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Signaling in equity crowdfunding
GKC Ahlers, D Cumming, C GŁnther, D Schweizer
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 39 (4), 955-980, 2015
24162015
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GKC Ahlers, D Cumming, C GŁnther, D Schweizer
2416*2015
Signaling in equity crowdfunding
G Ahlers, DJ Cumming, C GŁnther, D Schweizer
Available at SSRN 2362340, 2013
24162013
Economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on entrepreneurship and small businesses
M Belitski, C Guenther, AS Kritikos, R Thurik
Small Business Economics 58 (2), 593-609, 2022
4722022
Women can’t jump?—An experiment on competitive attitudes and stereotype threat
C GŁnther, NA Ekinci, C Schwieren, M Strobel
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 75 (3), 395-401, 2010
2632010
Is the crowd sensitive to distance?—How investment decisions differ by investor type
C Guenther, S Johan, D Schweizer
Small Business Economics 50 (2), 289-305, 2018
2232018
Family firm values explaining family firm heterogeneity
SB Rau, V Schneider-Siebke, C GŁnther
Family Business Review 32 (2), 195-215, 2019
1352019
Emerging versus advanced country MNEs investing in Europe: A typology of subsidiary global–local connections
E Giuliani, S Gorgoni, C GŁnther, R Rabellotti
International Business Review 23 (4), 680-691, 2014
1132014
The impact of family ownership on innovation: evidence from the German machine tool industry
C Decker, C GŁnther
Small Business Economics 48 (1), 199-212, 2017
892017
Processes of firm growth and diversification: theory and evidence
A Coad, C Guenther
Small Business Economics 43 (4), 857-871, 2014
672014
Making a Contribution to Entrepreneurship Research by Studying Crowd-Funded Entrepreneurial Opportunities
JM Pollack, M Maula, TH Allison, M Renko, CC GŁnther
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 1042258719888640, 2019
642019
Diversification patterns and survival as firms mature
A Coad, C Guenther
Small Business Economics 41 (3), 633-649, 2013
582013
No place like home? Relocation, capabilities, and firm survival in the German machine tool industry after World War II
G Buenstorf, C Guenther
Industrial and Corporate Change 20 (1), 1-28, 2010
542010
From Russia with love: the impact of relocated firms on incumbent survival
O Falck, C Guenther, S Heblich, WR Kerr
Journal of Economic Geography 13 (3), 419-449, 2012
442012
From Russia with Love: The Impact of Relocated Firms on Incumbent Survival
O Falck, C Guenther, S Heblich, W Kerr
442010
Early employment expansion and long-run survival
GJ Pernille, C Guenther
Journal of Business Venturing 34 (1), 80-102, 2019
43*2019
Early employment expansion and long-run survival: Examining employee turnover as a context factor
P GjerlÝv-Juel, C Guenther
Journal of Business Venturing 34 (1), 80-102, 2019
432019
It's all about Timing: Age–Dependent Consequences of Founder Exits and New Member Additions
C Guenther, S Oertel, P Walgenbach
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 40 (4), 843-865, 2016
432016
For whom are family-owned firms good employers? An exploratory study of the turnover intentions of blue-and white-collar workers in family-owned and non-family-owned firms
N Gottschalck, C Guenther, F Kellermanns
Journal of Family Business Strategy, 2019
412019
From latent to emergent entrepreneurship: The importance of context
DB Audretsch, M Belitski, R Caiazza, C GŁnther, M Menter
Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 121356, 2021
352021
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