Hier sind alle Publikationen zusammengestellt, die die IfM-Wissenschaftler extern veröffentlicht haben.
External publication | 2021 Digital B2B-Platforms - Status quo and Perspectives for the Industry in Germany
Compared to digital C2C platforms, B2B market segments are smaller and more specific. Therefore, network effects have a weaker impact on B2B platform mar-kets, which means that monopolisation tendencies are also lower.
External publication | 2021 A Research Agenda for Entrepreneurship Policy
This book makes the case for a change in the research agenda on entrepreneurship policy. An exemplary group of authors addresses the agenda for entrepreneurship policy researchers, policy makers and practitioners in the field.
External publication | 2021 It´s right nearby: how entrepreneurs use spatial bricolage to overcome resource constraints
The mobilization of resources is an essential challenge for entrepreneurs. Existing research suggests that access to standard and high-quality resources is an important condition for entrepreneurial success, yet such resources are often out of reach for entrepreneurs.
External publication | 2021 Internal and external successions in family firms: a meta-analysis
Despite much progress in the field of family business research, there is still no unequivocal quantitative evidence on how many family businesses are generally transferred within the family and how many are sold to non-family members.
External publication | 2021 The Impact of Brexit News and ECB's Announcements on Asset Prices: Theory, Empirical Findings and Policy Implications
This study elaborates on the impact of Brexit news on British pound exchange rates as well as the credit risk of UK and Eurozone companies.
External publication | 2020 Entrepreneurial resourcefulness in unstable institutional contexts – the example of European Union borderlands
This paper aims to understand entrepreneurial resourceful behavior in contexts characterized by difficult economic conditions and institutional changes.
External publication | 2020 SME policies of selected EU member states during the corona pandemic
Despite differences in the concrete design, the EU countries studied have mostly implemented similar short-term (financing) measures.
External publication | 2020 Entrepreneurship and social market economy - (not) a contradiction?!
How much of a model is entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley? Is this entrepreneurship (still) in the sense of the social market economy - and thus desirable for Germany?
External publication | 2020 European SME-Action Programme
The European SME-Action Programme provides an analysis of the current situation and main challenges for European SMEs in six main policy areas: Better regulation, access to markets, access to finance, entrepreneurship, skills and training, and digitisation of SMEs.
External publication | 2020 Employment hybridization - spread and development in Germany
The working world has changed a lot in the last decades. This is expressed not only in a significant increase in part-time work, but also in a significant increase in so-called employment hybridization.
External publication | 2020 Data for Mittelstand Companies in Germany at the IfM Bonn
This article presents the publicly accessible data sets of the Institute for Mittelstandsforschung (IfM) Bonn.
External publication | 2020 Times are a Changin’? The Emergence of New Firms and Rank Reshuffling
Young firms are known to grow at a faster rate than incumbents. With administrative firm data from Germany, we show that the higher growth rates indeed translate into upward mobility within the sector-specific firm size distribution.
External publication | 2020 A research note on entrepreneurs’ financial commitment and crowdfunding success
Established early stage investors decide to invest in new ventures after evaluating the propensity of success and the risk of failure.
External publication | 2020 Why the self-employed are happier: Evidence from 25 European countries
Using survey data from 25 European countries, we can show that in most of the countries the self-employed are more satisfied with their jobs than employees. This paper aims to discuss the reasons why this is the case.
External publication | 2020 Contextualizing Entrepreneurship Theory
This book shows that the ongoing contextualization of entrepreneurship research should not simply generate a proliferation of unique theories – one for every context – but can instead result in better theory construction, testing
External publication, Working Papers | 2020 Geographical Contexts of Entrepreneurship: Spaces, Places and Entrepreneurial Agency
The article focuses on contexts of entrepreneurship, in particular geographical contexts, and entrepreneurial agency.
External publication | 2020 International assignments of employees and entrepreneurial intentions: the mediating role of human capital, social capital and career prospects
Little is known about the entrepreneurship intentions of employees who have been on long-term international assignments, particularly after they leave paid employment upon their return from abroad.