Kevin Hindle: complete list of academic publications
to April 2011 (update to June 2013 will be posted on July 5)

Degree award theses

Hindle, K. G. 1997. An enhanced paradigm of entrepreneurial business planning.  Development, case applications and general implications. Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne.

Hindle, K. G. 1982. A corporate strategy for the West Torrens Football Club. University of Adelaide, Adelaide.

Hindle, K. G. 1972. A condor among the foxes: general Rene Barrientos Ortuno in Bolivian politics. Australian National University, Canberra.

Competitive research grants

In Australia, as sole or principal researcher, Kevin Hindle has won grants, specifically for entrepreneurship research projects and whose findings are in the public domain, in excess of two million Australian dollars. Sources of these funds have included public research granting agencies, private sector sponsors and internal university competitive granting agencies.

In Canada and internationally Kevin Hindle works in a team that includes Professor Bob  Anderson of the University of Regina and Professor Leo-Paul Dana of the University of Canterbury. The team works to win grants focused on the study of Indigenous entrepreneurship. It has gained and is targeting significant funding for several large and significant projects in this field.

Hindle, Kevin; Gibson Brian and David, Alison 2010. Optimising employee ability in small firms: Employing people with a disability. Small Enterprise Research: Vol. 17, 207-212.

Moroz, P. W., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2010. Collaboration with entrepreneurship education programmes: building spinout capacity at universities. International Journal of Innovation & Learning, 7(3): 141-169.

Klyver, K. & Hindle, K. 2010. The Role of ‘Professional Advisors on Financial Matters’ in Entrepreneurial Networks. Journal of Enterprising Culture, 18(1): 1-27.

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.

Jennings, D. & Hindle, K. 2009. Performance differences between entrepreneurial and non-entrepreneurial firms: Extending the strategy-structure-performance paradigm. The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 10(1): 4-20.

Moroz, P., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2008. Commercialisation of new knowledge within universities: exploring performance disparities. International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 4(1): 4-19.

Klyver, K., Hindle, K., & Meyer, D. 2008. Influence of social network structure on entrepreneurship participation—a study of 20 national cultures. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 4(3): 331-347.

Mainprize, B. & Hindle, K. 2007. The Benefit: A Well-Written Entrepreneurial Business Plan is to an Entrepreneur What a Midwife is to an Expecting Mother. Journal of Private Equity, 11(1): 40-52.

Klyver, K. & Hindle, K. 2007. The role of social networks at different stages of business formation. Small Enterprise Research, 15(1): 22-38.

Hindle, K. & Klyver, K. 2007. Exploring the relationship between media coverage and participation in entrepreneurship: initial global evidence and research implications. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 3(2): 217-242.

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. & Mainprize, B. 2006. A systematic approach to writing and rating entrepreneurial business plans. The Journal of Private Equity, 9(3): 7-22.

Hindle, K. 2006. A measurement framework for international entrepreneurship policy research: from impossible index to malleable matrix. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 3(2): 139-182.

Mainprize, B. & Hindle, K. 2005. Assessing the efficacy and standardization potential of five competing venture capital investment evaluation approaches. The Journal of Private Equity, 9(1): 6-21.

Jennings, D. F. & Hindle, K. 2005. Strategy-Structure-Performance Relationships in a Hostile Environment: Prescriptions for Entrepreneurial and Conservative Electrical Distributors. Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, 4(1): 127-165.

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.

Hindle, K. & Yencken, J. 2004. Public research commercialisation, entrepreneurship and new technology based firms: an integrated model. Technovation, 24(10): 793-803.

Hindle, K., Anderson, R. B., & Gibson, B. 2004. From What We Know to How We Use It: Five Principles for Turning Entrepreneurship Research into Practitioner Action Guidelines. Small Enterprise Research, 12(1).

Hindle, K., Anderson, R. B., & Gibson, B. 2004. From what we know to how we use it: five principles for turning entrepreneurship research into practitioner action guidelines. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 17(4): 261-266.

Hindle, K. 2004. A Practical Strategy for Discovering, Evaluating and Exploiting Entrepreneurial Opportunity: Research Based Action Guidelines. Small Enterprise Research, 12(1).

Hindle, K. 2004. Choosing Qualitative Methods for Entrepreneurial Cognition Research: A Canonical Development Approach. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 28(6): 575-607.

