Entrepreneurship, Public relations, Financial performance, Knowledge management and Absorptive capacity are his primary areas of study. His Entrepreneurship research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sociological research, Field and Commercialization. His Public relations research integrates issues from Information quality, Service level and Data science.
His research in Knowledge management intersects with topics in Construct, Business model, Competitive advantage and Organizational behavior. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social psychology, The Internet and Knowledge Search. His Absorptive capacity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Reciprocity and Portfolio.
Gerard George mainly focuses on Entrepreneurship, Knowledge management, Public relations, Marketing and Industrial organization. He has included themes like Economic growth, Management, Demographic economics and Commercialization in his Entrepreneurship study. His work on Absorptive capacity, Organizational learning and Dynamic capabilities as part of his general Knowledge management study is frequently connected to Work, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His Absorptive capacity research incorporates themes from Empirical evidence and Competitive advantage. While the research belongs to areas of Public relations, Gerard George spends his time largely on the problem of Risk management, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Private sector and Private sector involvement. The study incorporates disciplines such as Internationalization and Imitation in addition to Industrial organization.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Knowledge management, Public relations, Business model, Entrepreneurship and Embeddedness. The various areas that Gerard George examines in his Knowledge management study include Empirical evidence and Process. His Public relations research focuses on Inclusive innovation and how it connects with Social innovation and Scholarship.
His Business model study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cognitive science, Engineering management and Process management. His Entrepreneurship study incorporates themes from Engineering ethics and Environmental planning. The Embeddedness study combines topics in areas such as Phenomenon and Data science.
His primary areas of investigation include Entrepreneurship, Public relations, Knowledge management, Field and Engineering ethics. His study in Entrepreneurship is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Business model and Environmental planning. His research on Public relations frequently links to adjacent areas such as Innovation management.
His work in the fields of Knowledge management, such as Knowledge transfer and Absorptive capacity, intersects with other areas such as Work and Meta-analysis. His Field research includes themes of Institutional logic, Health care, Social identity theory, Face and Cognitive reframing. His Engineering ethics study often links to related topics such as International new venture.
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Absorptive Capacity: A Review, Reconceptualization, and Extension
Shaker A. Zahra;Gerard George.
Academy of Management Review (2002)
A Capabilities Perspective on the Effects of Early Internationalization on Firm Survival and Growth
Harry J. Sapienza;Erkko Autio;Gerard George;Shaker A. Zahra.
Academy of Management Review (2006)
National Culture and Entrepreneurship : A Review of Behavioral Research:
James C. Hayton;Gerard George;Shaker A. Zahra.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2002)
The Business Model in Practice and its Implications for Entrepreneurship Research
Gerard George;Adam J. Bock.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2011)
International Entrepreneurship: The Current Status of the Field and Future Research Agenda
Shaker A. Zahra;Gerard George.
Slack Resources and the Performance of Privately Held Firms
Academy of Management Journal (2005)
Big Data and Management
Gerard George;Martine R. Haas;Alex Pentland.
Academy of Management Journal (2014)
The effects of business–university alliances on innovative output and financial performance: a study of publicly traded biotechnology companies
Gerard George;Shaker A Zahra;D.Robley Wood.
Journal of Business Venturing (2002)
Innovation for Inclusive Growth: Towards a Theoretical Framework and a Research Agenda
Gerard George;Anita M. McGahan;Jaideep Prabhu.
Journal of Management Studies (2012)
Academics or Entrepreneurs? Investigating Role Identity Modification of University Scientists involved in Commercialization Activity
Sanjay Jain;Gerard George;Mark Maltarich.
Research Policy (2009)
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