Research at the GCEI One particular goal of the GCEI-HSG is to generate new, scientific insights in the domains of entrepreneurship, family business and innovation. Thereby, we contribute to the international research community and create new knowledge for our practical and teaching activities. Latest Publications 2018 Antretter, T., Sirén, C., Grichnik, D. & Wincent, J. (2018). Business Angels and Their Co-Investment Networks: A Longitudinal Analysis of Angel Group Members' Portfolio Returns. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 39(1), [forthcoming]. Hsueh, J.W.-J. & Gomez-Solorzano, M. (forthcoming 2019). Social tie heterogeneity and firms' networking strategy. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. Bird, M. & Zellweger, T.M. (2018). Relational embeddedness and firm growth: Comparing spousal and sibling entrepreneurs. Organization Science 29(2), 264-283. Brinckmann, J., Dew, N., Grichnik, D., Mayer-Haug, K. & Read, S. (2018). Of Those Who Plan: A Meta-Analysis of the Relationship between Human Capital and Business Planning in SMEs. Long Range Planning, [forthcoming]. Burkhard, B., Siren, C. A., Van Essen, M., & Grichnik, D. (2018). A Meta-Analytic Approach to Understanding the Effects of CEO Overconfidence on Firm Performance. In Best Paper Proceedings of the 2018 Academy of Management (AOM) Meeting. Chicago, Illinois (USA): Academy of Management. Duran, P., Van Essen, M., Heugens, P., Kostova, T., & Peng, M. (forthcoming). The impact of institutions on the competitive advantage of publicly-listed family firms in emerging markets. Global Strategy Journal. Engelen, P-J. Heugens, P. P. M. A. R., Bailey, N., Turturea, R., & Van Essen, M. (forthcoming). Assessing the behavioral turn in IPO studies: Using meta-analysis to define new research directions. Long Range Planning. Markowska, M., Grichnik, D., Brinckmann, J. & Kapsa, D. (2018). Strategic Orientations of Nascent Entrepreneurs: Antecedents of Prediction an Risk Orientation. Small Business Economics, [forthcoming]. Palmié, M., Huerzeler, P., Grichnik, D., Keupp, M.M., & Gassmann, O. (forthcoming). Some principles are more equal than others: Promotion- vs. prevention-focused effectuation principles and their disparate relationships with entrepreneurial orientation. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/sej.1305 Tihany, L., Aguilera, R.V., Heugens, P., Van Essen, M., Sauerwald, S., & Duran, P. (forthcoming). A meta-analytic review of the antecedents and performance consequences of state ownership and political connections. Journal of Management. Van Essen, M., Sauerwald, S., Heugens, P., & Turturea, R. (forthcoming). Are all private benefits of control ineffective? Principal-principal benefits, external governance quality, and firm performance. Journal of Management Studies. Zellweger, T.M., Chrisman, J.J., Chua, J.H. & Steier, L. P. (forthcoming 2019). Social structures, social relationships, and family firms. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 2017 Arregle, J.L., Duran, P., Hitt, M.A., & van Essen, M. (2017). Why is family firms' internationalization unique? A meta‐analysis. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 41(5), 801-831. Bonakdar, A., Frankenberger, K., Bader, M.A., & Gassmann, O. (2017). Capturing value from business models: The role of formal and informal protection strategies. International Journal of Technology Management, 73(4), 151-175. Carney, M., Duran, P., van Essen, M., & Shapiro, D. (2017). Family firms, internationalization, and national competitiveness: Does family firm prevalence matter?. Journal of Family Business Strategy, 8(3), 123-136. Carney, M., van Essen, M., Estrin, S., & Shapiro, D. (2017). Business group prevalence and impact across countries and over time: What can we learn from the literature?. Multinational Business Review, 25(1), 52-76. Duran, P., Kostova, T., & van Essen, M. (2017). Political ideologies and internationalization of family firms in emerging markets: The case of Chile. Journal of World Business, 52(4), 474 - 488. Fang He, V., Sirén, C.A., Singh, S., Solomon, G., & von Krogh, G. (2017). Keep calm and carry on: Emotion regulation in entrepreneurs’ learning from failure. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, doi: 10.1111/etap.12273. Gassmann, O., Frankenberger, K., & Sauer, R. (2017). A primer on theoretically exploring the field of business model innovation. European Business Review [Forthcoming]. Neckebrouck, J., Schulze, W., & Zellweger, T.M. (2017). Are family firms good employers?. Academy of Management Journal, doi: 10.5465/amj.2016.076. Richards, M., Zellweger, T.M., & Gond, J.P. (2017). Maintaining moral legitimacy through worlds and words: An explanation of firms' investment in sustainability certification. Journal of Management Studies, 54(5), 676-710. Sirén, C.A., Hakala, H., Wincent, J., & Grichnik, D. (2017). Breaking the routines: Entrepreneurial orientation, strategic learning, firm size, and age. Long Range Planning, 50(2), 145-167. Stanley, L., Kellermanns, F.W., & Zellweger, T.M. (2017). Latent profile analysis: Understanding family firm profiles. Family Business Review, 30(1), 84-102. Süzeroğlu-Melchiors, S., Gassmann, O., & Palmié, M. (2017). Friend or foe? The effects of patent attorney use on filing strategy vis-a-vis the effects of firm experience. Management Decision, 55(6), 1122-1142. Winterhalter, S., Weiblen, T., Wecht, C.H., & Gassmann, O. (2017). Business model innovation processes in large corporations: Insights from BASF. Journal of Business Strategy, 38(2), 62-75. 