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- Management Insights. Gorman, Michael F. // Management Science;May2011, Vol. 57 Issue 5, piv
No abstract available.
- INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL RESEARCH FORUM--PUBLIC POLICY AND MANAGEMENT RESEARCH: FINDING THE COMMON GROUND. KOCHAN, THOMAS A.; GUILLEN, MAURO F.; HUNTER, LARRY W.; O'MAHONY, SIOBHAN // Academy of Management Journal;Dec2009, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p1088
An introduction is presented to the articles published in this issue.
- Is the Tendency to Engage in Entrepreneurship Genetic? Nicolaou, Nicos; Shane, Scott; Cherkas, Lynn; Hunkin, Janice; Spector, Tim D. // Management Science;Jan2008, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p167
We used quantitative genetics techniques to compare the entrepreneurial activity of 870 pairs of monozygotic (MZ) and 857 pairs of same-sex dizygotic (DZ) twins from the United Kingdom. We ran model-fitting analyses to estimate the genetic, shared environmental and nonshared environmental...
- Bureaucracy and Entrepreneurship: Workplace Effects on Entrepreneurial Entry. S�rensen, Jesper B. // Administrative Science Quarterly;Sep2007, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p387
Using a study of the relationship between bureaucratic work environments and individual rates of entrepreneurship, I revisit a fundamental premise of sociological approaches to entrepreneurship, namely, that the social context shapes the likelihood of entrepreneurial activity, above and beyond...
- OBTENCI�N DE UNA METODOLOG�A, COMO RESULTADO CIENT�FICO, EN INVESTIGACIONES SOBRE DIRECCI�N. Fern�ndez Sotelo, Adalberto // Saber, Ciencia y Libertas;ene-jul2011, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p119
Considering the fact that a significant share of the research on Management targets the design of methodologies to establish and generalize a logical sequence of actions as to a problem's solution and taking into account the researchers' broad approach spectrum with a predominant pragmatism in...
- Uncertainty rules. Baker, Andrew // New Scientist;11/24/2007, Vol. 196 Issue 2631, p22
The author discusses finding a way to live on our planet without destroying or using up its limited resources. He says that a key pillar of sustainable policy is the precautionary principle which states that if you want to do something that might harm the environment, and the science relating to...
- "I SHALL NOT REMAIN INSIGNIFICANT": ADDING A SECOND LOOP TO MATTER MORE. Vermeulen, Freek // Academy of Management Journal;Aug2007, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p754
An examination of how an individual working within the field of management research can increase the relevance of their work. The author notes that many scholars who work in the fields of research and writing find themselves working within a closed loop of communication, speaking with the same...
- Pfeffer Slips! Perrow, Charles // Academy of Management Review;Apr94, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p191
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article written by Jeff Pfeffer on the topic of management science and economics.
- Trust for science, technology & research focuses on protecting PR's research efforts. // Caribbean Business;9/16/2010, Vol. 38 Issue 36, pB6
The article offers information about the Puerto Rico Science, Technology & Research Trust which is an independent and nonprofit entity providing fund of science and technology research and the commercialization of research across Puerto Rico. Its unique structure serves as an alliance among...