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What’s in It for Me? Reciprocal Exchanges between Underwriters and Venture Capitalists

Illinois State University , USA 1 Virginia Commonwealth University , USA - Article 2 and Venture Capitalists Douglas R. Miller Tera L. Galloway Dustin Smith I has suggested that such interactions build ... About the Authors DOUGLAS R. MILLER () is an Assistant Professor of Management at Virginia Commonwealth University. His research areas include firm innovation and new venture founder commitment. His work

COGNITIVE SHORTCUTS AND NEW VENTURE TEAM FORMATION: UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT THAT CONTEXTUAL FACTORS HAVE ON FOUNDING VALUABLE TEAMS (SUMMARY)

Miller 4 Douglas R. Miller, University of North Carolina-Wilmington, USA David S. Noack, Weber State University, USA Kun Liu, Wayne State University , USA - Miller et al.: IMPACT THAT CONTEXTUAL FACTORS

UNDERSTANDING THE COMMITMENT OF NEW VENTURE FOUNDERS: DIGGING IN OR MOVING ON? (SUMMARY)

Centralized decision making in the new venture creates greater dependence on the lead founder and requires a high level of ongoing commitment to ensure that the new venture becomes established. Such commitment, though, is not engendered by tactical processes such as selecting a location, filing paperwork, or protecting intellectual property. As a result, a founder may lose...

CREATIVE DESTRUCTION: EVIDENCE FROM INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERINGS (INTERACTIVE PAPER)

Joseph Schumpeter coined the term “creative destruction” to characterize the impact of entrepreneurship and innovation on existing organizations. According to this perspective, creative destruction is driven by an entrepreneurial firm’s introduction of discontinuous technology. While the concept of creative destruction remains important to the field of entrepreneurship, empirical...

DETERMINANTS OF NEW VENTURE EQUITY DISTRIBUTION: UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL OWNERSHIP, UNCERTAINTY, AND SAMENESS (SUMMARY)

) Noack et al.: UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL OWNERSHIP Entr Epr En Eurial Chara Ct Eristi Cs  s u M M a r Y  David S. Noack, Washington State University, USA Douglas R. Miller, Washington

FOUNDING TEAM OWNERSHIP DISTRIBUTION: PERCEIVED JUSTICE AND COMMITMENT (INTERACTIVE PAPER)

. Miller, Washington State University, USA Nathan Neale, Washington State University, USA Arvin Sahaym, Washington State University, USA Jonathan D. Arthurs, Washington State University , USA David Noack