Alejandro Amezcua
Alejandro Amezcua
Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, Syracuse University
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Entrepreneurial processes in social contexts: how are they different, if at all?
GT Lumpkin, TW Moss, DM Gras, S Kato, AS Amezcua
Small Business Economics 40 (3), 761-783, 2013
4142013
Organizational sponsorship and founding environments: A contingency view on the survival of business-incubated firms, 1994–2007
AS Amezcua, MG Grimes, SW Bradley, J Wiklund
Academy of Management Journal 56 (6), 1628-1654, 2013
2372013
Boon or boondoggle? Business incubation as entrepreneurship policy: A Report from the National Census of Business Incubators and their Tenants
AS Amezcua
unpublished manuscript from post-doc scholar at Syracuse University, 2010
802010
Boon or boondoggle
AS Amezcua
Business incubation as entrepreneurship policy, 2010
362010
Resource sharing: How resource attributes influence sharing system choices
M Tschirhart, A Amezcua, A Anker
The collaborative public manager: New ideas for the twenty-first century, 15-30, 2009
292009
Performance analysis of entrepreneurship policy: which business incubators generate the highest levels of economic performance?
AS Amezcua
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 30 (18), 1, 2010
262010
CUTTING THE APRON STRINGS OF BUSINESS INCUBATIOIN FIRMS: IS THE LIABILITY OF NEWNESS... A LIABILITY?
A Amezcua, SW Bradley, J Wiklund
Academy of Management Proceedings 2011 (1), 1-7, 2011
92011
Incubation for all? Business incubation and gender Differences in new firm performance (summary)
AS Amezcua, A McKelvie
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 31 (8), 3, 2011
72011
Supporting entrepreneurs: A systematic review of literature and an agenda for research
T Ratinho, A Amezcua, B Honig, Z Zeng
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 154, 119956, 2020
42020
Women’s business ownership and women’s entrepreneurship through the lens of US federal policies
S Pandey, AS Amezcua
Small Business Economics 54 (4), 1123-1152, 2020
32020
Entrepreneurial strategic groups: How clustering helps nascent firms
AS Amezcua, T Ratinho
Babson College, 2012
32012
Organizational sponsorship and the economics of place: How regional urbanization and localization shape incubator outcomes
A Amezcua, T Ratinho, LA Plummer, P Jayamohan
Journal of Business Venturing 35 (4), 105967, 2020
12020
Entrepreneurial support: Making sense of decades of practice and research
T Ratinho, A Amezcua, B Honig, Z Zeng
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 14044, 2016
12016
Entrepreneurship Support: Who, When, and Why? A Review of Literature
T Ratinho, A Amezcua, B Honig
United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship …, 2015
12015
Moderating Effects of Informal Institutions on Social Entrepreneurship Activity
CK Lee, SA Simmons, A Amezcua, JY Lee, GT Lumpkin
Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 1-26, 2020
2020
Are Business Incubators’ Ecosystems Inclusive of Women Entrepreneurs?
AS Amezcua, S Pandey, N Simarasl
Go-to-Market Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs, Emerald Publishing Limited …, 2019
2019
Women’s Business Ownership and Entrepreneurship Through the Lens of US Federal Policies
S Pandey, A Amezcua
Small Business Economics, Forthcoming, 2018
2018
Acknowledgment of ad hoc reviewers
LB Rice
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 60 (12), 7007-7014, 2016
2016
ORGANIZATIONAL SPONSORSHIP AND THE ECONOMICS OF PLACE: THE EFFECTS OF URBANIZATION & LOCALIZED COMPETITION ON STARTUP LONGEVITY (SUMMARY)
AS Amezcua, T Ratinho, P Jayamohan, LA Plummer
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 36 (11), 2, 2016
2016
WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT SUPPORTING ENTREPRENEURS?(SUMMARY)
T Ratinho, A Amezcua, B Honig, E Zeng
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 36 (11), 10, 2016
2016
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