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Over the past five years, a network of scholars has formed with the aim of advancing research at the intersection of culture, innovation and entrepreneurship. From this shared starting point, scholars have examined how culture – defined as shared sets of understandings that are encoded in cognitive frames and material artifacts and shared among actors (Scott & Lane, 2000) – provides a “toolkit” of resources (Swidler, 1986) that may shape innovative activities and that can be drawn on to legitimate and garner support for new products and ventures (Garud & Karnoe, 2001; Hargadon & Douglas, 2001; Lounsbury & Glynn, 2001).
Search Terms: culture , innovation , values
Organizer: Joel Gehman; U. of Alberta
Organizer: Matthew G Grimes; U. of Alberta
Organizer: Tyler Earle Wry; Wharton School
Organizer: Jean Siobhan Clarke; U. of Leeds
Participant: Howard E. Aldrich; U. of North Carolina
Participant: Ted Baker; North Carolina State U.
Participant: Raghu Garud; Pennsylvania State U.
Participant: Mary Ann Glynn; Boston College
Participant: Michael Lounsbury; U. of Alberta
Participant: Alan D. Meyer; U. of Oregon
Participant: Violina Rindova; U. of Texas at Austin;
Participant: Siobhan O'Mahony; Boston U.
Participant: Majken Schultz; Copenhagen Business School
Participant: Klaus Weber; Northwestern U.