Posted on behalf of Anil Nair:
CALL FOR PAPERS
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation sponsored Hybrid Colloquium on
Strome College of Business, Old Dominion University
June 17th and 18th 2022, Norfolk, Virginia
Entrepreneurship among: Veterans, Minorities, Women, Immigrants, Refugees
We invite scholars, students and practitioners to submit completed papers, 'works in progress', and panel proposals for the Transitional Entrepreneurship colloquium to be held on June 17th and 18th, 2022. The colloquium is the second of a series of annual colloquia supported by a grant from the E. M. Kauffman Foundation. Due to COVID-19, the 2022 edition of the colloquium will be in hybrid format.
A special issue of New England Journal of Entrepreneurship will be published based on the conference theme.
Transitional entrepreneurship focuses on issues facing entrepreneurs from communities that face significant adversity in launching ventures, and for whom the path involves substantive life transitions. We focus on entrepreneurs from veterans, minorities, immigrants, refugees, women, historically marginalized groups, and economically distressed communities. As research on transitional entrepreneurs is at an early stage, we welcome papers from multiple perspectives, methodologies, regions and themes, with implications for theory, practice and policy.
Ø Bring together a diverse community of scholars, practitioners and policy makers interested in entrepreneurship among transitional communities
Ø Generate and disseminate a body of knowledge that motivates relevant future research projects and actionable ideas in transitional entrepreneurship
Ø Panel discussions: Leading scholars who share their work and provide thought provoking ideas and directions for future research in transitional entrepreneurship.
Ø Paper sessions: Offer scholars an opportunity to present their research and receive feedback from attendees.
Ø Case study sessions: Transitional entrepreneurs and mentors sharing their experiences.
Ø Networking and Meet the Editors sessions
Dr. Banu Ozkazanc-Pan
Anna Lee Saxenian
Harvard Business School
Dean, Linfield University
University of Minnesota
University of Notre Dame
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal
Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development
Journal of Business Venturing &
Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice
University of Houston, Victoria
Morgan State University
Mirza Tihic Syracuse University
Saurabh A. Lall
University of Oregon
Transitional Entrepreneurship in Community Colleges
Borough of Manhattan Community College (CUNY)
- February 28th: Submission Deadline
- March 31st: Decisions on Manuscripts and Registration Opens
- Developmental Paper Submission
Please submit a two-page project proposal, for a maximum of four pages including references and appendixes.
- Full Paper Submission
40-page maximum length, including references and appendixes.
- All submissions in Times New Roman 12 font size, double-spaced, with 1-inch margins.
New England Journal of Entrepreneurship special issue editors
Golshan Javadian - Morgan State University
Anil Nair - Old Dominion University
Kaveh Moghaddam - University of Houston, Victoria
Li-Wei Chen - Old Dominion University
David Ahlstrom – Chinese University of Hong Kong
Youngeun Lee – California State University, Los Angeles
Registration: Free for all authors with accepted papers.
- Travel & Lodging: Stipends available to support travel, lodging and meals. Limited number of guest passes available for doctoral students.
Anil Nair, Ph.D
Professor & Chair, Department of Management
Strome College of Business
Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA 23529