Laurice ALEXANDRE est Maître de Conférences HDR à l’Université de Paris. Elle est co-directrice du Master Entrepreneuriat à la Faculté de Droit, Économie et Gestion et est responsable des adhésions, et chargée de mission à l’international à l’AEI.

Elle est auteure de deux ouvrages (sur l’innovation et le portage commercial à l’international), et de nombreux chapitres d’ouvrage portant sur l’entrepreneuriat. Elle est aussi auteure de nombreux articles portant essentiellement sur l’entrepreneuriat des minorités dans la région du Moyen Orient et en Afrique sub-saharienne.

Ses recherches actuelles portent sur l’entrepreneuriat des réfugiés et des jeunes de banlieue.

Références évoquées lors du podcast:

Alexandre L. (2016), « Typologie d’entrepreneurs, une approche par le genre», Revue de l’Entrepreneuriat, N°3/4, volume 15, décembre 2016, pp. 105-122

Sarasvathy, S. D. (2009). Effectuation: Elements of entrepreneurial expertise. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Christina Constantinidis est Docteure en sciences économiques et de gestion et a rejoint l’ESG UQAM en 2018 en tant que professeure en entrepreneuriat, où elle enseigne la culture entrepreneuriale au 1er cycle et les méthodologies de recherche qualitatives au 2ème cycle. Son parcours se caractérise à la fois par ses recherches doctorale et postdoctorale et par plusieurs années d’expérience dans la recherche appliquée en gestion. Ancrée dans le champ de l’entrepreneuriat et de l’entreprise familiale, elle mobilise les théories sociologiques du genre afin d’enrichir la compréhension des processus et contextes entrepreneuriaux. Ses travaux portent notamment sur le poids des dynamiques de genre (interpersonnelles, familiales, organisationnelles) sur le financement entrepreneurial, les réseaux et le capital social des entrepreneur.e.s, et la succession dans l’entreprise familiale.

Les résultats de ses recherches ont été publiées dans des revues scientifiques internationales (entre autres, Family Business Review, Revue internationale P.M.E., International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research) et sous forme de productions destinées aux entreprises (outils, guides pratiques et rapports, plateformes internet). Elle est membre du comité éditorial de la Revue internationale P.M.E. et de Family Business Review. Son intérêt se tourne actuellement vers l’étude des nouveaux modèles d’affaires, basés sur des modes de gestion durables, collaboratifs et à impact sociétal, en particulier ceux portés par les femmes entrepreneures et les jeunes générations.

Références de l’épisode:

NELSON, T., et CONSTANTINIDIS, C. (2017), Sex and gender in family business succession research: A review and forward agenda from a social construction perspective, Family Business Review, 30(3), 219-241.

CONSTANTINIDIS, C. (2014), Femmes entrepreneures, Dans P.-M. CHAUVIN, P.-P. ZALIO, et M. GROSSETTI, Dictionnaire Sociologique de l’Entrepreneuriat, Presses de SciencesPo, Paris.

HALKIAS, D., THURMAN, P., SMITH, C., et NASON, R. (2011), Father-Daughter Succession in Family Business: A Cross-Cultural Perspective, Gower, 205-215.

Sharma, P., & Irving, P. G. (2005). Four bases of family business successor commitment: Antecedents and consequences. Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, 29, 13-33.

 

Michael Laviolette est Professeur en Entrepreneuriat et Stratégie à TBS Business School, Toulouse. Ses thèmes de recherche sont l’entrepreneuriat organisationnel, l’entrepreneuriat collectif, la politique et l’éducation entrepreneuriale. Il a une vingtaine de publications : (13 articles classés, 2 ouvrages et 11 chapitres d’ouvrage) sur les thèmes suivants ; l’essaimage, les compétences entrepreneuriales, les modèles de rôles et l’auto efficacité entrepreneuriale, les micro fondations des routines ou capacités dynamiques.

