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Lakshmi Balachandra
Lakshmi Balachandra
Associate Professor, Entrepreneurship, Babson College
Adresse e-mail validée de babson.edu
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Do you see what I see? Signaling effects of gender and firm characteristics on financing entrepreneurial ventures
KA Eddleston, JJ Ladge, C Mitteness, L Balachandra
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 40 (3), 489-514, 2016
3792016
Don’t pitch like a girl!: How gender stereotypes influence investor decisions
L Balachandra, T Briggs, K Eddleston, C Brush
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 43 (1), 116-137, 2019
3552019
The gender gap in venture capital-progress, problems, and perspectives
C Brush, P Greene, L Balachandra, A Davis
Venture Capital 20 (2), 115-136, 2018
2212018
Women entrepreneurs 2014: bridging the gender gap in venture capital
C Brush, P Greene, L Balachandra, A Davis, AM Blank
Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship Babson College 28, 2014
1272014
Improvisation and negotiation: Expecting the unexpected
L Balachandra, RC Bordone, C Menkel‐Meadow, P Ringstrom, E Sarath
Negotiation journal 21 (4), 415-423, 2005
832005
The improvisational entrepreneur: Improvisation training in entrepreneurship education
L Balachandra
Journal of Small Business Management 57, 60-77, 2019
692019
Gender gymnastics in CEO succession: Masculinities, femininities and legitimacy
J Byrne, M Radu-Lefebvre, S Fattoum, L Balachandra
Organization Studies 42 (1), 129-159, 2021
632021
Pitch like a man: Gender stereotypes and entrepreneur pitch success
L Balachandra, AR Briggs, K Eddleston, C Brush
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 33 (8), 2, 2013
582013
Improvisation and teaching negotiation: Developing three essential skills
L Balachandra, M Crossan, L Devin, K Leary, B Patton
Negotiation Journal 21 (4), 435-441, 2005
492005
Do (women’s) words matter? The influence of gendered language in entrepreneurial pitching
L Balachandra, K Fischer, C Brush
Journal of Business Venturing Insights 15, e00224, 2021
482021
Rhetoric that wins clients: Entrepreneurial firms use of institutional logics when competing for resources
C Jones, R Livne-Tarandach, L Balachandra
Institutions and entrepreneurship, 183-218, 2010
442010
How gender biases drive venture capital decision-making: exploring the gender funding gap
L Balachandra
Gender in Management: An International Journal 35 (3), 261-273, 2020
372020
Whistle-blowing methods for navigating within and helping reform regulatory institutions
RP Nielsen
Journal of Business Ethics 112, 385-395, 2013
342013
Diana Report. Women Entrepreneurs 2014: Bridging the gender gap in venture capital. Arthur M
C Brush, PG Greene, L Balachandra, AE Davis
Blank Center for Entrepreneurship, Babson College, 2014
252014
Improvisation and mediation: balancing acts
L Balachandra, F Barrett, H Bellman, C Fisher, L Susskind
Negotiation Journal 21 (4), 425-434, 2005
252005
HOW CRITICAL CUES INFLUENCE ANGELS'INVESTMENT PREFERENCES.
L Balachandra, H Sapienza, D Kim
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 34 (1), 2014
192014
Women entrepreneurs 2014: bridging the gap in venture capital
CG Brush, PG Greene, L Balachandra, A Davis
Report sponsored by Ernst & Young, Wellesley: Babson College, 2014
182014
Negotiating the Pandemic Like an Entrepreneur: Lessons from the Turbulent World of Start‐Up Ventures
M Manwaring, A Weirup, L Balachandra
Negotiation Journal 37 (2), 193-202, 2021
132021
Investing in the power of women. Progress report on the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Initiative
C Brush, L Balachandra, A Davis, PG Greene
Babson College. Accessed October 2, 2015, 2014
132014
Women for women in entrepreneurship: understanding the role of other women for women’s entrepreneurship
L Balachandra, P Dublish
Go-to-Market Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs: Creating and Exploring …, 2019
102019
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