Phillip Kim

Associate Professor

Academic Division: Entrepreneurship
781-239-6442

Bio

Phillip H. Kim is an internationally recognized expert on entrepreneurship. He studies, teaches, and advises on different aspects of how entrepreneurial ideas become reality. Specifically, his research interests include start-up processes and founding teams, institutions and entrepreneurship, cross-national differences in entrepreneurship (especially in emerging economies), technology entrepreneurship, and innovation narratives. To explore these interests, he has examined data from a variety of contexts including surveys of entrepreneurs in the U.S., Europe, and Asia; census data in Sweden; the early history of radio broadcasting; a respected technology transfer office; and a popular crowd funding platform. His research has been published in leading entrepreneurship, management, and sociology journals such as Journal of Business Venturing, Organization Studies, Harvard Business Review, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Small Business Economics, and American Behavioral Scientist and featured in the Wall Street Journal. He also serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Business Venturing and the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research. He regularly presents his research at prominent academic conferences worldwide. His publications can be downloaded here. ​Dr. Kim is an Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at Babson College. Previously, he was on the faculty of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has taught at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He earned his MA and PhD in Sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his BS (Economics) and BAS (Materials Sciences) at the University of Pennsylvania. He has taught entrepreneurship courses at undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels and has significant experience teaching students with business and non-business backgrounds. Dr. Kim has taught both foundational courses and advanced electives in entrepreneurship. He has a special interest in entrepreneurship pedagogy and designs innovative curriculum for his students to enable them to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams. He received an Award of Excellence by the University of Wisconsin Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization in recognition for his educational innovations. Dr. Kim regularly advises entrepreneurs on issues related to launching and establishing their businesses and coaches student entrepreneurs as they start their businesses. Prior to becoming an academic, he worked as a management consultant advising businesses in the manufacturing, agriculture, professional services, and non-profit sectors. He also worked for a leading regional supermarket as an operations analyst.

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • MA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • MA, Trinity International University
  • BS, University of Pennsylvania
  • BAS, University of Pennsylvania

Academic Interests

Sociology of Entrepreneurship; Technology Entrepreneurship; Academic Entrepreneurship; Founding Teams; Lean Start-up; Social Innovation

Awards & Honors

  • 2017 - 2016 Outstanding Paper, Group & Organization Management
  • 2012 - Distinguished Reviewer Award, Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division
  • 2011 - Best Reviewer, Journal of Business Venturing
  • 2009 - Best Reviewer, Journal of Business Venturing
  • 2006 - Best Reviewer, Journal of Business Venturing

Courses

Degree Courses 2016-2017

  • EPS 7200: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND OPPORTUNITY
  • EPS 7543: TECH ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND DESIGN SWEDEN

