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Carl H. Lindner College of BusinessCarl H. Lindner College of BusinessUniversity of Cincinnati

Carl H. Lindner College of Business

Charles Matthews

Distinguished Teaching Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy
Professional Summary
Charles  Matthews
Dr. Matthews is an internationally recognized scholar and innovative teacher in the field of entrepreneurship. An award winning teacher, he was awarded the title Distinguished Teaching Professor in 2006.
Contact Information
E-mail:
Office:
510 Carl H. Lindner Hall
Phone:
513-556-7123
Fax:
513-556-5499
Teaching Interest
  • Entrepreneurship; Small Business; Family Business; Strategic Management; Entrepreneurship and E-Business; Global Entrepreneurship; Technology Entrepreneurship.
Research Interest
  • Entrepreneurship, strategic decision-making, corporate venturing, family firm succession, international business, opportunity recognition, and the scholarship of teaching and learning.
History

Institution:
University of Cincinnati
Title:
Distinguished University Teaching Professor


Institution:
College of Business, University of Cincinnati
Title:
Professor of Entrepreneurship & Strategic Management


Institution:
Viaduct Ventures LLC
Title:
Founder


Institution:
Small Business Institute®
Title:
Certified Small Business Counselor (CSBC)


Institution:
U.C. Center for Entrepreneurship Education and Research, CoB
Title:
Executive Director


Institution:
Small Business Institute®, CoB
Title:
Director


Institution:
University of Cincinnati
Title:


Institution:
John Matthews Motors, Inc.
Title:
President
End Date:
2004-12-31


Institution:
College of Business, University of Cincinnati
Title:
Associate Professor of Management
End Date:
2004-12-31


Institution:
College of Business, University of Cincinnati
Title:
Assistant Professor of Management
End Date:
1996-12-31


Institution:
College of Business, University of Cincinnati
Title:
Ph.D. Grad. Asst., Department of Management
End Date:
1990-12-31


Institution:
College of Business, University of Cincinnati
Title:
Instructor in Management
End Date:
1986-12-31


Institution:
College of Business, University of Cincinnati
Title:
Lecturer on Management
End Date:
1986-12-31


Institution:
UC Foundation
Title:
Associate Director, Corporate Development
End Date:
1983-12-31


Institution:
College of Business, University of Cincinnati
Title:
Academic Advisor/Counselor
End Date:
1981-12-31


Institution:
Edgecliff College
Title:
Assistant Director of Admissions
End Date:
1977-12-31


Institution:
Price Hill Camera Company
Title:
End Date:
1975-12-31


Assignments

Description
Executive Director, Center for Entrepreneurship Education & Research; oversee E-Center Programs, SBI and SBDC programs.
Dates:
1997-09-01 - 2013-06-01



Awards | Honors

Organization:
University of Cincinnati
Name:
Academy of Fellows for Teaching & Learning


Organization:
College of Business Administration, voted by the MBA Student Association, University of Cincinnati
Name:
Best Professor Award


Organization:
Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge
Name:
Nominated for the Leavey Award for Excellence in Private Enterprise Education


Organization:
Department of Management, voted by the MBA Student Association, University of Cincinnati
Name:
Outstanding Professor Award


Organization:
Edgecliff College
Name:
President, Student Government


Name:
PSI CHI, National Honor Society for Students in Psychology.


Name:
Recipient, Full Tuition University of Cincinnati Graduate Scholarship


Name:
Small Business Institute District Best Case Awards


Organization:
CBA, University of Cincinnati
Name:
Summer Faculty Research Fellowship


Organization:
Graduate School of the University of Cincinnati
Name:
Fellow of the Graduate School
Year Received:
2017


Organization:
Academy of Management (AoM) Entrepreneurship Div.
Name:
Mentor Award
Year Received:
2016


Organization:
Online Schools Ohio
Name:
Named one of the Top 22 Business Professors in the State of Ohio 2013
Year Received:
2013


Organization:
Qingdao Feiyang Vocational and Technical College, Qingdao, China
Name:
Honorary President, Feiyang Entrepreneurship Management School
Year Received:
2011


Organization:
Edgecliff College Alumni Association
Name:
Sister Mary Virginia Sullivan Award
Year Received:
2010


Organization:
Small Business Institute®
Name:
1st Place National Small Business Institute® Case of the Year
Year Received:
2008


