Baris Istipliler is a post-doctoral research associate at University of Mannheim, Chair of Entrepreneurship and SME Research. He obtained his doctorate and M.Sc. from University of Mannheim.
During his studies, Baris has worked at multiple MNCs and gained experience in the fields of treasury & investor relations, controlling, entrepreneurial finance, financial accounting as well as operations. His research interests lie in the fields of entrepreneurial cognition and behavior, entrepreneurial failure, SME innovation as well as transgenerational entrepreneurship and family business research. Baris’s research was granted several awards and award nominations in international field conferences and published in journals such as Journal of Business Research, Journal of Small Business Management, Journal of General Management.
Baris spent the timeframe between Sep 2021 and Jan 2022 at Stanford University as a visiting scholar at SCANCOR. His stay was funded by a DAAD Grant.
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- Istipliler, B., Ahrens, J.-P., Hauer, A., Steininger, D., Woywode, M. (in Press). Heroes of the Green Room – How able successors revitalize and reinvent family firms. Journal of Small Business Management
- Istipliler, B., Bort, S., Woywode, M. (2023). Flowers of adversity: Institutional constraints and innovative SMEs in transition economies. Journal of Business Research
- Karami, M., Tang, J., Istipliler, B., Adomako, S. (2022). Resource induced coping heuristics transform psychological capital into opportunity recognition. Journal of General Management
- Ahrens, J.-P., Isaak, A. J., Istipliler, B., and Steininger, D. M. 2019. The Star Citizen Phenomenon & the ‘Ultimate Dream Management’ technique in crowdfunding. In Proceedings of the 40th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Munich, Germany, p. 1–9.
- Istipliler, B. and Ahrens, J.P., 2019. Role of sovereignty goals in explaining stakeholder orientation in family firms. In Academy of Management Proceedings, Vol. 2019, No. 1, p. 14418