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Calvin Nite and Marvin Washington

categories of institutional work: creation, maintenance, and disruption. Creation work and disruption work draw from DiMaggio ( 1988 ) and Eisenstadt’s ( 1980 ) conceptualizations of institutional entrepreneurship which entails the various actions undertaken in the formation of new institutional arrangements

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Jonathan Robertson, Ryan Storr, Andrew Bakos, and Danny O’Brien

central to the concept of institutional entrepreneurship. Institutional entrepreneurs are “change agents who, whether or not they initially intended to change their institutional environment, initiate, and actively participate in the implementation of, changes that diverge from existing institutions

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Kwame J.A. Agyemang, Brennan K. Berg, and Rhema D. Fuller

institutions. The enabling role of individuals’ social position . Organization, 13 ( 5 ), 653 – 676 . doi:10.1177/1350508406067008 Battilana , J. , Leca , B. , & Boxenbaum , E. ( 2009 ). How actors change institutions: Towards a theory of institutional entrepreneurship . Academy of Management

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Marlene A. Dixon and Per G. Svensson

). References Adler , P.A. , & Adler , P. ( 1994 ). Observational techniques . In N.K. Denzin & Y.S. Lincoln (Eds.), Handbook of qualitative research (pp.  377 – 392 ). Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications . Andersson , F.O. ( 2016 ). Nascent nonprofit entrepreneurship: Exploring the

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Mitchell McSweeney, Rob Millington, Lyndsay M.C. Hayhurst, and Simon Darnell

, 2017 ), growing importance of social entrepreneurship and innovation ( Cohen & Peachey, 2015 ; Svensson & Seifried, 2017 ), and competitive pressures for funding due to limited resources for a large number of SDP organizations ( Welty Peachey, Cohen, & Shin, 2020 ) are key patterns identified in

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Kathy Babiak, Lucie Thibault, and Annick Willem

sport and the role of partnerships to generate collaborative entrepreneurship. Note. IOR = interorganizational relationship. We then mapped the setting and the partnership domains indicated by Seekamp et al. ( 2011 ). This analysis (see Table  4 ) provided insights into the contextual areas of

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Joshua McLeod, David Shilbury, and Géraldine Zeimers

, Weaver, & Elms, 2008 ). Institutional entrepreneurs are actors who use social skill to overcome skepticism and persuade others to believe the accounts they advance about the benefits of their ideas ( Dorado, 2005 ). In line with this definition of institutional entrepreneurship, one interviewee

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Hebe Schaillée, Ramón Spaaij, Ruth Jeanes, and Marc Theeboom

Australia Duration 4 years (2016–2019) 4 years (2014–2018) Funding Flemish Government Agency for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Australian Research Council and Victorian Health Promotion Foundation Methods Mixed methods comprising:  ▪ 319 participatory observation hours  ▪ 59 individual in-depth interviews

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Per G. Svensson, Seungmin Kang, and Jae-Pil Ha

. Journal of Sport Management, 11 , 160 – 176 . doi:10.1123/jsm.11.2.160 10.1123/jsm.11.2.160 Ireland , R.D. , & Webb , J.W. ( 2007 ). Strategic entrepreneurship: Creating competitive advantage through streams of innovation . Business Horizons, 50 , 49 – 59 . doi:10.1016/j.bushor.2006

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Daniel Read and Daniel Lock

leaders use to communicate what they are trying to achieve (e.g., support for the NFL). Such acts of identity entrepreneurship can occur in speech (e.g.,  Reicher & Hopkins, 1996a , 1996b ) and media communications (e.g.,  Hopkins & Kahani-Hopkins, 2004 ). Reicher and Hopkins ( 1996b , 2001 ) drew from