Julia Katharina Binder

Julia Katharina Binder
IMD

PhD

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March 2017 - present
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Position
  • PhD Student
January 2013 - February 2017
Technische Universität München
Position
  • PhD Student

Publications

Publications (14)
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In this study, we move beyond the predominant focus entrepreneurship researchers have put on the acquisition of financial capital from professional investors by exploring how, and with what effects, entrepreneurs can mobilize all required resources—financial, human, physical, and social—from local communities. Our temporal analysis of the resource...
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Crowdfunding has emerged as an important alternative financing tool for entrepreneurs. Extant research on the antecedents of crowdfunding success have produced divergent results. By applying the cross-disciplinary lens of strategic linguistic framing, that is, framing campaign messages in a way that is salient and that resonates with the values of...
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Experimental methods provide important advantages for advancing academic understanding of entrepreneurship. Yet, the complex and comingled relationships between some of entrepreneurship's key characteristics pose thorny methodological challenges to entrepreneurship researchers – notably to negotiate important tradeoffs between the ideals of externa...
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Sustainable entrepreneurship describes the nexus between sustainable development and entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs aspire to create viable market solutions and intend to act as change agents who realize and exploit opportunities for sustainable development. As such, this chapter outlines three common conceptual views to approach the intersection...
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Will the Covid-19 pandemic change peoples’ opinions about business responsibility? The future is by no means clear. On the one hand, the pandemic seems to be accelerating the transition towards a sustainable economy and creating alternative forms of doing business. If this continues, the pandemic might break old routines and ultimately generate new...
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Sustainable entrepreneurship pursues a triple bottom line approach of economic, social and ecological goals. The main aim of this paper is to add to our understanding of the process of sustainable entrepreneurship. Since the field of sustainable entrepreneurship is in a nascent stage, we conduct a qualitative study. We employ a multiple case study...
Chapter
The aims of this book chapter are to give an overview of and to add clarity to the emerging field of sustainable entrepreneurship research. As a disparity in the terminology and understanding of sustainable entrepreneurship exists, the motivation is to give an answer to the following (deceivingly simple) question: What is sustainable entrepreneursh...
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Last year, we asked: Why is that presentations on “neuro-entrepreneurship” are so well-attended (and applauded) yet little traction has really occurred? Similarly, we asked why it was that in entrepreneurship we hear a regular drumbeat calling for nurturing the entrepreneurial mindset yet we see little progress in rigorously defining that. Nor do w...
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Sustainable entrepreneurship pursues a triple bottom line approach of economic, social and ecological goals. The main aim of this paper is to add to our understanding of the process of sustainable entrepreneurship. Since the field of sustainable entrepreneurship is in a nascent stage, we conduct a qualitative study. We employ a multiple case study...
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Sustainability Entrepreneurship (sometimes also referred to as “Sustainable Entrepreneurship”) is an emerging stream of research. We define sustainability entrepreneurship as the process of recognising, developing and exploiting entrepreneurial opportunities that create economic, ecological, and social value. Up to date the academic discourse on su...
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Despite the prevalence of sustainable development on political and public agendas in the last 25 years, current production and consumption practices are not sustainable and contribute to the degradation of the natural environment. An emerging stream of research has recently gained considerable attention as it posits that entrepreneurship provides a...

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Projects (2)
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End users, co-innovation, user integration, user sustainability innovation, user sustainability entrepreneurship, sustainability innovations, sustainable products and services, sustainable lifestyles