21st Century Entrepreneurship Research Fellow
Mentor Award, Entrepreneurship Division, Academy of Management
His scientific interests lie mostly in Venture capital, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Finance and Small business. Harry J. Sapienza has included themes like Business administration, Strategic fit and Value in his Entrepreneurship study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Multinational corporation, Initial public offering, Social venture capital and Portfolio in addition to Marketing.
Harry J. Sapienza has researched Finance in several fields, including Investment strategy and Investment. His Small business study deals with Industrial organization intersecting with Internationalization and International new venture. His study on Knowledge economy, Knowledge value chain and Knowledge acquisition is often connected to Knowledge base as part of broader study in Knowledge management.
His main research concerns Venture capital, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Finance and Social venture capital. The various areas that Harry J. Sapienza examines in his Venture capital study include Corporate governance, Investment, Portfolio, Valuation and Market economy. His Entrepreneurship research integrates issues from Knowledge management, Management, Internationalization and Public relations.
His study in Knowledge management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Competitive advantage and Set. His Internationalization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Globalization, Entrepreneurial orientation, Industrial organization and International new venture. His research integrates issues of Affect and Investment decisions in his study of Marketing.
Harry J. Sapienza mostly deals with Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Public relations, Venture capital and Finance. His Entrepreneurship research incorporates elements of Internationalization and Business ethics. His Internationalization study incorporates themes from Flexibility, Labour economics and Knowledge acquisition.
Harry J. Sapienza interconnects Demographic economics and Investment decisions in the investigation of issues within Marketing. His Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Strategic leadership, Strategic planning, Business ecosystem and Competence. His Venture capital research includes themes of Capital and Business model.
His primary areas of investigation include Entrepreneurship, Public relations, Finance, Strategic management and Knowledge acquisition. His study in the field of Business ethics also crosses realms of Key, Intersection and Social Welfare. His work on Social venture capital, Venture capital and Corporate governance as part of general Finance study is frequently linked to Board structure and Dysfunctional family, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Harry J. Sapienza combines subjects such as Capital employed, Means of production and Scope with his study of Venture capital. His studies deal with areas such as Goods and services, Cognitive dissonance, Resource-based view and Portfolio as well as Strategic management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Internationalization and Marketing.
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Effects of Age at Entry, Knowledge Intensity, and Imitability on International Growth
Erkko Autio;Harry J. Sapienza;James G. Almeida.
Academy of Management Journal (2000)
SOCIAL CAPITAL, KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION, AND KNOWLEDGE EXPLOITATION IN YOUNG TECHNOLOGY-BASED FIRMS
Helena Yli-Renko;Erkko Autio;Harry J. Sapienza.
Strategic Management Journal (2001)
Entrepreneurship and dynamic capabilities: A review, model and research agenda
Shaker A. Zahra;Harry J. Sapienza;Per Davidsson.
Journal of Management Studies (2006)
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)
Building Commitment, Attachment, and Trust in Strategic Decision-Making Teams: The Role of Procedural Justice
M. Audrey Korsgaard;David M. Schweiger;Harry J. Sapienza.
Academy of Management Journal (1995)
The Effects of Top Management Team Size and interaction Norms on Cognitive and Affective Conflict
Allen C. Amason;Harry J. Sapienza.
Journal of Management (1997)
Venture capitalist governance and value added in four countries
Harry J. Sapienza;Sophie Manigart;Wim Vermeir.
Journal of Business Venturing (1996)
The internationalization of new high-potential U.S. ventures: antecedents and outcomes
James M. Bloodgood;Harry J. Sapienza;James G. Almeida.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (1996)
When do venture capitalists add value
Harry J. Sapienza.
Journal of Business Venturing (1992)
Stakeholder management and corporate performance
Lee E. Preston;Harry J. Sapienza.
Journal of Behavioral Economics (1990)
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