Mine Karatas-Ozkan
Mine Karatas-Ozkan
Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, University of Southampton
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Social entrepreneurship and enterprise: International and innovation perspectives
E Chell, K Nicolopoulou, M Karataş-Özkan
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 22 (6), 485-493, 2010
Entrepreneurial practices in research-intensive and teaching-led universities
M Abreu, P Demirel, V Grinevich, M Karataş-Özkan
Small business economics 47, 695-717, 2016
Understanding relational qualities of entrepreneurial learning: Towards a multi-layered approach
M Karataş-Özkan
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 23 (9-10), 877-906, 2011
An incubation perspective on social innovation: the London Hub–a social incubator
K Nicolopoulou, M Karataş‐Özkan, C Vas, M Nouman
R&D Management 47 (3), 368-384, 2017
Understanding entrepreneurship: Challenging dominant perspectives and theorizing entrepreneurship through new postpositivist epistemologies
M Karatas‐Ozkan, AR Anderson, A Fayolle, J Howells, R Condor
Journal of Small Business Management 52 (4), 589-593, 2014
Critical theorist, postmodernist and social constructionist paradigms in organizational analysis: A paradigmatic review of organizational learning literature
M Karataş‐Özkan, WD Murphy
International Journal of Management Reviews 12 (4), 453-465, 2010
Green entrepreneurship in the sharing economy: Utilising multiplicity of institutional logics
V Grinevich, F Huber, M Karataş-Özkan, Ç Yavuz
Small Business Economics 52, 859-876, 2019
Nascent entrepreneurship and learning
M Karataş-Özkan, E Chell
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2010
Gender inequalities in academic innovation and enterprise: a Bourdieuian analysis
M Karataş‐Özkan, E Chell
British Journal of Management 26 (1), 109-125, 2015
Diffusion of sustainability and CSR discourse in hospitality industry: Dynamics of local context
B Ertuna, M Karatas-Ozkan, S Yamak
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 31 (6), 2564-2581, 2019
University management and organisational change: a dynamic institutional perspective
JRL Howells, M Karataş-Özkan, Ç Yavuz, M Atiq
Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 7 (2), 251-270, 2014
Women in Turkish family businesses: Drivers, contributions and challenges
M Karataş-Özkan, A Erdoğan, K Nicolopoulou
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 11 (2), 203-219, 2011
The process of choosing a management career: Evaluation of gender and contextual dynamics in a comparative study of six countries: Hungary, Israel, North Cyprus, Turkey, UK and …
C Tanova, M Karataş‐Özkan, G İnal
Career development international 13 (4), 291-305, 2008
Handbook of research on small business and entrepreneurship
E Chell, M Karataş-Özkan
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014
Measuring impact and creating change: A comparison of the main methods for social enterprises
F Perrini, LA Costanzo, M Karatas-Ozkan
Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society 21 (2 …, 2021
Social entrepreneurship education: Policy, core themes, and developmental competencies
E Chell, M Karatas-Ozkan, K Nicolopoulou
International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education 5 (282), 143-162, 2007
Pierre Bourdieu, organization, and management
A Tatli, M Ozbilgin, M Karatas-Ozkan
Routledge, 2015
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: A developing country perspective
S Ibrahim, D Jamali, M Karatas-Ozkan
Social and sustainable enterprise: Changing the nature of business, 167-192, 2012
Questioning impact: interconnection between extra-organizational resources and agency of equality and diversity officers
A Tatli, K Nicolopoulou, M Özbilgin, M Karatas-Ozkan, MB Öztürk
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 26 (9), 1243-1258, 2015
Sustainable corporate entrepreneurship from a strategic corporate social responsibility perspective: Current research and future opportunities
M Atiq, M Karatas-Ozkan
The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 14 (1), 5-14, 2013
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