Enterprise Development

Publications

Journal articles and papers

  • MUSTAFA, M. ... et al, 2016. Introduction to The role of context in understanding Asian family firms. International Journal of Management Practice, 9 (4), pp. 333-343.
  • DOLFSMA, W. and LEYDESDORFF, L., 2016. Universitaire en economische pieken (Academic and economic peaks). Economisch Statistische Berichten, 101 (4742), pp. 678-681.
  • DOLFSMA, W., Van der Eijk, R., Noseleit, F., Alons, K., 2016. De innovatiebronnen van kleine ondernemers (The sources of innovation in small businesses). Economisch Statistische Berichten, 101 (4736), pp. 410-412.
  • Dy, A.; Martin, L.; Marlow, S. (2016). Not as easy as it looks: Digital entrepreneurship, the great leveller?. Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference 2016. Track: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Realities: Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship Research. Awarded Best Paper in Track and Best Conference Paper.
  • Dy, A.; Marlow, S.; Martin, L. (2016). A Web of Opportunity or the Same Old Story?. Women Digital Entrepreneurs and Intersectionality Theory. Human Relations.
  • Aalbers, R., & Dolfsma, W., (2014). Innovation despite reorganization. Journal of Business Strategy, 35(3), 18-25.
  • Aalbers, H. L., Dolfsma, W., & Blinde-Leerentveld, R. (2014). Firm reorganization: social control or social contract?. Journal of Economic Issues, 48(2), 451-460.
  • Aalbers, R., Dolfsma, W., & Koppius, O. (2014). Rich ties and innovative knowledge transfer within a firm. British Journal of Management, 25(4), 833-848.
  • Bacon, N.; Wright, M.; Meuleman, M. & Scholes, L. (2012). The impact of private equity on management practices in European buyouts: short-termism and Anglo American effects", Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society, 51, 605–626.
  • Bacon, N., Wright, M., Scholes, L. & Meuleman, M. (2010). Assessing the Impact of private equity on industrial relations in Europe, Human Relations, 63(9), 1343-1370.
  • Carr, M., Charles, A., Dolfsma, W., McMaster, R., & Warnecke, T. (2015). Effective contributions to the review of social economy and social economics—Editorial. Review of Social Economy, 73(2), 139-145.
  • Dolfsma, W., & Eijk, R. (2015). Distances in organizations: innovation in an R&D lab. British Journal of Management, (forthcoming).
  • Dolfsma, W., & van der Velde, G. (2014). Industry innovativeness, firm size, and entrepreneurship: Schumpeter mark III?. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 24(4), 713-736.
  • Dy, A.; Martin, L.; Marlow, S. (2016). Not as easy as it looks: Digital entrepreneurship, the great leveller?. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Realities: Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship Research.
  • Dy, A.; Marlow, S.; Martin, L. (2016). A Web of Opportunity or the Same Old Story? Women Digital Entrepreneurs and Intersectionality Theory. Human Relations.
  • Leendert Aalbers, H., & Dolfsma, W. (2015). Bridging firm-internal boundaries for innovation. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 36(C), 97-115.
  • Li, Y.; Wright, M. & Scholes, L. (2010). Chinese management buyouts and board transformation, Journal of Business Ethics, 95(S2), 361-380.
  • Lockett, A., Wright, M., Burrows, A., Scholes L. & Paton, D. (2008). The export intensity of venture capital backed companies, Small Business Economics, 31(1), 39-58.
  • Martin, L. and Martinez Dy, A. (2012) Qualities and quantities: using philosophy to guide our research. Gifted and Talented International, 27(2): 33-35.
  • Martinez Dy, A., Martin, L., Marlow, M. (2014) Developing a critical realist approach to intersectionality, Journal of Critical Realism, 13(5): 447- 466.
  • McCarthy, K. J., & Dolfsma, W. (2014). Neutral media? Evidence of media bias and its economic impact. Review of Social Economy, 72(1), 42-54.
  • McCarthy, K. J., & Dolfsma, W. (2015). The Euro and its Impact on the number, size, performance and regional spread of European mergers and acquisitions. Regional Studies, (ahead-of-print), 1-16.
  • Meuleman, M., Amess, K., Wright, M. & Scholes, L. (2009). Agency, strategic entrepreneurship and the performance of private equity backed buyouts, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 33(1), 213-239.
  • Miller, D., Wright, M., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Scholes, L. (2015). Resources and innovation in family businesses: The Janus-face of family socio-emotional preferences, California Management Review, (forthcoming).
  • Richey, M., M.N. Ravishankar & Coupland, C. (2015) Exploring situationally inappropriate social media posts: an impression management perspective, Information Technology and People, (forthcoming)
  • Scholes, L. and Mustafa, M. & Chen S. (2015). Internationalisation of small family firms: The Influence of family from a socioemotional wealth perspective, Thunderbird International Business Review,(forthcoming).
  • Scholes, L., Westhead, P. & Burrows, A. (2008). Family firm succession: the management buy-out and buy-in routes, Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 15(1), 8. (Best paper award from Emerald Insight.)
  • Scholes, L. & Wilson, N. (2014). The importance of family Firm trusts in family firm governance. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 36(6), 1285-1293.
  • Scholes, L., Wright, M., Westhead, P. & Bruining, H. (2010). Strategic changes in family firms post-management buyout: Ownership and governance issues, International Small Business Journal, 28(5), 505-521.
  • Scholes, L., Wright, M., Westhead, P., Burrows, A. & Bruining, H. (2007). Information sharing, price negotiation and management buy-outs of private family-owned firms, Small Business Economics, 29(3), 329-349.
  • Weir, C., Wright, M. & Scholes, L., (2008). Public-to-private buy-outs, distress costs and private equity. Applied Financial Economics, 18(10), 801-819.
  • Wilson, N., Wright, M. Siegel, D. & Scholes, L. (2012). Private equity portfolio company performance during the global recession, Journal of Corporate Finance, 18(1), 193-205.
  • Wilson, N., Wright, M., & Scholes, L. (2013). Family business survival and the role of boards, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 37(6), 1369–1389.
  • Wright, M., Renneboog, L., Simons, T. & Scholes, L. (2006). Leveraged buy-outs in the UK and continental Europe: retrospect and prospect, Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 18(3), 38-55.