Hindle, K. 2004. A Practical Strategy for Discovering, Evaluating and Exploiting Entrepreneurial Opportunities: Research-Based Action Guidelines. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 17(4): 267-276.

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.

Mainprize, B., Hindle, K., Smith, B., & Mitchell, R. 2003. Caprice versus standardization in venture capital decision making: an empirical evaluation. Journal of Private Equity, 7(1): 15 – 25.

Hindle, K. & Lee, L. 2002. An exploratory investigation of informal venture capitalists in Singapore. Venture Capital, 4(2): 169-177.

Hindle, K. & Cutting, N. 2002. Can applied entrepreneurship education enhance job satisfaction and financial performance? An empirical investigation in the Australian pharmacy profession. Journal of Small Business Management, 40(2): 162-167.

Hindle, K. 2002. small-i or BIG-I? How entrepreneurial capacity transforms ‘small-i’ into ‘Big-I’ innovation: some implications for national policy. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 52(3): 51-63.

Hindle, K. 2002. Entrepreneurship Education at University: The Plus-zone Challenge, Sino-Australian Conference of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Policy and Practice (2001 : Hangzhou, China): 78-89. Melbourne: RMIT Publishing.

Hindle, K. 2002. A grounded theory for teaching entrepreneurship using simulation games. Simulation & Gaming, 33(2): 236.

Hindle, K. 2001. Entrepreneurship education at university: the plus-zone challenge. Small Enterprise Research, 9(2): 3-16.

Hindle, K. & Wenban, R. 1999. Australia s informal venture capitalists: an exploratory profile. Venture Capital, 1(2): 169-186.

Hindle, K. G., Wenban, R. C., & Jennings, D. F. 1997. Business Angels: Research Perspectives and Priorities for Australian and South East Asia. Innovation Papers: The Swinburne Review of Entrepreneurship, 4(2): 12-26.

Eng, L. L., Hindle, K. G., & Legge, J. M. 1995. Innovation in a large corporation:  attitudes to entrepreneurship in Telstra. Innovation Papers: The Swinburne Review of  Entrepreneurship, 3(1): 7-28.

Hindle, K. G. 1994. Dynamic due diligence. An entrepreneurial business planning method for evaluating mergers and acquisitions: theory, case application and general implications. Innovation Papers: The Swinburne Review of  Entrepreneurship, 2(1): 61-77.

Hindle, K. 1993. Harvesting a’Lost’Investment: case study of a financial innovation. Creativity and Innovation Management, 2(1): 53-62.

Hindle, K. & Gillin, M. 1991. Government involvement in entrepreneurship and new business creation in Australia: A quantitative analysis of public perceptions and opinions. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 3(4): 379-393.

Hindle, K. G. 1987. Mr Lasswell Battles the P.I.G.S.  Towards a method for anticipating non-target audience reaction to market-segmented communications in mass media. Australian Marketing Researcher, 11(1): 48-57.

Hindle, K. G. 1985. Marketing the organisational accountant. The Australian Accountant (May): 38-40.

Hindle, K. G. 1984. Selected aggregate perspectives on the Australian advertising industry: some statistics and their research implications. Marketing World (May).

Hindle, K. G. 1983. Australian accounting policy: two hats in the ring. Accounting Forum(March): 40-63.

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. & Klyver, K. 2011. Handbook of Research on New Venture Creation. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.

Hindle, Kevin and Yencken, John 2011. Science and technology based entrepreneurial support in Australia’s ‘second tier innovator economy’. In Sarfraz A. Mian (Ed.), Science and Technology Based Regional Entrepreneurship: Global experience in Policy and Program Development. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar, 234-255.

Klyver, K., Evald, M. R., & Hindle, K. 2011. Social Networks and New Venture Creation: The Dark Side of Networks. In K. Hindle & K. Klyver (Eds.), Handbook of Research on New Venture Creation. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.

Hindle, K. & Klyver, K. 2011. New venture creation research: from established perspectives to new horizons. In K. Hindle & K. Klyver (Eds.), Handbook of Research on New Venture Creation: 386. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.

Hindle, K. & Al-Shanfari, D. 2011. Mapping the Landscape of New Venture Creation Research. In K. Hindle & K. Klyver (Eds.), Handbook of Research on New Venture Creation. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.

