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Forster, F., & Grichnik, D. (2013). Social Entrepreneurial Intention Formation of Corporate Volunteers. Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 4(2), 153-181, DOI:10.1080/19420676.2013.777358.
   
Forster, F. (2006). The Idea behind Business Process Improvement: Toward a Business Process Improvement Pattern Framework. BP Trends, 2006(April), 1-14.
   
thesis
Forster, F. (2012). Social Entrepreneurship. Vallendar, Germany: WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management.
   
conference paper
Forster, F., Hockerts, K., & Grichnik, D. (2013). Do they reason the same? - Comparing Intention and Behavior of For-profit and Social Entrepreneurs. In Capitalism in Question. Chicago: Academy of Management.
   
Forster, F., Hockerts, K., & Grichnik, D. (2013). Do they reason the same?: Comparing Intention and Behavior of For-profit and Social Entrepreneurs. In Capitalism in Question, pp.37. New York: Academy of Management (AOM).
   
Forster, F., Hockerts, K., & Grichnik, D. (2012). Do good intentions matter?: A comparative study of what triggers for-profit and social entrepreneurship. In G-Forum 2016: Creativity und Entrepreneurship, pp.5. Conventus Congressmanagement & Marketing GmbH.
   
Forster, F., & Grichnik, D. (2012). Why Social Entrepreneurs Act: The Intention Formation of Corporate Volunteers. In G-Forum 2016: Creativity und Entrepreneurship, pp.5. Jena: Conventus Congressmanagement & Marketing GmbH.
   
Forster, F., & Grichnik, D. (2012). Social Entrepreneurial Intention Formation Of Corporate Volunteers. In EURAM 2012. Rotterdam NL: Rotterdam School of Management.
   
Forster, F., & Grichnik, D. (2011). Intention Formation in Social Entrepreneurship: An Empirical Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior. In G-Forum Annual Conference 2011. Jena: Conventus Congressmanagement.
   
Weber, C., Grichnik, D., & Forster, F. (2010). Empirical Evidence of ‘Typologies of Social Entreprises’: A Quantitative Analysis. In CSR-Challenges Around the Globe. Berlin: Humboldt Universität.
   
Weber, C., Grichnik, D., & Forster, F. (2010). Empirical Evidence of ‘Typologies of Social Entreprises’: A Quantitative Analysis. In G-Forum 2010. Bonn: Förderkreis Gründungs-Forschung e.V..
   
presentation
Forster, F. (2013). Sustaining the Sustainable: Business Modeling for Social Ventures: Professional Development Workshop with Günzel, F., Kickul, J., Krueger, N., Sumar, S., Owens, T., & Walske, J. Presented at Academy of Management, Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), Florida, USA..
   
Forster, F., & Grichnik, D. (2012). Why social entrepreneurs act – the intention formation of corporate volunteers. Presented at G-Forum 2012 – 16. Interdisziplinäre Jahreskonferenz zur Gründungsforschung, Potsdam, Germany.
   
Forster, F., Hockerts, K., & Grichnik, D. (2012). Do good intentions matter? A comparative study of what triggers for-profit and social entrepreneurship. Presented at G-Forum 2012 – 16. Interdisziplinäre Jahreskonferenz zur Gründungsforschung, Potsdam, Germany.
   
Forster, F., & Grichnik, D. (2012). Social Entrepreneurial Intention Formation Of Corporate Volunteers. Presented at European Academy of Management (EURAM), Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
   
Weber, C., Grichnik, D., & Forster, F. (2010). Exploring Typologies Of Social Enterprises: A Quantitative Analysis. Presented at 7th Annual Satter Conference on Social Entrepreneurs, New York, USA.
   
Forster, F. (2009). Social Entrepreneurship within Organizational Borders: Research Study of Social Entrepreneurial Volunteerism. Presented at G-Forum, Research Colloquium, Leipzig, Germany.
   
Forster, F. (2009). Social Entrepreneurship within Organizational Borders. Presented at FGF Forschungskolloquium Methodenkompetenz, Aachen, Germany.
   
 
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