Degree Courses 2015-2016

  • EPS 4527: SOC EPS BY DESIGN

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Vedula, S., Kim, P.H. (2017). Marching to the Beat of the Drum: The Impact of the Pace of Life in U.S. Cities on Entrepreneurial Work Effort. Small Business Economics link
  • Toft-Kehler, R., Wennberg, K., Kim, P.H. (2016). A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing: Entrepreneurial experience and new venture disengagement . Journal of Business Venturing Insights, 6, 36-46. link
  • Kim, P.H., Buffart, M., Croidieu, G. (2016). TMI: Signaling Credible Claims in Crowdfunding Campaign Narratives. Group & Organization Management, 41(6), 717-750. link
  • Kim, P.H., Croidieu, G., Lippmann, S. (2016). Responding from that Vantage Point: Field Position and Discursive Strategies of Legitimation in the U.S. Wireless Telegraphy Field. Organization Studies, 37(10), 1417-1450. link
  • Du, Y., Kim, P.H., Aldrich, H.E. (2016). Hybrid Strategies, Dysfunctional Competition, and New Venture Performance in Transitional Economies. Management & Organization Review, 12(3), 469-501. link
  • Kim, P.H., Wennberg, K. (2016). Untapped Riches of Meso-Level Applications in Multi-Level Entrepreneurial Mechanisms. Academy of Management Perspectives, 30(3), 273-291. link
  • Croidieu, G., Kim, P.H. (in press). Labor of Love: Amateurs and Lay-Expertise Legitimation in the Early U.S. Radio Field. Administrative Science Quarterly
  • Kim, P.H., Longest, K.C., Lippmann, S. (2015). The Tortoise Versus the Hare: Progress and Business Viability Differences Between Conventional and Leisure-Based Founders. Journal of Business Venturing, 30(2)
  • Kotha, R., Kim, P.H., Alexy, O. (2014). Turn Your Science into a Business. Harvard Business Review, 92(11), 106–114. link
  • Kim, P.H., Longest, K.C. (2014). You can’t leave your work behind: Employment experience and founding collaborations. Journal of Business Venturing, 29(6), 785–806. link
  • Toft-Kehler, R.V., Wennberg, K., Kim, P.H. (2014). Practice Makes Perfect: Entrepreneurial-Experience Curves and Venture Performance. Journal of Business Venturing, 29(4), 453-470. link
  • Kim, P.H., Li, M. (2014). Injecting Demand Through Spillovers: Foreign Direct Investment and Host-Country Entrepreneurial Activity. Journal of Business Venturing, 29(2), 210-231. link
  • Kim, P.H., Li, M. (2014). Seeking Assurances When Taking Action: Legal Systems, Social Trust, and Starting Businesses in Emerging Economies. Organization Studies, 35(3), 359-391. link
  • Kim, P.H., Longest, K.C., Aldrich, H.E. (2013). Can You Lend Me a Hand? Task-Role Alignment of Social Support for Aspiring Business Owners Work and Occupations, 40(3), 213-249. link
  • Aldrich, H.E., Kim, P.H. (2007). A Life Course Perspective on Occupational Inheritance: Self-employed Parents and Their Children. Research in the Sociology of Organizations, 25, 33-82. link
  • Aldrich, H.E., Kim, P.H. (2007). Small Worlds, Infinite Possibilities? How Social Networks Affect Entrepreneurial Team Formation and Search Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 1(1), 147-165. link
  • Kim, P.H., Aldrich, H.E., Keister, L.A. (2006). Access (not) Denied: The Impact of Financial, Human, and Cultural Capital on Entrepreneurial Entry in the United States. Small Business Economics, 27(1), 5-22. link
  • Kim, P.H., Aldrich, H.E. (2005). Social Capital and Entrepreneurship. Foundations and Trends in Entrepreneurship, 1(2), 1-52. link
  • Kim, P.H. (2004). Conditional Morality? Attitudes of Religious Individuals Towards Racial Profiling American Behavioral Scientist, 47(7), 879-895. link

Book Chapters

  • Kim, P.H., Aldrich, H.E. (in press). Urban Legends or Sage Guidance: A Review of Common Advice about Entrepreneurial Teams.
  • Kim, P.H. (2015). Action and Process, Vision and Values: Entrepreneurship Means Something Different to Everyone.
  • Kim, P.H., Lee, C., Reynolds, P.D. (2012). Backed by the State: Social Protection and Starting Businesses in Knowledge-Intensive Industries. In Jerome Katz and Andrew Corbett (Ed.), Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth (Series). Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited link
  • Kim, P.H., Aldrich, H.E. (2011). Are We There Yet? Measurement Challenges in Studying New Ventures.Handbook of Research into New Venture Creation. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Davis, A.E., Longest, K.C., Kim, P.H., Aldrich, H.E. (2009). Owner Contributions and Equity.New Firm Creation in the United States: Initial Explorations with the PSED II Data Set. New York, NY: Springer
  • Aldrich, H.E., Kim, P.H. (2007). A Life Course Perspective on Occupational Inheritance: Self-employed Parents and Their Children.Research in the Sociology of Organizations.: Elsevier
  • Kim, P.H., Aldrich, H.E., Keister, L.A. (2004). Household Income and Net Worth.Handbook of Entrepreneurial Dynamics: The Process of Business Creation in Contemporary America.: Sage

