Thank you to those who submitted a poster for the doctoral day competition.
An ISBE certificate was awarded for the best poster in terms of novelty, impact, imaginative design and critical content. The winner was Helen Rana, University of the West of England. Presley Bai, University of York and Weitong Chu, King’s College London received a highly commended certificate as close runners up. Congratulations to all!
Date: Wednesday 26th October 2022
Location: The Guildhall, St Martins Courtyard, Coney St, York YO1 9QL
The Doctoral day will provide participants with an opportunity to listen to best practice from Entrepreneurship subject experts plus network with Doctoral peers and build networks. The day will give attendees the opportunity to “test” their Doctoral concepts with a different audience. The Doctoral day will also offer a poster session competition whereby doctoral candidates can submit a summary of their Doctorate to date and obtain feedback from experienced Entrepreneurship academics.
Attendees are invited to submit a doctoral poster as part of the Doctoral day. Attendees can discuss their PhD through their poster with academics and fellow doctorate students. The poster will be ideally presented on an A3 sized document and should provide an overview of the aims and objectives of the study, the key literature, the proposed methodology and the likely contribution to knowledge. An ISBE certificate will be awarded for the best poster in terms of novelty, impact, imaginative design and critical content. Please bring a paper copy of your poster to the event if you wish to participate. Please note that participation is optional in this process.
|9.30-10.00 (30)||Prof Paul Jones (Swansea University)||Introduction
Introduction to the day from Prof. Paul Jones. The session will also allow you to introduce yourself to your fellow doctoral students and further develop your networks.
|10.00- 10.45 (45)||Prof Paul Jones (Swansea University, UK)||From Doctoral Qualification to becoming an academic
This session will consider the attributes, skills and knowledge required to transition from doctorate student to early career academic.
|10.45-11.00 (15)||Morning Coffee||Coffee Break and Network|
|11.00-11.45 (45)||Prof Kiran Trehan (York University
|Engagement, influence, and Impact: Harnessing the power of your research
The session explores the practical efficiencies of building in impact, through embedded engagement, and of the many possibilities offered for the communication – and enactment- of inclusive scholarly entrepreneurship work.
|11.45-12.30 (45)||Dr Robert Wapshott (Nottingham University)||Qualitative approaches in Small Business and Entrepreneurship research
The session will consider how to make effective use of qualitative approaches in Small Business and Entrepreneurship research. Several perspectives will be considered including:
· Qualitative approaches in research design
· Rigour in applying qualitative approaches
· Reporting qualitative findings for journal publication.
|12.30-1.15 (45)||Dr Deema Refai (Leeds University, UK)
|Surviving the PhD viva
The session will consider best practice and strategies to successfully navigate the Doctoral viva.
|1.15-2.00 (45)||LUNCH||LUNCH plus students get to discuss their posters with fellow students and academics.
Welcome from ISBE President
Professor Andrew Henley
|2.00-2.45 (45)||Prof Katrina Pritchard and Dr Helen Williams||Using visual and creating methods in entrepreneurship research
This session summarises recent work that has made use of both visual and creative methods to explore understandings of entrepreneurship. Using examples from our own research, we will discuss both the challenges and opportunities that arise from using such approaches.
|2.45-3.15 (30)||Dr Mohamed Haddoud (British University in Dubai, Dubai)
|Managing your relationship with your Doctoral supervisors
This session explores the student supervisor relationship and how to effectively manage it.
|3.15-4.45 (90)||This session will include representatives from 4 major Entrepreneurship journals:
Dr Mohamed Haddoud (British University in Dubai, Dubai)
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research
Professor Dilani Jayawarna, (Liverpool University)
Entrepreneurship and Regional Development
Dr Deema Refai (Leeds University, UK) International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Dr Lorna Treanor (Nottingham University, UK)
International Small Business Journal
|Meet the Journal Editors session
Representatives of Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, International Small Business Journal, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research and International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. The session will provide an overview of each journal and allow you to question current Journal Editors regarding best practice in academic publishing within the entrepreneurship discipline.
|4.45-5.00 (15)||Prof. Paul Jones (Swansea University, UK)||Conclusions and Prize Giving
This session will conclude the day and award best poster presentations.
Professor Dilani Jayawarna – Associate Editor of the Entrepreneurship and Regional Development Journal and Consulting Editor for the International Small Business Journal. She recently co-edited a special issue for International Journal of Entrepreneurship Behaviour and Research on entrepreneurial learning. Dilani’s research interests are in the areas of entrepreneurial resources, life course and household, entrepreneur exit and social entrepreneurship.
Dr Mohamed Yacine Haddoud is an Associate Professor in Management at the British University in Dubai (BUiD). Prior to joining BUiD, Mohamed worked at Liverpool John Moores University, Plymouth University and Warwick University. Mohamed published over 30 peer-reviewed articles in leading journals including the Journal of Vocational Behavior, Annals of Tourism Research; Tourism Management, Journal of Business Research, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Journal of Small Business Management, Journal of Studies in Higher Education to name a few. He currently acts as the co-editor of the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research (Emerald) and the associate editor of the Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship
a range of data collection methods such as interviews, observations, document analysis and archival research