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
- Craig, J. B. & Bowman, G. (2020, Forthcoming) Kemin Industries:
- A sustainable future in focus. Sustainable Family Businesses Best Practice, Eds: Sharma and Sharma, Elgar Publishing.
- Moores, K., Parris, D., Newbert, S., & Craig, J. B. (2019).
- All the same but different: Understanding family enterprise heterogeneity. In Palgrave Handbook of Family Enterprise Heterogeneity, Editors: Esra Memili and Clay Dibrell, Palgrave Macmillan Publishing, 557-588.
- Diaz, V., Clinton, E., Kammerlander, N., Lumpkin, G. T., & Craig, J. B. (2019)
- Innovation motives in family firms: A transgenerational view. Forthcoming in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (Available online September 27, 2018; https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1042258718803051)
- Craig, J. B., Lumpkin, T., & Meyer, M. (2018).
- Innovation Advantages of Family Firms: Navigating the trilemma of challenges. In D'Allura, G.M. et al, Family Firms and Institutional Contexts: business models, innovation and competitive advantage (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019, Forthcoming)
- 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.