Hindle, K. 2010. Skillful Dreaming: Testing a General Model of Entrepreneurial Process with a Specific Narrative of Venture Creation. In William B. Gartner (Ed.), ENTER: Entrepreneurial Narrative Theory Ethnomethodology and Reflexivity. Clemson SC: Clemson University (ISBN 978-0-9842598-6-1), 97-135.

Hindle, K., Klyver, K., & Jennings, D. 2009. An “informed” intent model: incorporating human capital, social capital and gender variables into the theoretical model of entrepreneurial intentions. In A. L. Carsrud & M. Brännback (Eds.), Understanding the Entrepreneurial Mind: Opening the Black Box.: 35 – 50. New York: Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg.

Blackman, D. & Hindle, K. 2008. Would using the psychological contract increase entrepreneurial business development potential? . In R. Barrett & S. Mayson (Eds.), International Handbook of Entrepreneurship and HRM: 382-397. Cheltenham, UK: Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.

Hindle, K., Mainprize, B., & Dorofeeva, N. 2007. Venture Intelligence. Melbourne: Learnfast Press.

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.

Hindle, K. 2007. Teaching entrepreneurship at university: from the wrong building to the right philosophy. In G. P. G. & M. P. Rice (Eds.), Entrepreneurship Education. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.

Hindle, K. 2007. Chapter 5: Teaching entrepreneurship at university: from the wrong building to the right philosophy. In A. Fayolle (Ed.), Handbook of Research in Entrepreneurship Education, Vol. 1: 104-126. 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

Hindle, K. & Solomon, G. 2005. Best papers in the field of entrepreneurship education, introduction, selection and commentary. In R. van der Horst & S. King-Kauanui & S. Duffy (Eds.), Keystones of Entrepreneurship Knowledge: 261-364. Malden/Oxford: Blackwell.

Hindle, K. 2005. The wheel and the pyramid: using Whitetead’s philosophy of education to design entrepreneurship curricula at university. In V. Søgaard & S. G. Svendsen & S. B. Bruun & C. Høyer (Eds.), CESFO Årsrapport 2004/2005. Tema: Teaching Entrepreneurship (CESFO Yearbook 2004/2005. Issue: Teaching Entrepreneurship): 11-16. Kolding, Denmark: University of Southern Denmark.

Legge, J. M. & Hindle, K. G. 2004. Entrepreneurship: context, vision and planning. London: Pelgrave Macmillan.

Jennings, D. F. & Hindle, K. 2004. Equifinality, corporate entrepreneurship and strategy-structure-performance relationships. In Jerome A. Katz & D. A. Shepherd (Eds.), Corporate Entrepreneurship, Vol. 7: 101-144. Oxford, UK: Elsevier/JAI Press.

Hindle, K. G. & Rushworth, S. 2001. The demography of investor heaven: international research on the attitudes, behaviour and characteristics of business angels. In M. Whincop (Ed.), Bridging the entrepreneurial financing gap: linking governance with regulatory policy: 10-37. Aldershot (Hants, England): Ashgate.

Legge, J. M. & Hindle, K. G. 1997. Entrepreneurship: how innovators create the future. London/Melbourne: Macmillan.

Hindle, K. G. 1992. How to use organisational behaviour.  A comprehensive analytical method for solving case studies and ‘Real World’ organisational problems. Melbourne: Learnfast Press.

Hindle, K. G. 1990. Giving Australia.  A quantitative exploration of the philanthropic sector of the Australian economy for the 1988-1989 financial year. Melbourne: The Australian Association of Philanthropy Press in Association with Melbourne University.

Hindle, K. G. & Wigney, P. 1986. Understanding marketing research. A no tears no maths course for marketing managers. Sydney: Management Technology Education Pty. Ltd.

Recent editorships

Hindle, K. & Klyver, K. (Eds.). 2011. Handbook of Research on New Venture Creation. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.

Hindle, K. 2006. Editor. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 3(2): 137-138.

Refereed conference proceedings – papers published in full

Moroz, P. W., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2010. Exploring alternate pathways for facilitating entrepreneurship at university. Paper presented at the United States Association for Small Business, Nashville, TEN.