Organization:
Acton Foundation
Name:
Acton Foundation Teacher of the Year Award in Entrepreneurship
Year Received:
2007


Name:
University of Cincinnati Distinguished Teaching Professorship
Year Received:
2005


Name:
United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE)
Year Received:
2003


Name:
EXCEL Award for exceptional dedication and outstanding contribution to graduate education
Year Received:
2001


Name:
Homer L. Saunders Mentor Award
Year Received:
2001


Name:
Small Business Institute Directors’ Association (SBIDA)
Year Received:
2000


Organization:
42nd Annual Meeting of the International Council for Small Business
Name:
Best Practitioner Entrepreneurship Paper
Year Received:
1997


Name:
Malone Fellowship
Year Received:
1997


Organization:
10th Annual Meeting of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE),
Name:
Best Conceptual Paper/Coleman Foundation Award
Year Received:
1996


Organization:
CBA, University of Cincinnati
Name:
Commencement Speaker, MBA Hooding Ceremony
Year Received:
1996


Organization:
9th Annual Meeting of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE)
Name:
Best Empirical Paper/Coleman Foundation Award
Year Received:
1995


Organization:
College of Business Administration
Name:
Recipient, Grilliot Award for Exemplary Service
Year Received:
1995


Organization:
National Council, Boy Scouts of America
Name:
Recipient, The Silver Beaver Award
Year Received:
1995


Organization:
, Exploring Division, Dan Beard Council, Boy Scouts of America
Name:
Recipient, The Bronze Big Horn Award
Year Received:
1993


Name:
Recipient, Small Business Institute Directors' Association Showcase Award
Year Received:
1992


Organization:
Small Business Institute Directors' Association Annual Meeting
Name:
Second Runner-up, Distinguished Paper Competition
Year Received:
1991


Name:
Recipient, University of Cincinnati Research Council, Summer Research Fellowship
Year Received:
1988


Organization:
Academy of Managemen
Name:
Participant, Doctoral Consortium, Business Policy and Planning Division
Year Received:
1988


Organization:
Dan Beard Council
Name:
Recipient, 1985 Exploring Excellence Award
Year Received:
1985


Education

Institution:
Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce
Location:
Cincinnati, OH
Major:
Leadership
Completed:
2013
Degree:
Other


Institution:
University of Cincinnati
Location:
Cincinnati, Ohio
Major:
Management
Dissertation:
Small Firm Strategic Planning: Strategy, Environment, and Performance
Completed:
1990
Degree:
Ph D


Institution:
Xavier University
Location:
Cincinnati, Ohio
Major:
Management
Completed:
1979
Degree:
MBA


Institution:
Edgecliff College (Xavier University)
Location:
Cincinnati, Ohio
Major:
Psychology
Completed:
1975
Degree:
BA


Published Contributions

Yuzhen Zhou, Charles Matthews,  (2017). New Venture Funding: Identifying a Founder-Funder Exchange Model (FFX). International Council for Small Business (ICSB), .


Yuzhen Zhou, Charles  Matthews,  (2016). The Role of a Multi-team System Approach: Exploring Entrepreneurship as a Team. Proceedings of RENT XXX , .


Charles Matthews, Yuzhen Zhou,  (2016). Entrepreneurship as a Team: A Multi-Team Systems Approach and Government Implications. Proceedings of the Rencontres de St. Gallen Annual Research in Entrepreneutship Conference, .


Diana Hechavarria, Charles Matthews, Paul Reynolds,  (2016). How does start-up financing influence start-up speed? Evidence from the panel of entrepreneurship dynamics. Small Business Economics, Springer, 137-167.


Charles Matthews,  (2016). Entrepreneurship as a Team: Exploring the role of a Multi-team Systems Approach. 61st Annual World Conference of the International Council for Small Business, .


Charles Matthews,  (2015). Early Influences and Entrepreneurial Intent: Examining the role of education, experience and advice networks. Journal of Small Busienss Strategy, 1-20.


Charles Matthews, Ralph Brueggemann,  (2015). Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Routledge, .


Charles Matthews,  (2015). Opportunity Unchained: Seeking Success. Small Business in a Global Economy: Creating and Managing Sucessful Organizations, .


Charles Matthews, Mark Schenkel, Matthew Ford, Sherrie Human,  (2013). Financing Complexity and Sophistication in Nascent Ventures. Journal of Small Business Strategy, 15-29.


