Simon Down
Simon Down
Professor, Birmingham University and Kristianstad University/Högskolan Kristianstad (HKR) , Sweden
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Constructing narratives of enterprise: Clichés and entrepreneurial self‐identity
S Down, L Warren
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 2008
Ageing and entrepreneurial preferences
T Kautonen, S Down, M Minniti
Small Business Economics 42, 579-594, 2014
Narratives of enterprise: Crafting entrepreneurial self-identity in a small firm
S Down
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006
Generational encounters and the social formation of entrepreneurial identity:‘young guns’ and ‘old farts’
S Down, J Reveley
Organization 11 (2), 233-250, 2004
Between narration and interaction: Situating first-line supervisor identity work
S Down, J Reveley
Human Relations 62 (3), 379-401, 2009
“Involuntary self‐employment” as a public policy issue: a cross‐country European review
T Kautonen, S Down, F Welter, P Vainio, J Palmroos, K Althoff, S Kolb
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 2010
Enterprise support for older entrepreneurs: The case of PRIME in the UK
T Kautonen, S Down, L South
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research 14 (2), 85-101, 2008
Enterprise, entrepreneurship and small business
S Down
Enterprise, Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 1-256, 2010
“Modern” learning methods: rhetoric and reality
E Sadler‐Smith, S Down, J Lean
Personnel Review 29 (4), 474-490, 2000
Owner‐manager learning in small firms
S Down
Journal of small business and enterprise development 6 (3), 267-280, 1999
Performing entrepreneurial masculinity: An ethnographic account
A Giazitzoglu, S Down
International Small Business Journal 35 (1), 40-60, 2017
Examining the effect of ‘entre-tainment’as a cultural influence on entrepreneurial intentions
J Swail, S Down, T Kautonen
International Small Business Journal 32 (8), 859-875, 2014
Collective emotions in institutional creation work
S Farny, E Kibler, S Down
Academy of Management Journal 62 (3), 765-799, 2019
It pays to be nice to people: Investors in People: The search for measurable benefits
S Down, D Smith
Personnel Review, 1998
Fear and loathing in the field: Emotional dissonance and identity work in ethnographic research
S Down, K Garrety, R Badham
M@ n@ gement 9 (3), 95-115, 2005
A historiographical account of workplace and organizational ethnography
S Down
Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 2012
When the “subject” and the “researcher” speak together: Co-producing organizational ethnography
S Down, M Hughes
Organizational ethnography: Studying the complexity of everyday life, 83-98, 2009
The distinctiveness of the European tradition in entrepreneurship research
S Down
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 25 (1-2), 1-4, 2013
Knowledge sharing review the use of history in business and management, and some implications for management learning
S Down
Management Learning 32 (3), 393-410, 2001
Adding value to HRD: Evaluation, investors in people and small firm training
E Sadler-Smith, S Down, J Field
Human Resource Development International 2 (4), 369-390, 1999
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