2023 - Research.com Business and Management in Italy Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in Italy Leader Award
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Industrial organization, Knowledge management and Empirical research. The study incorporates disciplines such as New Ventures and Entrepreneurial orientation in addition to Marketing. As a part of the same scientific study, Sascha Kraus usually deals with the Entrepreneurial orientation, concentrating on Proactivity and frequently concerns with Competitive advantage.
Sascha Kraus combines subjects such as Citation analysis, Bibliometrics, Field and Innovation management with his study of Entrepreneurship. His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Internationalization, Business model and Time horizon. His Knowledge management study also includes
Sascha Kraus focuses on Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Industrial organization, Knowledge management and Entrepreneurial orientation. The various areas that Sascha Kraus examines in his Entrepreneurship study include Citation analysis, Strategic management, Field and Public relations. His Marketing study combines topics in areas such as Internationalization and Empirical research.
His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Business model, Coopetition and Competitor analysis. Sascha Kraus merges Knowledge management with Systematic review in his research. His work on Proactivity expands to the thematically related Entrepreneurial orientation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Entrepreneurship, Industrial organization, Knowledge management, Marketing and Business model. His primary area of study in Entrepreneurship is in the field of Entrepreneurial orientation. His work on Green innovation as part of general Industrial organization study is frequently linked to Sample, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Sascha Kraus interconnects Citation analysis, Bibliographic coupling, Workforce and Operationalization in the investigation of issues within Knowledge management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Multinational corporation, Social entrepreneurship, Corporate social responsibility and Task. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Bibliometrics and Business model.
Knowledge management, Business model, Entrepreneurship, Industrial organization and Sample are his primary areas of study. His work in the fields of Knowledge management, such as Open innovation, overlaps with other areas such as Key. His studies deal with areas such as Quality appraisal, Strengths and weaknesses and Field as well as Entrepreneurship.
His work deals with themes such as Competition, Coopetition and Environmental strategy, which intersect with Industrial organization. His Sample investigation overlaps with Qualitative comparative analysis, Marketing, Resource constraints, Ask price and Bootstrapping. Sascha Kraus has researched Marketing in several fields, including Market liquidity and Revenue.
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Entrepreneurial orientation and the business performance of SMEs: a quantitative study from the Netherlands
Sascha Kraus;Sascha Kraus;J. P. Coen Rigtering;Mathew Hughes;Vincent Hosman.
Coopetition: A systematic review, synthesis, and future research directions
Ricarda B. Bouncken;Johanna Gast;Sascha Kraus;Marcel Bogers.
Innovation in knowledge-intensive industries: The double-edged sword of coopetition
Ricarda B. Bouncken;Sascha Kraus.
The economics of COVID-19: initial empirical evidence on how family firms in five European countries cope with the corona crisis
Sascha Kraus;Thomas Clauss;Matthias Breier;Johanna Gast.
Entrepreneurial marketing: moving beyond marketing in new ventures
Sascha Kraus;Rainer Harms;Matthias Fink.
Predictors of COVID-19 voluntary compliance behaviors: An international investigation
Cory Clark;Andrés Davila;Maxime Regis;Sascha Kraus.
Implications of customer and entrepreneurial orientations for SME growth
Fabian Eggers;Sascha Kraus;Mathew Hughes;Sean Laraway.
Fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA) in entrepreneurship and innovation research – the rise of a method
Sascha Kraus;Domingo Ribeiro-Soriano;Miriam Schüssler.
The role of corporate social responsibility in strong sustainability
György Málovics;Noémi Nagypál Csigéné;Sascha Kraus.
Strategic planning in smaller enterprises – new empirical findings
Sascha Kraus;Rainer Harms;Erich J. Schwarz.
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