Mark Schenkel, Rodney D'Souza, Charles Matthews,  (2012). Entrepreneurial Capital: Examining Linkages in Human and Social Capital of New Ventures. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, .


Diana Hechavarria, Mya Renko, Charles Matthews,  (2012). Entrepreneurial Capital: Examining Linkages in Human and Social Capital of New Ventures. Small Business Economics, 685-701.


Diana Hechavarria, Amy Ingram, Jeremy Woods, Sid Barton, Charles Matthews,  (2011). "Rules of Conduct": Applying Deference and Demeanor to Understand Status Inconsistency and Role Conflict in Family Firms. USASBE Conference, .


Sherrie Human, Tom Clark, Charles Matthews, Candace Gunnarsonn, Julie Stewart,  (2010). A Comparative Examination of Career and Start-up Expectations in South Korea, Ukraine, and United States. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, 29-46.


S. Human, T. Clark, Charles Matthews, C. Gunnarson, J. Stewart,  (2009). Exploring Entrepreneurial Career Interests: A Cross-Cultural Comparison.. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, .


Mark Schenkel, Charles Matthews, Matthew Ford,  (2009). "Making rational use of 'irrationality'? Exploring the role of need for cognitive closure in nascent entrepreneurial activity.". Entrepreneurship & Regional Management, 51-76.


B. Smith, Charles Matthews, Mark Schenkel,  (2009). Differences in Entreprenerial Opportunities: The Role of Tacitness and Codification in Opportunity Indentification. Journal of Small Business Management, 38-57.


K. Heriot, R. Cook, Charles Matthews, L. Simpson,  (2007). Creating Active and High-Impact Learning. Industry & Higher Education, 427-434.


James Evans, P.R. Stephens, Charles Matthews,  (2005). Importance and Implementation of Baldridge Practices for Small Businesses. Quality Management Journal, 21-38.


S. Human, Charles Matthews,  (2004). Future Expectations for the New Business. Handbook of Entrepreneurial Dynamic: The Process of Business Creation: Sage Publications, 386-400.


M. Ford, Charles Matthews,  (2004). Individual Problem Solving and the PSED Study. Handbook of Entrepreneurial Dynamic: The Process of Business Creation :Sage Publications, 196-204.


James Evans, M Ford, Charles Matthews,  (2004). Linking Self-Assessment to the External Environment: An Exploratory Study. International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 1175-1187.


Charles Matthews, S. Human,  (2004). The Economic and Community Context for Entrepreneurship: Perceived Environmental Uncertainty Items in the PSED Questionnaire. Handbook of Entrepreneurial Dynamic: The Process of Business Creation :Sage Publications, 421-429.


Charles Matthews, S. Human,  (2004). The Family Background Items in the PSED Questionnaire. The Family Background Items in the PSED Questionnaire: Sage Publications, 94-103.


Charles Matthews,  (2001). Weekly Column on Small, Entrepreneurial, and Family Business. The Cincinnati Post, .


D. McConaughy, Charles Matthews, A. Fialko,  (2001). Founding Family Controlled Firms: Efficiency, Risk, and Value. Journal of Small Business Management, .


M. Ford, James Evans, Charles Matthews, G. Burchill,  (2001). Theoretical Foundations of the Seven Infrastructures Model.. Center for Quality of Management Journal, 51-75.


Charles Matthews,  (2000). Weekly Column on Small, Entrepreneurial, and Family Business. The Cincinnati Post, .


Charles Matthews,  (1999). Weekly Column on Small, Entrepreneurial, and Family Business. The Cincinnati Post, .


Charles Matthews, T. Moore, A. Fialko,  (1999). Succession in the Family Firm: A Cognitive Categorization Perspective. Family Business Review, 159-170.


Charles Matthews,  (1998). Weekly Column on Small, Entrepreneurial, and Family Business. The Cincinnati Post, .


Charles Matthews,  (1998). The Small Business Institute Program: High Impact Entrepreneurship Education. Journal of Small Business Strategy, .


Charles Matthews, Q Xiaodong, G. Franklin,  (1996). Stepping Toward Prosperity: The Development of Entrepreneurial Ventures in China and Russia. Journal of Small Business Management, .


Charles Matthews, S. Moser,  (1996). A Longitudinal Investigation of the Impact of Family Background and Gender on Interest in Small Firm Ownership. Journal of Small Business Management, .


