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Neckebrouck J, Meuleman M, Manigart S, 2021, GOVERNANCE IMPLICATIONS OF ATTRACTING EXTERNAL EQUITY INVESTORS IN PRIVATE FAMILY FIRMS, ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVES, Vol: 35, Pages: 25-44, ISSN: 1558-9080
Meuleman M, Jaaskelainen M, Maula MVJ, et al., 2017, Venturing into the unknown with strangers: Substitutes of relational embeddedness in cross-border partner selection in venture capital syndicates, Journal of Business Venturing, Vol: 32, Pages: 131-144, ISSN: 0883-9026
Syndicating with prior partners through relationally embedded ties may be widespread, but not always optimal when investing across borders especially if few prior partners operate in the focal market. However, the substitutes of relational embeddedness for trust creation in cross-border partner selection are poorly understood. We develop and test a model of how relational embeddedness interacts with structural embeddedness and legal and normative institutions and how relational embeddedness and these three substitutes jointly affect cross-border partner selection in venture capital syndicates. We test the hypotheses in the context of cross-border venture capital syndication in 12 European countries. Our findings based on a case-control analysis suggest that although relational embeddedness is a key driver of future partnering, structural embeddedness and trust generating institutions such as high quality legal frameworks and industry associations facilitate cross-border partnering and diminish the need to rely on relationally embedded ties in cross-border partner selection.
Neckebrouck J, Manigart S, Meuleman M, 2017, Attitudes of family firms toward outside investors: the importance of organizational identification, VENTURE CAPITAL, Vol: 19, Pages: 29-50, ISSN: 1369-1066
Baert C, Meuleman M, Debruyne M, et al., 2016, Portfolio entrepreneurship and resource orchestration, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Vol: 10, Pages: 346-370, ISSN: 1932-4391
Research summaryThis study examines the role of resource orchestration for the exploration and exploitation of opportunities through portfolio entrepreneurship. Adopting a single-case study approach, we identify eight distinctive resource orchestration subprocesses that we group into three aggregate resource orchestration processes that enable the development and exploitation of a set of resources and capabilities across a portfolio of ventures. Our findings extend the literature on enduring entrepreneurship by building theory on how resource orchestration across a portfolio of ventures facilitates the emergence of synergies when exploring and exploiting opportunities.Managerial summaryThis study examines the processes through which an entrepreneur structures and rearranges resources and capabilities across multiple firms as he/she grows a portfolio of firms to engage in the exploration and exploitation of market opportunities. Entrepreneurs can obtain insights for building their businesses from the eight processes we identify; these processes allow entrepreneurs to develop synergies as they create and put to use a set of resources and capabilities across their businesses. Through these synergies, entrepreneurs can share, transform, and harmonize resources and capabilities across their firms. This can enable them to continuously and simultaneously explore and exploit market opportunities, which ultimately facilitates the sustainability of their businesses. Copyright © 2016 Strategic Management Society.
Leroy H, Manigart S, Meuleman M, et al., 2015, Understanding the Continuation of Firm Activities when Entrepreneurs Exit their Firms: Using Theory of Planned Behavior, JOURNAL OF SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, Vol: 53, Pages: 400-415, ISSN: 0047-2778
Lundstrom A, Vikstrom P, Fink M, et al., 2014, Measuring the Costs and Coverage of SME and Entrepreneurship Policy: A Pioneering Study, ENTREPRENEURSHIP THEORY AND PRACTICE, Vol: 38, Pages: 941-957, ISSN: 1042-2587
Vanacker T, Manigart S, Meuleman M, 2013, Path-Dependent Evolution Versus Intentional Management of Investment Ties in Science-Based Entrepreneurial Firms, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol: n/a, ISSN: 1042-2587
De Clercq D, Meuleman M, Wright M, 2012, A cross-country investigation of micro-angel investment activity: The roles of new business opportunities and institutions, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, Vol: 21, Pages: 117-129, ISSN: 0969-5931
Meuleman M, De Maeseneire W, 2012, Do R&D subsidies affect SMEs' access to external financing?, RESEARCH POLICY, Vol: 41, Pages: 580-591, ISSN: 0048-7333
Bacon N, Wright M, Meuleman M, et al., 2012, The Impact of Private Equity on Management Practices in European Buy-outs: Short-termism, Anglo-Saxon, or Host Country Effects?, INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS, Vol: 51, Pages: 605-626, ISSN: 0019-8676
Meuleman M, Wright M, 2011, Cross-border private equity syndication: Institutional context and learning, JOURNAL OF BUSINESS VENTURING, Vol: 26, Pages: 35-48, ISSN: 0883-9026
Vanacker T, Manigart S, Meuleman M, et al., 2011, A longitudinal study on the relationship between financial bootstrapping and new venture growth, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT, Vol: 23, Pages: 681-705, ISSN: 0898-5626
Meuleman M, Lockett A, Manigart S, et al., 2010, Partner Selection Decisions in Interfirm Collaborations: The Paradox of Relational Embeddedness, JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, Vol: 47, Pages: 995-1019, ISSN: 0022-2380
Bacon N, Wright M, Scholes L, et al., 2010, Assessing the impact of private equity on industrial relations in Europe, HUMAN RELATIONS, Vol: 63, Pages: 1343-1370, ISSN: 0018-7267
Leroy H, Manigart S, Meuleman M, 2010, The Planned Decision To Transfer An Entrepreneurial Company, The IUP Journal of Entrepreneurship Development, Vol: 7, Pages: 7-22
Meuleman M, Wright M, Manigart S, et al., 2009, Private Equity Syndication: Agency Costs, Reputation and Collaboration, JOURNAL OF BUSINESS FINANCE & ACCOUNTING, Vol: 36, Pages: 616-644, ISSN: 0306-686X
Meuleman M, Amess K, Wright M, et al., 2009, Agency, Strategic Entrepreneurship, and the Performance of Private Equity-Backed Buyouts, ENTREPRENEURSHIP THEORY AND PRACTICE, Vol: 33, Pages: 213-239, ISSN: 1042-2587
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