The fourth area of research investigates the affective and socio-cognitive dynamics supporting entrepreneurial action. The ongoing research includes a project on the nature and influence of self-regulation strategies in the pursuit of entrepreneurial ventures.
To date, academic contributions in this line of research include:
Podoynitsyna, K., Snihur, Y., Thomas, L.D.W. & Grégoire, D.A. (conditionally accepted). Creating meta-narratives: How analogies and metaphors support business model innovation. In. K. Sund, R. Galavan & M. Boger (Eds), Business Models and Cognition. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing.
Grégoire, D.A., & Cherchem, N. (2019). A structured literature review and suggestions for future effectuation research. Small Business Economics, 54(3): 621-63.
Schmitt, C. & Grégoire, D.A. (2019). État des lieux: Recherches francophones sur la cognition entrepreneuriale. Revue de l’entrepreneuriat, 18(1): 7-22
Grégoire, D.A., Cornelissen, J., Dimov, D., & van Burg, E. (2015). The mind in the middle: Taking stock of affect and cognition research in entrepreneurship. International Journal of Management Reviews, 17(2): 125-142.
Grégoire, D.A. (2014). Exploring the affective and cognitive dynamics of entrepreneurship across time and planes of influence. In J.R. Mitchell, R.K. Mitchell & B. Randolph-Seng (Editors): Handbook of Entrepreneurial Cognition, pp. 182-226. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.
Wood, M.S., Williams, D.W. & Grégoire, D.A. (2012). The road to riches? A model of the cognitive processes and inflection points underpinning entrepreneurial action. In: J.A. Katz & A.C. Corbett (Eds). Advances in entrepreneurship, firm emergence and growth, pp. 207-252. Bingley, UK: Emerald.
Grégoire, D.A., Corbett, A.C. & McMullen, J.S. (2011). The cognitive perspective in entrepreneurship: An agenda for future research. Journal of Management Studies, 48(6): 1443-1477.