The ACERE Doctoral Consortium is designed to give students the opportunity to get expert feedbank, meet leading researchers and share experiences. You do not need to have an abstract accepted at ACERE to be considered for the Doctoral Consortium. Applications close 20 November 2017. Find out more about the DC and the application process acereconference.com
|Ted Baker leads entrepreneurship efforts at Rutgers Business School – Newark & New Brunswick. He spent much of the first half of his adult life building a variety of technology-rich entrepreneurial ventures. During his subsequent academic career, he has helped to build two leading programs in technology entrepreneurship and commercialization (University of Wisconsin-Madison and NC State University). He has studied entrepreneurship under conditions of resource constraint and adversity (for example in the informal settlements around Cape Town, South Africa, in the textile industry in the American South and Northeast), focusing in particular on bricolage and improvisation as constructs useful for understanding resourceful behavior. His current work on Founder Identity Theory (FIT) explores the processes through which entrepreneurship sometimes allows people to pursue their goals and become who they want to be despite common problems of resource constraint and adversity. His research has been published in leading academic management and entrepreneurship journals, such as Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Business Venturing and Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal.
You can read more about the 2018 ACERE keynotes Dean Shepherd, Johan Wiklund, Ted Baker, Sam Gosling and Michal Kosinski on the conference website.
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Admission to the ACERE Conference is based on extended abstracts – Notification of acceptance to authors will be early September where you will be invited to submit your full paper by the deadline of 1 November 2017.
Please note only full papers submitted on or before the deadline of 1 November 2017 will be double blind peer reviewed, will qualify for awards, and will qualify to be nominated for the PDS sessions)
#acere2018 Brisbane, Australia 6-9 February 2018
ACERE 2018 Brisbane Australia – Whatever your sub-field of entrepreneurship, your abstract is welcome – but please make sure it observes the abstract submission guidelines.
The abstract submission portal is open. The abstract deadline is 14 August 2017. You can upload your abstract HERE.
Full Papers will be due 1 November (only full papers submitted on or before this date will be double blind peer reviewed, will qualify for awards and will qualify to be nominated for the PDS sessions)
Please note that only full papers received by the due date of 1 November will be considered for the awards process. We are very proud to once again have the support of RMIT University, La Trobe University and the University of Adelaide as our award sponsors.
Networking and building relationships with your colleagues is a important part of your participation at any conference and ACERE is no exception! The welcome reception on the Tuesday evening will be held at QUT Gardens Point Campus in The Cube. Wednesday evening we will enjoy the sights and sounds of Brisbane overlooking the river from our very own Southbank, and we thank the University of Queensland for their sponsorship of this event. And as in past years the Awards Dinner will be held on Thursday evening, the venue is yet to be confirmed. More information about visiting Brisbane.
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