Professor Ellie Hamilton

Professor

Profile

15 years experience in the setting up and management of a range of small businesses.

Entrepreneurship across generations: narrative, gender and learning in family business
Hamilton, E. 05/2013 Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing. 208 p. ISBN: 1849806241 , 978-1849806244.
Book

The discourse of entrepreneurial masculinities (and femininities)
Hamilton, E. 01/2013 In: Entrepreneurship and Regional Development. 25, 1-2, p. 90-99. 10 p.
Journal article

Intrafamily entrepreneurship: the formation and membership of family entrepreneurial teams
Discua Cruz, A., Howorth, C., Hamilton, E. 01/2013 In: Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice. 37, 1, p. 17-46. 30 p.
Journal article

A study of a university-led entrepreneurship education programme for small business owner/managers
Gordon, I., Hamilton, E., Jack, S. 12/2012 In: Entrepreneurship and Regional Development. 24, 9-10, p. 767-805. 38 p.
Journal article

Understanding entrepreneurial cultures in family businesses: a study of family entrepreneurial teams in Honduras
Discua Cruz, A., Hamilton, E., Jack, S. 09/2012 In: Journal of Family Business Strategy. 3, 3, p. 147–161. 15 p.
Journal article

Examining the link between research, teaching and engagment; a case study.
Hamilton, E., Rose, M., George, M., Smith, S., Stead, V. 9/01/2012
Abstract

Conceptualizing the observational side of entrepreneurial learning: A social learning theory approach
Zozimo , R., Jack, S., Hamilton, E. 2012 In: Babson Entrepreneurship Conference.
Conference contribution

Women entrepreneurial leaders and belonging: an alternative imagining
Stead, V., Hamilton, E. 2012 In: 7th Biennial International Interedisciplinary Conference 27-29 June 2012 Keele Unviersity UK.
Conference contribution

Structural approaches to narrative analysis in entrepreneurship research: exemplars from two researchers
Larty, J., Hamilton, E. 06/2011 In: International Small Business Journal. 29, 3, p. 220-237. 18 p.
Journal article

The story of a university knowledge exchange actor-network told through the sociology of translation: a case study
Smith, S.M., Rose, M.B., Hamilton, E.E. 31/12/2010 In: International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research. 16, 6, p. 502-516. 15 p.
Journal article

Whose story is it anyway? Narrative accounts of the role of women in founding and establishing family businesses
Hamilton, E.E. 2010 In: Women and Management, Edward Elgar International Library of Critical Writings on Business and Management Vols 1 and 2. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar ISBN: 9781848443266.
Chapter

What is (the point of) an entrepreneur in residence? A description of the Lancaster University experience, plus some worldwide comparisons.
George, M., Gordon, I., Hamilton, E.E. 2010 In: Industry and Higher Education. 24, 6
Journal article

Family Firm Diversity and Development: An Introduction
Howorth, C.A., Westhead, P., Rose, M.B., Hamilton, E.E. 2010 In: International Small Business Journal. 28, 5, p. 437-451. 15 p.
Journal article

Entrepreneurship education for owner-managers: The process of trust building for an effective learning community
Zhang, J., Hamilton, E.E. 2010 In: Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship. 23, 3, p. 249-270. 22 p.
Journal article

Portfolio entrepreneurship as a solution to the succession crisis: a case study of women's successors in Honduras
Discua Cruz, A., Howorth, C.A., Hamilton, E.E. 2010 In: Family Business Casebook Annual 2008-2009. USA : Kennesaw State University p. 25-48. 23 p. ISBN: 0-9753893-6-X.
Chapter

A study of the regional economic development impact of a university led entrepreneurship education programme for small business owners
Gordon, I., Hamilton, E.E., Jack, S.L. 2010 Lancaster University : Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
Working paper

The gendered discourses of entrepreneurship
Larty, J., Hamilton, E.E. 2009 In: Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) 32nd Annual Conference (Liverpool) - 2009. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

Engaging HEIs in Business and the Community: A Learning Perspective
Zhang, J., Hamilton, E.E. 2009 In: Education and Training. 51, 8/9, p. 607-623. 17 p.
Journal article

Opportunity evaluation in business families: the case of Honduran business groups
Discua Cruz, A., Hamilton, E.E., Howorth, C.A. 2009 In: IFERA Global Perspectives on Family Business Developments (Cyprus) - 2009. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

The creation and development of networks and social capital: Do HEIs have a role?”
Gordon, I., Jack, S., Hamilton, E. 2009 In: ISBE.
Conference contribution

