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Alejandro Amezcua
Alejandro Amezcua
Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, Syracuse University
Verified email at syr.edu
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Entrepreneurial processes in social contexts: how are they different, if at all?
GT Lumpkin, TW Moss, DM Gras, S Kato, AS Amezcua
Small Business Economics 40, 761-783, 2013
7512013
The collaborative public manager: New ideas for the twenty-first century
B Gazley, M McGuire, M Tschirhart, A Amezcua, A Anker, R Fleishman, ...
Georgetown University Press, 2009
5892009
Organizational sponsorship and founding environments: A contingency view on the survival of business-incubated firms, 1994–2007
AS Amezcua, MG Grimes, SW Bradley, J Wiklund
Academy of management journal 56 (6), 1628-1654, 2013
4812013
Supporting entrepreneurs: A systematic review of literature and an agenda for research
T Ratinho, A Amezcua, B Honig, Z Zeng
Technological forecasting and social change 154, 119956, 2020
1252020
Boon or Boondoggle? Business incubation as entrepreneurship policy
AS Amezcua
Syracuse University, 2010
922010
Business failure and institutions in entrepreneurship: A systematic review and research agenda
CK Lee, J Wiklund, A Amezcua, TJ Bae, A Palubinskas
Small Business Economics 58 (4), 1997-2023, 2022
562022
Organizational sponsorship and the economics of place: How regional urbanization and localization shape incubator outcomes
A Amezcua, T Ratinho, LA Plummer, P Jayamohan
Journal of business venturing 35 (4), 105967, 2020
522020
Boon or boondoggle
AS Amezcua
Business incubation as entrepreneurship policy, 2010
482010
Performance analysis of entrepreneurship policy: which business incubators generate the highest levels of economic performance?
AS Amezcua
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 30 (18), 1, 2010
412010
Resource sharing: How resource attributes influence sharing system choices
M Tschirhart, A Amezcua, A Anker
The collaborative public manager: New ideas for the twenty-first century, 15-30, 2009
372009
Moderating effects of informal institutions on social entrepreneurship activity
CK Lee, SA Simmons, A Amezcua, JY Lee, GT Lumpkin
Journal of Social Entrepreneurship 13 (3), 340-365, 2022
262022
Women’s business ownership and women’s entrepreneurship through the lens of US federal policies
S Pandey, AS Amezcua
Small Business Economics 54 (4), 1123-1152, 2020
152020
CUTTING THE APRON STRINGS OF BUSINESS INCUBATIOIN FIRMS: IS THE LIABILITY OF NEWNESS... A LIABILITY?
A Amezcua, SW Bradley, J Wiklund
Academy of Management Proceedings 2011 (1), 1-7, 2011
152011
Are Business Incubators’ Ecosystems Inclusive of Women Entrepreneurs?
AS Amezcua, S Pandey, N Simarasl
Go-to-Market Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs: Creating and Exploring …, 2019
132019
Incubation for all? Business incubation and gender Differences in new firm performance (summary)
AS Amezcua, A McKelvie
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 31 (8), 3, 2011
92011
Boon or boondoggle? Business incubation as entrepreneurship policy: A Report from the National Census of Business Incubators and their Tenants
AS Amezcua
Unpublished manuscript from post-doc scholar at Syracuse University, 2010
92010
Entrepreneurial strategic groups: How clustering helps nascent firms
AS Amezcua, T Ratinho
Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, BCERC 2012, 2012
42012
Entrepreneurial support: Making sense of decades of practice and research
T Ratinho, A Amezcua, B Honig, Z Zeng
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 14044, 2016
32016
Women’s business ownership and entrepreneurship through the lens of US federal policies
S Pandey, A Amezcua
Small Business Economics, Forthcoming, 2018
22018
Entrepreneurship Support: Who, When, and Why? A Review of Literature
T Ratinho, A Amezcua, B Honig
United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship …, 2015
22015
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