• Being resilient when experiencing venture failure

      Singh, S; Pavlovich, K (Australia New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), 2011)
      This article is based on the case study of a New Zealand based entrepreneur and is part of a larger study focused on examining how entrepreneurs stay resilient when experiencing venture failure. Rich descriptions from this ...
    • Developing Endogenous Innovations: Corporate Entrepreneurship and Effectuation

      Parker, J; Corner, PD; Woodfield, PJ; Singh, S (Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2019)
      We empirically explore the process of corporate entrepreneurship (CE) through the conceptual lens of effectuation, a theory describing how entrepreneurs innovate. In particular, we investigate how endogenous innovations ...
    • Failed, not finished: a narrative approach to understanding venture failure stigmatization

      Singh, S; Corner, T; Pavlovich, K (Elsevier, 2014)
      This paper implements a qualitative, narrative approach to investigate entrepreneurs' personal experience of stigma associated with venture failure. Findings draw on the lived experience of 12 entrepreneurs and tell a ...
    • From riches to rags: a narrative approach to entrepreneurs' experience of venture failure

      Singh, S; Corner, P; Pavlovich, K (Academy of Management (AOM), 2013)
      This paper investigates entrepreneurs’ experience of stigma associated with venture failure. We implement a narrative approach to understand how stigma was experienced personally by entrepreneurs. Findings draw on the lived ...
    • How Social Entrepreneurs Respond to Enterprise Failure

      Smollan, R; Singh, S
      Given that little research examines how social entrepreneurs respond to venture failure, the first aim of this conceptual paper is to explore the cognitive, affective and behavioural responses of social entrepreneurs to ...
    • Self-stigmatisation of entrepreneurial failure

      Singh, S; Corner, P; Pavlovich, K (Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM); AUT University, 2012)
      This article examines the research question “How do entrepreneurs experience self-stigma when their venture fails?” This question was addressed using a qualitative methodology with the aim of building theory. Rich ...
    • Spirituality and entrepreneurial failure

      Singh, S; Corner, T (Academy of Management (AOM), 2014)
      The paper examines how spirituality affected entrepreneurs’ experience of venture failure and its aftermath. Failure is an important but under-researched part of the entrepreneurial process. We implement a qualitative, ...
    • The grief of venture failure

      Singh, S; Corner, T; Pavlovich, K (Australia New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), 2011)
      This article examined the research question “How do entrepreneurs experience grief when their venture fails?” This question was addressed using a qualitative methodology with the intent of theory building. Rich descriptions ...