The JBVI Entrepreneurship Academy has opened its application to the 2023 cohort! This time hosted by Durham University Business School in the UK (12-14th September 2023, in-person only).
The 2023 JBVI Entrepreneurship Academy is intended for PhD students and early career researchers within 2 years of graduation who want to get a deep understanding of entrepreneurship as a field, new topics in entrepreneurship, innovative research methods, and conceptual modelling and theorising. In addition, each participant will have the opportunity to receive feedback on their research project and overall guidance around how they can both develop a publication strategy and embed impact early on into their PhD projects.
The Academy is divided into four parts:
Seminar sessions, combining key theories and theory development in entrepreneurship research. In each session, the facilitator will make a short presentation followed by a collective discussion of key papers. Students will be required to read and comment on papers for each session.
Sessions on methodological innovation in entrepreneurship research. In this session, the mentors will introduce and discuss research methods papers and applications of innovative research designs and methods in substantive entrepreneurship research.
Publishing and impact in entrepreneurship research.
Prof. Dimo Dimov, University of Bath, UK
Dr. Rachida Justo, IE Business School, Spain
Prof Andreas Kuckertz, University of Hohenheim, Germany
Prof. Hana Milanov, Technical University Munich, Germany
Prof. Pablo Munoz, Durham University, UK
There is a two-stage submission for 2023:
By 01st of June 2023: Complete the application form https://forms.gle/MzzfamYjR8k6utBa6 including paper abstract or dissertation overview (500 words max) and a short bio (100 words max). Proposals at any stages of development are welcome.
You will receive notification if a place is allocated to you by the 15th of June
. Please do not make any travel arrangements until you have received confirmation of a place.
By 30th of July 2023: Selected applicants will be invited to submit a 6-page abridged paper. This is compulsory as it will help us allocate mentors and prepare the one-to-one mentoring sessions.
The event is free for PhD students and early-career researchers. JBVI, Elsevier and Durham University Business School will cover the full cost of the event, including attendance to sessions, mentoring and meals. Participants are asked to cover the cost of any travel and additional accommodation as required.
See attached document for details of the event.
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