Saison 2 – Chercheur(e)s, qui sont-ils/elles?

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Comment devient-on chercheur/se en Entrepreneuriat/Family Business ?

Comment devient-on chercheur/se en Entrepreneuriat/Family Business ?

Acteurs et actrices souvent de l’ombre dans l’écosystème entrepreneurial, ils ou elles participent pourtant activement à accompagner et à faire naître des intentions entrepreneuriales et des projets entrepreneuriaux en salle de classe ou en dehors.Rares sont les occasions de découvrir les parcours et les motivations de ceux et celles qui travaillent à la création et au partage de la connaissance en entrepreneuriat.Entrepreneur(e), successeur(e), accompagnateur(rice), venant d’autres champs disciplinaires… chacun(e) a une trajectoire et une histoire que nous partageons avec vous.


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Saison à Montréal – Laurice Alexandre – Université de Paris

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...

Saison à Montréal – Christina Constantinidis – UQAM

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...

Saison à Montréal – Eric-Michaël Laviolette – TBS

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...

Saison à Montréal – Louis Jacques Filion – HEC Montréal

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...

15th EIASM Workshop Family Management Research – Alfredo de Massis

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...

15th EIASM Workshop Family Management Research – Laura Spence

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...

15th EIASM Workshop Family Management Research – Mattias Nordquist

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...

15th EIASM Workshop Family Management Research – Allan Discua Cruz

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....

15th EIASM Workshop Family Management Research – Ethel Brundin

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...

15th EIASM Workshop Family Management Research – Massimo Bau

“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...

European Step Project Meeting – Rania Labaki

Directrice de l’EDHEC Family Business Centre – Directrice académique du Family Business Global Executive MBA – Professeur Associé https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Rania_Labaki

European Step Project Meeting – Rodrigo Basco

Rodrigo Basco has taught in the areas of economics, management and family business in universities in Spain, Chile and Germany. Before joining AUS, Dr. Basco held a post-doctoral position...

European Step Project Meeting – Andrea Calabrò

Adnre Calabrò co-founded the Family Business Research Strategic Interest Group (FBR SIG) at the European Academy of Management (EURAM) and is co-founder and organizer of the International Family Business...

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...

Alistair Anderson – Top tips for PhD Students

Alistair Anderson, Distinguished Professor at Lancaster University and member of the International Associate Faculty at Audencia Business School shared with us his top tips for PhD Students.

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