Reports

  • Kelley, D.J., Ali, A., Brush, C.S., Corbett, A.C., Daniels, C., Kim, P.H., Lyons, T., Majbouri, M., Rogoff, E. (2016). Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2015 United States Report. Babson College link
  • Brush, C.S., Kelley, D.J., Ali, A., Corbett, A.C., Daniels, C., Kim, P.H., Majbouri, M., Lyons, T., Rogoff, E. (2015). Women Entrepreneurs. Babson College link
  • Kelley, D.J., Ali, A., Brush, C.S., Corbett, A.C., Daniels, C., Kim, P.H., Lyons, T.S., Majbouri, M., Rogoff, E.G. (2015). Global Entrepreneurship Monitor: 2014 United States Report

Conference Proceedings

  • Kim, P.H. (2014). TMI: Honest Claims and Risk of Overdisclosure in Crowdfunding Campaigns. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Wellesley, MA,
  • Kim, P.H., Longest, K.C., Li, M. (2013). Diving in Before Testing the Waters: Founder Knowledge and Venture-Organizing Priorities. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings,
  • Kim, P.H., Kotha, R. (2013). Taking Leaps of Faith: Evaluation Narratives and Resource Commitments for New Initiatives. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings,
  • Kim, P.H., Aldrich, H.E., Ruef, M. (2005). Fruits of Co-laboring: Effects Of Entrepreneurial Team Stability on the Organizational Founding Process. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research,
  • Kim, P.H., Aldrich, H.E. (2004). Teams that Work Together, Stay Together: Resiliency of Entrepreneurial Teams. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research,

