For additional information please refer to the 2014 ACERE Handbook
Published by Queensland University of Technology
Edited by Per Davidsson
Conference: 2014 Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange ACERE, Feb 4-7, 2014, UNSW, Australia.
Authors had the option of having their FULL paper double blind peer reviewed. Papers included in the Proceedings that are marked with an 2 asterisks**, were double blind reviewed by an international panel of reviewers.
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Keynote speakers and panellists
An exceptional line up of panellists are confirmed for the 2014 ACERE Conference including Dean Shepherd, Joe Cheng, Per Davidsson and Frederic Delmar all highly qualified Reviewer-Chairs for the “Professional Development Sessions” that are planned. In addition Suresh Kumar, Founder & Executive Chairman, NexAge Technologies USA Inc has organised a special workshop on “Bridging the Divides between Academics, Practice, and Policy in Entrepreneurship”.
Meet the editors
Professor Dean Shepherd, Randall L. Tobias Chair in Leadership, Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, USA
Professor Per Davidsson, Director & Talbot Family Foundation Chair in Entrepreneurship, Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research (ACE), Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Award for Best Empirical Paper Applying Quantitative Methods:
Carina Lomberg, Diemo Urbig, Christoph Stockman, Lou Marino
“Entrepreneurial Orientation: The Dimensions’ Unique, Bilaterally Shared, and Commonly Shared Contributions to Explaining Firm Performance.”
Sponsored by Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research, QUT Business School
Award for Best Empirical Paper Applying Qualitative Methods:
“How spatial context influences entrepreneurial value creation: A multiple case study.”
Sponsored by UNSW, Australia
Award for Outstanding Contribution by an Early Career Academic:
Fabrice Cavarretta, Nathan Furr
“Means, Variability, and Extremes: Reinterpreting the Role of Resources in New Ventures.”
Sponsored by Swinburne University of Technology
Award for Foundational and Pioneering Contributions and Services to the Entrepreneurship Research Community in Australia and Beyond:
Murray Gillin AM