 

Références évoquées lors de l’interview:

LAVIOLETTE, E.M (2005), L’essaimage en PME: enjeux et modalités – Cliquez-ici

LAVIOLETTE, E.M (2015), La Création d’Entreprise : De l’idée au lancement, Vuibert, Paris, 219p.

LAVIOLETTE, E. M., “Spin-Offs as Microfoundations of Dynamic Capabilities in Rapidly Growing SME”, Management International, 2019, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 64-82 – Cliquez-ici

CV d’Eric Michael Laviolette

Louis Jacques Filion est professeur émérite au département d’entrepreneuriat et d’innovation à HEC Montréal.

Biographie – source https://www.hec.ca/entrepreneuriat-et-innovation/louis-jacques-filion.html

“Il a obtenu un MA en international de l’Université d’Ottawa en 1974, un MBA de HEC Montréal en 1976 et un Ph.D. en systèmes et entrepreneuriat de l’Université de Lancaster en Grande-Bretagne en 1988.

Le docteur Filion compte une expérience diversifiée en entrepreneuriat et en gestion: ressources humaines, gestion des opérations et marketing.  Il a créé des entreprises et dirigé des PME.  Conseiller en gestion, il a été rattaché au bureau de Montréal de Ernst & Young.

Professeur à l’Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) de 1981 à 1993, il y a été directeur de la maîtrise en PME de 1986 à 1989.  Il est professeur à HEC Montréal depuis 1993.

En 2004, il a reçu du CCSBE/CCPME – Conseil canadien de la PME et de l’entrepreneuriat, le «Lifetime Achievement Award» pour l’ensemble de ses contributions à l’entrepreneuriat.  En 2005, l’ICSB/CIPE (Conseil international de la petite entreprise) lui attribuait sa plus haute distinction, le Wilford White Fellow pour ses contributions à l’avancement de l’entrepreneuriat dans le monde.

En 2006, l’Association internationale de recherche en entrepreneuriat et PME (AIREPME) lui décernait le prix Julien-Marchesnay pour l’étendue de ses travaux en entrepreneuriat et pour son essaimage international de la culture entrepreneuriale.  En 2007, il est devenu ancien émérite du Séminaire Saint-Joseph de Trois-Rivières.  En 2008, il s’est vu décerner le mérite Promotion de l’entrepreneuriat en reconnaissance suite à l’engagement dont il a fait preuve tout au long de sa carrière à promouvoir la culture entrepreneuriale auprès des jeunes.  Ce prix prestigieux lui a été remis par le premier ministre du Québec à l’occasion du 28e gala des Mercuriades, tenu le 9 avril, au Palais des congrès de Montréal.

L.J. Filion a réalisé une centaine de publications dont une vingtaine d’articles dans des revues avec comité de lecture et une quinzaine de livres.  Il est aussi  auteur ou co-auteur de plus de 150 études de cas.  Il a présenté des conférences sur l’entrepreneuriat sur les cinq continents.  Ses recherches portent sur les systèmes d’activités des entrepreneurs et des intrapreneurs, les processus visionnaires et la création d’entreprises.”

Source: https://www.hec.ca/entrepreneuriat-et-innovation/louis-jacques-filion.html

 

Alfredo De Massis is Professor of Entrepreneurship & Family Business and Director of the Centre for Family Business Management at the Free University of Bolzano where he is also the Leader of the Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Management Cluster (Dept.). He co-directs family business research projects at Lancaster University Management School, UK. In 2015, Family Capital ranked him among the world’s top 25 star professors for family business. He serves as Associate Editor of Family Business Review and on the Editorial Boards of Entrepreneurship Theory & PracticeStrategic Entrepreneurship Journal and Journal of Family Business Strategy. His research has been published widely in leading academic and professional journals including AMJ,JBV,JMS,ETPJPIMAMPFBRGSJ,JBE,CMR.