Moroz, P. & Hindle, K. 2010. Entrepreneurship as a process: Toward harmonizing multiple perspectives. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Hindle, K. & Senderovitz, M. 2010. Unifying the three principal contending approaches to explaining early-stage entrepreneurial decision-making and behavior. Paper presented at the Babson College Entrepreneurial Research Conference, Lausanne, Switzerand.

Hindle, K. 2009. The relationship between innovation and entrepreneurship: easy definition, hard policy. Paper presented at the 6th AGSE International Entrepreneurship Research Exchange, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.

Moroz, P., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2007. Commercialization of new knowledge within universities: exploring performance disparities. Paper presented at the ICSB World Conference 2007, Turku, Finland.

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.

Hindle, K. 2007. Formalizing the concept of entrepreneurial capacity. Paper presented at the 2007 ICSB World Conference, Finland.

Yencken, J., O’Connor, A., & Hindle, K. 2006. Encouraging high expectation entrepreneurship: the implications of Australian policy practices. Paper presented at the Conference Proceedings: 51st ICSB World Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Klyver, K. & Hindle, K. 2006. Foundation evidence of the relationship between entrepreneurs, financial issues and financial advisers. Paper presented at the 11th Finsia – Melbourne Centre for Financial Studies Banking and Finance Conference Melbourne Victoria.

Klyver, K. & Hindle, K. 2006. Do social networks affect entrepreneurship? A test of the fundamental assumption using large sample, longitudinal data. Paper presented at the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, Yeppoon.

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.

Hindle, K. & Mainprize, B. 2006. Is the quality of entrepreneurial business plans related to the outcome of a new venture? Paper presented at the 3rd International Entrepreneurship and Research Exchange.

Blackman, D. & Hindle, K. 2006. Would using the psychological contract increase entrepreneurial business development potential? Paper presented at the Proceedings of the Australian Centre for Research in Employment and Work Conference, Monash University and King’s College London Prato, Italy.

Yencken, J. & Hindle, K. 2005. Finding and filling the gaps in the Australian governments’ innovation and entrepreneurship support spectra. Paper presented at the Second Annual AGSE International Entrepreneurship 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.

Yencken, J., Rushworth, S., & Hindle, K. . 2004. Australia’s Strengths and Weaknesses in Technology Transfer and R&D Exploitation: GEM Australia “Experts” Views Compared with Public Policy and Other Published Data. Paper presented at the Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2004: Proceedings of the First Annual Regional Entrepreneurship Research Exchange, Melbourne.

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.

Jennings, D. F. & Hindle, K. G. 2004. Corporate Entrepreneurship and Equifinality: An Empirical Analysis of Strategy-Structure-Performance.

Hindle, K. 2004. Turning Entrepreneurship Research Findings into Practical Action Guidelines: the Example of Opportunity Assessment. Paper presented at the First Annual Regional Entrepreneurship Research Exchange, Melbourne.

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.

Mainprize, B., & Hindle, K. 2003. A systematic approach to writing and rating entrepreneurial business plans. Paper presented at the Academy of Social Sciences Canada, St. Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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.

Mainprize, B., Hindle, K., Smith, B., & Mitchell, R. 2002. Toward the standardization of venture capital investment evaluation: decision criteria for rating investee business plans. Paper presented at the Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research. Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Annual Entrepreneurship Research Conference.

Lindsay, N., & Hindle, K. 2002. What matters to Australian entrepreneurship scholars? An exploratory survey of recent publications. Paper presented at the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, Melbourne.

Hindle, K. & Mainprize, B. 2002. A critical evaluation of the standardisation potential of business plan evaluation aids (BPEA) used in venture capital investment decision-making. Paper presented at the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management.

Hindle, K. 2002. Entrepreneurship Education at University: The Plus-zone Challenge. Paper presented at the Sino-Australian Conference of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Policy and Practice (2001 : Hangzhou, China), Melbourne.

Hindle, K. G. & Rushworth, S. 2001. Regional differences in business start-up rates in Australia: implications for future research and public policy. Paper presented at the Australia New Zealand Academy of Management Conference, Auckland.

Hindle, K. G. 2001. Entrepreneurship education at University: the plus-zone challenge. Paper presented at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Symposium, Taipei, Taiwan.

Hindle, K. & Yencken, J. 2001. That troublesome ‘E’ word: entrepreneurship in the context of public research commercialisation, technological innovation and the wealth of nations. Paper presented at the Technology Transfer and Innovation (TTI 2001) Conference, Brisbane.

