Kimberly Eddleston

Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

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Expertise

entrepreneurship, family business, managerial careers

Contact

k.eddleston@neu.edu
617.373.4014

Related Articles

3Qs: Breaking the high-​​tech glass ceiling

Kim­berly Eddle­ston, an asso­ciate pro­fessor of entre­pre­neur­ship and inno­va­tion, exam­ines the emerging role of women in the high-​​tech start-​​up sector.

Illuminating “The Fredo Effect”

North­eastern pro­fessor judges impact of family weak­nesses, strengths on the family business

Selected Publications

For a complete list of faculty citations, please visit iRis, Northeastern’s digital archive.

Paper

Nurturing entrepreneurs’ work-family balance: A gendered perspective

(with G.N. Powell) Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 36: 513-541.

Paper

Harmony, justice, confusion and conflict in family firms: Implications for ethical climate and the “Fredo effect.”

(with R.E. Kidwell and F.W. Kellermanns) Journal of Business Ethics, 106 (4): 503-517.

Paper

Parent-child relationships: Planting the seeds of deviant behavior in the family firm

(with R.E. Kidwell) Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 36 (2): 369-386.