Source: https://www.unibz.it/it/faculties/economics-management/academic-staff/person/37012-alfredo-de-massis

She is a Professor of Business Ethics and in her research she works on a wide range of topics related to business ethics and critical corporate social responsibility. She doesn’t feel constrained by organisational type or theoretical perspective, and is driven by exploring what she feel is important and interesting. She has have a long standing interest in Small Business Social Responsibility, and enjoy using a range of social and ethical theory to critique existing assumptions on corporate social responsibility.

https://pure.royalholloway.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/laura-spence(767f3c03-c153-46a7-a882-66a6e941843d).html

Research

“Mattias Nordqvist is Professor in Business Administration and The Hamrin International Professor of Family Business and Director of CeFEO at JIBS. He has previously served as Associate Dean at JIBS. Mattias is a former Co-Director of the Global STEP Project and Visiting Scholar at Babson College, USA, University of Alberta, Canada and Bocconi University, Italy. He has served on the board of the International Family Enterprise Research Academy — IFERA — and is currently on the scientific committee of the Center for Young and Family Enterprise (Cyfe) at the University of Bergamo, Italy. He has been selected as a Family Owned Business Institute Scholar twice; 2007-2008 and 2011-2012 by the Seidman College of Business, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids in the USA, and has won the Family Firm Institute (FFI) Award for Best Unpublished Research Paper twice; 2005 and 2011. Mattias is also a recipient of the Young Entrepreneurship Researcher Award 2006 from the Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum and the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth.

Mattias the founding associate editor of the Journal of Family Business Strategy, and serves on the editorial board of the Family Business Review, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Management and Governance and Journal of Small Business Management. He is also co-editor of the SAGE Handbook of Family Business (with Leif Melin and Pramodita Sharma) published by SAGE Publications in November 2013.

Biography

Mattias received his MSc and PhD from Jönköping International Business School in Sweden. His specific research focus is on family firms, with a particularly focus on entrepreneurial, strategic and governance processes. To learn more about Mattias´ research, please see the section on publications. Mattias has been invited to present his research and to give lectures to various audiences at many universities in Europe, USA, Latin America, Africa and Australia. He publishes widely in the leading international journals and in edited books in both Sweden and abroad. His research is regularly presented at international conferences and workshops, such as the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, IFERA World Conference, EIASM Workshop on Family Firm´s Management and the Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference. During his time as Associate Dean, Mattias initiated and built JIBS’ growing program in the area of international development cooperation. The focus lies on capacity building in higher education in African countries, mainly through Master and PhD training in Business Administration and Economics in collaboration with the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida)

Teaching

Mattias teaches strategic management and family business at undergraduate, master and doctoral levels.”

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Dr. Allan Discua Cruz is a Lecturer in the areas of entrepreneurship and family business

  • Current Research
Portfolio entrepreneurship, family business groups, entrepreneurial teams, families in business, sustainability practices.
  • Current Teaching
Entrepreneurship and Family Business modules at the undergraduate and graduate level
  • Professional Role
Equal Opportunities/Disabilities representative, UG deputy director, EIR Director, Communication and SMO coordinator
  • Qualifications
BscEng (UNITEC, Honduras), MBA (UNH, USA), MMM (McGill, Canada), PgD (Vaxjo Sweden/UAB Spain), PhD (Lancaster, UK)
  • PhD Supervision Interests
Main topics include artisan entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial teams, habitual and portfolio entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship in developing economies, and entrepreneurial families in business.

Ethel Brundin´s research interests lie primarily within micro processes of strategic leadership and entrepreneurship. She is currently involved in a set of projects  with a focus on family businesses and the role of emotions, the role of ownership and the role of family capital . She is part of the European team of the global STEP project (Successful Transgenerational Entrepreneurship Practice) with the aim to investigate continuous entrepreneurship in owner-families and family firms (transgenerational entrepreneurship).She also serves as a member of the European Council of STEP. Two other current research projects are “Family capital and entrepreneurial performance across generations in family firms” Financed by Torsten och Ragnar Söderberg Foundation and “Meanings and implications of ownership changes: power, sense-making and communication  in the family owned business”  financed by Handelsbanken.

