Kevin Hindle: works on Indigenous entrepreneurship

Published refereed journal articles

Hindle, K. & Moroz, P. 2010. Indigenous entrepreneurship as a research field: developing a definitional framework from the emerging canon. The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 6(4): 357-385.

Hindle, K. 2010. How community context affects entrepreneurial process: a diagnostic framework. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 22(7): 599-647.

Lindsay, N., Lindsay, W., Jordaan, A., & Hindle, K. 2006. Opportunity recognition attitudes of nascent Indigenous entrepreneurs. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 3(1): 56-75.

Hindle, K. & Lansdowne, M. 2005. Brave spirits on new paths: toward a globally relevant paradigm of Indigenous entrepreneurship research. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Special issue on Indigenous entrepreneurship, 18(2): 131-141.

Hindle, K., Anderson, R., Giberson, R., & Kayseas, B. 2005. Relating Practice to Theory in Indigenous Entrepreneurship: A Pilot Investigation of the Kitsaki Partnership Portfolio. The American Indian Quarterly, 29(1/2 Winter/Spring): 1-23.

Hindle, K. 2005. Contrasting Indigenous entrepreneurship in Australia and Canada: how three applied research perspectives can improve policy and programs. Small Enterprise Research, 13(1): 92-106.

Anderson, R., Kayseas, B., Dana, L., & Hindle, K. 2004. Indigenous land claims and economic development: The Canadian experience. American Indian Quarterly, 28(3): 634-648.

Published books and book chapters

Hindle, Kevin 2012. The Parable of the Teepee. In S.N. Nielsen, K.Klyver, M.R. Evald and T. Bager (Eds.), Entrepreneurship in Theory and Practice: Paradoxes in Play. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar, 203-206.

Hindle, K. & Lansdowne, M. 2007. Chapter 2: Brave spirits on new paths: toward a globally relevant paradigm of indigenous entrepreneurship research. In L.-P. Dana & R. B. Anderson (Eds.), International Handbook of Research on Indigenous Entrepreneurship: 8-19. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.

Hindle, K. 2007. Chapter 38: The renaissance of Indigenous entrepreneurship in Australia: dream or educational possibility? In L.-P. Dana & R. B. Anderson (Eds.), International Handbook of Research on Indigenous Entrepreneurship: 485-493. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.

Anderson, R. B., MacAulay, S., Kayseas, B., & Hindle, K. 2007. On Their Own Terms: Indigenous Communities, Development and the New Economy. In G. Shockley (Ed.), Non-market Entrepreneurship: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited

Refereed conference proceedings – papers published in full

Hindle, K. & Moroz, P. 2007. Indigenous entrepreneurship as a research field: developing a definitional framework from the emerging canon. Paper presented at the Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, (BCERC) 2007, Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research.

Hindle, K. & Moroz, P. 2007. Defining indigenous entrepreneurship as a research field: discovering and critiquing the emerging canon. Paper presented at the Refereed Proceedings of the 2007 ICSB World Conference, Finland.

Kayseas, R., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2006. Fostering Indigenous Entrepreneurship: a case study of the Membertou first nation. Paper presented at the Albuqurque Conference, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Kayseas, B., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2006. Successful Indigenous entrepreneurship in Canada: a descriptive framework and causal explanation, a case study of the Osoyoos Indian Band. Paper presented at the 3rd International Entrepreneurship and Research Exchange.

Kayseas, B., Hindle, K., Anderson, R. B., & Camp, R. D. 2005. Corporate Aboriginal Alliances: a Case Study of the Osoyoos Indian Band. Paper presented at the 2nd AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange.

Kayseas, B., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. B. 2004. How should we measure Indigenous entrepreneurship? A search for explanatory variables. Paper presented at the 29th Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Dunedin, New Zealand: University of Otago.

Anderson, R. B., Hindle, K., Giberson, R. J., & Kayseas, R. 2004. Understanding Success in Indigenous Entrepreneurship: An Exploratory Investigation. Paper presented at the Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2004: First Annual Regional Entrepreneurship Research Exchange, Melbourne.

Anderson, R. B., Hindle, K., Dana, L. P., & Kayseas, R. 2003. Indigenous Land Claims and Economic Development: The Canadian Experience. Paper presented at the 2003 ANZAM Conference, Perth, Australia.

Refereed conference proceedings – papers published in abstract

Kayseas, R., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2007. An Empirically Justified Theory of Successful Indigenous Entrepreneurship. Paper presented at the Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship, 4th International Entrepreneurship and Research Exchange.

Hindle, K. & Moroz, P. 2007. Defining Indigenous entrepreneurship as a research field: discovering and critiquing the emerging canon. Paper presented at the Babson College Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Madrid: Instituto de Empresa.

Kayseas, B., Hindle, K., et al. 2004. Corporate Aboriginal Alliances: a Case Study of the Osoyoos Indian Band. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Anderson, R. & Hindle, K. 2003. Indigenous Land Rights: A Source of Entrepreneurial Capital? Paper presented at the Babson College-Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Babson Park, Wellesley, MA.

Hindle, K. & Lansdowne, M. 2002. Brave spirits on new paths: toward a globally relevant paradigm of Indigenous entrepreneurship research. Paper presented at the Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: Twenty-Second Annual Entrepreneurship Research Conference.

Delivered conference papers

Pasco, M., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2009. What contexts qualify as Indigenous Entrepreneurship? Perspectives on the legitimacy of colonially defined communities, 13th APROS Conference. Monterrey, Mexico: Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.

Kayseas, B., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2009. Diagnosing the prospects for successful entrepreneurial process in Indigenous communities: Testing the utility of ‘Hindle’s Bridge’, 13th APROS Conference. Monterrey, Mexico: Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.

Kayseas, R., Hindle, K., & RobertAnderson. 2006. Fostering Indigenous entrepreneurship: A case study of the Membertou First Nation, Nova Scotia, International Indigenous Business and Entrepreneurship Conference. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Anderson, R., Macauley, W., Kayseas, B., & Hindle, K. 2006. On their own terms: Indigenous communities, development in the new economy, Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia.

Research reports and monographs

Hindle, K. & Rushworth, S. 2002. The GEM Australia 2002 focus report: Indigenous entrepreneurship in Australia. Melbourne: Swinburne University.