Siri Terjesen focuses on Corporate governance, Entrepreneurship, Gender diversity, Diversity and Business ethics. Her Corporate governance research includes elements of Legislation, Welfare state, Diversity, Public administration and Government. Her research in Entrepreneurship intersects with topics in Capital, Human capital, Microeconomics, Resource dependence theory and Competitor analysis.
Siri Terjesen combines subjects such as Context, Public relations, Senior management, Research question and Business case with her study of Gender diversity. Siri Terjesen works mostly in the field of Diversity, limiting it down to concerns involving Accounting and, occasionally, Return on assets, Robustness, Tobin's q, Independence and Estimation. Her study in Business ethics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic growth, Representation, Politics, Demographic economics and Research ethics.
Her primary scientific interests are in Entrepreneurship, Economic growth, Corporate governance, New Ventures and Public relations. Her Entrepreneurship study combines topics in areas such as Marketing, Labour economics, Investment and Human capital. Her Economic growth research integrates issues from Industrial relations, Development economics and Quality.
Her study explores the link between Corporate governance and topics such as Legislation that cross with problems in Comply or explain. Her studies deal with areas such as Internationalization and Social capital as well as New Ventures. She interconnects Demographic economics and Diversity in the investigation of issues within Gender diversity.
Siri Terjesen mainly investigates Entrepreneurship, Corporate governance, Institutional theory, Demographic economics and Gender diversity. The concepts of her Entrepreneurship study are interwoven with issues in Economic growth, Quality and Field. Her Corporate governance study incorporates themes from Government, Consumer behaviour, Peer review, Empirical research and Return on assets.
Her Institutional theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Value, Robustness, Public policy and Institutionalisation. Her Demographic economics research incorporates elements of Representation, Norwegian, Endogeneity, Control and Earnings before interest and taxes. Her Gender diversity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Competition, Leverage, Institution and Diversity.
Her primary areas of study are Corporate governance, Empirical research, Sample, Demographic economics and Social entrepreneurship. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Specification, Public economics, Knowledge management, Peer review and Return on assets. Her Empirical research research includes themes of Incentive and Government.
You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Institutionalisation, Robustness, Gender diversity, Public policy and Emergency contraception, in her Sample studies. Siri Terjesen has researched Demographic economics in several fields, including Representation, Norwegian, Endogeneity, Control and Earnings before interest and taxes. Her research integrates issues of Social business, Corporate social responsibility, Public relations, Added value and Modernization theory in her study of Social entrepreneurship.
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Women Directors on Corporate Boards: A Review and Research Agenda
Siri Terjesen;Ruth Sealy;Val Singh.
Corporate Governance: An International Review (2009)
Newly appointed directors in the boardroom:: How do women and men differ?
Val Singh;Siri Terjesen;Susan Vinnicombe.
European Management Journal (2008)
Designing a global standardized methodology for measuring social entrepreneurship activity: the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor social entrepreneurship study
Jan Lepoutre;Rachida Justo;Siri Terjesen;Niels Bosma.
Small Business Economics (2013)
Female Presence on Corporate Boards: A Multi-Country Study of Environmental Context
Siri Terjesen;Val Singh.
Journal of Business Ethics (2008)
Does the presence of independent and female directors impact firm performance? A multi-country study of board diversity
Siri Terjesen;Siri Terjesen;Eduardo Barbosa Couto;Paulo Morais Francisco.
Journal of Management & Governance (2016)
Legislating a Woman's Seat on the Board: Institutional Factors Driving Gender Quotas for Boards of Directors
Siri Terjesen;Siri Terjesen;Ruth V. Aguilera;Ruth V. Aguilera;Ruth Lorenz.
Journal of Business Ethics (2015)
Comparative International Entrepreneurship A Review and Research Agenda
Siri Terjesen;Jolanda Hessels;Dan Li.
Journal of Management (2016)
Resource dependency and institutional theory perspectives on direct and indirect export choices
Jolanda Hessels;Siri Terjesen;Siri Terjesen.
Small Business Economics (2010)
Transnational Entrepreneurs' Venture Internationalization Strategies: A Practice Theory Approach
Siri Terjesen;Amanda Elam.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2009)
Enhancing effects of manufacturing flexibility through operational absorptive capacity and operational ambidexterity
Pankaj C. Patel;Siri Terjesen;Dan Li.
Journal of Operations Management (2012)
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