Ikenna Uzuegbunam
Ikenna Uzuegbunam
Associate Professor
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Simulations in entrepreneurship education: Serious games and learning through play
J Fox, L Pittaway, I Uzuegbunam
Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy 1 (1), 61-89, 2018
472018
Human capital, intellectual capital, and government venture capital
I Uzuegbunam, YC Liao, L Pittaway, GJ Jolley
Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, 2017
112017
TechGROWTH Ohio: public venture capital and rural entrepreneurship
GJ Jolley, I Uzuegbunam, J Glazer
Journal of Regional Analysis & Policy 48 (2), 3773, 2018
62018
An anatomy of entrepreneurial pursuits in relation to poverty
D Cumming, S Johan, I Uzuegbunam
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 32 (1-2), 21-40, 2020
52020
Identity and initial structure in inter-firm alliances: a social identity perspective
I Uzuegbunam
Management Decision, 2016
52016
Do Corporate Investors Affect Entrepreneurs˘ IP Portfolio? Entrepreneurial Finance and Intellectual Property in New Firms
I Uzuegbunam, B Ofem, S Nambisan
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 43 (4), 673-696, 2019
42019
Arm's‐length or give‐and‐take? Gender differences in the relational orientation of new ventures in Sub‐Saharan Africa
AO Uzuegbunam, I Uzuegbunam
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 12 (4), 522-541, 2018
42018
Managing collaborative new product development of complex software systems: mythical man-month re-visited
IS Uzuegbunam
Proceedings. 2005 IEEE International Engineering Management Conference, 2005 …, 2005
22005
The competitive behavior of governments: a study of successful IT in Great Britain
IS Uzuegbunam
A Unifying Discipline for Melting the Boundaries Technology Management:, 61-71, 2005
22005
Latent Poverty and Entrepreneurial Activity: A US State-Level Analysis
D Cumming, IS Uzuegbunam
Academy of Management Proceedings 2013 (1), 15941, 2013
12013
Deliberate practice makes expert entrepreneurs: An analysis of how entrepreneurs become experts in opportunity identification and evaluation
SR Sardeshmukh, M Chen, IS Uzuegbunam, G Kasthurirangan, RA Baron
United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship …, 2010
12010
The Strength of IT-Based (Virtual) Interfirm Ties in the Development of Complex Product Systems
IS Uzuegbunam
Information Technology and Product Development, 179-189, 2010
12010
In the company of niche firms: Examining how incumbent firms can prosper in high technology regimes
IS Uzuegbunam
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2008
12008
The unintended consequences of biotechnology innovation adoption
D Cumming, S Johan, C Oberst, I Uzuegbunam
Industry and Innovation, 1-21, 2020
2020
Too Tight to Move? How Cultural Norms and Stereotypes Regulate Imprinting in Hybrid Social Venturing
B Ofem, SM Pathak, A Taylor-Bianco, ISP Uzuegbunam
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 16018, 2019
2019
All in Good Time? Founders' Age, Gender, and Patenting in New Technology Ventures
SM Pathak, B Ofem, ISP Uzuegbunam
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 17474, 2018
2018
Do Entrepreneurs Shape Institutions? Founder Education, Gender and Resource Mobilization in Africa
ISP Uzuegbunam, R Aissaoui, A Taylor-Bianco
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 14221, 2018
2018
Creative Destruction Within and Across Countries: Do Culture and Connectedness Matter?
ISP Uzuegbunam, JM Geringer, C Oberst
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 10721, 2018
2018
The Ties that Change: Open Innovation Strategies and Capability Reconfiguration Under Uncertainty
I Uzuegbunam, S Nambisan
World Scientific Book Chapters, 195-214, 2018
2018
THE “ANGEL˘S SHARE”: BUSINESS ANGELS, FAMILY OWNERSHIP, AND ENTREPRENEURIAL PERFORMANCE (INTERACTIVE PAPER)
I Uzuegbunam, B Ofem, S Nambisan
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 37 (2), 19, 2017
2017
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