II Paper Development Seminar - New developments in entrepreneurial process research
The entrepreneurial process is a “hot” topic attracting increasing attention from researchers and PhD students around the world. This is matched with increasing publication opportunities in entrepreneurship journals, or Special Issues in wider Business or Management journals. However, the competition for publication is fierce and crafting a perfectly rounded manuscript is essential to increase the chances of getting your paper accepted for publication.
The aim of this Seminar is to help participants develop their research results into papers that may be fit for publication in top‐tier academic journals. To achieve this aim, the seminar will benefit from the participation of a panel of well‐reputed entrepreneurship scholars, who will present some of their recent contributions in the analysis of the entrepreneurial process, and will also review and comment the papers/extended abstracts submitted by the participants.
Participants will have the opportunity to present their research to the audience. They will not only receive general feedback from other participants, but also specific comments and suggestions from the panel scholars.
We aim to develop a fruitful and intimate working atmosphere. For this reason, we will limit
the number of participants to an absolute maximum of 25.
Registration and submission:
To register, please apply via email to firstname.lastname@example.org before December 31st 2018, including your full name, contact information and affiliation, as well as attaching the extended abstract of your planned paper. The Seminar is open and research works on any of the aspects of the entrepreneurial process are welcome.
On January 15th, 2019, the acceptance of paper proposals will be communicated to submitting
authors. Then, you are kindly asked to pay the registration fee. Please note that acceptance
will only be confirmed after the fee has been paid (see below).
Submitting a full paper is not essential. The final version of the document you will present and
have evaluated (either extended abstract or full paper) will have to be submitted no later than
March 31st, 2019.
Participants will cover their own travel and accommodation expenses. In order to cover the cost of materials, meals and refreshments, the participants will be asked to pay a €100 registration fee. The fee shall be paid by bank transfer as follows:
Account holder: Universidad de Sevilla
Bank Account (IBAN): ES95 0049 2588 7024 1425 0158
It is essential to include the full name of the participant, together with the seminar code and
topic (“292‐II PDSeminar”) as the transfer information.
Example: Joseph Schumpeter – 292‐II PDSeminar
Once the transfer has been completed, please send a copy of the receipt/printout by email to