Dr. B. (Brigitte) Hoogendoorn
Brigitte Hoogendoorn (1972) graduated in economics at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, The Netherlands in 1996. Subsequently, she started her professional career as a consultant and trainer in the field of change management at the Dutch consultancy firm Pentascope. Brigitte Hoogendoorn is (co-)author of several management books on implementation and change. In September 2008 she joined the Department of Applied Economics at the Erasmus School of Economics. Her research interests are in the field of entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, and sustainability. Currently, she is assistant professor of entrepreneurship at the same department, she is a research fellow at Erasmus Social Entrepreneurship Center (ESEC) and she holds a position as researcher at the Strategic Research department of Panteia/EIM Business and Policy Research in Zoetermeer.
B. Hoogendoorn, P.W. van der Zwan & A.R. Thurik (2017). Sustainable Entrepreneurship: The Role of Perceived Barriers and Risk. Journal of Business Ethics, Accepted. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10551-017-3646-8
B. Hoogendoorn (2016). The Prevalence and Determinants of Social Entrepreneurship at the Macro Level. Journal of Small Business Management, 54(S1), 278-296. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jsbm.12301[go to publisher's site]
B. Hoogendoorn, S. Bacq & C. Hartog (2016). Beyond the Moral Portrayal of Social Entrepreneurs:. Journal of Business Ethics, 133 (4), 703-718. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10551-014-2446-7[go to publisher's site]
B. Hoogendoorn, C.A. Rietveld & A. Van Stel (2016). Belonging, believing, bonding, and behaving: The relationship between religion and business ownership at the country level. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 26 (3), 1-32. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00191-016-0447-7
B. Hoogendoorn, D. Guerra & P.W. van der Zwan (2015). What drives environmental practices of SMEs? Small Business Economics, 44 (4), 759-781. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11187-014-9618-9
S. Bacq, C. Hartog & B. Hoogendoorn (2013). A quantitative comparison of social and commercial entrepreneurship: Toward a more nuanced understanding of social entrepreneurship organizations in context. Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 4 (1), 40-68. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19420676.2012.758653[go to publisher's site]
B. Hoogendoorn, H.P.G. Pennings & A.R. Thurik (2010). What do we know about social entrepreneurship? An analysis of empirical research. International Review of Entrepreneurship, 8 (2), 71-112.
Book Contributions (3)
B. Hoogendoorn (2015). Green entrepreneurship. In A. Van Stel (Ed.), Types and Roles of Entrepreneurship (EIM Research Report, H201501). Zoetermeer: Panteia
B. Hoogendoorn (2015). Green Entrepreneurs. In A. Van Stel (Ed.), Types and Roles of Entrepreneurship (SCALES, H201418) (pp. 53-68). Zoetermeer: Panteia
B. Hoogendoorn, H.P.G. Pennings & A.R. Thurik (2012). A conceptual overview of What We Know About Social Entrepreneurship. In J. DeFilippis & S. Saegert (Eds.), The Community Development Reader (pp. 117-124). New York: Routledge
B. Hoogendoorn (2011, oktober 6). Social entrepreneurship in the modern economy. Warm glow, cold feet. Erasmus University Rotterdam (226 pag.) (Rotterdam: Erasmus Research Institute of Management (PhD Serie 246)) Prom./coprom.: prof.dr. H.P.G. Pennings & prof.dr. A.R. Thurik.
Professional Publications (5)
P.W. van der Zwan, J. Hessels, B. Hoogendoorn & N. de Vries (2013). The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor The Netherlands 2012. (Extern rapport, H201314). Zoetermeer: Panteia/EIM
B. Hoogendoorn & M.M.M. Linssen (2013). De waarde van sociaal ondernemerschap: Een verkennend onderzoek naar sociaal ondernemerschap in Midden-Nederland. (Extern rapport, Research Report, no A201306). Zoetermeer: Panteia/EIM
B. Hoogendoorn & M. Kuhlmann (2008). Implementatiekunst. Schiedam: Scriptum
B. Hoogendoorn, J. Pieterse & E. Crijns (2007). Kleur geven aan Schitterend Organiseren. Den Haag: SDU Academic Service
B. Hoogendoorn (2006). Schitterend Organiseren. Den Haag: SDU Academic Service
- Economics of Entrepreneurship (2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016)
PhD Vacancy (1)
Entrepreneurship may be an important employment option for individuals who are disadvantaged in the labour market such as unemployed, the young and the old, or people with certain disabilities or health problems. Performance and wellbeing of such entrepreneurs may be enhanced when there is a good fit between their entrepreneurial activities and the institutional environment. This project investigates how different aspects of national institutional environments contribute to entry into entrepreneurship, goal orientation, performance and wellbeing of these special target groups.
Important questions to address are: What formal and informal institutions enhance a good environment-fit for entrepreneurship for such special groups? To what extent does a good environment- fit enhance goal completion, performance, survival and well being for special groups of entrepreneurs? Is there a link between institutions, type of special group and the type of business such as in terms of societal goals and relevance?
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