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The Resource Complexity in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology Research : Applications of Emergent and Neglected Methods

Complexity in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology Research : Applications of Emergent and Neglected Methods

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Complexity in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology Research : Applications of Emergent and Neglected Methods
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Complexity in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology Research
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Applications of Emergent and Neglected Methods
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FGF Studies in Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Complexity in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology Research : Applications of Emergent and Neglected Methods
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  • "About the FGF Studies in Small Business and Entrepreneurship" -- "Contents" -- "List of Contributors" -- "The Challenge of Dealing with Complexity in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology Research: An Introduction" -- "1 Defining Complexity" -- "2 Complexity and Interdependencies in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology Research" -- "3 The Need for New Research Methods" -- "4 Goals and Structure of this Volume" -- "References" -- "Part I: Methodological and Conceptual Discussion" -- "Using Mixed-Methods Designs to Capture the Essence of Complexity in the Entrepreneurship Research: An Introductory Essay and a..." -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Entrepreneurship and Complexity: An Overview" -- "2.1 History of the Entrepreneurship as a Field of Scientific Inquiry" -- "2.2 Complex Systems and the Science of Complexity" -- "2.3 General Attributes of Complex Systems" -- "2.4 Elements of Complex Systems in Social Sciences" -- "2.5 Complexity in Entrepreneurship" -- "3 Research on Complexity in Entrepreneurship: Mono-Method Versus Mixed Methods Designs" -- "3.1 Pragmatic Paradigm and Mixed-Methods Design" -- "4 Mixed Methods and Complexity in Entrepreneurship: A Research Agenda and a Guiding Framework" -- "4.1 Mixed Methods, Hierarchies and Decomposability" -- "4.2 Mixed Methods and Agents with Schemas" -- "4.3 Mixed Methods and Networks of Positive Feedback Loops" -- "4.4 Mixed Methods and Order at the Edge of Chaos" -- "4.5 Mixed Methods and Evolution by Recombination" -- "4.6 Towards an Organizing Framework" -- "4.7 Final Thoughts on the Framework" -- "5 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Applying Mixed Methods in Entrepreneurship to Address the Complex Interplay of Structure and Agency in Networks: A Focus on th..." -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Relevance and Gaps of Network Approaches in Entrepreneurship"
  • "3 Qualitative Approaches to Network Studies in Entrepreneurship Research" -- "3.1 Contribution of Qualitative Approaches in Network Studies" -- "3.2 Relevance of Qualitative Approaches to Networks Studies in Entrepreneurship" -- "4 Fields of Application and Examples of Qualitative Network Approaches" -- "5 Mixed Methods for Network Studies in Entrepreneurship Research" -- "5.1 Mixed Methods and Their Contribution to Network Studies" -- "5.2 Application and Examples of Mixed Methods Research in Network Studies" -- "5.2.1 Sequential Design" -- "5.2.2 Embedded Design" -- "5.2.3 Parallel Design" -- "5.2.4 Fully Integrated Design" -- "5.2.5 Conversion Design" -- "5.3 Applying Mixed Methods in Network Studies: Advice and Disadvantages" -- "6 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Complexity, Cultural Evolution, and the Discovery and Creation of (Social) Entrepreneurial Opportunities: Exploring a Memetic ..." -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Memes and (Cultural) Schemata" -- "3 Memes and Creativity" -- "4 The Meme(plex) of Social Entrepreneurship" -- "5 Managerial Implications" -- "6 Conclusion and Outlook" -- "References" -- "Complexity and Entrepreneurship: Modeling the Process of Entrepreneurship Education with the Theory of Synergetics" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 The Triad of Entrepreneurship, Education and Complexity" -- "2.1 Entrepreneurship" -- "2.2 Education" -- "2.3 Complexity" -- "3 Theory of Synergetics" -- "4 Synergetics and Entrepreneurship Education" -- "4.1 Control Parameters" -- "4.1.1 Control Parameters for Knowledge" -- "4.1.2 Control Parameters for Motivation" -- "4.1.3 Control Parameters for Resources" -- "4.2 The Microscopic Level" -- "4.3 Macroscopic Level/Order Parameter" -- "4.4 Constraints" -- "4.5 Environment" -- "4.6 The Process" -- "5 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Computer Simulation Studies of the Entrepreneurial Market Process"
