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Amy Ingram
Amy Ingram
Associate Professor of Management, Clemson University
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Microfoundations of organizational paradox: The problem is how we think about the problem
E Miron-Spektor, A Ingram, J Keller, WK Smith, MW Lewis
Academy of management journal 61 (1), 26-45, 2018
7272018
Managing creatives: Paradoxical approaches to identity regulation
M Gotsi, C Andriopoulos, MW Lewis, AE Ingram
Human relations 63 (6), 781-805, 2010
2912010
Taking care of business: The impact of culture and gender on entrepreneurs’ blended value creation goals
DM Hechavarría, SA Terjesen, AE Ingram, M Renko, R Justo, A Elam
Small business economics 48, 225-257, 2017
2812017
The social construction of organizational change paradoxes
LS Luscher, M Lewis, A Ingram
Journal of Organizational Change Management 19 (4), 491-502, 2006
2292006
Entrepreneurial ecosystem conditions and gendered national-level entrepreneurial activity: a 14-year panel study of GEM
DM Hechavarría, AE Ingram
Small Business Economics 53, 431-458, 2019
2112019
Paradoxes and innovation in family firms: The role of paradoxical thinking
AE Ingram, MW Lewis, S Barton, WB Gartner
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 40 (1), 161-176, 2016
1962016
Are women more likely to pursue social and environmental entrepreneurship?
DM Hechavarria, A Ingram, R Justo, S Terjesen
Global women’s entrepreneurship research, 2012
1942012
A Review of the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem and the Entrepreneurial Society in the United States: An Exploration with Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Dataset.
A Hechavarria, D., & Ingram
Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship, 2014
1192014
Beyond lobbying expenditures: How lobbying breadth and political connectedness affect firm outcomes
JW Ridge, A Ingram, AD Hill
Academy of Management Journal 60 (3), 1138-1163, 2017
1172017
Emotional intelligence and venture performance
A Ingram, WO Peake, W Stewart, W Watson
Journal of Small Business Management 57 (3), 780-800, 2019
1112019
The entrepreneurial gender divide: Hegemonic masculinity, emphasized femininity and organizational forms
DM Hechavarria, AE Ingram
International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship 8 (3), 242-281, 2016
1102016
Work–family conflict and social undermining behaviour: An examination of PO fit and gender differences
KL Scott, A Ingram, TJ Zagenczyk, MK Shoss
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 88 (1), 203-218, 2015
742015
Modesty in the top management team: Investor reaction and performance implications
JW Ridge, A Ingram
Journal of Management 43 (4), 1283-1306, 2017
652017
Turning the sword: How NPD teams cope with front‐end tensions
C Andriopoulos, M Gotsi, MW Lewis, AE Ingram
Journal of Product Innovation Management 35 (3), 427-445, 2018
492018
The signaling role of politician stock ownership: Effects on lobbying intensity
JW Ridge, AD Hill, A Ingram
Journal of Management 44 (5), 2116-2141, 2018
322018
Market reactions to non‐market strategy: Congressional testimony as an indicator of firm political influence
JW Ridge, A Ingram, M Abdurakhmonov, D Hasija
Strategic Management Journal 40 (10), 1644-1667, 2019
262019
INNOVATION TENSIONS AND ORGANIZATIONAL AMBIDEXTERITY: TOWARD A COLLECTIVE PARADOX FRAME.
AE Ingram, MW Lewis, C Andriopoulos, M Gotsi
Academy of Management Proceedings 2008 (1), 1-6, 2008
222008
What Do Entrepreneurs Talk About When They Talk About Failure?
WB Gartner, AE Ingram
The 33rd Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC) 2013, 2013
212013
In‐office tympanostomy tube placement in children using iontophoresis and automated tube delivery
LR Lustig, A Ingram, DM Vidrine, AR Gould, JW Zeiders, RA Ow, ...
The Laryngoscope 130, S1-S9, 2020
172020
The interplay of core self-evaluation and entrepreneurial self-efficacy in predicting entrepreneurial orientation
WH Stewart Jr, WO Peake, AE Ingram
Journal of Small Business Management 61 (6), 2909-2937, 2023
112023
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