Goal endogeneity in the entrepreneurial process (With Philippe Silberzahn): The purpose of this project is to understand how entrepreneurial goals are generated. We seek to contribute to the entrepreneurship field through a socio-cognitive model of how goals are generated within the context of effectuation. We propose that near-decomposability, a property of complex systems defined by Herbert Simon, is an essential mechanism of goal endogeneity.
A contribution of the research is to explicitly highlight the role of socio-cognitive mechanisms in general and near decomposability in particular in generating new goals.
- Lisa Hehenberger from ESADE presents a projects on social impact investing - September 8, 2020
- New members at the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research Center - September 1, 2020
- Karine Raies presents a project on New Venture Management Teams (NVT) : The effects of composition and interactions on performance - June 23, 2020