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Robert Baron (bibliographie)

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Cet article présente la liste des œuvres de Robert Baron, de façon aussi exhaustive que possible. Pour une présentation de l'auteur et de sa pensée, voir l'article dédié.

De 1986 à 1999

  • 1986,
    • a. "Behavior in organizations: Understanding and managing the human side of work", Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon, (2nd edn.)
    • b. avec D. A. Kenny, "The moderator–mediator variable distinction in social psychological research: Conceptual, strategic, and statistical considerations", Journal of personality and social psychology, Vol 51, n°6, p1173
  • 1988, "Negative effects of destructive criticism: Impact on conflict, self-confidence, and task performance", Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol 73, pp199–207
  • 1996, avec J. H. Neuman, "Workplace violence and workplace aggression: Evidence on their relative frequency and potential causes", Aggressive Behavior, Vol 22, pp161–173
  • 1998, "Cognitive mechanisms in entrepreneurship: Why and when entrepreneurs think differently than other people", Journal of Business Venturing, Vol 13, n°4, pp275–294
  • 1999,
    • a. "Counterfactual thinking and venture formation: The potential effects of thinking about “what might have been”, Journal of Business Venturing, vol 15, n°1, pp79-91
    • b. avec G. D. Markman, "Cognitive mechanisms: Potential differences between entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs", In: P. D. Reynolds, William D. Bygrave, et al., dir., "Frontiers of entrepreneurship research", Wellesley, MA: Babson College

De 2000 à 2004

  • 2000, avec G. D. Markman, "Beyond social capital; how social skills can enhance entrepreneurs’ success", Academy of Management Review, 14:1, pp106-116
  • 2002,
    • a. "OB and entrepreneurship: the reciprocal benefits of closer conceptual links", Research in Organizational Behavior, Vol 24, n°3, pp 225-269.
    • b. avec G. D. Markman, D. B. Balkin, "Inventors and new venture formation: The effects of general self-efficacy and regretful thinking", Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, vol 27, pp149–165
  • 2003,
    • a. avec Michael D. Ensley, "Cognitive foundations of opportunity recognition: Identifying the opportunity prototypes of repeat entrepreneurs", In: William D. Bygrave et al., dir., "Frontiers of entrepreneurship research", Babson: Babson College
    • b. avec G. D. Markman, "Person-entrepreneurship fit: Why some people are more successful as entrepreneurs than others", Human Resource Management Review, Vol 13, pp281–301
    • c. avec David B Balkin, Gideon D Markman, "The role OF REGRETFUL THINKING, PERSEVERANCE, AND SELF-EFFICACY IN VENTURE FORMATION", In: Jerome A. Katz & Dean A. Shepherd, dir., "Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth" (vol 6: Cognitive Approaches to Entrepreneurship Research), pp73-104
    • d. avec Dean A. Shepherd, A. Zacharakis, "VCs’ decision processes: Evidence suggesting more experience may not always be better", Journal of Business Venturing, Vol 18, pp381–401
  • 2004,
    • a. "Opportunity recognition: insights from cognitive perspective", In: J. E. Butler, dir., "Opportunity Identification and Entrepreneurial Behaviour", Information Age Publishing, Greenwich, CT, Vol 4, pp47-73
      • Repris en 2006, In: John E. Butler, dir., "Opportunity Identification and Entrepreneurial Behavior", Hong Kong Polytechnic University
    • b. avec T. B. Ward, "Expanding entrepreneurial cognition's toolbox: potential contributions from the field of cognitive science", Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 26 (6), pp553–573
    • c. "Cognitive bases of opportunity recognition: The potential role of pattern recognition", In: William D. Bygrave et al., dir., "Frontiers of entrepreneurship research", Babson: Babson College
    • d. "The cognitive perspective: A valuable tool for answering entrepreneurship’s basic “why” questions", Journal of Business Venturing, Vol 19, n°2, pp221–239
    • e. "Workplace aggression and violence: Insights from basic research", In: R.W. Griffin & A.M. O’Leary-Kelly, dir., "The dark side of organizational behavior", San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, pp698–708
    • f. "Opportunity Recognition: A cognitive perspective", Academy of Management Proceedings, pp1-8