Charles Matthews, S Moser,  (1995). Family Background and Gender: Implications for Interest in Small Firm Ownership. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, .


Charles Matthews, S. Scott,  (1995). Uncertainty and Planning in Small and Entrepreneurial Firms: An Empirical Assessment. Journal of Small Business Management, .


Sid Barton, Charles Matthews, D Vasudevan, Ratee Apana,  (1994). Capital Structure Decision Making in Privately Held Firms: Beyond the Finance Paradigm. Family Business Review, 349-368.


Charles Matthews, M. Daley,  (1994). SBI Has Impact on Greater Cincinnati Businesses. The Goering Center for Family/Private Business, .


Charles Matthews,  (1991). Investigate SBI Program to Find New Ideas, New Talent. The Family Business Report, .


Charles Matthews, Sid Barton,  (1991). Small Firm Financing: Implications from the Strategic Management Perspective. Journal of Small Business Management, .


Charles Matthews,  (1991). Strategic Planning and the Family Firm: An SBI Consulting Perspective. Journal of Small Business Strategy, .


Charles Matthews,  (1990). Divide and Rule: How to Segment Your Market. Business Success Handbook, .


Sid Barton, Charles Matthews,  (1989). Small Firm Financing: Implications from the Strategic Management Perspective. Journal of Small Business Management, 1-7.



Accepted Contributions

Charles Matthews, Mark Schenkel, Mariah Yates,  (Accepted). Opportunity Recognition: Searching for the Next Big Idea. RENT XXVII, Entrepreneurship, Institutions and Competitiveness IMS University of Management and Economics and the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management.


Diana Hechavarria, Charles Matthews, Paul  Reynolds,  (Accepted). An Investigation of Start-up Outcomes Over Time: Does Start-up Capital Structure Matter?. Proceedings of the 4th Annual GW Global Entrepreneurship Research Conference, George Washington University.




Research in progress

Title:
Entrepreneurial Opportunities and Small Business Ventures (working title)

Description:
Working Book Chapter

Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Presentations

Title:
ICSB Role for Entrepreneurship Education: Connecting to the Future
Organization:
Korea Telecom, Industrial Bank of Korea Training Institute
Location:
Gyeonggi Center for Creative Economy & Innovation, Seoul, Korea
Year:
2016


Title:
Creating an Entrepreneurship Ecosystem: Courses, Colleges, and Communities
Organization:
The Financial University of Under the Government of the Russian Federation
Location:
Moscow, Russia
Year:
2016


Title:
Creating an Innovation Economy: The Role of Education and Human Capital
Organization:
The Financial University of Under the Government of the Russian Federation
Location:
Moscow, Russia
Year:
2016


Title:
Entrepreneurship: The Art & Science of People, Technology, and Innovation
Organization:
Leuphana University
Location:
Luneburg, Germany
Year:
2014


Title:
Opportunity Recognition: Searching for the Next Big Idea
Organization:
RENT
Location:
Vilnius, Lithuania
Year:
2013


Title:
The State of the Art & Science of Entrepreneurship
Organization:
USASBE and ICSB
Location:
San Francisco, CA
Year:
2013


Title:
Building a Successful Center for Entrepreneurship – Part 2: Reaching Out Across Campus.” Workshop #3
Organization:
USASBE and ICSB
Location:
San Francisco, CA
Year:
2013


Title:
Building a Successful Center for Entrepreneurship – Part 1: Managing the Minefield.
Organization:
USASBE and ICSB
Location:
San Francisco, CA
Year:
2013


Title:
Innovation and Creativity: The Keys to Entrepreneurship
Organization:
USASBE
Location:
San Francisco, CA
Year:
2013


Title:
“Small and Entrepreneurial Ventures in the Digital Age: Setting New Directions.”
Organization:
Small Enterprise Association of Australia and New Zealand
Location:
Sydney, Australia
Year:
2008


Title:
Fostering New Venture Growth: Reassessing the Role of Resource Utilization in Small and Entrepreneurial Ventures
Location:
Turku, Finland
Year:
2007


Title:
Pathways in the Development of Entrepreneurial Intent: Exploring the Roles of Prior Startup Experience, Sex, and Family Business Background
Location:
Turku, Finland
Year:
2007


