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Curtis Sproul
Curtis Sproul
Associate Professor, Georgia Southern University
Verified email at georgiasouthern.edu
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Human capital and entrepreneurship research: A critical review and future directions
MR Marvel, JL Davis, CR Sproul
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 40 (3), 599-626, 2016
6032016
Academic collective bargaining: Patterns and trends
CR Sproul, N Bucklew, JD Houghton
Journal of Collective Bargaining in the Academy 6 (1), 5, 2014
152014
Entrepreneurial actions: implications for firm performance
C Sproul, K Cox, A Ross
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 2019
142019
Blowing Smoke? How Early-Stage Investors Interpret Hopeful Discourse within Entrepreneurially Oriented Business Plans
W Wales, KC Cox, J Lortie, CR Sproul
Entrepreneurship Research Journal, 2019
122019
Toward a theory of entrepreneurial differentiation: how entrepreneurial firms compete
J Lortie, KC Cox, C Sproul
International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 1-22, 2021
92021
Survival in a new industry: marijuana, venture structure and outcomes
K Nicholas, CR Sproul, K Cox
Journal of Business Strategy, 2020
32020
Evidence, Please? Rejoinder to “The Menace of Misinformation: Faculty Misstatements in Management Education and Their Consequences”
SD Charlier, RC Hoell, CR Sproul, SA Stewart
Journal of Management Education 43 (4), 434-445, 2019
32019
DOES A RELIANCE ON THE GOVERNMENT FOR SALES HINDER NEW VENTURE PERFORMANCE? A RESOURCE DEPENDENCE PERSPECTIVE
CR Sproul, AM Carnes, MR Marvel, A Pozzuto
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 34 (11), 1, 2014
22014
Selling to “the man”: How dependence on sales to the government affects new venture performance
C Sproul, D Jiang, M Marvel, A Carnes
Journal of Small Business Management, 1-28, 2022
2022
In search of value: the role of organizational status in the valuation of resources
KR Nicholas, CR Sproul
Journal of Strategy and Management, 2022
2022
The Cost of Forgoing Status Rewards: Major League Baseball Teams and the Free Agent Market
K Nicholas, C Sproul
Academy of Management Proceedings 2020 (1), 12001, 2020
2020
INTEGRATION VS. SPECIALIZATION IN NEWLY LEGITIMATE INDUSTRIES (SUMMARY)
CR Sproul, KC Cox, K Nicholas
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 37 (11), 9, 2017
2017
The Theory of Entrepreneurial Differentiation: How New Firms Compete
J Lortie, KC Cox, CR Sproul
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 18150, 2016
2016
Unintended Consequences of EO: How Hope and Optimism Impact Funding Potential
KC Cox, J Lortie, B Wales, CR Sproul
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 16396, 2016
2016
INTEGRATION VS. SPECIALIZATION IN NEWLY LEGITIMATE INDUSTRIES
CR Sproul, KC Cox, K Nicholas
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 37 (11), 0
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