De 2005 à 2009

  • 2005,
    • a. avec D. Byrne, N. R. Branscombe, "Social Psychology", 11th ed. Allyn & Bacon, Boston
    • b. avec Scott Shane, "Entrepreneurship: A process perspective", Cincinnati: Southwest
      • Seconde édition en 2007, Mason, OH Southwestern
    • c. avec G. D. Markman, D. B. Balkin, "Are perseverance and self-efficacy costless? Assessing entrepreneurs’ regretful thinking", Journal of Organizational Behavior, 26(1), pp1-19
  • 2007,
    • a. avec E. Ozgen, "Social sources of information in opportunity recognition: Effects of mentors, industry networks, and professional forums", Journal of Business Venturing, Vol 22, pp174-192
    • b. "Behavioral and cognitive factors in entrepreneurship: entrepreneurs as the active element in new venture creation", Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Vol 1, pp167–182
    • c. avec J. R. Baum, M. Frese, dir., "The Psychology of Entrepreneurship", Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
    • d. "Entrepreneurship: A process perspective", In: J. R. Baum, M. Freese, Robert Baron, dir., "The Psychology of Entrepreneurship", Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc.: London, pp19-39
  • 2008,
    • a. avec K. M. Hmieleski, "Regulatory focus and new venture performance: A study of entrepreneurial opportunity exploitation under conditions of risk versus uncertainty", Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Vol 2, pp285-300
    • b. "The role of affect in the entrepreneurial process", Academy of Management Review, 33(2), pp328-340
    • c. avec K. M. Hmieleski, "When does entrepreneurial self-efficacy enhance versus reduce firm performance?", Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Vol 2, pp57–72
  • 2009,
    • a. "Opportunity Recognition: Evolving Theoretical Perspectives", In: H. Lundstrom et F. Lohrke, dir., Historical Foundations of Research, Edward Elgar Publishing
    • b. avec K. Hmieleski, "Regulatory Focus and the Exploitation of Dynamic Entrepreneurial Opportunities: A Moderated Mediation Study", Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal
    • c. avec J. Tang, "Entrepreneurs’ social skills and new venture performance: Mediating mechanisms and cultural generality", Journal of Management, 35 (2), pp282-306
    • d. avec K. M. Hmieleski, "Entrepreneurs’ optimism and new venture performance: A social cognitive perspective", Academy of Management Journal, 52(3), pp473-488
    • e. avec M.-D. Foo, M. A. Uy, "How do feelings influence effort? An empirical study of entrepreneurs’ affect and venture effort", Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol 94, pp1086–1094
    • f. "Effectual versus predictive logics in entrepreneurial decision making: Differences between experts and novices: Does experience in starting new ventures change the way entrepreneurs think? Perhaps, but for now, “Caution” is essential", Journal of Business Venturing, Vol 24, n°4, pp310-315

De 2010 à 2019

  • 2010, avec R. Henry, "How entrepreneurs acquire the capacity to excel: insights from research on expert performance", Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Vol 4, n°1, pp49-65
  • 2011,
    • a. avec J. Tang, K. M. Hmieleski, "The downside of being 'up': Entrepreneurs’ dispositional affect and firm performance", Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 5(2), pp101-119
    • b. avec J. Tang, "The role of entrepreneurs in firm-level innovation: Joint effects"of positive affect, creativity, and environmental dynamism", Journal of Business Venturing, Vol 26, n°1, pp49-60.
  • 2012,
    • a. avec Michael S. Cole, Keith M. Hmieleski, "Shared Authentic Leadership and New Venture Performance", Journal of Management, September, vol 38, n°5, pp1476-1499
    • b. avec Keith M. Hmieleski, R. A. Henry, "Entrepreneurs’ dispositional positive affect: The potential benefits – and potential costs – of being “up”", Journal of Business Venturing, Vol 27, n°3, pp310-324
  • 2013, avec Holger Patzelt, Dean A. Shepherd, "”I Care About Nature, but…”: Disengaging Values in Assessing Opportunities That Cause Harm", Academy of Management Journal, 56 (5), October, pp1251–1273
    • Repris en 2014, In: Dean A. Shepherd, dir., "A Psychological Approach to Entrepreneurship. Selected Essays of Dean A. Shepherd", Edward Elgar
  • 2014, "Thinking about Cognition and its central role in entrepreneurship: confessions of a 'reformed' behaviorist ", In: J. Robert Mitchell, Ronald K. Mitchell, Brandon Randolph-Seng, dir., "Handbook of Entrepreneurial Cognition", Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK • Northampton, MA, USA, pp61-85
  • 2015, avec Keith M. Hmieleski, Jon C. Carr, "Integrating Discovery and Creation Perspectives of Entrepreneurial Action: The Relative Roles of Founding CEO Human Capital, Social Capital, and Psychological Capital in Contexts of Risk Versus Uncertainty", Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Vol 9, n°4, pp289-312
  • 2016, avec B. A. Mueller, M. T. Wolf, "Self-Efficacy and entrepreneur’s adoption of unattainble goals: The restraining effect of self control", Journal of Business Venturing, Vol 31, pp55-71
  • 2017,
    • a. "Income inequality: How efforts to reduce it can undermine motivation – and the pursuit of excellence", Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, Vol 6, n°1, pp2-10
    • b. avec C. Amato, B. Barbieri, J. J. Belanger, A. Pierro, "Regulatory Modes and Entrepreneurship: The Mediational Role of Alertness in Small Business Success", Journal of Small Business Management, Vol 55, n°S1, pp27–42

De 2020 à 2022

  • 2021, "Helping the people innovation leaves behind: the potential benefits of entrepreneurship", Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, Vol 10, n°4, pp457-470