Phillip H. Kim
Phillip H. Kim
Professor, Entrepreneurship, Babson College
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Access (not) denied: The impact of financial, human, and cultural capital on entrepreneurial entry in the United States
PH Kim, HE Aldrich, LA Keister
Small Business Economics 27 (1), 5-22, 2006
Small worlds, infinite possibilities? How social networks affect entrepreneurial team formation and search
HE Aldrich, PH Kim
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 1 (1‐2), 147-165, 2007
Social capital and entrepreneurship
P Kim, H Aldrich
Now Publishers Inc, 2005
Practice makes perfect: Entrepreneurial-experience curves and venture performance
R Toft-Kehler, K Wennberg, PH Kim
Journal of Business Venturing 29 (4), 453-470, 2014
A life course perspective on occupational inheritance: Self-employed parents and their children
HE Aldrich, PH Kim
The sociology of entrepreneurship, 2007
Untapped riches of meso-level applications in multilevel entrepreneurship mechanisms
PH Kim, K Wennberg, G Croidieu
Academy of Management Perspectives 30 (3), 273-291, 2016
Injecting demand through spillovers: Foreign direct investment, domestic socio-political conditions, and host-country entrepreneurial activity
PH Kim, M Li
Journal of Business Venturing 29 (2), 210-231, 2014
Can you lend me a hand? Task-role alignment of social support for aspiring business owners
PH Kim, KC Longest, HE Aldrich
Work and occupations 40 (3), 213-249, 2013
Seeking assurances when taking action: Legal systems, social trust, and starting businesses in emerging economies
PH Kim, M Li
Organization Studies 35 (3), 359-391, 2014
If I were rich? The impact of financial and human capital on becoming a nascent entrepreneur
PH Kim, HE Aldrich, LA Keister
Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Atlanta, 2003
TMI: Signaling credible claims in crowdfunding campaign narratives
PH Kim, M Buffart, G Croidieu
Group & Organization Management 41 (6), 717-750, 2016
The tortoise versus the hare: Progress and business viability differences between conventional and leisure-based founders
PH Kim, KC Longest, S Lippmann
Journal of Business Venturing 30 (2), 185-204, 2015
Labor of love: Amateurs and lay-expertise legitimation in the early US radio field
G Croidieu, PH Kim
Administrative Science Quarterly 63 (1), 1-42, 2018
You can't leave your work behind: Employment experience and founding collaborations
PH Kim, KC Longest
Journal of Business Venturing 29 (6), 785-806, 2014
Handbook of research on new venture creation
K Hindle, K Klyver
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011
Gimme shelter or fade away: the impact of regional entrepreneurial ecosystem quality on venture survival
S Vedula, PH Kim
Industrial and Corporate Change 28 (4), 827-854, 2019
Conditional morality? Attitudes of religious individuals toward racial profiling
PH Kim
American Behavioral Scientist 47 (7), 879-895, 2004
Experience and signaling value in technology licensing contract payment structures
R Kotha, P Crama, PH Kim
Academy of Management Journal 61 (4), 1307-1342, 2018
Teams that work together, stay together: resiliency of entrepreneurial teams
PH Kim, HE Aldrich
Babson College, Babson Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BKERC …, 2002
Hybrid strategies, dysfunctional competition, and new venture performance in transition economies
Y Du, PH Kim, HE Aldrich
Management and Organization Review 12 (3), 469-501, 2016
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