21st Century Entrepreneurship Research Fellow
Mentor Award, Entrepreneurship Division, Academy of Management
His primary areas of study are Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Social psychology, Action and Venture capital. His Entrepreneurship research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Strategic management, Small business, Order, Epistemology and Field. His study looks at the intersection of Small business and topics like Dynamism with Risk propensity and Contingency theory.
The various areas that he examines in his Marketing study include Microeconomics, Resource and Entrepreneurial orientation. His Entrepreneurial orientation research incorporates themes from Variance and Strategic orientation. His research in Action intersects with topics in Sustainable entrepreneurship and Perception.
Dean A. Shepherd spends much of his time researching Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Social psychology, Public relations and Venture capital. His specific area of interest is Entrepreneurship, where Dean A. Shepherd studies New Ventures. His study brings together the fields of Entrepreneurial orientation and Marketing.
Dean A. Shepherd regularly ties together related areas like Metacognition in his Social psychology studies. Many of his studies on Public relations apply to Entrepreneurial process as well. His Venture capital research includes themes of Microeconomics and Investment.
Dean A. Shepherd mainly investigates Entrepreneurship, Public relations, Field, Marketing and Action. Dean A. Shepherd focuses mostly in the field of Entrepreneurship, narrowing it down to topics relating to Conjoint analysis and, in certain cases, Venture capital. His studies in Field integrate themes in fields like Engineering ethics and Process.
His work carried out in the field of Process brings together such families of science as Order, Categorization and Investment. His work on Competitive advantage as part of general Marketing study is frequently linked to Test, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Action research includes elements of Social relation and Emergency management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Field, Process and Context. His Entrepreneurship research is mostly focused on the topic New Ventures. His Marketing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Process theory and Set.
He has researched Field in several fields, including Categorization, Order and Engineering ethics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Data science, Crisis management, Mindfulness and Environmental resource management. Dean A. Shepherd interconnects Experiential learning, Microeconomics, Attentional model and Creative problem-solving in the investigation of issues within Competitive advantage.
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Entrepreneurial orientation and small business performance : A Configurational Approach
Johan Wiklund;Johan Wiklund;Dean Shepherd;Dean Shepherd.
Journal of Business Venturing (2005)
Knowledge‐based resources, entrepreneurial orientation, and the performance of small and medium‐sized businesses
Johan Wiklund;Dean Shepherd.
Strategic Management Journal (2003)
Entrepreneurial Action And The Role Of Uncertainty In The Theory Of The Entrepreneur
Jeffery S. McMullen;Dean A. Shepherd.
Academy of Management Review (2006)
Entrepreneurial Orientation and Small Business Performance: A Configurational Approach
Dean Shepherd;Johan Wiklund.
Social Science Research Network (2005)
Entrepreneurship Research in Emergence: Past Trends and Future Directions:
Lowell W. Busenitz;G. Page West;Dean Shepherd;Teresa Nelson.
Journal of Management (2003)
Self-Employment as a Career Choice: Attitudes, Entrepreneurial Intentions, and Utility Maximization:
Evan J. Douglas;Dean A. Shepherd.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2002)
Aspiring for, and Achieving Growth: The Moderating Role of Resources and Opportunities*
Johan Wiklund;Dean A. Shepherd.
Journal of Management Studies (2003)
Prior Knowledge, Potential Financial Reward, and Opportunity Identification:
Dean A. Shepherd;Dawn R. DeTienne.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2005)
Building an integrative model of small business growth
Johan Wiklund;Holger Patzelt;Dean A. Shepherd.
Small Business Economics (2009)
A Hubris Theory of Entrepreneurship
Mathew L. A. Hayward;Dean A. Shepherd;Dale Griffin.
Management Science (2006)
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