  • "1 Introduction: Simulation as a Method for the Study of Complex Social Systems" -- "2 Searching for a Modeling Framework" -- "3 Game Theory and the Value Capture Model" -- "4 A Cooperative Game Simulation Approach to the Market Process" -- "5 Implementation of Simulation Framework" -- "6 Study 1: The Returns to Creation and Discovery" -- "7 Study 2: Equilibration and Disequilibration Effects of Creation and Discovery" -- "8 Study 3: The Returns to Bargaining Ability in the Kirznerian Market Process" -- "9 Lessons Learned from Studying the Entrepreneurial Market Process with Simulation" -- "9.1 Strengths of the Simulation Approach" -- "9.2 Weaknesses of the Simulation Approach" -- "10 Conclusion: Austrian-Flavored Simulations" -- "Appendix: Overview of the Littlechild Model" -- "References" -- "Analyzing Complex Organizational Arguments with Logical Model Building" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Application Domains" -- "3 Automated Theorem Generation" -- "4 Hints and Tricks for Model Building" -- "5 Applying Different Logical Systems" -- "5.1 Going Beyond or Staying with First-Order Logic?" -- "5.2 Second-Order Logics" -- "5.3 Modal Logics" -- "5.4 Non-monotonic Logics" -- "6 Concluding Remarks" -- "References" -- "Part II: Qualitative Methods" -- "Exploring Complex Phenomena with Qualitative Research Methods: An Examination of Strategic Innovation Trajectories in Haute Cu..." -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Key Challenges of Examining Complex Phenomena" -- "3 Using Qualitative Research Methods to Examine Complex Phenomena" -- "4 An Examination of Strategic Innovation Trajectories in Haute Cuisine" -- "4.1 Strategic Innovation Trajectories in Haute Cuisine as a Complex Phenomenon" -- "4.2 Data" -- "4.3 Findings" -- "4.3.1 Trajectory A: Past-Oriented" -- "4.3.2 Trajectory B: Past-Present-Future-Oriented" -- "4.3.3 Trajectory C: Future-Oriented"
  • "5 Discussion and Conclusion" -- "5.1 Making the Case for Qualitative Methods in Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Technology Research" -- "5.2 Proposing a Systematic Analytical Approach to Explore Complex Phenomena Based on Qualitative Data" -- "5.3 Illustrating the Use of the Analytical Approach in the Haute Cuisine Context" -- "References" -- "Effectuation and the Think-Aloud Method for Investigating Entrepreneurial Decision Making" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 The Need for a Grounded Theory of Entrepreneurial Decision Making" -- "3 Effectuation and Its Methods: A Legacy and a Potential" -- "4 Methods for Effectuation Research: A Discussion and an Illustration" -- "4.1 Presenting the Scope and Aim of the Illustrative Study" -- "4.2 The Think-Aloud Method" -- "4.3 The Sample Size" -- "4.4 The Elicitation Tool" -- "4.5 Preparation of Observers and Implementation" -- "4.6 Protocol and Content Analysis" -- "4.7 Hypothesis Testing: The Role of Gender in the Effectual Framework" -- "5 Potential Versus Criticalities of the Effectuation Approach" -- "References" -- "Applying Factorial Surveys for Analyzing Complex, Morally Challenging and Sensitive Topics in Entrepreneurship Research: The C..." -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Ethical Decision-Making in Entrepreneurship" -- "3 Methodological Approaches in Entrepreneurial Ethics Research" -- "4 The Vignette Based Factorial Survey" -- "5 Application of Vignette Based Factorial Surveys" -- "6 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Illustrating Complexity in the Brand Management of Family Firms" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Current Stage of Research" -- "2.1 Family Firms and SMEs" -- "2.2 Brand" -- "2.3 Brands and Family Firms" -- "2.4 Complexity in Brand Management of Family Firms" -- "3 Research Questions" -- "4 Methodological Procedure" -- "4.1 Qualitative Research" -- "4.2 Guidelines for the Interviews"
  • "4.3 Sample of the Firms and Limitations" -- "4.4 Evaluation of the Interviews" -- "5 Results of the Interviews" -- "5.1 Brand Identity" -- "5.2 Brand Image" -- "5.3 Entrepreneurial Family" -- "6 Development of the M̀̀arkencloudÂÁ̂"́ -- "7 Discussing the Research Questions" -- "7.1 What Does Brand Identity Mean in Family Firms?" -- "7.2 How Can Complexity Be Illustrated in a Family FirmÂś Brand Management?" -- "7.3 Implications for Further Research" -- "References" -- "A Systematic Approach to Business Modeling Based on the Value Delivery Modeling Language" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Background" -- "2.1 Value Delivery Modeling Language" -- "2.2 Ontology Building" -- "3 Value Delivery Architecture Modeling" -- "3.1 VDML Elements" -- "3.2 Ontology Building in VDAM" -- "3.3 Modeling of the Overall Value Creation and Delivery in a Domain" -- "3.4 The Value Delivery Architecture Modeling Framework" -- "4 The Case of Fast Charging Infrastructure in Germany" -- "4.1 Interviews and Qualitative Data Analysis" -- "4.2 Modeling of Experts ́Individual Perspective" -- "4.3 Frame of Reference for the Value Creation Network" -- "4.4 Positioning of Companies in the Frame of Reference" -- "4.5 Analysis of Value Creation and Existing Business Models" -- "4.5.1 Analysis of Roles in the Value Creation Network" -- "4.5.2 Analysis of the Competitiveness or Complementarity of Roles" -- "4.5.3 Analysis and Comparison of the Positioning of Companies with the Same Industry Background" -- "4.5.4 Analysis and Comparison of the Positioning of All Companies" -- "5 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Action Research as a Viable Methodology in Entrepreneurship Research" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 What Is Action Research?" -- "2.1 The Origins" -- "2.2 Constituting Elements of AR" -- "3 Why Action Research in Entrepreneurship Research?" -- "3.1 EntrepreneurshipÂś Next Act"
  • "3.2 Rising Recognition of the Value of AR"
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