Title:
Antecedents of Planning in Small and Entrepreneurial Ventures
Location:
Melbourne, Australia
Year:
2006


Title:
Antecedents of Planning in Small and Entrepreneurial Ventures
Location:
Melbourne, Australia
Year:
2006


Title:
The Entrepreneurial Journey Begins: The Role of Cognitive Styles Among Nascent Entrepreneurs
Location:
Tucson, AZ
Year:
2006


Title:
Remembering Professors Max S. Wortman, Jr. and Justin G. Longenecker and Their Contributions to Entrepreneurship, Scholarship, Teaching, Organizations, and Careers
Location:
Tucson, AZ
Year:
2006


Title:
The Search for and Discovery of Different Types of Entrepreneurial Opportunities: The Effects of Tacitness and Codification
Location:
Wellesley, Massachusetts
Year:
2005


Title:
Small Business View of the Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence
Location:
Boston
Year:
2004


Title:
Cross-University Collaboration: Creating an Entrepreneurial Collaboration
Location:
Portland, OR
Year:
2004


Title:
Going International
Location:
Portland, OR
Year:
2004


Title:
Strategic Cognitions of the Entrepreneur and Planning Formality in Nascent Firms: An Empirical Study
Location:
New Orleans, LA
Year:
2004


Title:
Measuring the Impact of Social Networks on Entrepreneurial Success: The Master Mind Principle.
Location:
Glasgow, Scotland
Year:
2004


Title:
Recognizing Entrepreneurial Opportunity: The Need for Closure
Location:
Presented at the 2004 Babson Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference
Year:
2004


Title:
Fundraising for Small Business Institute® Programs and Entrepreneurship Centers
Location:
Clearwater, FL
Year:
2004


Title:
Show Me the Money! How to Use Entrepreneurial Concepts to Fund Your Programs
Location:
Dallas, TX
Year:
2004


Title:
Leveraging External Resources by Urban Entrepreneurs: Starbucks as the New Entrepreneurial Office
Location:
Babson College, Boston, MA
Year:
2003


Title:
To Plan or Not to Plan: Is that Really the Question?
Location:
Babson College, Boston, MA
Year:
2003


Title:
Uncertainty, Planning, and Growth Expectations of Nascent Entrepreneurs
Organization:
Proceedings of the 2002 5th Annual CBE Conference, College of Business and Economics
Location:
United Arab Emirates University, Al-Ain, UAE
Year:
2002


Title:
From Credit Cards to Venture Capital: Financing Complexity and Planning Sophistication in Nascent Ventures
Location:
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Year:
2002


Title:
Designing Intercollaborative Cross-Campus E-Models
Organization:
Designing Intercollaborative Cross-Campus E-Models
Location:
Reno, NV
Year:
2002


Title:
The Context of New Venture Initiation: Comparing Growth Expectation of Nascent Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurs
Organization:
Proceedings of the 2001 Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference
Location:
Jönköping, Sweden
Year:
2001


Title:
The Little Engine that Could: Uncertainty and Growth Expectations of Nascent Entrepreneurs
Organization:
Proceedings of the 2000 Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference
Location:
Boston
Year:
2000


Title:
An Introduction to the Field of Entrepreneurship
Location:
San Antonio, TX
Year:
2000


Title:
Trends, Perspectives, Issues, and Implementation in Entrepreneurship Education: A Discussion with Experts in the Field
Location:
San Antonio, TX
Year:
2000


Title:
Marketing the SBI Program: Issues and Opportunities
Location:
San Antonio, TX
Year:
2000


Title:
Internal and External Network Persistence: Differentiating Network Demise from Network Failure
Organization:
Frontiers in Entrepreneurship Research
Location:
Columbia, SC
Year:
1999


Title:
The Small Business Institute Program in Colleges of Business: A 1970’s Innovation in 2000 and Beyond.
Location:
Minneapolis, MN
Year:
1999


Title:
Antecedents and Consequences of Strategic Planning in Small Business: An Empirical Study
Location:
Naples, Italy
Year:
1999


Title:
Business School Service-Learning Programs: Comparing the SBI and ICIC Models
Location:
Lincoln, NE
Year:
1999


Title:
High Impact Entrepreneurship Education: The Role of Faculty-Guided, Student-Based Field Case Consultations
Location:
Singapore
Year:
1998