Presentations

  • Marching to the Beat of the Drum: The Impact of the Pace of Life in US Cities on Entrepreneurial Work Effort
    Vedula, S., Kim, P. Marching to the Beat of the Drum: The Impact of the Pace of Life in US Cities on Entrepreneurial Work Effort Indian School of Business Faculty Research Seminar, Hyderabad, India (2017)
  • TMI: Signaling Credible Claims in Crowdfunding Campaign Narratives
    Kim, P. TMI: Signaling Credible Claims in Crowdfunding Campaign Narratives Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm (2016)
  • Analyzing the Efficiency of U.S. Metropolitan Ecosystems for Technology Entrepreneurship
    Vedula, S., McCoy, T., Robb, A., Kim, P. Analyzing the Efficiency of U.S. Metropolitan Ecosystems for Technology Entrepreneurship Strategic Management Society Conference, Berlin, Germany (2016)
  • Configurational Effects of Slack and CEO Narcissism on New Venture Innovation Investment
    Du, Y., Kim, P., Aldrich, H. Configurational Effects of Slack and CEO Narcissism on New Venture Innovation Investment Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, CA (2016)
  • Nurturing Startups: Key Challenges and Promising Strategies
    Kim, P. Nurturing Startups: Key Challenges and Promising Strategies Startup Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand (2016)
  • Where Entrepreneurship Education is Going and Practices Around the World?
    Kim, P. Where Entrepreneurship Education is Going and Practices Around the World? Symposium of Education and Entrepreneurship Research, Monterrey, Mexico (2015)
  • Labor of Love: Amateurs and Lay-Expertise Legitimation in the Early U.S. Radio Field
    Kim, P. Labor of Love: Amateurs and Lay-Expertise Legitimation in the Early U.S. Radio Field Linköping University, Institute of Analytical Sociology, Norrköping, Sweden (2015)
  • Labor of Love: Amateurs and Lay-Expertise Legitimation in the Early U.S. Radio Field
    Kim, P. Labor of Love: Amateurs and Lay-Expertise Legitimation in the Early U.S. Radio Field Lund University Department of Business Administration, Lund, Sweden (2015)
  • Are Slack Resources Expropriated or Used for Innovation? Declining IPO Firm Innovation Trends
    Du, Y., Kim, P., Aldrich, H. Are Slack Resources Expropriated or Used for Innovation? Declining IPO Firm Innovation Trends Strategic Management Society, Denver, CO (2015)
  • Are Slack Resources Expropriated or Used for Innovation? Declining IPO Firm Innovation Trends
    Du, Y., Kim, P., Aldrich, H. Are Slack Resources Expropriated or Used for Innovation? Declining IPO Firm Innovation Trends Academy of Management, Vancouver, CA (2015)
  • Founding Collaborations
    Kim, P. Founding Collaborations Academy of Management, Vancouver, CA (2015)
  • You’ve Got Talent: Breaking the ‘Barriers to Learning’ from Early Entrepreneurial Experience
    Kim, P., Wennberg, K., Toft-Kehler, R. You’ve Got Talent: Breaking the ‘Barriers to Learning’ from Early Entrepreneurial Experience Babson Entrepreneurship Research Conference, United States (2015)
  • Social Entrepreneurship as a Global Learning Framework
    Kim, P. Social Entrepreneurship as a Global Learning Framework Global Learning Colloquium on Business Education, Boston, MA (2015)
  • TMI: Honest Claims and Risk of Overdisclosure in Crowdfunding Campaigns
    Kim, P. TMI: Honest Claims and Risk of Overdisclosure in Crowdfunding Campaigns Babson Entrepreneurship Research Conference, London, Ontario (2014)
  • The Tortoise and the Hare: Progress and Success Among Leisure-Based Ventures
    Kim, P., Longest, K., Lippmann, S. The Tortoise and the Hare: Progress and Success Among Leisure-Based Ventures , Babson Park, MA (2013)
  • The Tortoise and the Hare: Progress and Success Among Leisure-Based Ventures
    Kim, P., Longest, K., Lippmann, S. The Tortoise and the Hare: Progress and Success Among Leisure-Based Ventures , London, Ontario (2013)
  • Diving in Before Testing the Waters: The Influence of Founder Experience and Occupational Characteristics on Venture Organizing Processes
    Kim, P., Longest, K., Li, M. Diving in Before Testing the Waters: The Influence of Founder Experience and Occupational Characteristics on Venture Organizing Processes Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL (2013)
  • Entrepreneurship Data Sets: Making Better Choices for Your Research
    Kim, P. Entrepreneurship Data Sets: Making Better Choices for Your Research Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Orlando, FL (2013)
  • Taking Leaps of Faith: Organizational Narratives and Resource Commitments for New Initiatives
    Kim, P., Kotha, R. Taking Leaps of Faith: Organizational Narratives and Resource Commitments for New Initiatives Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Orlando, FL (2013)
  • TMI: Honest Claims and Risk of Overdisclosure in Crowdfunding Campaigns
    Kim, P. TMI: Honest Claims and Risk of Overdisclosure in Crowdfunding Campaigns CU-Kauffman Crowdfunding Conference, Boulder, CO (2013)
  • Taking Leaps of Faith: Organizational Narratives and Resource Commitments for New Initiatives
    Kim, P., Kotha, R. Taking Leaps of Faith: Organizational Narratives and Resource Commitments for New Initiatives Babson Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Lyon, France (2013)
