Areas of Expertise
- Small business success and failure
- Firms internationalize
- Human Resource Strategies
- Growth Strategy
Dr. Larry Cox is an entrepreneur whose intellectual interests span a broad range of applied areas including cognitive processes of entrepreneurs, the impact of entrepreneurship education, and the creative processes of entrepreneurs. Dr. Cox served as the director of the Nebraska Business Development Center and has consulted hundreds of entrepreneurs. He is committed to helping young entrepreneurs and is an inspiring speaker and seminar leader.
- PhD, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- MA, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
- BS, Business Administration, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Research and Scholarship
- Arbaugh, J. B., Camp, S. M., & Cox, L. W. 2008, in press. Why don't entrepreneurial firms internationalize more? Journal of Managerial Issues.
- Arbaugh, J. B., Camp, S. M., & Cox, L. W. 2005. A multi-country comparison of perceived environmental characteristics, industry effects, and performance in entrepreneurial firms. Journal of Enterprising Culture, 13(2): 105-126.
- Arbaugh, J. B., Cox, L. W., & Camp, S. M. 2004. Employee equity, incentive compensation, and growth in entrepreneurial firms. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, 7(1): 15-25.
- Cox, L. W., Mueller, S. L., & Moss, S. E. 2002. The impact of entrepreneurship education on entrepreneurial self-efficacy. International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 1(2): 229- 245.