Rodrigo Isidor

Rodrigo Isidor
University of Bayreuth · Faculty of Law, Business Administration and Economics

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September 2016 - present
Universität Passau
Position
  • Deputy Professor
September 2016 - present
Universität Passau
Position
  • Deputy Professor
April 2013 - August 2016
Universität Paderborn
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (39)
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Das Institut für Entrepreneurship & Innovation der Universität Bayreuth hat zum Ende des Jahres 2021 unter der wissenschaftlichen Leitung von Prof. Dr. Rodrigo Isidor und Prof. Dr. Matthias Baum in Zusammenarbeit mit dem August-Wilhelm Scheer Institut für digitale Produkte und Prozesse gGmbH den Intrapreneurship-Monitor 2021 veröffentlicht, die der...
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The present study updates and extends the meta-analysis by Haus et al. (2013) who applied the theory of planned behavior (TPB) to analyze gender differences in the motivation to start a business. We extend this meta-analysis by investigating the moderating role of the societal context in which the motivation to start a business emerges and proceeds...
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Meta-analyses are an important part of the methodological inventory for the synthesis of empirical findings and the derivation of evidence-based measures. So far, univariate approaches have dominated, which aim at the integration and analysis of individual effect sizes and are, thus, of limited value for testing multivariate (causal) relationships....
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Zusammenfassung. Meta-analytische Ansätze gehören in der Psychologie inzwischen zum einschlägigen Methodeninventar zur Synthese empirischer Befunde und zur Ableitung evidenz-basierter Maßnahmen. Bisher dominieren univariate Ansätze, welche auf die Integration und Analyse einzelner Effektstärken abzielen und damit zur Prüfung multivariater (Kausal–)...
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Drawing on the information processing perspective, this paper investigates how young adults' attitudes toward entrepreneurship are shaped by their beliefs about the role and activities of entrepreneurs. Our first study (N = 129) reveals that young adults hold a biased set of beliefs. They believe that entrepreneurship affords agentic aspects (e.g.,...
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The article conducts a meta–analysis on the relationship between internationalization and firm performance in international entrepreneurship. Empirical evidence from 15,648 internationalizing entrepreneurial firms nested in 43 independent samples reveals a positive relationship between degree and scope of internationalization and performance. Knowl...
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We examine the relationship between immigrant share and entrepreneurial activities in a country. Building on knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship (KSTE), we hypothesize that immigrant share positively relates to the creation, growth, and export activities of new firms through knowledge spillover between immigrant and native communities. W...
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The article conducts a meta–analysis on the relationship between internationalization and firm performance in international entrepreneurship. Empirical evidence from 15,648 internationalizing entrepreneurial firms nested in 43 independent samples reveals a positive relationship between degree and scope of internationalization and performance. Knowl...
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While the expatriate management literature has shown the importance of the cultural context for expatriate adjustment, empirical evidence on the role of cultural distance remains mixed. We corroborate the expatriate management literature by developing a conceptual rationale for different mechanisms (underestimation effect, motivation and support ef...
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Kiss, A. N., Fernhaber, S., & McDougall–Covin, P. P. (2018). Slack, Innovation, and Export Intensity: Implications for Small– and Medium–Sized Enterprises. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. Jiang, H., Cannella, A. A., & Jiao, J. (2018). Does Desperation Breed Deceiver? A Behavioral Model of New Venture Opportunism. Entrepreneurship Theory and P...
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Purpose – Demographic changes increase age diversity (AD) within organizations and teams. However, previous studies show inconsistent results. The goal of the current study is to take stock of the literature and conduct a quantitative review of the relationship between AD and the most essential team outcomes. Design/methodology/approach – We quanti...
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The impact of gender diversity on team performance has become a central topic in the field of human resource management (HRM) for researchers and practitioners alike. Extant research provides conflicting evidence on the relationship between gender diversity and team performance. To resolve these contradictory findings, we meta-analyze the relations...
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Despite considerable research, empirical findings on the relationship between Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE) (i.e., strategic renewal, innovation and corporate venturing) and performance remain inconclusive. Using a meta-analysis, the present paper synthesizes prior literature regarding the CE-performance relationship of 43 independent samples inc...
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Prior literature on international joint ventures (IJVs) has primarily focused on different stages of the IJV process such as the initiation or reconfiguration stage. However, extant research has largely neglected how changes from one stage to another impact on the stability of IJVs. To advance existing knowledge in the field, the present study link...
