Here are some journal articles I have published


Peredo, A. M. (2014). Canadian Co-Operative and Credit Union Movement in Canada: The Unfolding Story. Journal of Co-operative Studies. 47(1): 91-100.

Findlay, I. M. Peredo, A. M., & Duguid, F (2014. Co-operating@the (Cutting) Edge: Innovating for Social Inclusion. Sustainability and Solidarity Economies.
Journal of Co-operative Studies, 47(1), 5-7.

Cheney, G., Santa Cruz, I., Peredo, A. M., & Nazareno, E. 2014.
Worker Cooperatives as an Organizational Alternative: Challenges, Achievements and Promise in Business Governance and Ownership. Organization, 21(5): 591-603.

Leung A., Zietsma C. & Peredo A. M. (2014). Emergent Identity Work and Institutional Change: The ‘Quiet’ Revolution of Japanese Middle-Class Housewives.
Organization Studies, 35(3): 423-450.

Peredo, A. M., & McLean, M. (2013). Indigenous Development and the Cultural Captivity of Entrepreneurship. Business and Society, 52(4): 592-620.

Ring, J. K., Peredo, A. M. & Chrisman, J. J. 2010. Business Networks and Economic Development in Rural Communities in the United States. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 34(1): 171-195.

Peredo, A. M., and Moore, R. 2008. Management Education in the Context of Poverty: Introduction to a special issue of the Journal of Management Education, 32(6): 683-696.

Andean Market


Peredo, A. M., & Chrisman, J. J. 2006. Toward a Theory of Community-Based Enterprise. Academy of Management Review, 31(2): 309-328.
 
Peredo, A. M., & McLean, M. 2006.
Social Entrepreneurship: A Critical Review of the Concept. Journal of World Business, 41(1): 56-65.
 
Peredo, A. M. 2005.
Community Venture in Agua Dulce: The Evolution of Civic Into Economic Democracy. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 41(4): 458-481.
 
Anderson, R. B., Camp II, R., Dana, L. P., Honig, B., Nkongolo-Bakenda, J.-M., & Peredo, A. M. 2005. Indigenous land rights in Canada: the foundation for development?
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 2(2): 104-133.
 
Peredo, A. M. 2004.
Democracy,
Community Based Enterprise
Poverty and Local Responses. Humanity and Society, 28(3): 322-329.
 
Peredo, A. M., Anderson, R. B., Galbraith, C. S., Honig, B., & Dana, L. P. 2004.
Towards a theory of indigenous entrepreneurship. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 1(1/2): 1-20.
 
Anderson, R. B., Peredo, A. M., Honig, B., Dana, L. P., & Weir, W. 2004. The Impact of Economic Development Officers on Business Creation, Growth and Survival in Indig
Community Market Peru
enous Communities. Frontiers of entrepreneurship research: proceedings of the annual Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference.
 
Peredo, A. M. 2003.
Emerging Strategies Against Poverty: The Road Less Travelled. Journal of Management Inquiry, 12(2): 155-166. [Editor’s Choice]
 
Peredo, A.M. 2003. Nothing Thicker than Blood? Commentary on “Help one another, use one another: Toward an anthropology of family business.”
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 27(4): 397-400.
 
Reitsma-Street, M., Peredo, A. M., Chen, X., & McHugh, A. 2003. Reflections on Research Entries and Endings.
Variegations: New Research Directions in Human and Social Development, 1, 36-41.
 
Mitchell, R.K., Smith, J.B., Morse, E, Peredo, A.M., and McKenzie, B. 2002. Enhancing Effectiveness in Global Entrepreneurship: National Culture, Entrepreneurial Culture, And Entrepreneurial Cognitions.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 26(4): 9-32.
 
Abrahams, C., & Peredo, A. M. 1996. Social Work with Poor Women and Their Children: Relevance of a Developmental Perspective.
Journal of Applied Social Science, 21(1): 53-59.

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