Hindle, K. G. & Lloyd, A. 2000. Sweet talking to ethnic customers: a field experiment on the links between entrepreneurial business planning, cultural sensitivity and sales growth. Paper presented at the ICSB World Conference 2000, Brisbane.

Hindle, K. G. & Dulmanis, P. 2000. Beyond e-commerce: an entrepreneurial business modelling method for profitable e-venturing. Paper presented at the Electronic Commerce: The End of the Beginning 13th International Bled Electronic Commerce Conference Proceedings, Bled, Slovenia.

Hindle, K. G. & Cutting, N. 2000. Can applied entrepreneurship education enhance job satisfaction and financial performance? An empirical investigation within the Australian pharmacy profession. Paper presented at the ANZAM 2000 Conference Proceedings: Refereed Stream, North Ryde, NSW.

Hindle, K. 2000. An empirical and logical exploration of the strategic compatibility of best practice and product innovation: preliminary insights from Australian and New Zealand manufacturing industry. Paper presented at the The 2000 Academy of Marketing Science Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Hindle, K. G. & Rushworth, S. 1999. The demography of investor heaven: A synthesis of international research on the attitudes, behaviour and characteristics of business angels. Paper presented at the Financing the Future: Small Medium Enterprise Finance, Corporate Governance and the Legal System, Sydney.

Hindle, K. G., Noble, J., & Phillips, B. 1999. Are workers with a disability less productive? An empirical challenge to a suspect axiom. Paper presented at the ANZAM ’99 Conference Proceedings: Refereed Stream, North Ryde, NSW.

Hindle, K. G., Wolfe, J., & Anghern, A. 1998. Crash landing at INSEAD: initiating a grounded theory of the pedagogical effectiveness of simulation games for teaching aspects of entrepreneurship. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Global Conference Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Fontainebleau France.

Hindle, K. G. & Leo, T. L. 1998. An exploratory investigation of informal venture capitalists in Singapore. Paper presented at the The 12th ANZAM International Conference, Adelaide.

Hindle, K. G. & Wenban, R. 1997. An exploratory survey of Australia’s informal venture capitalists: a predicate to theory building in the context of international angel research. Paper presented at the Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Wellesley, MA.

Hindle, K. G. 1997. How to write an unsuccessful entrepreneurial business plan.  Content analysis of the core prescriptions of the normative literature reveals a flawed paradigm. Paper presented at the The Refereed Proceedings of the 11th ANZAM Conference, Monash University.

Hindle, K. G., Wenban, R., & Jennings, D. F. 1996. The seraphim profile of Australia’s business angels: A survey of the identifying characteristics, behaviour patterns and investment criteria of informal venture capitalists in Australia. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 10th Anniversary Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Wollongong.

Hindle, K. G. 1996. Gary Gladhand bucks the system.  a case study in the teaching of financial mathematics and computer modelling. Paper presented at the The South West Case Research Association Proceedings, Waco, Texas.

Hindle, K. G. & Gillin, L. M. 1993. Entrepreneurship: industry policy priorities and entrepreneurial education in Australia. Paper presented at the IntEnt92: Internationalizing Entrepreneurship Education and Training, Dortmund (Germany).

Hindle, K. G. 1993. Dynamic due diligence: an entrepreneurial business planning method for evaluating mergers and acquisitions:  theory, case application and general implications. Paper presented at the The 1992 ENDEC World Conference on Entrepreneurship, Singapore.

Gillin, L. M., Hindle, K. G., & Sheddon, I. 1991. Fostering innovation: an integral component of industrial policy, Canberra.

Gillin, L. M. & Hindle, K. G. 1988. Some key success factors in Australian new venture management. Paper presented at the Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Wellesley, MA.

Hindle, K. G. 1984. Boffin bashers verses supertechs – who will win?  Some thoughts on the efficacy of OR/MS techniques and their place in a philosophy of management. Paper presented at the The 1983 Australian Management Educators’ Conference.

Refereed conference proceedings – papers published in abstract

Klyver, K., Hindle, K., & Meyer, D. 2007. Differences in Networking Activities among Australasian Entrepreneurs – Challenging the Universal Nature of Entrepreneurial Networking, Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship, 4th International Entrepreneurship and Research Exchange.

