• 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 ...
    • 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 ...