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See detailResilience and innovative work behaviours of entrepreneurs: The moderating role of gender
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Cesinger, Beate; Gundolf, Katherine et al

Scientific Conference (2019, June)

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See detailInnovative work behaviors of entrepreneurs: The role of resilience and satisfaction with life
Palmer, Carolin; Jaouen, Annabelle; Gundolf, Katherine et al

Scientific Conference (2019, May)

We examine the antecedents of entrepreneurs’ innovative work behavior through the prism of two personality variables: resilience and satisfaction with life. Based on a sample of 325 French entrepreneurs ... [more ▼]

We examine the antecedents of entrepreneurs’ innovative work behavior through the prism of two personality variables: resilience and satisfaction with life. Based on a sample of 325 French entrepreneurs, we find a direct effect of both variables. [less ▲]

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See detailAccess to Medical Technologies: Do Gender and Social Capital Matter?
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Gundolf, Katherine; Cesinger, Beate et al

in Management International = International Management = Gestión Internacional (2019), 23(2), 23-31

We explore the relationship between the characteristics of social capital, the speed of access to medical technologies and the role of gender in a private practice context. Our findings from a sample of ... [more ▼]

We explore the relationship between the characteristics of social capital, the speed of access to medical technologies and the role of gender in a private practice context. Our findings from a sample of 98 German private practitioners show that: (a) being a woman has an overall negative impact on the speed of access to medical technologies; (b) private practitioners with strong social network ties obtain quicker access to medical technologies than do those with weak ties; (c) men relying on their weak ties perform better than women who do so. In contrast, we observe that women relying on strong ties outperform their male counterparts in terms of speed of access to medical technologies. [less ▲]

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See detailGrowth intention and sales revenues growth in small business: The mediating effect of firm size growth
Cesinger, Beate; Gundolf, Katherine; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

in International Journal of Technology Management (2018), 78(3), 163-181

While the direct influence of growth intention on small business growth has been examined in entrepreneurship literature, little research distinguishes the different forms of growth and how they are ... [more ▼]

While the direct influence of growth intention on small business growth has been examined in entrepreneurship literature, little research distinguishes the different forms of growth and how they are interrelated. This article draws upon growth intention to examine whether firm size growth is the channel through which growth intention influences sales revenue growth. Results from the analysis of a dataset of 20,472 French new ventures reveal that: (1) growth intention has a positive impact on sales revenue growth; (2) firm size growth has a positive impact on sales revenue growth; and (3) firm size growth mediates the effect of growth intention on sales revenue growth. These findings show that firm size growth is a means to achieve sales revenue growth and not only a finality per se. [less ▲]

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See detailInnovations and sales growth in new ventures: The mediating effect of growth intention
Gundolf, Katherine; Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Cesinger, Beate

Scientific Conference (2017, May 11)

While the direct impact of innovation on growth has been examined in entrepreneurship literature, the underlying channels of influence have remained largely unexplored. This article draws upon Behavioral ... [more ▼]

While the direct impact of innovation on growth has been examined in entrepreneurship literature, the underlying channels of influence have remained largely unexplored. This article draws upon Behavioral Reasoning Theory to examine whether growth intention is the pathway through which product, process and organizational innovations influence venture growth or not. Results from the analysis of a dataset of 20,472 French new ventures reveal that: (1) product, process and organizational innovations have a positive impact on sales revenue growth; (2) growth intention has a positive impact on sales revenue growth; and (3) growth intention mediates the effects of product and organizational innovations on sales revenue growth. These findings have implications for a more balanced and nuanced view on how innovations impact new venture growth. [less ▲]

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See detailStrong ties, personality, and legitimacy of entrepreneurs: the case of private physicians
Gundolf, Katherine; Cesinger, Beate; Geraudel, Mickaël UL et al

in International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing (2017), 9(4), 346-372

Legitimacy is crucial for entrepreneurs. It is the cornerstone for creating relationships with stakeholders and mitigating resource constraints. But, other-referent legitimacy is also related to the ... [more ▼]

Legitimacy is crucial for entrepreneurs. It is the cornerstone for creating relationships with stakeholders and mitigating resource constraints. But, other-referent legitimacy is also related to the cognitive image of individual legitimacy. Drawing on the identity-based model of legitimacy, we argue that personality traits (big five) and social capital (strong ties) of entrepreneurs impact self-perceived legitimacy of entrepreneurs. Based on survey data of 98 German private physicians, this paper examines antecedents of self-perceived legitimacy towards two main stakeholders: patients and peers. We find that high levels of agreeableness stimulate self-perceived legitimacy towards patients and peers, whereas openness to experience solely influences physicians’ self-perceived legitimacy towards patients. In addition, our results highlight the contingent effect of personality traits by underlining the role of strong ties as moderator of the relationship between personality traits and the self-perceived legitimacy. By identifying these configurations we contribute to the literature on entrepreneurship with a refined perspective of antecedents of self-perceived legitimacy. Moreover, we give recommendations on how private physicians can benefit from two personality traits – agreeableness and openness to experience – and how they can manage weak and strong ties in order to diffuse their reputation. [less ▲]

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See detailInnovations and sales growth in new ventures: The mediating effect of growth intention
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Cesinger, Beate; Gundolf, Katherine

Scientific Conference (2016, August)

While the direct influence of innovation on growth has been examined in the entrepreneurship literature, the underlying channels of influence have remained largely unexplored. This article draws upon ... [more ▼]

While the direct influence of innovation on growth has been examined in the entrepreneurship literature, the underlying channels of influence have remained largely unexplored. This article draws upon behavioral reasoning theory to examine whether growth intention is the pathway through which product, process and organizational innovations influence venture growth. Results from the analysis of a dataset of 20,472 French new ventures reveal that: (1) product, process and organizational innovations have a positive impact on sales revenues growth; (2) growth intention has a positive impact on sales revenues growth; and (3) growth intention mediates the effects of innovations on sales revenues growth. These findings have implications for a more balanced and nuanced view on how innovations impact new venture growth. [less ▲]

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See detailStart-ups’ key to sales growth: the strength of growth intention and innovation
Cesinger, Beate; Gundolf, Katherine; Geraudel, Mickaël UL

Scientific Conference (2015)

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See detailPrivate practitioners’ access to technological resources: The role of social capital and conscientiousness
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Gundolf, Katherine; Cesinger, Beate

Scientific Conference (2015)

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See detailPrivate practitioners’ access to technological resources: The role of social capital and conscientiousness
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Gundolf, Katherine; Cesinger, Beate

Scientific Conference (2014)

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See detailPrivate practitioners’ access to technological resources: The role of social capital and conscientiousness
Geraudel, Mickaël UL; Gundolf, Katherine; Cesinger, Beate

Scientific Conference (2014)

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