Smothers, J., Murphy, P. J., Novicevic, M. M., & Humphreys, J. H. (forthcoming). Institutional Entrepreneurship as Emancipating Institutional Work: James Meredith and the Integration Movement at Ole Miss. Journal of Management History.
Zeyen, A., Beckmann, M., Mueller, S. J., Dees, J. G., Khanin, D. Krueger, N., Murphy, P. J., Santos, F., Scarlata, M., Walske, J. & Zacharakis, A. (forthcoming). Social entrepreneurship and broader theories: Shedding new light on the “bigger picture.” Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, DOI: 10.1080/19420676.2012.725422
Murphy, P. J., Cooke, R. A., & Lopez, Y. (2013). Firm culture and performance: Intensity's effects and limits. Management Decision, 51(3), 661-679.
Murphy, P. J., Wu, Z., Welsch, H. P., Heiser, D. R., Young, S. T., & Jiang, B. (2012). Small firm entrepreneurial outsourcing: Traditional problems, nontraditional solutions. Strategic Outsourcing: An International Journal, 5(3), 248-275.
Tang, J. & Murphy, P. J. (2012). Prior knowledge and new product and service introductions 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.
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conceptual foundation for entrepreneurial discovery theory.
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 History, Best Paper Published in Journal of Management History.
Murphy, P. J. (2010). A model of the discovery, assembly, and viability of entrepreneurial opportunities. In W. Gasparski and L. Ryan (Eds.), Entrepreneurship: values and responsibility, 17, 63-83. Piscataway, NJ: Transaction Publishers.
Murphy, P. J. (2009). Entrepreneurship theory and the poverty of historicism. Journal of Management History, 15(2), 109-133. Winner of Journal of Management History Highly Commended Article Award.
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.]
Jiang, B. & Murphy, P. J. (2007). Attacking the roots: Shiraishi Garments Company and an evolving thicket of business ethics in China. Journal of Business Ethics Education, 4, 135-146. [Teaching note available by request.] Reprinted in D. J. Samson & P. J. Singh (Eds.). (2008). Operations management: An integrated approach, 473-482. Sydney: Cambridge University Press.
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. & Marvel, M. R. (2007). The opportunity-based approach to entrepreneurial discovery research. In A. Rahim (Ed.), Current Topics in Management, 12, 169-191. Piscataway, NJ: Transaction Publishers.
Jiang, B. & Murphy, P. J. (2007). If the shoe fits: Wenzhou Aike Shoes Company, Ltd. Journal of International Business Education, 3. [Teaching note available by request.] 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.] Reprinted in D. F. Kuratko (2009), Entrepreneurship: Theory, process, practice (8th ed.), 239-254. Arlington, TX: Cengage Learning, Inc./Nelson Education, Ltd.
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.
Murphy, P. J. & Long, T. (2007). Disease epidemics and entrepreneurial tipping points: Models of venture viability from customer and financier perspectives. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 2006.
Coye, R. W. & Murphy, P. J. (2007). The golden age: Service management on transatlantic ocean liners. Journal of Management History, 13(2), 172-191. Winner of Journal of Management History Highly Commended Article Award.
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.
Murphy, P. J. (2005). Review of working for a family business: A non-family employee's guide to success. Family Business Review, 18(1), 91-94.
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., & Murphy, P. J. (2000). Development and content validation of a hyperdimensional taxonomy of managerial competence. Human Performance, 13(3), 205-251.