Martine Hlady Rispal

Martine Hlady Rispal
University of Limoges | UNILIM · IAE

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Introduction
Martine Hlady Rispal currently works at the IAE, University of Limoges. Martine does research in Pedagogic Theory, Educational Management and Educational Leadership. Among current projects is qualitative research and entrepreneurship; bricolage, effectuation and causation ; BM and born globals....'

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This editorial offers ways to develop qualitative studies in entrepreneurship research. We indicate why and how qualitative methods clearly and distinctively contribute to the understanding of current entrepreneurship challenges using examples from the articles in this Special Issue and from other recent qualitative research. We provide a synthesis...
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New entrepreneurial logics such as effectuation, bricolage, and causation have become increasingly important in the entrepreneurship literature since the early 2000s. Whereas several studies have shown the compatibility of the three logics over time, few have focused on their combination in the context of the emergence and subsequent international...
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This paper analyses the theoretical and empirical specificities of clusters in luxury industries. These clusters are rooted in rich traditional regions and differ from classic clusters through unique projects based on excellence and ‘artification’. We use a comparative case study of two French luxury clusters: spirits in Cognac and leather in Périg...
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This article accounts for how luxury clusters potentially enable positive value flows for their regions, local handcraft small and medium enterprises (SMEs), and global customers. Based on this framework, luxury clusters are viewed as a distinct type of growth pole, with respect to the value flows taking place between their distinct offer, their op...
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In response to recent calls for contributions on the singular processes of social entrepreneurship, this paper examines how the combination of causation, effectuation, and bricolage changes over a particular venture’s life cycle. It also analyses the factors responsible for such shifts in the approach. Using a longitudinal case study of a Colombian...
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According to existing literature, the core of social entrepreneurship (SE) knowledge is evolving and, as such, it has made important contributions to theoretical definitions and essential characterizations. However, more theoretical issues need to be addressed before the SE field can be fully explained and understood. In particular, the authors obs...
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The business model (BM) – a representation of a venture’s core logic for creating value – is an emergent construct of interest in social entrepreneurship research. While the BM concept is normally associated with financial objectives, socio-entrepreneurial BMs are uniquely identifiable by their social value propositions, by their intended target ma...
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Alors que l’essentiel des recherches empiriques conduites dans le domaine de l’entrepreneuriat adoptent désormais des méthodes de nature quantitative, l’objectif de cet article est de montrer comment les méthodes qualitatives peuvent distinctement concourir à enrichir le champ. Plus particulièrement, l’étude opère une recension systématique de 139...
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Whereas today the vast majority of entrepreneurship research adopts quantitative methods, the aim of this paper is to demonstrate how qualitative research can clearly and distinctly contribute to the field. More specifically, this study systematically reviews 160 qualitative articles published in three journals: the Journal of Business Venturing (J...
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We use the international entrepreneurial orientation construct and network support to understand the internationalisation process of subcontracting established small businesses. This is useful because if there is an abundant literature calling upon the variables independently, a gap subsists concerning their relative roles. In a multiple case study...
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Though recent assessments of the entrepreneurship field scan the focus, models, purpose, techniques, and data of articles, one area receives less attention: the study of qualitative papers in entrepreneurship, more specifically epistemological frameworks and data analysis methods. This review includes all 111 qualitative papers published between 20...
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We use the entrepreneurial orientation construct to understand entrepreneurship in the context of subcontracting established small businesses in their efforts to export. This is useful because these firms, considering their age and activity, may be considered as un- entrepreneurial. In a multiple case study approach, we find first that the three in...
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Comment de petites entités peuvent-elles repérer et gérer des relations asymétriques dans un secteur complexe tel que celui de l’insertion par l’activité économique (IAE) ? Au moyen de cinq études de cas encastrés, l’article examine l’interdépendance de différentes entités oeuvrant en faveur de la réinsertion de personnes en grande difficulté et pe...
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La notion de Business Model (BM dans la suite du texte) est apparue avec les start-up sur Internet. L’equipe de onze chercheurs reunie pour ce projet s’est appuyee sur une theorisation du BM dans ce contexte de creation d’entreprise. Cet article apprecie la pertinence de cette theorisation dans le contexte d’entreprises etablies. Le travail s’est i...
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Entrepreneurial Orientation is a key concept of Entrepreneurship and International Entrepreneurship. Primarily used to understand the international development of rapidly internationalizing high-tech SME, it also can be mobilized to analyze the internationalization process of traditional SMI. The research used a qualitative methodology focusing on...
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Dans quelle mesure le comportement entrepreneurial de la PMI sous-traitante affecte-t-il la manière dont elle s’internationalise ? L’article se fonde sur une étude des modalités et du processus d’internationalisation des PMI sous-traitantes françaises menée dans le cadre d’un travail multiméthodes. Il montre que la subordination économique du sous-...
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Résumé Dans quelle mesure le comportement entrepreneurial de la PMI sous-traitante affecte-t-il la manière dont elle s'internationalise ? L'article se fonde sur une étude des modalités et du processus d'internationalisation des PMI sous-traitantes françaises menée dans le cadre d'un travail multi-méthodes. Il montre que la subordination économique...
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Résumé L'entreprise solidaire autorise une nouvelle forme d'activité économique promue par des acteurs sociaux qui ont d'autres préoccupations premières que la recherche du profit. Le texte présente une vue à la fois synthétique et plurielle des origines possibles de la création d'entreprises en économie solidaire puis circonscrit ce champ d'activi...

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R1 : see the coherence between method and academic topic R2 : observe how the three management behaviors interact R3 : test a grid we elaborated with my co-author