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Johan BRUNEEL

Johan BRUNEEL
Full Professor
Ph.D., Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Innovation - Ghent University
Filière : Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Strategy
Formation
  • 2009 : Ph.D., Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Innovation , Ghent University, Belgium
  • 2003 : Master, Business Administration, Ghent University, Belgium
  • 2002 : Master, Engineering, Katholieke Hogeschool Brugge-Oostende, Belgium
Articles publiés dans des revues à comité de lecture
  • Staessens Matthias, Kerstens Pieterjan, Bruneel J., Cherchye Laurens, (2018). Data envelopment analysis and social enterprises: analysing performance, strategic orientation, and mission drift, Journal of Business Ethics, forthcoming 1-17.
  • Bruneel J., Staessens Matthias, Kerstens Pieterjan, Cherchye Laurens, (2018). Data Envelopment Analysis and Social Enterprises: Analysing Performance, Strategic Orientation, and Mission Drift , Journal of Business Ethics, NA 36.
  • Bruneel J., Clarysse Bart, Autio Erkko, (2018). The role of prior domestic experience and prior shared experience in young firm internationalization, International Small Business Journal, 36 (3) 265-284.
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  • Bruneel J., De Cock Robin, Bobelyn Annelies, (2018). Making the Lean Start-Up Method Work: The Role of Prior Market Knowledge, Journal of Small Business Management, forthcoming (forthcoming) 1-38.
  • Bruneel J., Clarysse Bart, Staessens Matthias, Weemaes Stephan, (2018). Breaking with the past: the need for innovation in the governance of nonprofit social enterprises, Academy of Management Perspectives, ? 45.
  • Bruneel J., Spithoven André, Clarysse Bart, (2017). Interorganizational trust and technology complexity: evidence for new technology-based firms, Journal of Small Business Management, 55 (S1) 256-274.
  • Symeonidou Noni, Bruneel J., Autio Erkko, (2017). Commercialization strategy and internationalization outcomes in technology-based new ventures, Journal of Business Venturing, 32 (2) 302-317.
  • Symeonidou Noni, Bruneel J., (2017). Determinants, causal connections and outcomes in corporate technology licensing: a systematic review and research agenda, R&D management, 47 (4) 620-636.
  • Bruneel J., D'Este Pablo, Salter Ammon, (2016). The impact of financial slack on explorative and exploitative knowledge sourcing from universities: evidence from the UK, Industrial and Corporate Change, 25 (4) 689-706.
  • Bruneel J., Fassin Yves, Stevens Robin, Moray Nathalie, (2016). Balancing competing logics in for-profit social enterprises: a need for hybrid governance, Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 7 (3) 263-285.
  • Bruneel J., De Cock Robin, (2016). Entry mode research and SMEs: a review and future research agenda, Journal of Small Business Management, 54 (S1) 135-167.
  • Stevens Robin, Moray Nathalie, Bruneel J., (2015). The social and economic mission of social enterprises: dimensions, measurement, validation, and relation, Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, 39 (5) 1051-1081.
  • Stevens Robin, Moray Nathalie, Bruneel J., Clarysse Bart, (2015). Attention allocation to multiple goals: the case of for-profit social enterprises, Strategic Management Journal, 36 (7) 1006-1016.
  • Clarysse Bart, Wright Mike, Bruneel J., Mahajan Aarti, (2014). Creating value in ecosystems: crossing the chasm between knowledge and business ecosystems, Research Policy, 43 (7) 1164-1176.
  • Bruneel J., Van de Velde Els, Clarysse Bart, (2013). Impact of the type of corporate spin-off on growth, Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, 37 (4) 943-959.
  • Bruneel J., Van de Velde Els, Clarysse Bart, Gemmel Paul, (2012). Improving the success of radical innovation projects within established firms: engaging employees across different hierarchal levels, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 24 (9) 951-965.
  • Bruneel J., Clarysse Bart, Wright Mike, (2011). Explaining growth paths of young technology-based firms: structuring resource portfolios in different competitive environments, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 5 (2) 137-157.
  • Bruneel J., D'Este Pablo, Salter Ammon, (2010). Investigating the fators that diminish the barriers to industry-university collaboration, Research Policy, 39 858-868.
  • Bruneel J., Yli-Renko Helena, Clarysse Bart, (2010). Learning from experience and learning from others: how congenital and interorganizational learning substitute for experiential learning in young firm internationalization, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 4 (2) 164-182.
  • Clarysse Bart, Bruneel J., (2007). Nurturing and growing innovative start-ups: the role of policy as integrator, R&D management, 37 (2) 139-149.
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