Charles Eesley
Charles Eesley
Associate Professor, Stanford University
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Firm responses to secondary stakeholder action
C Eesley, MJ Lenox
Strategic management journal 27 (8), 765-781, 2006
Defining a cognitive function decrement in schizophrenia
RSE Keefe, CE Eesley, MP Poe
Biological psychiatry 57 (6), 688-691, 2005
Entrepreneurs from technology-based universities: Evidence from MIT
DH Hsu, EB Roberts, CE Eesley
Research Policy 36 (5), 768-788, 2007
Entrepreneurial Impact: The Role of MIT--an Updated Report
EB Roberts, CE Eesley
Now Publishers Inc, 2011
Private environmental activism and the selection and response of firm targets
MJ Lenox, CE Eesley
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 18 (1), 45-73, 2009
How entrepreneurs leverage institutional intermediaries in emerging economies to acquire public resources
DE Armanios, CE Eesley, J Li, KM Eisenhardt
Strategic Management Journal 38 (7), 1373-1390, 2017
The contingent effects of top management teams on venture performance: Aligning founding team composition with innovation strategy and commercialization environment
CE Eesley, DH Hsu, EB Roberts
Strategic Management Journal 35 (12), 1798-1817, 2014
Are you experienced or are you talented?: When does innate talent versus experience explain entrepreneurial performance?
CE Eesley, EB Roberts
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 6 (3), 207-219, 2012
Impact: Stanford University's economic impact via innovation and entrepreneurship
CE Eesley, WF Miller
Available at SSRN 2227460, 2017
Institutional barriers to growth: Entrepreneurship, human capital and institutional change
C Eesley
Organization Science 27 (5), 1290-1306, 2016
Social Influence in Career Choice: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment on Entrepreneurial Mentorship
C Eesley, Y Wang
Research Policy, 2017
Failure Is an Option: Institutional Change, Entrepreneurial Risk, and New Firm Growth
RN Eberhart, CE Eesley, KM Eisenhardt
Organization Science 28 (1), 93-112, 2017
Does institutional change in universities influence high-tech entrepreneurship? Evidence from China’s Project 985
C Eesley, JB Li, D Yang
Organization Science 27 (2), 446-461, 2016
Through the mud or in the boardroom: Examining activist types and their strategies in targeting firms for social change
C Eesley, KA Decelles, M Lenox
Strategic Management Journal 37 (12), 2425-2440, 2016
Neurocognitive Impairments.
RSE Keefe, CE Eesley
American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc., 2006
Secondary Stakeholder Actions and the Selection of Firm Targets.
CE Eesley, MJ Lenox
Academy of Management Proceedings 2006 (1), B1-B6, 2006
Failure is an option: Failure barriers and new firm performance
RN Eberhart, CE Eesley, KM Eisenhardt
Univ., Rock Center for Corporate Governance, 2012
Entrepreneurship education comes of age on campus: The challenges and rewards of bringing entrepreneurship to higher education
WEF Torrance, J Rauch, W Aulet, L Blum, B Burke, T D'Ambrosio, ...
The effects of mentoring in entrepreneurial career choice
CE Eesley, Y Wang
Available at SSRN, 2014
The persistence of entrepreneurship and innovative immigrants
YS Lee, C Eesley
Research Policy 47 (6), 1032-1044, 2018
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