To strengthen the long-term realization of entrepreneurship's economic, innovative and societal potential, this research program - implemented through an innovative mixed-methods approach that includes actor-partner-interdependence approaches, meta analyses, and machine learning approaches – aims to develop relevant and interesting new knowledge about the antecedents and consequences of
Examples of outputs from this fields of expertise in the form of peer-reviewed journal publications:
Research focus on personality, emotions, health
Stephan, U., Rauch, A. & Hatak, I. (2022). Happy Entrepreneurs? Everywhere? A Meta-Analysis of Entrepreneurship and Wellbeing across Institutional Contexts. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, DOI: 10.1177/10422587211072799.
Hatak, I. & Zhou, H. (2021). Health as Human Capital in Entrepreneurship: Individual, Extension, and Substitution Effects on Entrepreneurial Success. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 45 (1): 18-42
Wiklund, J., Hatak, I., Lerner, D. A., Verheul, I., Thurik, R. & Antshel, K. (2020). Entrepreneurship, Clinical Psychology and Mental Health: An Exciting and Promising New Field of Research. Academy of Management Perspectives, 34(2): 291-295.
Caniëls, M.C.J. & Hatak, I. (2019). Employee Resilience: Considering both the Social side and the Economic Side of Leader-Follower Exchanges in Conjunction with the Dark Side of Followers’ Personality. The International Journal of Human Resource Management: DOI: 10.1080/09585192.2019.1695648
Wiklund, J., Hatak, I., Patzelt, H. & Shepherd, D. (2018). Mental Disorders in the Entrepreneurial Context: When Being Different Can Be an Advantage. Academy of Management Perspectives, 32 (2): 182-206.
Research focus on entrepreneurial behaviour
Fink, M., Gartner, J., Harms, R. & Hatak, I. (2022). Ethical Orientation and Research Misconduct Among Business Researchers Under the Condition of Autonomy and Competition. Journal of Business Ethics, DOI: 10.1007/s10551-022-05043-y.
Zeithaml, V.A., Verleye, K., Hatak, I., Koller, M. & Zauner, A. (2020). Three Decades of Customer Value Research: Paradigmatic Roots and Future Research Avenues. Journal of Service Research, 23(4): 409-432. (awarded Best Paper, out of all papers published in 2020 in Journal of Service Research).
Rosenbusch, N., Gusenbauer, M., Hatak, I., Fink, M. & Meyer, K. (2019). Innovation Offshoring, Institutional Context and Innovation Performance: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Management Studies, 56 (1): 203-233. (top 10% most downloaded papers, 2018-2019)
Skute, I., Zalewska-Kurek, K., Hatak, I. & de Weerd-Nederhof, P. (2019). Mapping the Field: A Bibliometric Analysis of the Literature on University-Industry Collaborations. Journal of Technology Transfer, 44(3): 916-947.
Eggers, F., Hatak, I., Kraus, S. & Niemand, T. (2017). Technologies That Support Marketing and Market Development in SMEs—Evidence from Social Networks. Journal of Small Business Management, 55 (2): 270-302.
Rauch, A. & Hatak, I. (2016). Human Resource Management in Small and Medium Sized Firms: A Meta-Analysis of the Relationships between Different HRM Practices and Firm Performance. Journal of Business Venturing, 31 (5): 485-504.
We are not only interested in generating novel interesting and robust knowledge ideally enriching and stimulating the academic discourse in leading international journals, but are also highly committed to making our knowledge available to our students and (entrepreneurial) practice:
in the context of HSG lectures
in the context of executive education
in the context of guest lectures
in cooperation with media partners
at scientific conferences