Generating Business and Social Value from Digital Entrepreneurship and Innovation

  in Special Issue   Posted on December 28, 2016

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Special Issue Call for Papers:

There is a broad range of exciting questions that digital entrepreneurship and innovation evoke. Questions addressed by papers suitable for the special issue could include the following but by no means are limited to:

How can our theories better account for digital entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial action, and entrepreneurs?
How can artifact design in entrepreneurial processes inform new theories?
How can our research methods be developed to enable better understanding of digital entrepreneurship and innovation?
What is the critical institutional logics shaping digital entrepreneurship and innovation in organizations and societies? What are the implications for our theories of organizations? Of institutions?
What is the role of frugal innovation in digital entrepreneurship?
What are the innovation strategies and digital technologies advancing new forms of entrepreneurship?
What new digital methods, tools, and technologies are emerging for sensing business and social opportunities?
How is big data playing a role in digital entrepreneurship?
How is digital entrepreneurship interacting with and emerging various social network structures to create value?
What is the role of culture in digital entrepreneurship?
How are entrepreneurial activities building platforms, ecosystems, and other complex organizational forms?
How are incumbent firms leveraging digital entrepreneurship through digital innovation?
How is digital entrepreneurship shaping legal and policy frontiers?
How is creativity and play embodied in daily life of digital entrepreneurship?
How do new forms of entrepreneurship create value beyond monetization
How do entrepreneurs leverage digital platforms to achieve superior performance?
What is the role of platforms in facilitating or constraining digital entrepreneurship?
How should artifacts built in digital entrepreneurship settings be evaluated?

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