Klyver, K. & Hindle, K. 2007. Entrepreneurship and mass media – audiences’ perceptions of entrepreneurship stories in mass media. Paper presented at the Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship, 4th International Entrepreneurship and Research Exchange.

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.

Moroz, P., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2006. The Role of Entrepreneurship Education in Commercializing Intellectual Property in Canadian Universities. Paper presented at the Babson College Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Bloomington: Indiana University.

Moremong-Nganunu, T., Hindle, K., & Cunningham, E. 2006. A critical description of the world’s largest skills enhancement program for entrepreneurs: a predicate to program evaluation. Paper presented at the Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: Proceedings of the Third Annual AGSE International Entrepreneurship Exchange.

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.

Mainprize, B. & Hindle, K. 2003. Is the quality of entrepreneurial business plans related to the funding decision? Paper presented at the Entrepreneurship Research Conference 2003, Boston.

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.

Hindle, K. & Gollis, C. 2001. Australia’s venture capital industry: past performance, present structure and future prospects. Paper presented at the Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2001, Jonkoping International School of Business. Jonkoping Sweden.

Hindle, K. 2000. An empirical and logical exploration of the strategic compatibility of best practice and product innovation: preliminary insights from Australian and New Zealand manufacturing industry. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Academy of Marketing Science, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Hindle, K., Mittag, R., & Gillin, M. 1993. A test of the ersatz venture capital hypothesis.  Applying an amended theory of business planning to the survival and development of an insolvent enterprise. Paper presented at the Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Wellesley, MA.

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.

Moroz, P. W., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2009. Exploring performance disparities between top performing and low performing universities, Canadian Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Toronto, Canada.

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.

Moroz, P. W., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2007. Connecting Entrepreneurship with Innovation Value in University Knowledge Transfer, Kauffman Technology Transfer Society Conference. Palm Springs, California: A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management, University of California Riverside.

Moroz, P., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2007. Do Entrepreneurship Programs Matter?  An Analysis of North American University Innovation Systems, Academy of Management Conference. Philadelphia.

Moroz, P., Hindle, K., & Anderson, R. 2007. Commercialization of new knowledge within universities: exploring performance disparities, ICSB World Conference 2007. Turku, Finland: Turku School of Economics and Business Administration.

Klyver, K., Hindle, K., & Schøtt, T. 2007. Who Will Be An Entrepreneur? How Cultural Mechanisms And Social Network Structure Together Influence Entrepreneurial Participation, 2007 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Madrid, Spain: Instituto de Empresa.

Hindle, K. 2007. Formalizing the concept of entrepreneurial capacity, ICSB World Conference 2007. Turku, Finland: Turku School of Economics and Business Administration.

Yencken, J., O’Connor, A., & Hindle, K. 2006. Encouraging high expectation entrepreneurship: the implications of Australian policy practices, ICSB World Conference 2006. Melbourne: University of Melbourne.

Klyver, K. & Hindle, K. 2006. Foundation evidence of the relationship between entrepreneurs, financial issues and financial advisors, 11th Finsia-Melbourne Centre for Financial Studies Banking and Finance Conference. Melbourne, Australia.

Klyver, K. & Hindle, K. 2006. Do social networks affect entrepreneurs? A test of the fundamental assumption using large, longitudinal data, 20th ANZAM Conference. Yeppoon, Australia.

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.

Yencken, J., Hindle, K., & Gillin, M. 2005. Measures Of Entrepreneurship and Technological Innovation: Case Studies of Spin-Off Companies, SMU EDGE Conference, Bridging the Gap: Entrepreneurship in Theory & Practice. Melbourne: Melbourne University.

Hindle, K. & Klyver, K. 2005. Exploring the relationship between media cover and participation in entrepreneurship: initial global evidence and research implications, Entrepreneurship, Economic Growth and Public Policy: Second Global Entrepreneurship Research Conference. Budapest – Pécs Hungary, University of Maribor.