  • Taking Leaps of Faith: Organizational Narratives and Resource Commitments for New Initiatives
    Kim, P., Kotha, R. Taking Leaps of Faith: Organizational Narratives and Resource Commitments for New Initiatives Darden Cambridge Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research Conference, Charlottesville, VA (2013)
  • Diving in Before Testing the Waters: The Influence of Founder Experience and Occupational Characteristics on Venture Organizing Processes
    Kim, P., Longest, K., Li, M. Diving in Before Testing the Waters: The Influence of Founder Experience and Occupational Characteristics on Venture Organizing Processes INSEAD-OMT-ASQ Organization Theory and New Venture Creation Conference, Singapore (2013)
  • Varieties of Nascent Entrepreneurship: Global, Multi-disciplinary, and Mixed-method Perspectives
    Kim, P., Aldrich, H. Varieties of Nascent Entrepreneurship: Global, Multi-disciplinary, and Mixed-method Perspectives Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA (2012)
  • You Can’t Leave Your Work Behind: Occupational Experience and New Venture Founding Team Size
    Kim, P., Longest, K. You Can’t Leave Your Work Behind: Occupational Experience and New Venture Founding Team Size Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA (2012)
  • You Can’t Leave Your Work Behind: Occupational Experience and New Venture Founding Team Size
    Kim, P., Longest, K. You Can’t Leave Your Work Behind: Occupational Experience and New Venture Founding Team Size Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Denver, CO (2012)
  • Making Room for Something New: Foreign Direct Investment and Host-Country Entrepreneurial Activity
    Kim, P., Li, M. Making Room for Something New: Foreign Direct Investment and Host-Country Entrepreneurial Activity Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Washington, DC (2012)
  • Transaction Cost, Institutions, and Strategy of Entry Mode
    Li, M., Kim, P. Transaction Cost, Institutions, and Strategy of Entry Mode Strategic Management Society Annual Meeting, Miami, FL (2011)
  • Making Room for Something New: Foreign Direct Investment and Host-Country Entrepreneurial Activity
    Kim, P., Li, M. Making Room for Something New: Foreign Direct Investment and Host-Country Entrepreneurial Activity Academy of Management Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX (2011)
  • Diving in Before Testing the Waters: The Influence of Founder Experience and Occupational Characteristics on Venture Organizing Processes
    Kim, P., Longest, K., Li, M. Diving in Before Testing the Waters: The Influence of Founder Experience and Occupational Characteristics on Venture Organizing Processes American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV (2011)
  • Seeking Riches amid Uncertainty: Institutional Incentives for Starting Businesses in Emerging Economies
    Kim, P., Li, M. Seeking Riches amid Uncertainty: Institutional Incentives for Starting Businesses in Emerging Economies Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada (2010)
  • Punching In, Punching Out: Work, Leisure, and Entrepreneurial Ambitions
    Kim, P., Lippmann, S. Punching In, Punching Out: Work, Leisure, and Entrepreneurial Ambitions American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA (2010)
  • Bounded by legacy: Prior experience and the emergence of market logics in the U.S. wholesale electric power market
    Kim, P., Kim, J., O'Toole, J. Bounded by legacy: Prior experience and the emergence of market logics in the U.S. wholesale electric power market European Group of Organizational Studies, Barcelona, Spain (2009)
  • A Comparison of Korean Entrepreneurship among other Emerging Economies
    Kim, P. A Comparison of Korean Entrepreneurship among other Emerging Economies Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL (2009)
  • Standing on Shaky Ground: Frames and Emergent Institutions in the U.S. Wireless Telegraphy Field
    Kim, P., Lippmann, S. Standing on Shaky Ground: Frames and Emergent Institutions in the U.S. Wireless Telegraphy Field Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL (2009)
  • Bounded by Legacy: Analogy and Institutional Creation in the U.S. Wholesale Electric Market
    Kim, P., Kim, J. Bounded by Legacy: Analogy and Institutional Creation in the U.S. Wholesale Electric Market European Group of Organizational Studies Annual Meeting, Barcelona, Spain (2009)
  • Seeking Riches Amid Uncertainty: Institutional Incentives for Entreprenurial Entry in Emerging Economies
    Kim, P., Li, M. Seeking Riches Amid Uncertainty: Institutional Incentives for Entreprenurial Entry in Emerging Economies Smith Entrepreneurship Research Conference, College Park, MD (2009)
  • Backed by the State: Social Protection and Entrepreneurial Entry into Knowledge Intensive Industries
    Kim, P., Lee, C., Reynolds, P. Backed by the State: Social Protection and Entrepreneurial Entry into Knowledge Intensive Industries Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim CA (2008)
  • Bounded by Legacy: Analogy and Institutional Creation in the U.S. Wholesale Electric Market
    Kim, J., Kim, P., O'Toole, J. Bounded by Legacy: Analogy and Institutional Creation in the U.S. Wholesale Electric Market Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim CA (2008)
