Please join us in Seattle for a symposium on research in the intersection of entrepreneurship and public policy! We have a great line-up of speakers and offer a good chance to discuss this burgeoning area of research.
Exploring the Relationship Between Entrepreneurship and Public Policy (session 1045)
David Audretsch, Indiana University
Steven Bradley, Baylor U.
Fernando D'Andrea, Oklahoma State University
Jeffery McMullen, Indiana University
Per Bylund, Oklahoma State University
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM Pacific on Monday, 8 August
This symposium explores avenues for research in the area of entrepreneurship and public policy. Research in other disciplines, primarily economics, have previously addressed questions in this space assuming a static or unidirectional relationship, either the impact of public policy (regulations) on startups or corporate rent-seeking, but the entrepreneurship perspective suggests a bidirectional, dynamic, institutionally embedded relationship between entrepreneurial value creation and the environment in which it occurs, in particular public policy. This perspective remains understudied. In this symposium, leading scholars in this new and exciting area of study in entrepreneurship will present new research, provide guidance and recommendations, and insights into opportunities in both theory development and empirical studies.
Direct link to this item on the conference program: https://2022.aom.org/meetings/virtual/t3dPdB76nvXfhnFtW
PER L BYLUND | Associate Professor
Johnny D. Pope Chair
School of Entrepreneurship
424 Business Building | Stillwater, OK 74078
405-744-4301 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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