Mentor Award, Entrepreneurship Division, Academy of Management
Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Entrepreneurial orientation, Dynamism and Small business are his primary areas of study. The Entrepreneurship study combines topics in areas such as Business administration, Positive economics, Strategic management, Empirical research and Conceptualization. His Marketing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Corporate governance, Industrial organization, Affect and Proactivity.
His Entrepreneurial orientation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economic progress, Strategic orientation, Body of knowledge, Variance and Resource. His Dynamism research includes elements of Team effectiveness, New Ventures, Team composition and Public relations. The various areas that Johan Wiklund examines in his Small business study include Expectancy theory, Commerce and Index.
Johan Wiklund mainly investigates Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Industrial organization, Entrepreneurial orientation and Artificial intelligence. His Entrepreneurship research includes themes of Small business, Empirical research, Business administration and Public relations. He has included themes like New Ventures and Dynamism in his Marketing study.
His Artificial intelligence study frequently links to related topics such as Computer vision. Sample and Demographic economics are two areas of study in which Johan Wiklund engages in interdisciplinary work.
Johan Wiklund focuses on Entrepreneurship, Public relations, Business studies, Knowledge management and Context. Johan Wiklund performs multidisciplinary studies into Entrepreneurship and Field in his work. Johan Wiklund has researched Knowledge management in several fields, including Process, Entrepreneurial learning and Perception.
His Process study incorporates themes from Order, Categorization, Investment and Variables. His work on Social cognitive theory, Affect and Self-efficacy as part of general Social psychology study is frequently linked to Reentry, bridging the gap between disciplines. His study focuses on the intersection of Self-employment and fields such as Clinical psychology with connections in the field of Entrepreneurial orientation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Entrepreneurship, Field, Context, Social psychology and Public relations. In the subject of general Entrepreneurship, his work in Self-employment is often linked to Reentry, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His research integrates issues of Subjective well-being and Scope in his study of Public relations.
His work in Business economics addresses subjects such as Commercialization, which are connected to disciplines such as Development theory, Organizational theory and Engineering ethics. His study in Impulsivity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cognitive psychology, Asset, Sensation seeking and Action. In the field of Economic growth, his study on Higher education overlaps with subjects such as Embeddedness.
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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 Orientation and Business Performance: An Assessment of Past Research and Suggestions for the Future
Andreas Rauch;Johan Wiklund;G.T. Lumpkin;Michael Frese.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2009)
The Sustainability of the Entrepreneurial Orientation—Performance Relationship:
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (1999)
Entrepreneurial Orientation and Small Business Performance: A Configurational Approach
Dean Shepherd;Johan Wiklund.
Social Science Research Network (2005)
Entrepreneurial Orientation, Risk Taking, and Performance in Family Firms
Lucia Naldi;Mattias Nordqvist;Karin Sjöberg;Johan Wiklund.
Family Business Review (2007)
Levels of Analysis in Entrepreneurship Research: Current Research Practice and Suggestions for the Future *
Per Davidsson;Johan Wiklund.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2001)
Aspiring for, and Achieving Growth: The Moderating Role of Resources and Opportunities*
Johan Wiklund;Dean A. Shepherd.
Journal of Management Studies (2003)
An operationalization of Stevenson's conceptualization of entrepreneurship as opportunity-based firm behavior
Terrence E. Brown;P. E. R. Davidsson;Johan Wiklund.
Strategic Management Journal (2001)
Building an integrative model of small business growth
Johan Wiklund;Holger Patzelt;Dean A. Shepherd.
Small Business Economics (2009)
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