Bruton, G., Khavul, S., Siegel, D.,Wright, M. (2015). New financial
alternatives in seeding entrepreneurship: Microfinance, crowdfunding,
and peer-to-peer innovations. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 39(1): 9-26..
Perez-Nordtvedt, L., Khavul, S., Harrison, D.A., McGee, J. (2014). Adaptation to
temporal shocks: Influences of strategic interpretation and spatial distance. Journal of Management
Studies. 51(6): 869-897.
De Castro, J., Khavul, S., Bruton, G.D. (2014). Shades of grey: How do informal
firms navigate between the macro and meso institutional environments Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. 8(1): 75-94.
Yamakawa, Y., Khavul, S.*, Peng, M., Deeds, D. (2013). Venturing
from emerging economies. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. 7:181-196.
Khavul, S., Chavez, H., Bruton, G. (2013). When institutional change outruns the change agent: The contested terrain of entrepreneurial microfinance for those in poverty. Journal of Business Venturing. 28(1) 30-50.
Khavul, S. Bruton, G. (2013). Harnessing innovation for
change: Sustainability and poverty in developing countries. Journal of
Management Studies. 50(2): 285-306.
Khavul, S., Prater, E., Swafford, P.M. (2012). International responsiveness of entrepreneurial new ventures internationalizing from three leading emerging economies. International Journal of Operations and Production Management. 32(10)L 1147-1177.
Bruton, G.D., Khavul, S., Chavez, H. (2011). Microfinance in emerging economies: Building a new line of inquiry from the ground up. Journal of International Business Studies. 42(5): 718-739.
Wood, E., Khavul, S.,* Perez-Nordtvedt, L., Prakhya, S., Velarde, R., Zheng, C. (2011). Strategic commitment and timing of internationalization: Evidence from China, India, Mexico and South Africa. Journal of Small Business Management. 49(2): 252-282.
Gimmon, E., Yitshaki, R., Benjamin, E., Khavul, S. (2011). Divergent views of venture capitalists and entrepreneurs on strategic change in new ventures. Strategic Change.20:85-99.
Khavul, S., Perez-Nordtvedt, L., Wood, E. (2010).
Organizational entrainment and the internationalization of new ventures from
emerging markets. Journal of Business Venturing. 25(1): 104-119.
Recognized by the Journal of Business Venturing editors as an exemplar high quality paper within the field of international entrepreneurship..
Khavul, S., Peterson, M., Mullens, D., Rasheed, A. (2010). Going global with innovations from emerging economies: Investment in customer support capabilities pays off. Journal of International Marketing. 18(4): 22-42.
Khavul, S. (2010). Microfinance: Creating
opportunities for the poor? Academy of Management Perspectives.24(3):
Selected as a finalist by the Academy of Management for best published article of 2010 to appear in Academy of Management Perspectives.
Khavul, S., Benson, G., Datta, D. (2010). Is internationalization associated with investments in HRM? A study of entrepreneurial firms in emerging markets. Human Resource Management.49(4):693-713.
Khavul, S., Bruton, G.D., Wood, E. (2009). Informal family business in Africa. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 33(6): 1219-1238.
Khavul, S. (2002). How entrepreneurs manage uncertainty. Ivey Business Journal.21-26
Lerner, M., Khavul, S., Hisrich, R. D. (2007). Immigrants from the former Soviet Union as ethnic entrepreneurs in Israel. in Dana, L.P. (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship: A Co-Evolutionary View on Resource Management. (pp. 630-644). Northampton MA: Edward Elgar.
Zheng, C., Khavul, S. (2006). Capability development, learning and growth in international entrepreneurial firms: Evidence from China. In Li, H., (Ed.)Growth of New Technology Ventures in China’s Emerging Market. (pp. 287-312). Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.
Zheng, C., Khavul, S. (2005). Capability development, learning and growth in international entrepreneurial firms: Evidence from China. In Katz J. and Shepherd, D. Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence, and Growth: International Entrepreneurship. (pp. 279-302). Oxford, UK: Elsevier Press.
Khavul, S. (2005). Israel: The emergence and evolution of the Israeli software industry. In Commander, S. (Ed.), Software From Emerging Markets. (pp.133-188).Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.