepreneurship

9781789904437 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Vishal K. Gupta, Professor, Department of Management, Culverhouse College of Business, The University of Alabama, A. Banu Goktan, Associate Professor, School of Business, University of North Texas at Dallas, US, Galina V. Shirokova, Professor, School of Economics and Management, National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, Russia and Amit Karna, Professor of Strategy, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, India
Publication Date: 2022 ISBN: 978 1 78990 443 7 Extent: 288 pp
This Research Handbook provides a solid foundation for exploring the vibrant field of strategic entrepreneurship, with an examination of important topics from theoretical, psychological and economic perspectives. PhD students, scholars and researchers alike who want to investigate further into strategic entrepreneurship in depth as well as uncharted territories, will find this Research Handbook a valuable resource.

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This Research Handbook provides a solid foundation for exploring the vibrant field of strategic entrepreneurship, with an examination of important topics from theoretical, psychological and economic perspectives.

Analysing new directions for future research, this Research Handbook spans the comprehensiveness of the field and offers insights into specific topic areas within strategic entrepreneurship including historical cognition, ethnomethodology and the strategic entrepreneurial mind. With contributions from scholars across diverse backgrounds, the Research Handbook not only critically analyses existing research at the intersection of strategy and entrepreneurship, but also identifies new avenues for future inquiry. The editors provide useful guidance for travelling new paths within the domain of strategic entrepreneurship research, and across other disciplines, based upon distinct theoretical foundations.

PhD students, scholars, and researchers alike who want to investigate further into strategic entrepreneurship in depth as well as uncharted territories, will find this Research Handbook a valuable resource.
Critical Acclaim
‘The Research Handbook on Strategic Entrepreneurship by Gupta, Goktan, Shirokova and Karna is a timely and much-needed contribution to knowledge at the interface of strategy and entrepreneurship research. Gupta and his colleagues have compiled ten thought-provoking essays from some of the most knowledgeable and insightful scholars of our time. The contributors to the Research Handbook take stock of current knowledge, offer new insights, and provide paths forward on topics central to strategic entrepreneurship’s advancement as an area of scholarly inquiry. The Research Handbook is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand and contribute to the strategic entrepreneurship conversation.’
– Jeffrey G. Covin, Indiana University, US

‘Research on strategic entrepreneurship has emerged as a central, vibrant, and rich field of inquiry. This path-breaking Research Handbook will be informative and stimulating for academics and scholars interested in research on the evident intersection between entrepreneurship and strategy.’
– Sascha Kraus, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy

‘The intersection of strategy and entrepreneurship in the form of strategic entrepreneurship is one of today’s most important and interesting research areas. Gupta, Goktan, Shirokova, and Karna have assembled a far-reaching and eclectic mix of contributions to thinking about strategic entrepreneurship that is certain to offer something helpful for every reader.’
– Dave Ketchen, Auburn University, US
Contributors
Contributors: Brian S. Anderson, Craig E. Armstrong, Florian Bayer, Nachiket Bhawe, Josie A. Burks, Per L. Bylund, Susanne C. Bylund, Betsy Campbell, Diego M. Coraiola, Riley Doyle, Paul L. Drnevich, Ron Dulez, Mehrsa Ehsani, Elliott Miller Graves, Vishal K. Gupta, Yeong-Hyun Hong, Kris Irwin, Amit Karna, Christian Landau, Jef Naidoo, Oleksiy Osiyevskyy, Anna M. Pastwa, Galina Shirokova, Kanhaiya Sinha, Roy Suddaby, Fernanda Yumi Tsujiguchi, William J. Wales, Shaker Zahra
Contents
Contents:

1 Strategic entrepreneurship research: an introduction 1
Vishal K. Gupta, A. Banu Goktan, Galina V. Shirokova, and Amit Karna
2 Decomposing the knowledge structures of absorptive capacity 8
Nachiket Bhawe and Shaker Zahra
3 The economic firm as a manifestation of strategic entrepreneurship 24
Susanne C. Bylund and Per L. Bylund
4 Opportunity-seeking behaviors in strategic entrepreneurship:
What do we know from the effectuation literature? 50
Florian Bayer and Christian Landau
5 Exploring new venture creation through incubators and
accelerators: What value is created and who captures it?
Implications for research, teaching, and practice 82
Riley Doyle, Kris Irwin, Josie A. Burks, Paul L. Drnevich, and Craig
E. Armstrong
6 Holistic view of strategic entrepreneurship’s results:
Estimating the implications for performance mean and variability 106
Oleksiy Osiyevskyy, Kanhaiya Kumar Sinha, Galina V. Shirokova,
and Mehrsa Ehsani
7 Historical cognition and strategic entrepreneurship 125
Diego M. Coraiola, Fernanda Yumi Tsujiguchi, and Roy Suddaby
8 Making strategic entrepreneurship visible: An
ethnomethodology primer 144
Betsy Campbell
9 The eye as a window to the soul: Entering the strategic
entrepreneurial mind 164
Jef Naidoo, Ron Dulek, Elliott Miller Graves, and Yeong Hyun Hong
10 New frontiers? Approaches to computerized text analysis in
strategic entrepreneurship research 197
Anna M. Pastwa and William J. Wales
11 Endogeneity in strategic entrepreneurship research 233
Brian S. Anderson

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