The emergence of firms, industries, and technologies.
Entrepreneurship ecosystems and infrastructure development.
Woolley, J.L., McGregor, N. 2022. Science, technology, and innovation policy timing and nanotechnology entrepreneurship and innovation. Plos One, https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article/authors?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0264856
Woolley, J.L., McGregor, N. 2021. The Influence of Incubator and Accelerator Participation on Nanotechnology Venture Success. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, https://doi.org/10.1177/10422587211024510
Woolley, J.L. 2021. Processes of Emergence and Change in Industry and Ecosystem Infrastructure. In Marshall Scott Poole & Andrew H. Van de Ven (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Organizational Change and Innovation (pp. 639-670). Oxford University Press.
Woolley, J.L. 2019. "Women Founders of STEM Firms in the US: Challenges and Opportunities to Attain Business Sustainability and Wellbeing." Exploring Wellbeing of Women in Entrepreneurship, A Global Perspective. Edited by: Lepeley, M., Kuschell, K., Eijdenberg, E., & Pouw, N. Taylor Francis.
Woolley, J.L. 2017. "The Backgrounds of Women Founders of STEM Firms: Success Factors." Academy of Management Proceedings.
Sarangee, K., Woolley, J.L., Schmidt, J., Long, E. 2014. "Stop Throwing Good Money After Bad! Techniques to De-escalate Commitment to Losing New Product Innovation Projects." PDMA Visions. 2: 13-16.
Woolley, J.L. 2014. "Opportunities for Social Value Creation across Supply Chain Interactions.” Emerging Research Directions in Social Entrepreneurship edited by Larry Pate and Charles Wankel. New York: Springer. pp 51-66.
Woolley, J.L. 2014. "Nascent Technology Entrepreneurship Supply Chain Emergence.” Handbook of Research on Techno-Entrepreneurship edited by François Thérin. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing. pp. 304-324.
Bruno, A.V., Woolley, J.L., & Carlson, E. 2014. "An Empirical Analysis of the Missions, Funding Sources, and Survival of Social Ventures.” In JHU Research Series on Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Theory and Empirical Research in Social Entrepreneurship edited by P. Phan, J. Kickul, M. Nordqvist. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing. pp. 174-190.
Madsen, T.L., Woolley, J.L., & Sarangee, K. 2014." Using Internet-based Collaboration Technologies for Innovation: Crowdsourcing vs. Expertsourcing." In New Directions in Management and Organization Theory edited by J. Miles. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp.283-314.
Alvarez, S.A., Young, S.L., & Woolley, J.L. 2011. "The Creation of the World's Deadliest Catch." Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 31 (25): 3.
Delbecq, A.L., Griffith, T.L., Madsen, T., & Woolley, J.L. 2010. "A Decision Process Model to Support Timely Organizational Innovation.” In P.C. Nutt & D. Wilson (Eds.) The Blackwell Handbook of Decision Making (pp. 197-230). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Woolley, J.L. 2009 "Innovation Policy in Emerging Domains of Activity: First-Mover Advantage or Curse?” In S.E. Cozzens & P. Catalán (Eds.) Proceedings of the 2009 Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy, (pp. 1-4).
Woolley, J.L. & Rottner, R.M. 2008. "Innovation Policy and Nanotechnology Entrepreneurship.” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 32(5): 791-811.
Schoonhoven, C.B. & Woolley, J.L. 2005. "Top Management Teams In An International Context.” In D.L. Shapiro, M.A. Von Glinow, & J.L.C. Cheng (Eds.) Managing Multinational Teams: Global Perspectives. Advances in International Management Research Series (Vol. 18, pp 251-280). Oxford: Elsevier/JAI.