Team Entrepreneurial Passion in Ownership Stake and Sweat Equity Effects

 
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Location:
William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center
Room:
413
Description:

You're invited to attend the Merrick School of Business Faculty Research Dialogue Series. This presentation is in collaboration with the University of Baltimore's celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week.

Join Ting Zhang, assistant professor of economics as she shares research focused on, "Incumbents and Entrants: Strategic Choices in Response to Emerging Radical Technologies."

Overview of the presentation

Our study first empirically tested and, to some extent, extended the "Team Entrepreneurial Passion in Ownership Stake and Sweat Equity effects." Our empirical findings on the one hand are consistent with the Team Entrepreneurial Passion framework, on the other hand made further development for the TEP theory and reveals more some interesting nuances. By dissecting the traditional diversity/heterogeneity measure into three separate perspectives: evenness, similarity, and richness, we not only tested previous literature and theory, but also generate new revealing findings and implications.

 


What is the Research Dialogue Series?

The Merrick School of Business Research Dialogue series aims to disseminate the faculty’s research to the wider community. Faculty and students from all colleges and schools are invited to join in informal talks about the Merrick School of Business faculty’s research streams. Each speaker will attempt to explain his/her research results with an emphasis on the implications for teaching and practice.  Contact Dr. Tiago Ratinho with questions.

Professor Zhang will share her study where she and her co-author first empirically tested and, to some extent, extended the Team Entrepreneurial Passion in Ownership Stake and Sweat Equity effects. The empirical findings on the one hand are consistent with the Team Entrepreneurial Passion framework, on the other hand made further development for the TEP theory and reveals more some interesting nuances. By dissecting the traditional diversity/heterogeneity measure into three separate perspectives: evenness, similarity, and richness, they not only tested previous literature and theory, but also generate new revealing findings and implications.

What is the Research Dialogue Series?

The Merrick School of Business Research Dialogue series aims to disseminate the faculty’s research to the wider community. Faculty and students from all colleges and schools are invited to join in informal talks about the Merrick School of Business faculty’s research streams. Each speaker will attempt to explain his/her research results with an emphasis on the implications for teaching and practice.  Contact Dr. Tiago Ratinho (tratinho@ubalt.edu) with questions.

 

Contact Name:
Tiago Ratinho
Contact Email:
tratinho@ubalt.edu

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