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  • Fraternity, legitimacy and (his)tory: the collective presentation of entrepreneur stories as excess. 

    Warren, Lorraine; Smith, Robert (New Mexico State University (NMSU) http://tamarajournal.com/, 2009-09)
    WARREN, L. and SMITH, R., 2009. Fraternity, legitimacy and (his)tory: the collective presentation of entrepreneur stories as excess. Tamara Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry, 8 (1), pp. 48-58.
    This paper is about an entrepreneurial fraternity and its role in reworking and reframing entrepreneurial excess. We achieve this through considering the historical presentation of the entrepreneur as an isolated individual, ...
  • Identity, enactment and entrepreneurship engagement in a declining place. 

    Anderson, Alistair R.; Warren, Lorraine; Bensemann, Jo (Wiley https://doi.org/10.1111/jsbm.12406, 2018-02-11)
    ANDERSON, A.R., WARREN, L. and BENSEMANN, J. 2018. Identity, enactment and entrepreneurship engagement in a declining place. Journal of small business management [online], Early View. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1111/jsbm.12406
    We examine entrepreneurship practice and identity work in a rural small town in New Zealand. Once prosperous, the town suffered economically and socially as old industries closed. Recently the town was rejuvenated, at ...
  • Restorying entrepreneurship in a changing world. 

    Warren, Lorraine; Smith, Robert (Kozminski University. http://crow.kozminski.edu.pl/journal/index.php/tamara/article/view/142, 2012-03)
    WARREN, L. and SMITH, R., 2012. Restorying entrepreneurship in a changing world. Tamara Journal for Critical Organization Enquiry, 10 (1-2), pp. 5-8.
  • Rule-breaking and legitimacy: a failure of artful navigation? 

    Warren, Lorraine; Smith, Robert (Emerald http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJEBR-03-2014-0052, 2015-04-30)
    WARREN, L. and SMITH, R. 2015. Rule-breaking and legitimacy: a failure of artful navigation? International journal of entrepreneurial behaviour and research [online], 21(2), pages 243-262. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJEBR-03-2014-0052
    The purpose of this paper is to critically examine the tension between rule-breaking and legitimacy for entrepreneurs, who are expected to challenge and change social or business norms. In doing so, they may be presented ...