The focus of this paper is to reviews contemporary studies in entrepreneurship literature related to innovation management (IM), stakeholder engagement (SE), and entrepreneurial development (ED), using bibliometric techniques and longitudinal statistical analysis of 1059 articles published in the Journal of Business Research (JBR) and other relevant business and management journals indexed in Scopus from 1974 untill July 2020. We have employed a structured literature review and meta-analysis to explore the emerging research patterns in prospective observational studies encompassing the field of ED, SE, and IM. Our findings suggest that it may be worthwhile to mention that dynamics of the interaction of SE, IM, and ED are shaping the scholarship of academic research in entrepreneurship. Our meta-analysi-s reaffirms that contemporary research conducted at the intersection of SE, IM, and ED is indicatesive of the consolidation of these tenets in future research in entrepreneurship leading to an integrative view. Following our meta-analysisinally, we have presented future research directions at the intersection of SE, IM, and ED for entrepreneurship research.