Siri Terjesen
Siri Terjesen
Assoc. Dean & Professor, Florida Atlantic University & Norwegian School of Economics
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Women directors on corporate boards: A review and research agenda
S Terjesen, R Sealy, V Singh
Corporate governance: an international review 17 (3), 320-337, 2009
Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2009 Executive Report.
NS Bosma, J Levie, B William D, R Justo, J Lepoutre, S Terjesen
Global Entrepreneurship Research Association, 2010
Does the presence of independent and female directors impact firm performance? A multi-country study of board diversity
S Terjesen, EB Couto, PM Francisco
Journal of Management & Governance 20, 447-483, 2016
Newly appointed directors in the boardroom:: How do women and men differ?
V Singh, S Terjesen, S Vinnicombe
European management journal 26 (1), 48-58, 2008
Legislating a woman’s seat on the board: Institutional factors driving gender quotas for boards of directors
S Terjesen, RV Aguilera, R Lorenz
Journal of business ethics 128, 233-251, 2015
Comparative international entrepreneurship: A review and research agenda
S Terjesen, J Hessels, D Li
Journal of management 42 (1), 299-344, 2016
Designing a global standardized methodology for measuring social entrepreneurship activity: the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor social entrepreneurship study
J Lepoutre, R Justo, S Terjesen, N Bosma
Small business economics 40, 693-714, 2013
Female presence on corporate boards: A multi-country study of environmental context
S Terjesen, V Singh
Journal of business ethics 83, 55-63, 2008
Global entrepreneurship monitor
N Bosma, ZJ Acs, E Autio, A Coduras, J Levie
Global Report. Babson Park, MA, USA: Babson College, 2009, 2008
Attracting Generation Y graduates: Organisational attributes, likelihood to apply and sex differences
S Terjesen, S Vinnicombe, C Freeman
Career development international 12 (6), 504-522, 2007
Board diversity: Moving the field forward
RB Adams, J De Haan, S Terjesen, H Van Ees
Corporate Governance-An International Review 23 (2), 77-82, 2015
Resource dependency and institutional theory perspectives on direct and indirect export choices
J Hessels, S Terjesen
Small business economics 34, 203-220, 2010
Enhancing effects of manufacturing flexibility through operational absorptive capacity and operational ambidexterity
PC Patel, S Terjesen, D Li
Journal of Operations Management 30 (3), 201-220, 2012
Transnational entrepreneurs ‘venture internationalization strategies: A practice theory approach
S Terjesen, A Elam
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 33 (5), 1093-1120, 2009
Board gender quotas: Exploring ethical tensions from a multi-theoretical perspective
S Terjesen, R Sealy
Business Ethics Quarterly 26 (1), 23-65, 2016
Corporate governance deviance
RV Aguilera, WQ Judge, SA Terjesen
Academy of Management Review 43 (1), 87-109, 2018
Why do some multinational corporations relocate their headquarters overseas?
J Birkinshaw, P Braunerhjelm, U Holm, S Terjesen
Strategic Management Journal 27 (7), 681-700, 2006
Taking care of business: The impact of culture and gender on entrepreneurs’ blended value creation goals
DM Hechavarría, SA Terjesen, AE Ingram, M Renko, R Justo, A Elam
Small business economics 48, 225-257, 2017
Advancing public policy for high-growth, female, and social entrepreneurs
S Terjesen, N Bosma, E Stam
Public Administration Review, 2015
Women directors, firm performance, and firm risk: A causal perspective
P Yang, J Riepe, K Moser, K Pull, S Terjesen
The Leadership Quarterly 30 (5), 101297, 2019
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