Keith H. Brigham
Keith H. Brigham
C.S. Trosper Chair and Professor of Entrepreneurship - University of Oklahoma
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Long-term orientation: Implications for the entrepreneurial orientation and performance of family businesses
GT Lumpkin, KH Brigham, TW Moss
Entrepreneurship & regional development 22 (3-4), 241-264, 2010
Construct Validation Using Computer-Aided Text Analysis (CATA) An Illustration Using Entrepreneurial Orientation
JC Short, JC Broberg, CC Cogliser, KH Brigham
Organizational Research Methods 13 (2), 320-347, 2010
Long–term orientation and intertemporal choice in family firms
GT Lumpkin, KH Brigham
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 35 (6), 1149-1169, 2011
The intersection of leadership and entrepreneurship: Mutual lessons to be learned
CC Cogliser, KH Brigham
The Leadership Quarterly 15 (6), 771-799, 2004
The landscape of family business outcomes: A summary and numerical taxonomy of dependent variables
A Yu, GT Lumpkin, RL Sorenson, KH Brigham
Family business review 25 (1), 33-57, 2012
Family firms and entrepreneurial orientation in publicly traded firms: A comparative analysis of the S&P 500
JC Short, GT Payne, KH Brigham, GT Lumpkin, JC Broberg
Family business review 22 (1), 9-24, 2009
A person–organization fit model of owner–managers’ cognitive style and organizational demands
KH Brigham, JO De Castro, DA Shepherd
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 31 (1), 29-51, 2007
Researching long-term orientation: A validation study and recommendations for future research
KH Brigham, GT Lumpkin, GT Payne, MA Zachary
Family Business Review 27 (1), 72-88, 2014
The collaborative network orientation: Achieving business success through collaborative relationships
RL Sorenson, CA Folker, KH Brigham
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 32 (4), 615-634, 2008
Organizational virtue orientation and family firms
GT Payne, KH Brigham, JC Broberg, TW Moss, JC Short
Business ethics quarterly 21 (2), 257-285, 2011
The paradox for the family firm CEO: Owner age relationship to succession-related processes and plans
JP Marshall, R Sorenson, K Brigham, E Wieling, A Reifman, RS Wampler
Journal of business venturing 21 (3), 348-368, 2006
Capturing family firm heterogeneity: How taxonomies and typologies can help the field move forward
DO Neubaum, N Kammerlander, KH Brigham
Family Business Review 32 (2), 106-130, 2019
Socioemotional wealth (SEW): Questions on construct validity
KH Brigham, GT Payne
Family Business Review 32 (4), 326-329, 2019
Entrepreneurial Management as Strategy
R Amit, KH Brigham, GD Markman
Entrepreneurship as strategy: Competing on the entrepreneurial edge, 83 - 100, 2000
Perceived psychological distance, construal processes, and abstractness of entrepreneurial action
HS Chen, RK Mitchell, KH Brigham, R Howell, R Steinbauer
Journal of Business venturing 33 (3), 296-314, 2018
Testing the hospital value proposition: An empirical analysis of efficiency and quality
TR Huerta, EW Ford, LT Peterson, KH Brigham
Health Care Management Review 33 (4), 341-349, 2008
Entrepreneurial fit: the role of cognitive misfit
KH Brigham, JO De Castro
Cognitive approaches to entrepreneurship research, 37-71, 2003
Life cycle costs of library collections: Creation of effective performance and cost metrics for library resources
SR Lawrence, LS Connaway, KH Brigham
College & Research Libraries 62 (6), 541-553, 2001
The landscape of family business
RL Sorenson, A Yu, KH Brigham, GT Lumpkin
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013
Family involvement signals in initial public offerings
JA Chandler, GT Payne, C Moore, KH Brigham
Journal of Family Business Strategy 10 (1), 8-16, 2019
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