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Benjamin Hallen
Benjamin Hallen
Longbrake Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, University of Washington
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The causes and consequences of the initial network positions of new organizations: From whom do entrepreneurs receive investments?
BL Hallen
Administrative Science Quarterly 53 (4), 685-718, 2008
5792008
Catalyzing strategies and efficient tie formation: How entrepreneurial firms obtain investment ties
BL Hallen, KM Eisenhardt
Academy of Management Journal 55 (1), 35-70, 2012
5472012
Do accelerators work? If so, how?
BL Hallen, SL Cohen, CB Bingham
Organization Science 31 (2), 378-414, 2020
528*2020
The role of accelerator designs in mitigating bounded rationality in new ventures
SL Cohen, CB Bingham, BL Hallen
Administrative Science Quarterly 64 (4), 810-854, 2019
3762019
How do social defenses work? A resource-dependence lens on technology ventures, venture capital investors, and corporate relationships
BL Hallen, R Katila, JD Rosenberger
Academy of Management Journal 57 (4), 1078-1101, 2014
2792014
Perceptually driven simplification for interactive rendering
D Luebke, B Hallen
Rendering Techniques 2001: Proceedings of the Eurographics Workshop in …, 2001
2642001
Exposed: Venture capital, competitor ties, and entrepreneurial innovation
E Cox Pahnke, R McDonald, D Wang, B Hallen
Academy of Management Journal 58 (5), 1334-1360, 2015
2322015
When do entrepreneurs accurately evaluate venture capital firms’ track records? A bounded rationality perspective
BL Hallen, EC Pahnke
Academy of Management Journal 59 (5), 1535-1560, 2016
1052016
The conditional importance of prior ties: A group-level analysis of venture capital syndication
L Zhang, AK Gupta, BL Hallen
Academy of Management Journal 60 (4), 1360-1386, 2017
962017
Perceptually driven simplification using gaze-directed rendering
D Luebke, B Hallen, D Newfield, B Watson
Tech. Rep. CS-2000-04, Department of Computer Science, University of …, 2000
572000
Do accelerators accelerate? If so, how? The impact of intensive learning from others on new venture development
BL Hallen, CB Bingham, S Cohen
SSRN Electronic Journal 1, 2017
552017
Entrepreneurial beacons: The Y ale endowment, run‐ups, and the growth of venture capital
YS Bermiss, BL Hallen, R McDonald, EC Pahnke
Strategic Management Journal 38 (3), 545-565, 2017
462017
Entrepreneurial network evolution: Explicating the structural localism and agentic network change distinction
BL Hallen, JP Davis, A Murray
Academy of Management Annals 14 (2), 1067-1102, 2020
442020
Catalyzing strategies: How entrepreneurs accelerate inter-organizational relationship formation to secure professional investments
BL Hallen, KM Eisenhardt
Academy of Management Journal 55 (1), 35-70, 2012
162012
Perceptually driven interactive rendering
D Luebke, B Hallen
University of Virginia Tech Report CS-2001-01, 2001
142001
Why are some accelerators more effective? Bounded rationality and venture development
SL Cohen, CB Bingham, BL Hallen
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 11946, 2017
132017
Are seed accelerators status springboards for startups? Or sand traps?
BL Hallen, SL Cohen, SH Park
Strategic Management Journal 44 (8), 2060-2096, 2023
92023
THE ORIGIN OF THE NETWORK POSITIONS OF NEW ORGANIZATIONS: FROM WHOM ARE ENTREPRENEURS LIKELY TO RECEIVE THEIR FIRST INVESTMENTS.
BL HALLEN
Academy of Management Proceedings 2007 (1), 1-6, 2007
82007
Network isolates: Entrepreneurial bootstrapping and the social disconnection of new organizations in the mobile app ecosystem
BL Hallen, JP Davis, PL Yin
Marshall School of Business Working Paper, 2017
72017
The origin of the network positions of new organizations: how entrepreneurs raise funds
BL Hallen
Available at SSRN 1017381, 2007
62007
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