Jennifer L. Woolley, Ph.D.
The emergence of firms, industries, and technologies.
Entrepreneurship ecosystems and infrastructure development.
Woolley, J.L. Forthcoming. Getting along with Frenemies: Enhancing Multi-competitor Coopetition Governance through Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain. Industry and Innovation
Woolley, J. L., Pozner, J. E., & DeSoucey, M. 2022. Raising the Bar: Values-Driven Niche Creation in US Bean-to-Bar Chocolate. Strategy Science, 7(1), 27-55. https://doi.org/10.1287/stsc.2021.0147
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. 2022. Spirituality and Entrepreneurship - Friend or Foe? The Mindset, https://www.scu.edu/cioccacenter/resources/the-mindset/
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.
Alvarez, S.A., Young, S.L., & Woolley, J.L. 2020. "Creating the World’s Deadliest Catch: The Process of Enrolling Stakeholders in an Uncertain Endeavor." Business and Society. 59(2), 287-321.
Woolley, J.L. 2019. "Gender, Education, and Occupation: How Founder Experiences Influence Firm Outcomes.” Academy of Management Discoveries. 5(3), 266-290.
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. "Origins and Outcomes: The roles of spinoff founders and intellectual property in high technology venture outcomes." Academy of Management Discoveries, 3 (1): 64-90.
Woolley, J.L. 2017. "Infrastructure for Entrepreneurship" Oxford Research Encyclopedia: Business and Management, DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190224851.013.33
Woolley, J.L. 2017. "The Backgrounds of Women Founders of STEM Firms: Success Factors." Academy of Management Proceedings.
Alvarez, S.A., Young, S.L., & Woolley, J.L. 2015. "Opportunities and institutions: A co-creation story of the king crab industry." Journal of Business Venturing, 30: 95-112.
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. "The Creation and Configuration of Infrastructure for Entrepreneurship in Emerging Domains of Activity.” Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 38 (4): 721-747.
Sarangee, K., Woolley, J.L., Schmidt, J., Long, E. 2014. "De-escalation Mechanisms in High Technology Product Innovation." Journal of Product Innovation Management, 31(5): 1023–1038.
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.
Woolley, J.L., Bruno, A.V., & Carlson, E. 2013. "Social Venture Business Model Archtypes.” Journal of Management for Global Sustainability 1(2): 7-30.
Granqvist, N., Grodal, S., & Woolley, J.L. 2013. "Hedging Your Bets: Explaining Executives’ Labeling Strategies in Nanotechnology.” Organization Science 24(2) 395-413.
Woolley, J.L. 2011. "Studying the Emergence of New Organizations: Entrepreneurship Research Design.” Entrepreneurship Research Journal, 1 (1) Article 5.
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.
Woolley, J.L. 2010. "Technology Emergence through Entrepreneurship across Multiple Industries.” Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 4 (1) 1-21.
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.