entrepreneurship as practice

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 a dissertation with the title Institutional Logics and Entrepreneurship – Struggling for legitimacy in the emerging bio-energy field. His ongoing…

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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 at Toulouse School of Management. Her primary research interest lies on the border areas of healthcare, Management and Entrepreneurship. Her…

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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 of social practice theory to strategic doings, by investigating the relationship between practice and strategizing, to build a better understanding…

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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 entrepreneurs” in the international humanitarian field. To gain such understanding, Wenderson draws primarily upon the theoretical lenses of Pierre Bourdieu…

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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 has 10 years’ experience of teaching economic theory. In her doctoral study, Anna examines the process of constructing entrepreneurial identity…

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Ali Ghods – Exploring legitimacy in entrepreneurship

Ali is a Ph.D. candidate at the CERGAM, the University of Aix-Marseille in France. He also has a master’s degree in management of innovation and information systems from the same university and bachelor of management engineering from Iran. His studies undertake an experimental approach to understand social judgment in the entrepreneurship domain. In detail, he…

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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 research group at Nord University, Norway and a member of NORSI – Norwegian Research School in Innovation. In his research…

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Amanda Haarman – Rethinking development contributions: African returnees’ entrepreneurship approaches

Amanda is a PhD candidate at the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) and Copenhagen Business School (CBS) where her research examines the intersection of migration, entrepreneurship, and development in the context of growing African economies. Her doctoral research – funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF) – explores alternative approaches to development through…

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Sérgio Vogt – Entrepreneurial Learning in Practice: Fragments of Aesthetic-Sensible Knowledge in Entrepreneurs’ Life Trajectory

Sérgio Vogt is a Ph.D. Candidate at Positivo University, Brazil, and a Visiting Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Victoria, Canada. He has a Master’s in Business Administration and a Post-Graduation Lato Sensu in Business Marketing at the Federal University of Paraná, Brazil. Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at the University of Passo Fundo, Brazil,…

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Christian Granz – When entrepreneurs select venture capitalists: the relevance of value-added services

Christian is a research assistant and doctoral candidate at the Chair of Entrepreneurship and Finance at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, which he joined in October 2017. In his dissertation, Christian focuses on experimental research in entrepreneurial finance. Christian holds a M.Sc. degree in Finance and Strategic Management from Copenhagen Business School and a B.Sc. in…

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