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Despite considerable research, empirical findings on the relationship between Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE) (i.e., strategic renewal, innovation and corporate venturing) and performance remain inconclusive. Using a meta-analysis, the present paper synthesizes prior literature regarding the CE-performance relationship of 43 independent samples inc...
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We examine the relationship between immigrant concentration and entrepreneurial activities in a country. Building on the role of knowledge in entrepreneurship, we hypothesize that immigrant concentration is positively related to the prevalence of total, growth-oriented, and export-oriented entrepreneurial activities through the influx of immigrants...
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The present study investigates whether the assumptions of the Transtheoretical Model (TTM) can be used as a framework to describe psychological change processes relevant to potential and active entrepreneurs. A sample of 820 participants completed an online questionnaire assessing stages of change, costs and benefits of entrepreneurship (decisional...
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Drawing on transaction cost economics (TCE) and social exchange theory (SET), we develop and test an integrative model of strategic alliance performance using meta-analytic structural equation modelling. Results reveal that TCE’s key constructs (e.g., relationship specific investments, opportunism, and environmental uncertainty) influence SET’s key...
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Ein Zusammenhang zwischen Teamdiversität und Leistung konnte trotz intensiver Forschung in den letzten Jahrzehnten nicht belegt werden. Manche empirische Studien weisen eine positive signifikante Beziehung mit der Teamleistung auf, während andere wiederum eine negative oder nicht signifikante Beziehung mit der Teamleistung aufweisen. Basierend auf...
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The utilization of interim management increases steadily. However, its impact on firms’ flexibility and performance remains unclear. Drawing on the flexible firm model, we derive hypotheses for the influence of interim management utilization on the firm’s functional, numerical, and financial flexibility. We test the hypotheses on a dataset of 294 G...
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Meta-analytical structural equation models (MASEM) have become and interesting advancement to simple bivariate meta-analyses that suffer from omitted variable bias. In contrast, MASEM offer the possibility to specify complex causal structures and to test the viability of these structures. In addition, MASEM can shed light into research fields that...
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Purpose – Although the percentage of female entrepreneurs has increased over the past several years, it is far below the level of males. Drawing on the theory of planned behavior and role congruity theory, the purpose of this paper is to specify a model in which the relationship between gender and EI is mediated by three essential motivational cons...
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Zur umfassenden Untersuchung der Erfolgsfaktoren von Internationalen Joint Ventures (IJVs) werden in der vorliegenden Arbeit 106 Studien mit insgesamt 32.318 Unternehmen meta-analytisch integriert. Die Ergebnisse der Studie zeigen, dass sowohl Erfolgsfaktoren auf Part-ner-Ebene (operationaler-, strategischer Fit und Partner-Erfahrung) als auch auf...
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Schwartz' theory of human values has found widespread interest in the social sciences. A central part of the theory is that the 10 proposed basic values (i.e., achievement, power, self-direction, hedonism, stimulation, benevolence, universalism, conformity, security, and tradi-tion) are arranged in a circular structure. The present study applies a...
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In der Organisationsforschung zählt der Erfolg („Performance“) zu den wohl am häufigsten verwendeten abhängigen Variablen. Trotz der vielen Forschungsbemühungen gibt es dennoch keine einheitliche Definition dieses latenten Konstrukts (Rogers/Wright 1998, S. 314; March/Sutton 1997, S. 699). So besteht bis heute kein Konsens darüber, wie Erfolg gemes...
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The present study focuses on the international staffing of early internationalizers by linking the Ethnocentric, Polycentric, Regiocentric, and Geocentric (EPRG) concept with the Process Theories of Internationalization. On a dataset of 116 (N) German medium-sized companies, we test whether the determinants which allow firms to internationalize sho...
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Research on the internationalization of the firm is manifold. Internationalization offers the firm market opportunities that help to realize economies of scale and scope (Caves 1996), to learn from international markets (Kogut/Zander 1995), to exploit interrelations between business segments and geographic areas (Porter 1990, Hamel 1991, Hitt et al...
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International Entrepreneurship (IE) research has attracted considerable attention over the last 20 years. However, empirical research on determinants of internationalization and on the internationalization-performance relationship shows controversial results. This meta-analysis synthesizes empirical findings in order to find whether and under which...

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