Title:
An Assessment of Cognitive Determinants of Top Team Decision Making on Organizational Performance and Team Processes
Location:
Kansas City, MO.
Year:
1998


Title:
Setting-Up and Evaluating a Field Study Program
Organization:
National Business School Network (NBSN), Initiative for a Competitive Inner City
Location:
Cambridge, MA
Year:
1998


Title:
Integrating Family Business Courses into the Entrepreneurship Curriculum
Organization:
Council for Entrepreneurship Awareness and Education (CEAE) program
Location:
Clearwater, FL
Year:
1998


Title:
Teaching Entrepreneurial Skills Through the Small Business Institute Program
Location:
Clearwater, FL
Year:
1998


Title:
Sunrise Graphics, Inc
Location:
Cincinnati, OH
Year:
1997


Title:
Founding Family Controlled Firms: Efficiency, Risk, and Value
Location:
San Francisco, CA
Year:
1997


Title:
SBI Contributions to Entrepreneurship Education
Location:
San Francisco, CA
Year:
1997


Title:
Learning from Unusual Events: The Entrepreneurial Perspective
Location:
Cincinnati, O
Year:
1996


Title:
A Theory of Leadership Succession in the Family Firm
Location:
Atlanta, GA
Year:
1996


Title:
an Expanded Model of Framing: The Role of Gender, Academic Standing, and Image Compatibility in Understanding the Effects of a Glass Half Full.
Organization:
Transforming Work and Organizations for the 21st Century
Location:
Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Year:
1995


Title:
The Impact of Family Background and Gender on Interest in Small Firm Ownership: A Longitudinal Study
Organization:
Skills for Success in Small and Medium Enterprises,
Location:
Sydney, Australia
Year:
1995


Title:
Strategic Decision Making Teams: Composition, Context, and Competition.
Location:
St. Louis, MO.
Year:
1995


Title:
Writing for Small Business/Entrepreneurship Journals: The Author's View
Location:
Nashville, TN
Year:
1995


Title:
Stretching the Envelope: Creating an SBI Program to Serve Your Community Effectively
Location:
Nashville, TN
Year:
1995


Title:
Uncertainty and Planning in Small and Entrepreneurial Firms: An Empirical Assessment
Organization:
Entrepreneurship and Small Business in a Changing Competitive Environment: Coping with Fluid Rules of Competition
Location:
Boulder, CO
Year:
1995


Title:
Theory of Reasoned Action: Implications for Capital Structure Decisions
Location:
Indianapolis, IN
Year:
1993


Title:
Small Business and Entrepreneurial Development in Russia and the Baltics: Economic, Social, and Political Issues
Location:
San Diego, CA
Year:
1993


Title:
Entrepreneurship and the Entrepreneurial Career Choice
Location:
Cincinnati, OH
Year:
1992


Title:
Counseling the Family-Owned Business
Organization:
Counseling Issues for Family, Women, and Minority Owned Businesses
Year:
1991


Title:
Strategic Decision Making: The Key to Entrepreneurial Success
Location:
Management Development Center, Univ. of Cincinnati
Year:
1991


Title:
Planning Sophistication and Uncertainty: Assessing Financial Performance in Small and Entrepreneurial Firms
Organization:
Small Business and Partnership
Location:
Vienna, Austria
Year:
1991


Title:
Family Business Success: The Importance of Planning
Organization:
Small Business Education Committee of the Clermont Chamber of Commerce and Clermont Small Business Development Center
Location:
Cincinnati, OH
Year:
1991


Title:
The Role of Family Background and Gender on Interest in Small Firm Ownership
Location:
Cincinnati, OH
Year:
1991


Title:
Emerging Directions in Entrepreneurship Research
Location:
Chicago, IL
Year:
1991


Title:
Small Business, Entrepreneurship, and Family Business: Linking Education, Business and Government
Organization:
United States Information Agency (USIA), the Academy for Educational Development (AED)), and the Cincinnati International Visitors Center.
Location:
The University of Cincinnati,
Year:
1991


Title:
Small Business Consultation: Issues for the SBI Case Experience
Organization:
Changing Profiles: Challenges and Opportunities for Non-Traditional Small Business Owners, Employees, and Markets
Location:
Houston, TX
Year:
1990


Title:
A Strategic Decision Making Process for the Small, Entrepreneurial Firm
Organization:
International Council for Small Business
Location:
Boston, MA
Year:
1988