RRBM Honor Roll
The RRBM Honor Roll publications have been selected as examples of research that is both rigorous and relevant. The listing below offers credible insights for society.
These publications have been selected for the RRBM Honor Roll by the Selection Board with the exception of 2019 articles selected by a pre-test review panel.
|Nature of the publication||Journal article|
|Title of the publication||Toward a theological turn in entrepreneurship: How religion could enable transformative research in our field|
|Journal name/Book publisher||Journal of Business Venturing|
Despite its overwhelming importance to millions of people across the planet both currently and throughout history, religion has been largely neglected by entrepreneurship research. Yet, because of its prevalence, centrality, established base of scientific inquiry, and ability to offer novel insight into emerging phenomena, religion offers numerous opportunities for transformative research. In this editorial, we offer a glimpse of what a “theological turn” in entrepreneurship research might look like: first, by identifying obstacles to religion’s inclusion and how these barriers may be overcome; second, by explaining how the theological turn enables alternative explanations of important phenomena and stimulates research questions that build on the growing integration of religion and entrepreneurship in practice; and finally, by showing how a theological turn could challenge researchers to reach beyond our existing knowledge horizons to develop a future of impactful, relevant, and pioneering scholarship in the field of entrepreneurship.
|Author #1||Brett Smith|
|Affiliation Author #1||Miami University|
|Author #2||Jeffery McMullen|
|Affiliation Author #2||Indiana University|
|Author #3||Melissa Cardon|
|Affiliation Author #3||University of Tennessee|