Patrick J. Murphy


Ferreira J. J. & Murphy P. J. (Eds.). (2023). Bleeding edge entrepreneurship: Digitalization, blockchains, space, the ocean, and artificial intelligence. Leeds, England: Emerald Publishers.

Murphy, P. J. & Coye, R. W. (2013). Mutiny and its bounty: Leadership lessons from the age of discovery.  New Haven and London: Yale University Press.  ISBN 978-0300170283

Murphy, P.J. and Manocha, P. (2024), Entrepreneurship: Moving away from work-life balance and toward work-life harmony, Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 31(2), pp. 229-231.

Tran, H., & Murphy, P. J. (2023). Generative artificial intelligence and entrepreneurial performance, Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 30(5), 853-856.

Murphy, P. J. (2023). Entrepreneurship and the culture of measurement. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development 30(3), 425-426.

Murphy, P. J. (2022). Passion: An entrepreneurial constant.  Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development29(7), 993.

Murphy, P. J. (2022). Entrepreneurship: from the industrial–organizational paradigm to the community-venture paradigm.  Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 29(4), 505-506.

Murphy, P. J. (2022). Engaging entrepreneurship’s largest unanswered questions.  Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development29(3), 333-334.

Murphy, P. J. (2022). A new vision for the Journal of Small Business and Enterprise DevelopmentJournal of Small Business and Enterprise Development29(2), 177-181.

Costa, V., Ferreira, J. J., & Murphy, P. J. (forthcoming). An Empirical Ecosystem-based Study of “Making the Leap” from Employment to Entrepreneurship. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business.

Murphy, P. J., Kornetskyy, A., & Nixon, J. (2021). Delineating novel aspects of social enterprise theorySocial Enterprise Journal18(2), 364-382.

Muldoon, J., Bendixson, J., Gur, F., & Murphy, P. J. (2021). Management’s knowledge filter: Entrepreneurship theory and the historic conceptual evolution of opportunism in management studiesJournal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 29(3), 402-420.

Wu, J., Murphy, P. J., Chen, J., & Bunn, M. (2021). Institutional forces and knowledge search strategies as predictors of entrepreneurial venture performanceJournal of Small Business Management, 61(4), 2160-2188.

Novicevic, M.M., Smothers, J., Murphy, P.J., Humphreys, J.H., Roberts, F., & English, R. (2020). Humanistic entrepreneurship: The pioneering case of Frances Wright. Journal of Ethics and Entrepreneurship10(1), 24-44.

Murphy, P. J., Ferreira, J. J., Fernandes, C. I., & Do Paço, A. (2019). Blended value and female entrepreneurial performance: Social and economic aspects of education and technology transferInternational Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 17(2), 759-777.

Murphy, P. J., Hood, A. C., Wu, J. (2019). The heptalogical model of entrepreneurshipEntrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy, 2(3), 188-213.

Murphy, P. J., Pollack, J., Nagy, B., Rutherford, M., Coombes, S. (2019).  Risk tolerance, legitimacy, and perspective: Navigating biases in social enterprise evaluationsEntrepreneurship Research Journal, 9(4).

Henry, E. Y., Dana, L., & Murphy, P. J. (2018). Telling their own stories: Māori entrepreneurship in the mainstream screen industryEntrepreneurship and Regional Development30(1-2), 118-145.

Murphy, P. J., Smothers, J. E., Novicevic, M., Roberts, F., Humphreys, J., & Kornetskyy, A. (2018). Social enterprise in antebellum America: The case of Nashoba (1824-1829).  Journal of Management History, 24(1), 99-119. Winner of 2019 award for best paper published in Journal of Management History.

Monllor, J. & Murphy, P. J. (2016). Natural disasters, entrepreneurship, and creation after destructionInternational Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research, 23(4), 618-637.

Smothers, J., Murphy, P. J., Novicevic, M., & Humphreys, J. H. (2014). Institutional Entrepreneurship as Emancipating Institutional Work: James Meredith and the Integration Movement at Ole Miss.  Journal of Management History, 20(1), 114-134.

Murphy, P. J., Cooke, R. A., & Lopez, Y. (2013). Firm culture and performance: Intensity’s effects and limits. Management Decision, 51(6), 661-679.

Zeyen, A., Beckmann, M., Mueller, S., Dees, G., Khanin, D., Krueger, N., Murphy, P. J., Santos, F., Scarlata, M., Walske, J., & Zacharakis, A. (2013). Social entrepreneurship and broader theories: Shedding new light on the “bigger picture.” Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, 4(1), 88-107.

Murphy, P. J., Wu, Z., Welsch, H. P., Heiser, D. R., Young, S. T., & Jiang, B. (2012). Small business entrepreneurial outsourcing: Traditional problems, nontraditional solutionsStrategic Outsourcing: An International Journal, 5(3), 248-275.

Tang, J. & Murphy, P. J.  (2012).  Prior knowledge and new product and service developments by entrepreneurial firms: the mediating role of technological innovation.  Journal of Small Business Management, 50(1), 41-62

Dhanda, K. & Murphy, P. J.  (2011).  The new wild west is green: Carbon offset transactions, markets, and providers Academy of Management Perspectives, 25(4), 37-49.

Murphy, P. J.  (2011).  A 2×2 conceptual foundation for entrepreneurial discovery theory.  Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 35(2), 359-374.

Coye, R. W., Murphy, P. J., & Spencer, P. (2010).  Using historic mutinies to understand defiance in modern organizations.  Journal of Management History16(2), 270-287.  Winner of 2011 award for best paper published in Journal of Management History.

Pistrui, D., Murphy, P. J., & Deprez-Sims, A.  (2010).  The transgenerational family effect on new venture growth strategy.  International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management12(1), 3-16.

