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Tullar, W., & Welsh, D.H.B. (2019). Reality Check: Changes in business students’ psychological resources as they move toward graduation. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business. (in press). Impact Factor 26 H Index, CABS 3.
McNally, J.J., Piperopoulos, P., Welsh, D.H.B., Mengel, T., Tantawy, M., & Papageorgiadis, N. (2019). Assessing the impact of social entrepreneurship course syllabi on the Millennial learner. Journal of Small Business Management (in press). DOI: 10.1080/00472778.2019.1677059 ISSN #1540-627X Impact factor 3.12 (2018), CABS 3.
Kaciak, E., & Welsh, D.H.B. (2019). Women entrepreneurs and work-life interface: The impact of sustainable economies on success. Journal of Business Research (in press). DOI: 10.1016/j.jbusres.2019.11.073 Impact Factor 4.028 (2018), CABS 3.
Welsh, D.H.B., Ponroy, J.V., & Niemand, T. (2019). Advancing family business studies: Beginning evidence on the use of Psychological Capital (PsyCap) and creativity. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business (in press). Impact Factor, 26 H, CABS 3.
Welsh, D.H.B., Kaciak, E., & Shamah, R. (2018). Determinants of women entrepreneurs’ firm performance in a hostile environment. Journal of Business Research, 88, 481-491. Impact Factor 2.129, CABS 3 DOI10.1016/j.jbusres.2017.12.015
Welsh, D.H.B., Kaciak, E., Memili, E., & Minialai, C. (2018). Business-family interface and the performance of women entrepreneurs: The moderating effect of economic development. International Journal of Emerging Markets, 13(2), 330-349. DOI 10.1108/IJoEM-03-2017-0095. (Emerald Literati Highly Commended Paper Award, 2019).
|Business-family interface and the performance of women entrepreneurs: The moderating effect of economic development||2018||Purpose:The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationships between women entrepreneurs’ firm performance and two dimensions (enrichment and interference) of the business-family interface (BFI) in the moderating context of the level of economic…|
|Growing and aging of entrepreneurial firms: Implications for job rotation and joint reward||2018||Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore whether job rotation strategies and joint reward systems are equally effective in encouraging cross-functional collaboration (CFC) under all organizational contexts, ranging from young and small firms …|
|Sustainability reporting and its implications for family firms||2018||This paper examines sustainability reporting as a global performance metric for the family business concerned with environmental sustainability. Examples of reporting requirements and widely employed reporting frameworks are provided, including consi…|
|Women’s entrepreneurship: A model of business-family interface and performance||2018||Recently, there are renewed calls to develop new models addressing the intricacies of women-owned businesses and the women that head them. A new conceptual model of women’s entrepreneurship that involves relationships between business-family-interfac…|
|Decision-making challenges of women entrepreneurs in the family business succession process||2017||The decision-making process concerning succession issues for family businesses is crucial as it affects long term performance and sustainability. However, while succession issues in family business has been extensively studied, the decision-making pr…|
|Entrepreneurial intentions of young women in the Arab world: Socio-cultural and educational barriers||2017||PurposeFemale entrepreneurship is a growing segment in the context of developing countries and has the potential to become a driving force for economic development. However, research suggests that females are less inclined toward entrepreneurship whe…|
|Internationalisation of publicly traded family firms: a transaction cost theory perspective and longitudinal analysis||2017||There has been a prominent stream of research investigating internationalisation of organisations. While the importance of transaction costs in the governance decisions of firms has been well established in the literature, transaction cost theory (TC…|
|Women entrepreneurs and family firm heterogeneity: Evidence from an emerging economy||2017||Family firms add to the economic and social well-being of countries. While research on heterogeneity of family firms is gaining momentum, it has mostly been gender-neutral. The study fills this gap by examining heterogeneity of family firms owned and…|
|Work-Family Balance and Marketing Capabilities as Determinants of Chinese Women Entrepreneurs’ Firm Performance||2017||The authors examine how work-family balance and marketing capabilities are related to Chinese women entrepreneurs’ firm performance. Drawing on the family embeddedness perspective, findings show that both factors are positively related to firm perfor…|
|An empirical analysis of the impact of family moral support on Turkish women entrepreneurs||2016||It is well documented that women entrepreneurs add exponential growth to the economic well-being of countries. The impact of family moral support on Turkish women entrepreneurs’ is examined including major challenges (i.e. personal problems and recog…|
|Entrepreneurship education: Process, method, or both?||2016||Transformative changes are happening in Higher Education Institutions worldwide in entrepreneurship education. These changes are conceptual as well as technological due to the upheaval in the global, social, political, and technological environment. …|
|The importance of the activities of innovation and knowledge in the economy: Welcome to the Journal of Innovation and Knowledge||2016||An editorial introduction to the Journal of Innovation and Knowledge.|
|Influence of stages of economic development on women entrepreneurs’ startups||2016||Women entrepreneurs add to the economic well-being of countries. This study examines whether stages of economic development (SEDs) influence women entrepreneurs similarly across national settings. This study approaches the environments in which women…|
|Successfully managing chain-wide change||2016||While decades ago innovative organizations were particularly known for their product innovations, nowadays this label is reserved for organizations that are able to adapt to changing landscapes by redesigning their business models. At the turn of the…|
|Validation of a measure of social entrepreneurship||2016||We first discuss the notion of social entrepreneurship and how it extends beyond its geopolitical confines. This includes the various definitions of being a social entrepreneur, mission, opportunities and challenges. While the field of social entrepr…|
|Website quality for SME wineries: Measurement insights||2016||PurposeThe study aims to offer a general review of website evaluation, with particular application to the winery tourism field. Automated website evaluation is explored as a complementary tool in the evaluation of small and medium enterprise (SME) wi…|