Portfolio entrepreneurship in family business groups
Discua Cruz, A., Hamilton, E.E., Howorth, C.A. 2008 In: EIASM 4th Workshop on Family Firms Management Research (Naples) - 2008. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

Families in business: portfolio entrepreneurship in Honduras
Discua Cruz, A., Hamilton, E.E., Howorth, C.A. 2008 In: 8th Annual IFERA Conference (Breukelen) - 2008. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

Literary frameworks for narrative analysis in entrepreneurship research: a tale of two researchers
Larty, J., Hamilton, E.E. 2007 In: RENT XXI Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Conference (Cardiff ) - 2007. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

Entrepreneurial learning in family business
Hamilton, E.E. 2006 Lancaster University : Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
Working paper

Whose Story is it Anyway? Narrative accounts of the role of women in founding and establishing family businesses
Hamilton, E.E. 2006 In: International Small Business Journal. 24, 3, p. 253-271. 19 p.
Journal article

Narratives of enterprise as epic tragedy
Hamilton, E.E. 2006 In: Management Decision. 44, 4, p. 536-550. 15 p.
Journal article

Definitions, diversity and development: key debates in family business research
Howorth, C.A., Rose, M.B., Hamilton, E.E. 2006 In: The Oxford Handbook of Entrepreneurship. Oxford : Oxford University Press ISBN: 0-19-928898-4.
Chapter

Entrepreneurial learning through peer networks
Zhang, J., Hamilton, E.E. 2006 In: Babson College-Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Conference (Indiana University, USA) - 2006. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

Narratives of enterprise as epic tragedy
Hamilton, E.E. 2006 Lancaster University : Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
Working paper

Toward a theory of socially situated entrepreneurial learning
Cope, J.P., Hamilton, E.E. 2005 In: British Academy of Management Conference (Oxford) - 2005. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

Whose story is it anyway? Narrative accounts of the role of women in founding and establishing family businesses.
Hamilton, E.E. 2004 Lancaster University : Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
Working paper

The entrepreneuse: a silent entrepreneurial narrative
Hamilton, E.E., Smith, R. 2003 In: Small Business and Entrepreneurship Development Conference (University of Surrey ) - 2003. N/A : unknown p. 183-192. 10 p.
Conference contribution

One lifetime is not enough: stories of intergenerational influence and succession in family business
Hamilton, E.E. 2002 In: 25th Institute for Small Business Affairs National Small Firms Policy and Research Conference (Brighton ) - 2002. N/A : unknown p. 333-352. 20 p.
Conference contribution

Creating learning environments for entrepreneurs
Walker, C., McHugh, G., Hamilton, E.E., Calway, T. 2002 In: Small Business and Entrepreneurship Development Conference (University of Nottingham ) - 2002. N/A : unknown p. 103-109. 7 p.
Conference contribution

Prophets, not profits: entrepreneurship and marketing in social/not for profit contexts
Hamilton, E.E., Walker, C. 1999 In: Academy of Marketing/AMA/UIC Special Interest Group, 5th Annual Research Symposium on the Marketing-Entrepreneurship Interface (University of Strathclyde) - 1999. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

Voices of control: researching the lived experience of addictive consumers
Elliott, R., Hamilton, E.E., Eccles, S.A. 1999 In: First International Conference on Critical Management Studies (UMIST ) - 1999. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

Public goods: the ethics of marketing in the public arena
Hardman, J., Hamilton, E.E. 1999 In: Academy of Marketing: Political Marketing Conference (Bournemouth University) - 1999. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

From the horse’s mouth: a reflection on some of the learning issues surrounding the use of entrepreneurs and other guest speakers in the delivery of undergraduate entrepreneurship courses
Hamilton, E.E., Walker, C. 1999 In: 3rd Enterprise and Learning Conference (University of Paisley ) - 1999. N/A : unknown p. 32-40. 9 p.
Conference contribution

Franchising research in a European context
Doyle, J., Hamilton, E.E., Woodruffe-Burton, H.R. 1999 In: Academy of Marketing Science 9th Biennial World Marketing Congress (Malta) - 1999. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

The burden of history: intergenerational influence in a family business
Hamilton, E.E. 1999 In: Academy of Marketing/AMA/UIC Special Interest Group, 5th Annual Research Symposium on the Marketing-Entrepreneurship Interface (University of Strathclyde) - 1999. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution

Franchising: exploring the interface
Watts, G., Hamilton, E.E. 1998 In: Annual Conference of the Academy of Marketing (Sheffield Hallam University ) - 1998. N/A : unknown
Conference contribution