Make It Or Break It? Founder Social Identity, EO, And New Ventures' Financial Performance

Item Type Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Abstract How do founder social identities and the entrepreneurial orientation of a new venture combine to explain the latter’s financial performance? To address this crucial yet unanswered question, we take a set-theoretic approach based on fsQCA and analyze a sample of 492 entrepreneurs from 7 countries. We reveal nine configurations predicting either high or low financial performance, which offers unique insights into the multitude of pathways founders can take to succeed and advances several streams of literature.
Authors Fauchart, Emmanuelle; Sieger, Philipp; Scheef, Christine & Zellweger, Thomas
Language English
Subjects business studies
HSG Classification contribution to scientific community
Date August 2022
Event Title Academy of Management Annual Meeting (2022)
Event Location Seattle, US
Event Dates 08.08.2022
Depositing User Prof. Dr. Christine Scheef
Date Deposited 18 May 2022 10:04
Last Modified 04 Feb 2023 01:26
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/266302

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Fauchart, Emmanuelle; Sieger, Philipp; Scheef, Christine & Zellweger, Thomas: Make It Or Break It? Founder Social Identity, EO, And New Ventures' Financial Performance. 2022. - Academy of Management Annual Meeting (2022). - Seattle, US.

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