Hindle, K. 2004. Teaching entrepreneurship at university: from the wrong building to the right philosophy, 21st Annual Conference of the Canadian Council for Small Business & Entrepreneurship. Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Research reports and monographs

Klyver, K., Hindle, K., & Lindsay, N. 2007. Entrepreneurial Growth in Australia in 2006: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2006 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 4. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Klyver, K., Hancock, G., & Hindle, K. 2007. Entrepreneurial Participation in Australia in 2006: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2006 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 4. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K., Lindsay, N., Klyver, K., & Hancock, G. 2007. National Entrepreneurial Activity Summary: A Summary of Key Observations from the 2006 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 4. Melbourne, Australia: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K., Klyver, K., & Hancock, G. 2007. Entrepreneurial Innovation in Australia in 2006: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2006 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 4. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. & Klyver, K. 2007. A Summary Analysis of Australian Entrepreneurial Activity 2006, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 4. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K., Hancock, G., & Klyver, K. 2007. Entrepreneurial capacity in Australia in 2006: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2006 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 4. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. 2007. Vale GEM Australia? Australian Graduate School Of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 4. Melbourne: Swinburne University Of Technology.

Hancock, G., Lindsay, N., Hindle, K., & Klyver, K. 2007. Entrepreneurial Finance in Australia in 2006: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2006 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 4. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hancock, G., Klyver, K., Lindsay, N., & Hindle, K. 2007. Entrepreneurial Motivation in Australia in 2006: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2006 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 4. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

O’Connor, A. & Hindle, K. 2006. Entrepreneurial Finance in Australia in 2005: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2005 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 3. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

O’Connor, A. & Hindle, K. 2006. Entrepreneurial Innovation in Australia in 2005: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2005 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 3. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

O’Connor, A. & Hindle, K. 2006. Entrepreneurial Motivation in Australia in 2005: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2005 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 3. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. & O’Connor, A. 2006. Entrepreneurial Participation in Australia in 2005: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2005 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 3. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. & O’Connor, A. 2006. Entrepreneurial Capacity in Australia in 2005: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2005 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 3. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. & O’Connor, A. 2006. Entrepreneurial Growth in Australia in 2005: A Summary of Salient Data from the 2005 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 3. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. & O’Connor, A. 2006. National Entrepreneurial Activity Summary: A Summary of Key Observations from the 2005 GEM Australia National Adult Population Survey, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 3. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. & O’Connor, A. 2005. Westpac GEM Australia: a Study of Australian Entrepreneurship in 2004. In K. Hindle & T. Mackaskill & S. Yamin (Eds.), Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 2. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. & Rushworth, S. 2004. Westpac GEM Australia: a Study of Australian Entrepreneurship in 2003. In K. Hindle & T. Mackaskill & S. Yamin (Eds.), Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 1. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. & Rushworth, S. 2004. Westpac GEM Australia: a study of Australian entrepreneurship in 2003: Swinburne University of Technology.

Brennan, L., Valos, M., Hindle, K., & Communication., R. U. S. o. A. 2003. On-hired Workers in Australia: Motivations and Outcomes, RMIT Occasional Research Report: xiii, 150 p. Melbourne: School of Applied Communication, RMIT University, Design and Social Context Portfolio Melbourne Australia.

Hindle, K. & Rushworth, S. 2002. Entrepreneurship – A policy primer. Brisbane: Queensland Innovation Council. Department of Innovation and the Information Economy.

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

Hindle, K. & Rushworth, S. 2002. Sensis™ Global Entrepreneurship Monitor: GEM Australia 2002. Melbourne: Swinburne University.

Yencken, J., Hindle, K., Shepherd, S., & Guarneri, I. 2001. Yellow Pages Special Innovation Report – Small and Medium Enterprises. Melbourne: Pacific Access Pty. Ltd.

Hindle, K. G. & Rushworth, S. 2001. Yellow Pages® Global Entrepreneurship Monitor: GEM Australia 2001. Melbourne: Swinburne University.

Hindle, K. & Rushworth, S. 2000. Yellow Pages® Global Entrepreneurship Monitor: GEM Australia 2000. Melbourne: Swinburne University.

Working papers

Hindle, K. 2008. First among equals: the primacy of evaluation skills in entrepreneurial process, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship Research Report Series, Vol. 5. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Selected teaching cases

Hindle, K. G. 1998. B.E.S. Cups (A). Fontainebleau France: INSEAD.

Hindle, K. G. 1998. B.E.S. Cups (B). Fontainebleau France: INSEAD.

Hindle, K. G. 1998. B.E.S. Cups (C). Fontainebleau, France: INSEAD.