Ethel has a special interest in the development of entrepreneurship activities in the new democracy of South Africa. In 1999 she was a visiting researcher at Stellenbosch University when she studied entrepreneurship activities among black and colored women. She was the project manager of a joint research project between JIBS and University of the Western Cape in South Africa from 2004 to 2007 called “The dynamics of small business enterprising: Challenges to be met in the business contexts of Sweden and South Africa”and is currently heading a research project regarding Entrepreneurial orientation in owner managed firms and owner controlled family businesses in South Africa, financed by SIDA, Swedish Research Links/ Swedish Research Council.Ethel is primarily interested in research methods with a focus on real-time, interactive as well as experimental research designs.

Ethel publishes on a regular basis in international journals and edited book volumes. She serves as a member on editorial boards and has served as committee member of the world conference on emotions in 2006and 2008 .

“Ethel Brundin is Professor in the Department of Entrepreneurship,Strategy, Organization and Leadership (ESOL)and Center for Family Enterprise and Ownership (CeFEO) at Jönköping International Business School.She is Visiting Professor at the University of the Western Cape.Her thesis “Emotion in Motion: The Strategic Leader in a Radical Change Process” in 2002 was ranked “top ten” (no. 7) in the EDAMBA (European Doctoral Programmes Association in Management and Business Administration) thesis competition for 2002.

Ethel teaches at undergraduate, graduate and executive levels in /strategic/leadership, organizational behavior, and family business related subjects and qualitative methods for doctoral students. She is a Linneaus Palme coordinator forateaching exchangeprogram   between JIBS and University of Johannesburg and University of the Western Cape in South Africa. Ethel is currently the main — or second supervisor forthreedoctoral candidates. She is an invited speaker at universities, conferences, and to companies to talk about her research. She also serves as a member on editorial boards and has served as committee member of the world conference on emotions in 2006and 2008.

Ethel was awarded the Pedagogical Prize by JIBS Student Association in 2007. She was Director of study for the EMM department at JIBS from 2000 to 2005 and member of the University of Jönköping Faculty Board from 2006 to 2008. She has a Master of Social Science (Business Administration) from University of Lund, Sweden. Prior to completing her PhD, she worked as a strategy and OD consultant and human resource manager in Sweden and the UK in businesses started by her.”

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“I am Assistant Professor in Business Administration at the Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) in Sweden and member of the Centre for Family Enterprise and Ownership (CeFEO).

In 2011 I have obtain a PhD in Business Administration at the University of Udine (Italy) writing a thesis entitled “Family embeddeness and entrepreneurial entry” having as supervisor Cristiana Compagno (University of Udine) and Mattias Nordqvist (JIBS).

My research interests are related to the entrepreneurial process in three main research areas. First, family dynamics and influence of family members on the actor’s decision of entry and exit into the entrepreneurial process. Second, academic entrepreneurship and factors enabling new venture start-up and technology transfer. Third, firm’s growth paths through collaborative agreements and inter-firms networks. I explore these phenomena adopting a quantitative approach.

My contributions have been published in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2016; 2018a; 2018b), Long Range Planning (2018), Small Business Economics (2013) and Journal of Small Business Management (2014).

My teaching activities are focused on Entrepreneurship,  Family Business and Research Methods. 

I am Past-Chair of the Family Business Strategic Interest Group at the European Academy of Management (EURAM) conference (2015-2018), and Past-Chair of the International Family Enterprise Research Academy (IFERA) Conference (2017).

I am guest editor for the following special issues:

  • “Career Issues in Family Business: Understanding Career Ladders and Glass Ceilings” for the Journal of Family Business Strategy (exp. 2019).
  • “Locality and Internationalization of Family Firms” for Entrepreneurship and Regional Development Journal (exp. 2020).
  • “Values, Spirituality And Religion: Family Business And The Roots Of Sustainable Ethical Behavior” for Journal of Business Ethics (exp. 2020).”

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