2016 Altun, K., von Zedtwitz, M., & Dereli, T. (2016). Multi-issue negotiation in quality function deployment: Modified Even-Swaps in new product development. Computers and Industrial Engineering, 92, 31-49. Baierl, R., Anokhin, S., & Grichnik, D. (2016). Coopetition in corporate venture capital: The relationship between network attributes, corporate innovativeness, and financial performance. International Journal of Technology Management, 71(1-2), 58-80. Bird, M. & Wennberg, K. (2016). Why family matters: The impact of family resources on immigrant entrepreneurs' exit from entrepreneurship. Journal of Business Venturing, 31(6), 687-704. Corsi, S. & von Zedtwitz, M. (2016). Reverse innovation: A new world order for global innovation?. The European Business Review [Forthcoming]. Duran, P., Kammerlander, N., van Essen, M., & Zellweger, T.M. (2016). Doing more with less: Innovation input and output in family firms. Academy of Management Journal, 59(4), 1224-1264. Engelen, P.J., Lander, M.W., & van Essen, M. (2016). What determines crime rates? An empirical test of integrated economic and sociological theories of criminal behavior. The Social Science Journal, 53(2), 247-262. Hakala, H., Sirén, C.A., & Wincent, J. (2016). Entrepreneurial orientation and international new entry: The moderating role of autonomy and structures in subsidiaries. Journal of Small Business Management, 54(S1), 90-112. Hsueh, J.W.J. (2016). Governance structure and the credibility gap: Experimental evidence on family businesses’ sustainability reporting. Journal of Business Ethics, doi: 10.1007/s10551-016-3409-y. Lingens, B., Winterhalter, S., Krieg, L., & Gassmann, O. (2016). Archetypes and basic strategies of technology decisions: Understanding the likely impact of a new technology and the uncertainty associated with it can help managers determine the most efficient, effective approach to decision making. Research-Technology Management, 59(2), 36-46. Marano, V., Arregle, J.L., Hitt, M.A., Spadafora, E., & van Essen, M. (2016). Home country institutions and the internationalization-performance relationship: A meta-analytic review. Journal of Management, 42(5), 1075-1110. Nordström, C., Sirén, C.A., Thorgren, S., & Wincent, J. (2016). Passion in hybrid entrepreneurship: The impact of entrepreneurial teams and tenure. Baltic Journal of Management, 11(2), 167-186. Palmié, M., Lingens, B., & Gassmann, O. (2016). Towards an attention‐based view of technology decisions. R&D Management, 46(4), 781-796. Palmié, M., Zeschky, M., Winterhalter, S., Sauter, P.W., Haefner, N., & Gassmann, O. (2016). Coordination mechanisms for international innovation in SMEs: Effects on time-to-market and R&D task complexity as a moderator. Small Business Economics, 46(2), 273-294. Sauerwald, S., Van Oosterhout, J.H., & Van Essen, M. (2016). Expressive shareholder democracy: A multilevel study of shareholder dissent in 15 Western European countries. Journal of Management Studies, 53(4), 520-551. Sauerwald, S., van Oosterhout, J., van Essen, M., & Peng, M.W. (2016). Proxy advisors and shareholder dissent: A cross-country comparative study. Journal of Management, doi: 10.1177/0149206316675928. Schuhmacher, A., Gassmann, O., & Hinder, M. (2016). Changing R&D models in research-based pharmaceutical companies. Journal of Translational Medicine, 14, doi: 10.1186/s12967-016-0838-4. Schweitzer, F., Palmié, M., & Gassmann, O. (2016). Beyond listening: The distinct effects of proactive versus responsive customer orientation on the reduction of uncertainties at the fuzzy front end of innovation. R&D Management, doi: 10.1111/radm.12252. Sieger, P., Gruber, M., Fauchart, E., & Zellweger, T.M. (2016). Measuring the social identity of entrepreneurs: Scale development and international validation. Journal of Business Venturing, 31(5), 542-572. Thiess, D., Sieger, P. & Grichnik, D. (2016). Love hurts – How social relations in venture teams impede the performance benefits of human capital. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research [Forthcoming]. Thiess, D., Sirén, C.A., & Grichnik, D. (2016). How does heterogeneity in experience influence the performance of nascent venture teams?: Insights from the US PSED II study. Journal of Business Venturing Insights, 5, 55-62. Thorgren, S., Sirén, C.A., Nordström, C., & Wincent, J. (2016). Hybrid entrepreneurs' second-step choice: The nonlinear relationship between age and intention to enter full-time entrepreneurship. Journal of Business Venturing Insights, 5, 14-18. Zhu, A. Y., von Zedtwitz, M., Assimakopoulos, D., & Fernandes, K. (2016). The impact of organizational culture on Concurrent Engineering, Design-for-Safety, and product safety performance. International Journal of Production Economics, 176, 69-81.