His primary areas of investigation include Marketing, Action, Scholarship, Social psychology and Strategic management. Jeffery S. McMullen interconnects Objectivity, Creativity and Public relations in the investigation of issues within Marketing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Institutional theory, Political economy, Economic freedom, Index of Economic Freedom and Industrial organization in addition to Action.
His Scholarship investigation overlaps with other areas such as Mental representation, Cognitive resource theory, Perspective, Social cognition and Additional research. His Social psychology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Perception. His Strategic management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Competitive advantage, Ignorance and Value.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Marketing, Social psychology, Action, Social entrepreneurship and Public relations. His Marketing research integrates issues from Hostility, Passion and Empirical research. His work carried out in the field of Social psychology brings together such families of science as Perception, Scholarship and Dilemma.
His work deals with themes such as Research design and Credibility, which intersect with Scholarship. He combines subjects such as Promotion, Regulatory focus theory and Ignorance with his study of Action. In the subject of general Social entrepreneurship, his work in Blended value is often linked to Compassion, Social issues, Prosocial behavior and Corporate social responsibility, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Jeffery S. McMullen mainly investigates Social psychology, Action, Public relations, Sensemaking and Space. Borrowing concepts from Fatal attraction, Jeffery S. McMullen weaves in ideas under Social psychology. His research in Action intersects with topics in Judgement, Positive economics and Escalation of commitment.
Jeffery S. McMullen studied Public relations and Production that intersect with Interpersonal interaction. His studies in Sensemaking integrate themes in fields like Psychology of religion and Process management. Space is connected with Maker movement, Sharing economy and Work in his study.
Pace, Scholarship, Empirical work, Quantitative theory and Field are his primary areas of study. Research design, Engineering ethics and Credibility are fields of study that intersect with his Pace study.
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Entrepreneurial Action And The Role Of Uncertainty In The Theory Of The Entrepreneur
Jeffery S. McMullen;Dean A. Shepherd.
Toward a theory of sustainable entrepreneurship: Reducing environmental degradation through entrepreneurial action
Thomas J. Dean;Jeffery S. McMullen.
Journal of Business Venturing (2007)
The Central Question in Entrepreneurial Cognition Research 2007
Ronald K. Mitchell;Lowell W. Busenitz;Barbara Bird;Connie Marie Gaglio.
Venturing for Others with Heart and Head: How Compassion Encourages Social Entrepreneurship
Toyah L. Miller;Matthew G. Grimes;Jeffery S. McMullen;Timothy J. Vogus.
Academy of Management Review (2012)
Time and the Entrepreneurial Journey: The Problems and Promise of Studying Entrepreneurship as a Process
Jeffery S. McMullen;Dimo Dimov.
Economic Freedom and the Motivation to Engage in Entrepreneurial Action
Jeffery S. McMullen;D. Ray Bagby;Leslie E. Palich.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2008)
The Cognitive Perspective in Entrepreneurship: An Agenda for Future Research
Denis A. Grégoire;Andrew C. Corbett;Jeffery S. McMullen.
Journal of Management Studies (2011)
An Opportunity for Me? The Role of Resources in Opportunity Evaluation Decisions
J. Michael Haynie;Dean A. Shepherd;Jeffery S. McMullen.
Journal of Management Studies (2009)
Strategic Entrepreneurs at Work: The Nature, Discovery, and Exploitation of Entrepreneurial Opportunities
Yosem E. Companys;Jeffery S. McMullen.
Small Business Economics (2007)
The formation of opportunity beliefs: overcoming ignorance and reducing doubt
Dean A. Shepherd;Jeffery S. McMullen;P. Devereaux Jennings.
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal (2007)
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