Faculty & Staff Directory

iconiconNameAaron AnglinImageAaron AnglinFirstnameAaronLastnameAnglinOffice Phone817-257-4899
Emaila.anglin@tcu.edu
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Vitae
Position:Assistant Professor of EntrepreneurshipDepartment:Management, Entrepreneurship and LeadershipOffice:TOCA 206Role:FacultyEducation
  • PhD-University of Oklahoma
Areas of Expertise / Research
  • Entrepreneurship, New Venture Financing, Crowdfunding
Courses Taught
  • MANA 40143
Key Publications
  • Anglin, A. H., Wolfe, M. T., Short, J. C., McKenny, A. F., & Pidduck, R. J. (2018). Narcissistic rhetoric and crowdfunding performance: A social role theory perspective. Journal of Business Venturing. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusvent.2018.04.004
  • Anglin, A. H., Short, J. C., Drover, W., Stevenson, R. M., McKenny, A. F., & Allison, T. H. (2018). The power of positivity? The influence of positive psychological capital language on crowdfunding performance. Journal of Business Venturing, 33, 470-492.
  • Reid, S. W., Anglin, A. H., Baur, J. E., Short, J. C., & Buckley, M. R. (2017). Blazing new trails or opportunity lost? Evaluating research at the intersection of leadership and entrepreneurship. The Leadership Quarterly, 29, 150-164.
  • Drover, W., Busenitz, L., Matusik, S., Townsend, D., Anglin, A., & Dushnitsky, G. (2017). A review and road map of entrepreneurial equity financing research: venture capital, corporate venture capital, angel investment, crowdfunding, and accelerators. Journal of Management, 43(6), 1820-1853.
  • Anglin, A. H., Reid, S. W., Short, J. C., Zachary, M. A., & Rutherford, M. W. (2017). An archival approach to measuring family influence: An organizational identity perspective. Family Business Review, 30(1), 19-36.
  • McKenny, A. F., Aguinis, H., Short, J. C., & Anglin, A. H. (2016). What doesn’t get measured does exist: Improving the accuracy of computer-aided text analysis. Journal of Management, doi: 0149206316657594.
  • Anglin, A. H., McKenny, A. F., & Short, J. C. (2018). The Impact of Collective Optimism on New Venture Creation and Growth: A Social Contagion Perspective. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 42(3), 390-425.