  • Forms, Frames, and Fields: a Multi-level Perspective on Institutional Entrepreneurship in the Pre-Commercial Radio Industry
    Lippmann, S., Kim, P. Forms, Frames, and Fields: a Multi-level Perspective on Institutional Entrepreneurship in the Pre-Commercial Radio Industry American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Boston MA (2008)
  • Task-Role Alignment of Social Support and Entrepreneurial Persistence
    Kim, P., Longest, K., Aldrich, H. Task-Role Alignment of Social Support and Entrepreneurial Persistence American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Boston MA (2008)
  • Bounded by legacy: Prior experience and the emergence of market logics in the U.S. wholesale electric power market
    Kim, P., Kim, J., O'Toole, J. Bounded by legacy: Prior experience and the emergence of market logics in the U.S. wholesale electric power market Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA (2008)
  • Backed by the State: Social Protection and Entrepreneurial Entry into Knowledge Intensive Industries
    Kim, P., Lee, C., Reynolds, P. Backed by the State: Social Protection and Entrepreneurial Entry into Knowledge Intensive Industries Babson Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Chapel Hill, NC (2008)
  • Backed by the State: Social Protection and Entrepreneurial Entry into Knowledge Intensive Industries
    Kim, P., Lee, C., Reynolds, P. Backed by the State: Social Protection and Entrepreneurial Entry into Knowledge Intensive Industries INSITE Technology Entrepreneurship and Institutions Conference, Madison WI (2008)
  • Bounded by Legacy: Analogy and Institutional Creation in the U.S. Wholesale Electric Market
    Kim, P. Bounded by Legacy: Analogy and Institutional Creation in the U.S. Wholesale Electric Market Smith Entrepreneurship Research Conference, College Park MD (2008)
  • Bounded by legacy: Prior experience and the emergence of market logics in the U.S. wholesale electric power market
    Kim, P., Kim, J., O'Toole, J. Bounded by legacy: Prior experience and the emergence of market logics in the U.S. wholesale electric power market Smith Entrepreneurship Research Conference, College Park, MD (2008)
  • Too Close for Comfort: Effectiveness of Close Ties in Support Networks of New Ventures
    Kim, P. Too Close for Comfort: Effectiveness of Close Ties in Support Networks of New Ventures Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA (2007)
  • A Rising Tide Does Not Lift All Boats: State Institutions and the Emergence of Organizations
    Kim, P., Lee, C., Reynolds, P. A Rising Tide Does Not Lift All Boats: State Institutions and the Emergence of Organizations American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY (2007)
  • Forms, Frames, and Fields: a Multi-level Perspective on Institutional Entrepreneurship in the Pre-Commercial Radio Industry
    Lippmann, S., Kim, P. Forms, Frames, and Fields: a Multi-level Perspective on Institutional Entrepreneurship in the Pre-Commercial Radio Industry Institutions and Entrepreneurship, Ithaca, NY (2007)
  • All in the Family: Advisory Networks for New Ventures
    Kim, P. All in the Family: Advisory Networks for New Ventures Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Honolulu HI (2005)
  • Firm Creation and the Measurement of New Organizations
    Kim, P. Firm Creation and the Measurement of New Organizations American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA (2005)
  • Fruits of Co-laboring: Effects Of Entrepreneurial Team Stability on the Organizational Founding Process
    Kim, P., Aldrich, H., Ruef, M. Fruits of Co-laboring: Effects Of Entrepreneurial Team Stability on the Organizational Founding Process Babson Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Boston MA (2005)
  • Measuring Operating Status for New Organizations
    Kim, P. Measuring Operating Status for New Organizations Academy of Management Annual Meeting, New Orleans LA (2004)
  • Starting Off Right: Financial Resources and Achieving Operating Status of Start-up Ventures
    Kim, P. Starting Off Right: Financial Resources and Achieving Operating Status of Start-up Ventures American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco CA (2004)
  • Teams that Work Together, Stay Together: Resiliency of Entrepreneurial Teams
    Kim, P., Aldrich, H. Teams that Work Together, Stay Together: Resiliency of Entrepreneurial Teams Babson Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Glasgow Scotland (2004)
  • If I were Rich? Financial and Human Capital’s Impact on Becoming a Nascent Entrepreneur
    Kim, P., Aldrich, H., Keister, L. If I were Rich? Financial and Human Capital’s Impact on Becoming a Nascent Entrepreneur American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta GA (2003)
  • Hampered by Homophily? The Effects of Team Composition on the Success of Nascent Entrepreneurs’ Organizing Efforts
    Aldrich, H., Carter, N., Ruef, M., Kim, P. Hampered by Homophily? The Effects of Team Composition on the Success of Nascent Entrepreneurs’ Organizing Efforts Babson Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Boston MA (2003)
  • Examining Attitudes Towards Racial Profiling
    Kim, P. Examining Attitudes Towards Racial Profiling Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore MD (2002)