Matthew R Marvel
Matthew R Marvel
The George A. Ball Distinguished Professor, Ball State University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei bsu.edu
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Technology entrepreneurs’ human capital and its effects on innovation radicalness
MR Marvel, GT Lumpkin
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 31 (6), 807-828, 2007
6112007
Knowledge acquisition, network reliance, and early‐stage technology venture outcomes
DM Sullivan, MR Marvel
Journal of Management Studies 48 (6), 1169-1193, 2011
2012011
Human capital and entrepreneurship research: A critical review and future directions
MR Marvel, JL Davis, CR Sproul
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 40 (3), 599-626, 2016
1982016
Examining the technical corporate entrepreneurs’ motivation: voices from the field
MR Marvel, A Griffin, J Hebda, B Vojak
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 31 (5), 753-768, 2007
1432007
Human capital and search‐based discovery: A study of high‐tech entrepreneurship
MR Marvel
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 37 (2), 403-419, 2013
1332013
Revisiting the entrepreneur gender–performance relationship: A firm perspective
IH Lee, MR Marvel
Small Business Economics 42 (4), 769-786, 2014
802014
How entrepreneurs' knowledge and network ties relate to the number of employees in new SMEs
D Sullivan, M Marvel
Journal of Small Business Management 49 (2), 185-206, 2011
752011
The moderating effects of home region orientation on R&D investment and international SME performance: Lessons from Korea
IH Lee, MR Marvel
European Management Journal 27 (5), 316-326, 2009
682009
Prior tacit knowledge and first-year sales: Learning from technology entrepreneurs
MR Marvel, S Droege
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development 17 (1), 32-44, 2010
322010
Knowledge acquisition asymmetries and innovation radicalness
M Marvel
Journal of Small Business Management 50 (3), 447-468, 2012
242012
Process mechanisms of institutional entrepreneurship
SB Droege, MR Marvel
Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship 15 (02), 205-230, 2010
192010
The Entrepreneurship Education Imperative: Introducing EE&P
E Liguori, C Winkler, D Winkel, MR Marvel, JK Keels, M van Gelderen, ...
Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy 1 (1), 5-7, 2018
182018
Entrepreneur gender and firm innovation activity: A multilevel perspective
MR Marvel, IHI Lee, MT Wolfe
IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management 62 (4), 558-567, 2015
182015
Encyclopedia of new venture management
MR Marvel
Sage, 2012
182012
The role of emotional intelligence in environmental scanning behavior: A cross-cultural study
MA Rahim, MR Marvel
Academy of Strategic Management Journal 10 (2), 83, 2011
172011
Perceived strategic uncertainty and strategy formation in emerging markets
SB Droege, MR Marvel
Journal of Small Business Strategy 20 (2), 43-60, 2009
152009
The opportunity-based approach to entrepreneurial discovery research
PJ Murphy, MR Marvel
Current topics in management 12, 169-191, 2007
152007
Analysis of the integration of skill standards into community college curriculum.
SR Aragon, HJ Woo, MR Marvel
National Research Center for Career and Technical Education, 2004
132004
The role of skill standards in the development, implementation, and assessment of community college curriculum
SR Aragon, HJ Woo, MR Marvel
Journal of Career and Technical Education 21 (2), 2005
112005
A gender‐aware study of self‐leadership strategies among high‐growth entrepreneurs
BL Bendell, DM Sullivan, MR Marvel
Journal of Small Business Management 57 (1), 110-130, 2019
102019
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