Books 

  • Dolfsma, W. & Aalbers, R. (2015) Innovation networks – managing the networked firm, London & New York: Routledge.
  • Dolfsma, W. and Kesting, S. (eds.) (2013) Interdisciplinary Economics: Kenneth E. Boulding’s Engagement in the Sciences. Routledge.
  • Dolfsma, W. & Davis, J.B. (eds.) (2015) The Elgar companion to social economics, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Marlow, S. and Martinez Dy, A. (forthcoming 2016). Women entrepreneurs and their ventures: complicating categories and contextualising gender, The Routledge Companion to Global Female Entrepreneurship. Eds. C. Henry, T. Nelson, and K. Lewis. Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Scholes, L. and Wright, M. (2009). Leverage Buy-outs and Recession, in QFINANCE: The Ultimate Resource, Bloomsbury Publications.
  • Scholes, L.; Wright, M.; Westhead, P.; Burrows, A.; Bruining, H. (2009), Information sharing, price negotiation and management buy-outs of private family-owned firms, in Private Equity and Management Buy-outs, eds. Wright M. and Bruining H., Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.
  • Wright, M., Li, Y. and Scholes, L. (2013). Management buyouts and board transformation in China’s transition economy, in Entrepreneurship, Finance, Governance and Ethics, eds D. Cumming et al. Springer.

Editorships

  • Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice, Wilfred Dolfsma, Associate Editor, 2012- present.
  • International Small Business Journal, Louise Scholes, Editorial board, 2014-present.
  • Journal of Organizational Change Management, Wilfred Dolfsma, Editorial board, 2015 – present.
  • Palgrave Communications, Wilfred Dolfsma, Editorial board, 2014- present.
  • Review of Social Economy (Routledge), Wilfred Dolfsma, Editor-in-Chief, 2005- present.