PhD Entrepreneurship Academy, 16-17 May, 2019, Liverpool

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Hosted by the Centre for Entrepreneurship at University of Liverpool Management School, the PhD Entrepreneurship Academy is intended for PhD students and early researchers who want to get a deep understanding of entrepreneurship as field, classic and modern theories of entrepreneurship, innovative research methods, conceptual modelling and theorising and how to publish in entrepreneurship journals and embed impact early on into their PhD projects. This two day event gathers every year with between 20 and 25 promising PhD students and senior researchers championing ground-breaking, impactful research on entrepreneurship across multiple sub-domains.

Please click here to view a video which shows the positive outcomes identified by delegates and facilitators during the two day academy.

PhD/ECR Latin American Academy, 6-8 March, 2019, Santiago, Chile

The PhD/ECR Latin American Academy is an annual event co-organised by the Centre for Entrepreneurship in collaboration with Academia B in Latin America and hosted by local universities. It aims to support Latin American researchers during the early stages of their careers. This three day event convenes every year, 20 to 25 promising ECRs and eight mentors interested in advancing research in the region at the intersection of business, enterprise and sustainable development. The 2017 Academy was hosted by the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil. The 2019 Academy was hosted by Universidad del Desarollo in Chile and the 2020 Academy will be hosted by INCAE Business School in Costa Rica.

Entrepreneurship research impact award

The entrepreneurship research impact award seeks to encourage and celebrate methodologically rigorous and societally beneficial entrepreneurship studies contributing knowledge with the potential to make the world a better place. The application for papers with demonstrated impact on entrepreneurship policy or practice will open in the summer of 2019.

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