- Green to Gone? Regional Institutional Logics and Firm Survival in Moral Markets. Organization Science, 2022 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- Entrepreneurship for the Public Good: A Review, Critique, and Path Forward for Social and Environmental Entrepreneurship Research. Academy of Management Annals 16 (1), 2022, 391-425 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- Gimme shelter or fade away: the impact of regional entrepreneurial ecosystem quality on venture survival. Industrial and Corporate Change 28 (4), 2019, 827-854 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- The Collective Construction of Green Building: Industry Transition Toward Environmentally Beneficial Practices. Academy of Management Perspectives 33 (4), 2019, 425-449 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- Through the Looking‐Glass: The Impact of Regional Institutional Logics and Knowledge Pool Characteristics on Opportunity Recognition and Market Entry. Journal of Management Studies 56 (7), 2018, 1414-1451 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- It’s Not Easy Building Green: The Impact of Public Policy, Private Actors, and Regional Logics on Voluntary Standards Adoption. Academy of Management Journal 61 (4), 2018, 1492-1523 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
- Geographic, Network, and Competitor Social Cues: Evidence from U.S. Venture Capitalists Internationalization Decisions. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 11 (4), 2017, 393-421 more… BibTeX Full text ( DOI )
Prof. Siddharth Vedula, PhD
Prof. Vedula's research interests are in the geography of entrepreneurship and environmental entrepreneurship. He has researched a wide array of topics including spatial contagion behavior in the venture capital investment industry, regional differences in the adoption of green building practices, how ideological differences in communities shape renewable energy entrepreneurship, and the dynamics of regional entrepreneurial ecosystems.
Prof. Vedula completed his Bachelors degree in Physiology and Mathematics from the University of Toronto. He subsequently obtained a Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering from McGill University, and a Ph.D. in Strategic, Organizational, and Entrepreneurial Studies from the University of Colorado Boulder. He then worked as an assistant professor of Entrepreneurship at Babson College. Since November 2020, Prof. Vedula was appointed to the professorship for Entrepreneurship and Communities at TUM.