For the 4th conference Entrepreneurship as Practice, PhD students present their thesis in five minutes to improve their communication skills and their ability to raise interest about the main contributions of their work to EAP field.

 

Official website: https://www.entrepreneurshipaspractice.com/ 

Official website of the conference: https://eap4.audencia.com/

Neil Thompson – Top tips for PhD students

Neil Thompson – Top tips for PhD students

Neil Aaron Thompson is Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship and Organization Studies. He received Msc degrees in International Economics and Business from the Utrecht University in 2009. In 2013 he received his PhD degree, based on…

William B. Gartner – Top tips for PhD students

William B. Gartner – Top tips for PhD students

William B. Gartner is the Bertarelli Foundation Distinguished Professor of Family Entrepreneurship at Babson College. His book: Entrepreneurship as Organizing: Selected Papers of William B. Gartner was recently published in a paperback edition by Edward…

Nour Alrabie – Working Alone, Together: Towards Collective Entrepreneurship-as-Practice

Nour Alrabie – Working Alone, Together: Towards Collective Entrepreneurship-as-Practice

Nour Alrabie is a PhD candidate and a temporary lecturer in Management Science at Toulouse School of Management, France. She received a B.Sc. in pharmaceutical studies from Al-Azhar University-Gaza, Palestine and a M.A. in Management…

Helen Eccleston – “Doing Strategy” – A practice-based study of micro-activities and practices in SMEs

Helen Eccleston – “Doing Strategy” – A practice-based study of micro-activities and practices in SMEs

My name is Helen Eccleston and I am a second year PhD candidate at the University of Central Lancashire, working within the Lancashire School of Business and Enterprise. I am currently engaged in an application…

Wenderson De Lima – Legitimacy Building and Entrepreneurial Consecration: Understanding How Social Entrepreneurs Interact with Local Actors in the Kenyan Urban Informal Settlement, Kibera

Wenderson De Lima – Legitimacy Building and Entrepreneurial Consecration: Understanding How Social Entrepreneurs Interact with Local Actors in the Kenyan Urban Informal Settlement, Kibera

Wenderson de Lima is a fourth year doctoral researcher at the management section at the Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University.  In his dissertation, Wenderson focuses on understanding how individuals enter and gain legitimacy as “social…

Anna Elkina – Constructing Entrepreneurial Identity though Entrepreneurial Experience: autoethnographic research

Anna Elkina – Constructing Entrepreneurial Identity though Entrepreneurial Experience: autoethnographic research

Anna Elkina is a Doctoral Candidate at the University of Turku (Finland). She holds specialist degree from St.-Petersburg State University and Candidate of Science degree in economics from Volgograd State University (both in Russia) and…

Mikhail Kosmynin – Doing Good by Playing Well with Others: Insights into Collaborative Practices between Social Entrepreneurial Ventures and the Public Sector in the Norwegian Context

Mikhail Kosmynin – Doing Good by Playing Well with Others: Insights into Collaborative Practices between Social Entrepreneurial Ventures and the Public Sector in the Norwegian Context

Mikhail Kosmynin: ‘Doing Good by Playing Well with Others: Insights into Collaborative Practices between Social Entrepreneurial Ventures and the Public Sector in the Norwegian Context’ Mikhail is a first-year PhD fellow under Leadership and Innovation…

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