Murphy, P. J. (2009).  Entrepreneurship theory and the poverty of historicism.  Journal of Management History, 15(2), 109-133.  Winner of 2010 Emerald Publishers Highly Commended Article Award.

Murphy, P. J. & Coombes, S. M. (2009). A model of social entrepreneurial discovery.  Journal of Business Ethics, 87(3), 325-336. Ranked in 2021 as #6 in the top 100 all-time most influential publications in the field of social entrepreneurship [Reference.]

Zhu, R., Tang, J., & Murphy, P. J.  (2009).  Entrepreneurial alertness, technological innovation, and new product development.  Contemporary Finance and Economics, 292(3), 72-77.  [Chinese.]

Lavan, H. & Murphy, P. J.  (2007).  Southeast Asian culture, human development, and business competitiveness.  Journal of Asia Business Studies, 2(1), 14-22.

Jiang, B. & Murphy, P. J. (2007).  Do business school professors make good executive managers?  Academy of Management Perspectives, 21(3), 29-50.

Murphy, P. J., Kickul, J., Barbosa, S. D., Titus, L.  (2007).  Expert capital and perceived legitimacy: Female-run entrepreneurial venture signaling and performance.  International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 8(2), 127-138.

Coye, R. & Murphy, P. J. (2007). The golden age: Service management on transatlantic ocean linersJournal of Management History13(2), 172-191.  Winner of 2008 Emerald Publishers Highly Commended Article Award.

Murphy, P. J., Liao, J., & Welsch, H. P.  (2006).  A conceptual history of entrepreneurial thought.  Journal of Management History, 12(1), 12-35. Named by Emerald Publishers in 2017 as one of the 50 highest-impact papers published in the last half-century across all Emerald journals.

Liao, J. Murphy, P. J., & Welsch, H. P.  (2005).  Developing and validating a construct of entrepreneurial intensity.  New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, 8(2), 31-38.

Tett, R. P. & Murphy, P. J.  (2002).  Personality and situations in co-worker preference: Similarity and complementarity in worker compatibility.  Journal of Business and Psychology, 17(2), 223-243.

Tett, R. P., Guterman, H. A., Bleier, A., and Murphy, P. J.  (2000).  Development and content validation of a hyperdimensional taxonomy of managerial competence.  Human Performance, 13(3), 205-251. 

Al-Alawi, N., Al-Ansari, A., Al-Shuwaikh, F., Al-Musawi, M., Rawanbaksh, A. & Murphy, P. J. (2018). Pet Arabia: Middle eastern entrepreneurial venturing for a man’s best friendSage Business Cases.

Jiang, B. & Murphy, P. J. (2008).  Attacking the roots: Shiraishi Garments Company and an evolving thicket of business ethics in ChinaJournal of Business Ethics Education, 4, 135-146.  Honorable mention, 2008 Decision Sciences Institute case competition.  [Reprinted in D. J. Samson & P. J. Singh (Eds.). (2008).  Operations management: An integrated  approach, 473-482.  Sydney: Cambridge University Press.]  [Reprinted in S. T. Young (2010).  Essentials of Operations Management., 284-291. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.]

Jiang, B. & Murphy, P. J. (2007). If the shoe fits: Wenzhou Aike Shoes Company, LtdJournal of International Business Education, 3.   [Reprinted in S. T. Young (2009), Essentials of operations management, pp. A3-A8.  Sage Publications.]

Murphy, P. J. & Crockett, C.  (2007).  Dealer Trade Group: High-tech venturing in a low-tech industry.  Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 31(4), 643-662.  [Note to instructors: Dealer Trade Group.  Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 31(4), 663-666.]  [Reprinted in Kuratko, D. F. (2009), Entrepreneurship: Theory, process, practice (8th ed.).  Arlington, TX: Cengage Learning, Inc./Nelson Education, Ltd., pp. 239-254.]

Murphy, P. J. & Manocha, P. “Conceptualizing viral buzz: An epidemiological approach to entrepreneurial phenomena.” Presented at the Mid-winter meeting of the Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division Executive Committee, January 2024, Raleigh, NC.

Lohrke, F. & Murphy, P. J. “25 years of research based on Venkataraman (1997): Assessing progress and exploring future avenues.” To be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August 2022, Seattle, WA.

Murphy, P. J. & Kornetskyy, A. “Successful Large-scale European Applications of the Heptalogical Model: University Curriculum, MOOC, and a Social Enterprise Fund.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, January 2022, Raleigh, NC.

Muldoon, J. Bendickson, J., Gur, F. & Murphy, P. J. “The Conceptual Evolution of Opportunism in Management Studies.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Management, June 2021, online.

Holloway, A. G. & Murphy, P. J. “Utilizing the Heptalogical Model of Entrepreneurship for Education, Ecosystem Outreach, and Community Impact in a Senior Entrepreneurship Seminar.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, January 2020, online.

Murphy, P. J. & Teske, P. “You don’t need Powerpoint: Better entrepreneurship education with Prezi and Prezi Video” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, January 2020, online.

“Present at the Beginning: The Origins and Development of ‘Opportunism’ in Management Thought.” [Presenter.]  Presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August 2020, Vancouver BC (Meeting held online due to Covid-19).

“Pathways to Connect Research and Practice: Developing Practice-Inspired Entrepreneurship Research.” [Presenter.] Presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August 2020, Vancouver BC (Meeting held online due to Covid-19).

“Fostering interdisciplinary innovation.” [Panelist.] Presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, November 2017, Washington, DC.

“Social entrepreneurship and culture.”  [Discussant.] Presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, August 2016, Anaheim, CA.