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Dr Teemu Kautonen
Dr Simon Down
Age and entrepreneurship: the role of different entrepreneurial preferences2013
Dr Janine Swail
Dr Simon Down
Dr Teemu Kautonen
Examining the effect of 'Entre'-tainment as a Cultural Influence on Entrepreneurial Intentions2012
Dr Paul Richter
Dr Simon Down
Professor Jane Pollard
Socio-economic contexts of SMEs’ entrepreneurialism: the performativity of regulation.2012
Dr Teemu Kautonen
Dr Simon Down
Involuntary entrepreneurship2011
Dr Simon Down
The ambiguity paradox in cultural change2011
Dr Simon Down
The Raging Peloton2011
Dr Teemu Kautonen
Dr Simon Down
‘"Involuntary Self-employment" as a public policy issue: A cross-country EU comparison’2010
Dr Simon Down
Enterprise, Entrepreneurship and Small Business2010
Dr James Reveley
Dr Simon Down
Stigamatization and self-presentation in Australian entrepreneurial identity formation2009
Dr Simon Down
When the ‘subject’ and the ‘researcher’ speak together: Co-producing organizational ethnography2009
Dr Teemu Kautonen
Dr Simon Down
Enterprise support for older entrepreneurs: The case of PRIME in the UK2008
Dr Simon Down
Dr Teemu Kautonen
‘Unternehmensdynamik und alternde Bevölkerung (Firm dynamics and Population Ageing)’2007
Dr Paul Richter
James Cornford
Professor Rob Wilson
Dr Simon Down
Professor Michael Martin
et al.
Enterprise Systems and ‘Enterprise’ in UK Higher Education: Friend or Foe?2006
Dr Simon Down
Professor Richard Badham
Fear and loathing in the field: Emotional dissonance and identity work in ethnographic research2006
Dr Simon Down
Narratives of Enterprise: Crafting Entrepreneurial Self-Identity in a Small Firm2006
Professor Rob Wilson
Dr Paul Richter
James Cornford
Dr Simon Down
Professor Michael Martin
et al.
Report of the Case Study of the design processes of a university enquiries to registration process: the E2R project2006
Dr James Reveley
Dr Simon Down
Beyond the Boundaries An Ethnographic Analysis of Spatially Diffuse Control in a Small Firm2004
Dr Simon Down
Dr James Reveley
Generational Encounters and the Social Formation of Entrepreneurial Identity: 'Young Guns' and 'Old Farts'2004
Dr Simon Down
Negotiating managerial legitimacy in smaller organizations: Management education, technical skill, and situated competence2002
Dr Simon Down
The return of popular social science?2001
Dr Simon Down
The Use of History in Business and Management, and Some Implications for Management Learning2001
Dr Simon Down
Adding value to HRD: evaluation, Investors in People and small firm training1999
Dr Simon Down
An examination of the developing role of personal business advisors within Business Link1999
Dr Simon Down
Review Article: '(Yet) Another Side of HRM ?’1999