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Entrepreneurship | Nov 17, 2016

The State of Veteran Entrepreneurship Research: What We Know and Next Steps

Authors: Nyasha Boldon, Rosalinda Maury, Nicholas Armstrong, Ryan Van Slyke This paper reviews the current state of research on veteran entrepreneurship, identifies critical gaps, and offers recommen...

Entrepreneurship | Aug 01, 2016

The Effect of Combat Service and Military Rank on Entrepreneurial Careers: The Case of Israeli MBA Graduates

Abstract “This study examines whether military service in a combat unit and in a leadership position is associated with entrepreneurial activities in the ensuing civilian career. It also examines wh...

Entrepreneurship | Jun 19, 2016

Military CEOs

Abstract “There is mounting evidence of the influence of personal characteristics of chief executive officers (CEOs) on corporate outcomes. In this paper we analyze the relation between military ser...

Entrepreneurship | Sep 21, 2012

Effective Vocational Rehabilitation Services for Military Veterans

Abstract “The objective of this study was to identify VR services related to competitive employment for eligible consumers of the state VR program from two distinct groups: veterans who received col...

Entrepreneurship | Oct 25, 2013

Investing in Vets: Strategies to Help Returning Gulf War Vets Enter the Civilian Work Force Successfully

Abstract “This article discusses the need for an integrated and active change management approach by social workers in American businesses to develop corporate policies that address the work and per...

Entrepreneurship | Jul 31, 2015

Military Veterans Marching Towards Entrepreneurship: An Exploratory Mixed Methods Study

Abstract “This study evaluates the effects of a community- based entrepreneurship training program on the entrepreneurial passion (EP) and networking frequency of military veterans. Pretest and post...

Entrepreneurship | Dec 09, 2011

Toward a Theory of Discontinuous Career Transition: Investigating Career Transitions Necessitated by Traumatic Life Events

Abstract “Career researchers have focused on the mechanisms related to career progression. Although less studied situations in which traumatic life events necessitate a discontinuous career tran...