Ronald K. Mitchell
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Toward a theory of stakeholder identification and salience: Defining the principle of who and what really counts
RK Mitchell, BR Agle, DJ Wood
Academy of management review 22 (4), 853-886, 1997
161761997
Who matters to Ceos? An investigation of stakeholder attributes and salience, corpate performance, and Ceo values
BR Agle, RK Mitchell, JA Sonnenfeld
Academy of management journal 42 (5), 507-525, 1999
26951999
Toward a theory of entrepreneurial cognition: Rethinking the people side of entrepreneurship research
RK Mitchell, L Busenitz, T Lant, PP McDougall, EA Morse, JB Smith
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 27 (2), 93-104, 2002
15362002
Cross-cultural cognitions and the venture creation decision
RK Mitchell, B Smith, KW Seawright, EA Morse
Academy of management Journal 43 (5), 974-993, 2000
10952000
The central question in entrepreneurial cognition research 2007
RK Mitchell, LW Busenitz, B Bird, C Marie Gaglio, JS McMullen, EA Morse, ...
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 31 (1), 1-27, 2007
9742007
Dialogue: Toward superior stakeholder theory
BR Agle, T Donaldson, RE Freeman, MC Jensen, RK Mitchell, DJ Wood
Business Ethics Quarterly, 153-190, 2008
5922008
Are entrepreneurial cognitions universal? Assessing entrepreneurial cognitions across cultures
RK Mitchell, JB Smith, EA Morse, KW Seawright, AM Peredo, B McKenzie
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 26 (4), 9-32, 2002
5572002
The distinctive and inclusive domain of entrepreneurial cognition research
RK Mitchell, L Busenitz, T Lant, PP McDougall, EA Morse, JB Smith
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 28 (6), 505-518, 2004
3452004
Institutional environment and entrepreneurial cognitions: A comparative business systems perspective
DSK Lim, EA Morse, RK Mitchell, KK Seawright
Entrepreneurship theory and Practice 34 (3), 491-516, 2010
2942010
Toward a theory of stakeholder salience in family firms
RK Mitchell, BR Agle, JJ Chrisman, LJ Spence
Business ethics quarterly, 235-255, 2011
2722011
The transacting cognitions of nonfamily employees in the family businesses setting
RK Mitchell, EA Morse, P Sharma
Journal of Business Venturing 18 (4), 533-551, 2003
2202003
Untangling the intuition mess: Intuition as a construct in entrepreneurship research
JR Mitchell, PN Friga, RK Mitchell
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 29 (6), 653-679, 2005
1932005
Enabling guanxi management in China: A hierarchical stakeholder model of effective guanxi
C Su, RK Mitchell, MJ Sirgy
Journal of Business Ethics 71 (3), 301-319, 2007
1842007
Enhancing entrepreneurial expertise: Experiential pedagogy and the new venture expert script
RK Mitchell, SA Chesteen
Simulation & Gaming 26 (3), 288-306, 1995
1781995
Stakeholder agency and social welfare: Pluralism and decision making in the multi-objective corporation
RK Mitchell, GR Weaver, BR Agle, AD Bailey, J Carlson
Academy of Management Review 41 (2), 252-275, 2016
1572016
Oral history and expert scripts: demystifying the entrepreneurial experience
RK Mitchell
Journal of Management History, 1996
1511996
Agle. BR, & Wood. DJ (1997)." Toward a theory of stakeholder identification and salience: Defining the principle of who and what really counts."
RK Mitchell
Academy of Management Review 22 (4), 853-886, 0
145
Inside opportunity formation: Enterprise failure, cognition, and the creation of opportunities
RK Mitchell, JR Mitchell, JB Smith
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 2 (3), 225-242, 2008
1402008
Socially situated cognition: Imagining new opportunities for entrepreneurship research
RK Mitchell, B Randolph-Seng, JR Mitchell
Academy of Management Review 36 (4), 774-776, 2011
1222011
Stakeholder inclusion and accounting for stakeholders
RK Mitchell, HJ Van Buren III, M Greenwood, RE Freeman
Journal of Management Studies 52 (7), 851-877, 2015
1082015
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