Kim Klyver
Kim Klyver
Professor, University of Southern Denmark; Adjunct professor, University of Adelaide
Verified email at sam.sdu.dk
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Influence of social network structure on entrepreneurship participation—A study of 20 national cultures
K Klyver, K Hindle, D Meyer
International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal 4 (3), 331-347, 2008
2132008
Women's self-employment: An act of institutional (dis) integration? A multilevel, cross-country study
K Klyver, SL Nielsen, MR Evald
Journal of Business Venturing 28 (4), 474-488, 2013
1502013
Gender differences in entrepreneurial networking and participation
K Klyver, S Grant
International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 2010
1332010
Entrepreneurial network composition
K Klyver, S Terjesen
Women in Management Review, 2007
1242007
Shifting family involvement during the entrepreneurial process
K Klyver
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 2007
1142007
The changing importance of the strength of ties throughout the entrepreneurial process
MR Evald, KIM Klyver, SG Svendsen
Journal of Enterprising Culture 14 (01), 1-26, 2006
1052006
Networking and culture in entrepreneurship
K Klyver, D Foley
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 24 (7-8), 561-588, 2012
942012
An “informed” intent model: Incorporating human capital, social capital, and gender variables into the theoretical model of entrepreneurial intentions
K Hindle, K Klyver, DF Jennings
Understanding the entrepreneurial mind, 35-50, 2009
932009
Exploring the relationship between media coverage and participation in entrepreneurship: Initial global evidence and research implications
K Hindle, K Klyver
International entrepreneurship and management journal 3 (2), 217-242, 2007
842007
The role of social networks at different stages of business formation
K Klyver, K Hindle
Small Enterprise Research 15 (1), 22-38, 2007
792007
Entrepreneurship in theory and practice: Paradoxes in Play
SL Nielsen, K Klyver, MR Evald, T Bager
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017
772017
The effect of human capital, social capital, and perceptual values on nascent entrepreneurs’ export intentions
MR Evald, K Klyver, PR Christensen
Journal of International Entrepreneurship 9 (1), 1-19, 2011
642011
Management consultancy in small firms: how does interaction work?
PR Christensen, K Klyver
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 2006
622006
The context of social capital: A comparison of rural and urban entrepreneurs in Uganda
G Rooks, K Klyver, A Sserwanga
Entrepreneurship theory and Practice 40 (1), 111-130, 2016
592016
From resource access to use: Exploring the impact of resource combinations on nascent entrepreneurship
K Klyver, MT Schenkel
Journal of Small Business Management 51 (4), 539-556, 2013
572013
Gender differences in entrepreneurial networks: adding an alter perspective
K Klyver
Gender in Management: An International Journal, 2011
572011
How social network structure shapes entrepreneurial intentions
K Klyver, T Schøtt
Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research 1 (1), 3-19, 2011
562011
Four years on: Are the gazelles still running? A longitudinal study of firm performance after a period of rapid growth
M Senderovitz, K Klyver, P Steffens
International Small Business Journal 34 (4), 391-411, 2016
472016
Who will be an entrepreneur? How cultural mechanisms and social network structure together influence entrepreneurial participation
K Klyver, K Hindle, T Schøtt
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 2007
362007
No particular action needed? A necessary condition analysis of gestation activities and firm emergence
P Arenius, Y Engel, K Klyver
Journal of Business Venturing Insights 8, 87-92, 2017
302017
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