Hindle, K. G. 1996. Gary Gladhand bucks the system: a case study in the teaching of financial mathematics and computer modelling. Paper presented at the South West Case Research Association Proceedings, Waco, Texas.

Hindle, K. G. 1993. Lucas Leasing Limited: a case study in entrepreneurial financial modeling, Innovation And Entrepreneurship Teaching Monographs, Vol. 93-05-01. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology, School of Innovation and Enterprise.

Hindle, K. G. & Hancock, C. 1985. Kevin Carole Boutique Baron: A case study in marketing and advertising strategy: Australian Association of National Advertisers.

Hindle, K. G. 1985. The lightburn rideabout: A case study in marketing and advertising strategy: Australian Association of National Advertisers.

Teaching and research cases in progress

Hindle, K. work in progress. London Walks: The world’s most agressively uncommercial business contemplates innovation.

Hindle, K. work in progress. Enterprise Connect Case A, Publishable case study conducted as part of the IRC consultancy.

Hindle, K. work in progress. Enterprise Connect Case B, Publishable case study conducted as part of the IRC consultancy.

Hindle, K. work in progress. Enterprise Connect Case C, Publishable case study conducted as part of the IRC consultancy.

Hindle, K. work in progress. Enterprise Connect Case D, Publishable case study conducted as part of the IRC consultancy.

Occasional manuscripts – includes teaching materials, policy papers and critique

Hindle, K. G. & Mitchell, D. 2000. Government fostering of entrepreneurship: a multi-framework critique of five programs in a major Australian government agency, Swinburne Graduate School of Management Research Paper Series, Vol. 00-3. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. G. 2000. Impact models of national entrepreneurship: tools for policy makers, Swinburne Graduate School of Management Research Paper Series, Vol. 00-4. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. G. 1999. Columbus theory, ostrich strategy and Australia’s third world status. An argument for a national entrepreneurship policy, Challenge Papers in the Application of Entrepreneurship Research, Vol. 1. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology.

Hindle, K. G. & Legge, J. M. 1992. How to write a business plan, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Teaching Monographs, Vol. 92-08-01. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology, School of Innovation and Enterprise.

Hindle, K. G. & Diemont, A. 1992. A marketing and financial history of the Australian second board sharemarket, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Monographs, Vol. 92-05-01. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology, Centre of Innovation and Enterprise.

Hindle, K. G. 1991. What Is a marketing case study and how do you solve It?  A comprehensive methodology for solving marketing problems in theory and practice, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Monographs, Vol. 91-06-01. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology, Centre of Innovation and Enterprise.

Hindle, K. G. 1991. Entrepreneurship: a concise technical definition, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Monographs, Vol. 91-07-01. Melbourne: Swinburne University of Technology, Centre of Innovation and Enterprise.

Works in Progress

Kayseas & Hindle, K. W.I.P. A case protocol for conducting interviews with Indigenous entrepreneurship respondents.

Hindle, K., Mainprize, B., & Jennings, D. F. W.I.P. The measurement of entrepreneurial performance: a general conceptual framework with a specific empirical application.

Hindle, K. W.I.P. A conceptual framework for articulation of research paradigms.

Hindle, K. W.I.P. From small-i to Big-I Innovation: a formal model linking new knowledge to sustainable value through entrepreneurial capacity.

Anderson, R. B. & Hindle, K. W.I.P. The Theory of Indigenous Entrepreneurship.

PhD Supervisions

Mainprize, B. The relationships between entrepreneurial business planning, private equity investment evaluation and new venture performance: general principles and specific evidence. Unpublished Supervised PhD Candidate, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne.

Al-Shanfari, D. Barriers to Entrepreneurial Entry in Oman. Unpublished Supervising PhD Candidate.

Kayseas, B. An empirically justified theory of successful Indigenous entrepreneurship. Unpublished Supervising PhD Candidate.

Moremong-Nganunu, T. Entrepreneurship education in developing countries:  A multi-perspective evaluation of the United Nations initiated ‘Start and Improve Your Business Training Programme’ in Botswana. Unpublished Supervising PhD Candidate.

Moroz, P. W. The effective creation, evaluation and implementation of entrepreneurship in the university. Unpublished Supervising PhD Candidate.

Selected journalism and non-academic publications

Hindle, K. & Klyver, K. 2006. Dynamic or dud? National Account.