David W. (Dave) Williams
David W. (Dave) Williams
Professor of Entrepreneurship, The University of Tennessee
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Entrepreneurial inception: The role of imprinting in entrepreneurial action
BD Mathias, DW Williams, AR Smith
Journal of Business Venturing 30 (1), 11-28, 2015
Opportunity Evaluation as Rule‐Based Decision Making
MS Wood, DW Williams
Journal of Management Studies 51 (4), 573-602, 2014
The impact of role identities on entrepreneurs’ evaluation and selection of opportunities
BD Mathias, DW Williams
Journal of Management 43 (3), 892-918, 2017
A review of and future agenda for research on identity in entrepreneurship
NA Mmbaga, BD Mathias, DW Williams, MS Cardon
Journal of Business Venturing 35 (6), 106049, 2020
Seeking commonalities or avoiding differences? Re-conceptualizing distance and its effects on internationalization decisions
DW Williams, DA Grégoire
Journal of International Business Studies 46, 253-284, 2015
Connecting the two faces of CSR: does employee volunteerism improve compliance?
SM Houghton, JTA Gabel, DW Williams
Journal of Business Ethics 87, 477-494, 2009
Giving up the hats? Entrepreneurs' role transitions and venture growth
BD Mathias, DW Williams
Journal of Business Venturing 33 (3), 261-277, 2018
Applying experimental methods to advance entrepreneurship research: On the need for and publication of experiments
DW Williams, MS Wood, JR Mitchell, D Urbig
Journal of Business Venturing 34 (2), 215-223, 2019
Rule-based reasoning for understanding opportunity evaluation
DW Williams, MS Wood
Academy of Management Perspectives 29 (2), 218-236, 2015
Past as prologue: Entrepreneurial inaction decisions and subsequent action judgments
MS Wood, DW Williams, W Drover
Journal of Business Venturing 32 (1), 107-127, 2017
The road to riches? A model of the cognitive processes and inflection points underpinning entrepreneurial action
MS Wood, DW Williams, DA Grégoire
Entrepreneurial action, 207-252, 2012
The (not so) dark side of entrepreneurship: a meta‐analysis of the well‐being and performance consequences of entrepreneurial stress
MP Lerman, TP Munyon, DW Williams
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 15 (3), 377-402, 2021
Passing the torch: Factors influencing transgenerational intent in family firms
DW Williams, ML Zorn, T Russell Crook, JG Combs
Family Relations 62 (3), 415-428, 2013
Risk bias and the link between motivation and new venture post-entry international growth
AN Kiss, DW Williams, SM Houghton
International Business Review 22 (6), 1068-1078, 2013
The forms and use of intuition in top management teams
C Samba, DW Williams, RM Fuller
The Leadership Quarterly 33 (3), 101349, 2022
Timing is everything? Curvilinear effects of age at entry on new firm growth and survival and the moderating effect of IPO performance
J Yan, DW Williams
Journal of Business Venturing 36 (5), 106020, 2021
Selling your soul to the devil? The importance of independent ownership to identity distinctiveness for oppositional categories
BD Mathias, A Huyghe, DW Williams
Strategic Management Journal, 2020
Venture creation persistence: overcoming stage-gate issues
W Meek, DW Williams
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research 24 (5), 1016-1035, 2018
Why do different new ventures internationalize differently? A cognitive model of entrepreneurs' internationalization decisions
DW Williams
Georgia State University, 2010
Antecedents of business location decisions: The case of aspiring immigrant opportunity entrepreneurs
N Simarasl, K Moghaddam, DW Williams
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development 28 (7), 1075-1094, 2021
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