The mission of the Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise Research Collective is to enhance knowledge of the transformational role the entrepreneurial process plays in bringing about social and economic value through/in:
- Start-up activity
- Corporate entrepreneurship and innovation
- Continuity practices in established family enterprises
- Social venturing
- Institutional contexts such as government, health service providers, and other non-for-profit settings.
Notable recent publications
Academic Articles 2017 - Forthcoming
- Craig, J. B., & Newbert, S. (2020). Reconsidering socioemotional wealth: A Smithian-inspired socio-economic theory of decision-making in the family firm. Journal of Family Business Strategy. Available online: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jfbs.2020.100353
- Diaz, V., Clinton, E., Kammerlander, N., Lumpkin, G. T., & Craig, J. B. (2020). Innovation motives in family firms: A transgenerational view. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 44(2), 256-287.
- Barrett, M., and Moores K., (2020). The what and how of family business paradox: Literature inspired distillations and directions. International Small Business Journal, 38(3), 154–183.
- Quinn, M., Hiebl, M. R. W., Moores, K., & Craig, J. B. (2018). Future research on management accounting and control in family firms: Suggestions linked to architecture, governance, entrepreneurship and stewardship. Journal of Management Control, 28(4), 529-546. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00187-018-0257-1
- Newbert, S., & Craig, J. B. (2017). Moving beyond socioemotional wealth: Toward a normative theory of decision-making in family business. Family Business Review, 30(4), 339-346.
- Neubaum, D. O., Dibrell, C., Thomas, C., & Craig, J. B. (2017). Stewardship climate scale: An assessment of reliability and validity. Family Business Review, 30(1), 37-60.
- Craig, J. B. (Forthcoming). All the same but different: Lenses to appreciate family enterprise heterogeneity. In A. Kaplan & B. Hauser (Eds.), The Life Cycle of a Family Business. London: Globe Law and Business.
- Craig, J. B. & Bowman, G. (Forthcoming). Kemin Industries: A sustainable future in focus. In Sharma & Sharma (Eds.), Sustainable Family Businesses Best Practice. Edward Elgar.
- Barrett, M., and Moores K. (Forthcoming). Diversity on family firm boards: A research agenda 2020-2030. In A. Calabro (Ed.), A Research Agenda for Family Business. A way ahead for the field. Edward Elgar.
- Moores, K., Parris, D., Newbert, S., & Craig, J. B. (2019). All the same but different: Understanding family enterprise heterogeneity. In E. Memili & C. Dibrell (Eds.), Palgrave Handbook of Family Enterprise Heterogeneity (pp. 557-588). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Craig, J. B., Lumpkin, T., & Meyer, M. (2019). Innovation Advantages of Family Firms: Navigating the trilemma of challenges. In G.M. D'Allura, Colli, A. & Goel, S. (Eds.), Family Firms and Institutional Contexts: Business models, innovation and competitive advantage (pp. 210-231). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
International Conference Presentations and Articles
- Craig, J. B. (2020). Are we in good hands? Building trust through planning. Swedish Family Business Network Magazine, August.
- Craig, J. B., Faherty, C. M., & Lumpkin, G. T. (2019). Addressing a millennial generation challenge: Learning from family firms how to establish clan controls to increase and reduce agency costs. Accepted for presentation at Babson Entrepreneurship Research Conference, June.
- Bacq, S., Lumpkin, G. T., & Craig, J. B. (2019). Family business, community embeddedness, and civic wealth creation. International Family Enterprise Research Academy (ifera) Conference, Italy, June.
Keynote Engagements 2020
- Justin B. Craig: The Tax Institute, 28th Noosa Tax Intensive, Thursday 12 November 2020. Keynote: Continuing differently: Building trust in decision-making teams.
- Justin B. Craig: 12th Annual America Empresarial Family Business Summit, Thursday 19 November 2020. Keynote: Are we in good hands? Building trust through planning.
Conference Papers Accepted for Presentation in 2021
- Craig, J. B., & Moores, K. The science of business: The enterprise as the epicentre of the Social Sciences. ACERE Conference, February.
- Jecklin, C. C. Towards a better understanding of trust building in family firms. ACERE Conference, February.
- Steinmeyer, A. Individual entrepreneurial archetypes: Concepts, configurations, and contexts. ACERE Conference, February.
- U’Ren, B. Learning Entrepreneurship: A GESTALT Approach. ACERE Conference, February.
Conference Papers Submitted for Consideration in 2021
- Jecklin, C. C., & Craig, J. B. Without trust you have nothing: Learning about trust from family enterprises. Babson Entrepreneurship Research Conference, June.
- Steinmeyer, A., & Craig, J. B. Individual entrepreneurial archetypes: Examining relationships among global entrepreneurial orientation, cognitive biases, heuristics and new value creation. Babson Entrepreneurship Research Conference, June.
- Craig, J.B., & Moores, K. The Science of Business, Elgar Publishing, Expected submission March 2021.
- Craig, J.B. The Continuity Canvas, Wiley Publishing, Expected submission June 2021.