ACERE 2018


  • Best Quantitative Paper –
    Time will Tell: How Changes in Entrepreneurial Intentions Impact Business Graduates’ Innovative Behavior at Work.  Johan Maes, Hannes Leroy, Jana Deprez, Jonas Debrulle.  Sponsored by: RMIT University
  • Best Qualitative Paper –
    Understanding Refugee Incubations: A Multi-stakeholder Perspective on a Business Incubation Model with Social Impact.  Alexander  Meister, Rene Mauer. Sponsored by: University of Adelaide
  • Best Paper on International Entrepreneurship –
    Bricolage, Speed to Market, and Internationalization: The Contradictory Moderating Role of Hierarchy in Entrepreneurial Ventures. Tobias Kollmann, Christoph Stockmann, Simon Hensellek.  Sponsored by: La Trobe University.

Important Dates

Full paper submission deadline: 20 November

Educational Forum/Industry Forum Submission Deadline: 10 December

Application for Doctoral Consortium: 10 December

PDWs Submission Deadline: 10 December

Registration Early-Bird Price: 21 December


Activity Calendar

Doctoral Consortium (Monday 5th February all day)
Paper Development Workshops (Tuesday 6th February – 9am – 3pm)
Educators/Industry Forum (Tuesday 6th February – 9am – 3pm)
Main Conference  (Tuesday 6th (from 3pm), Wednesday 7th (all day), Thursday 8th (all day) – Conference begins at 3pm on Tuesday 6th)
Social events
Welcome drinks at UTS – Tuesday 6th February 5pm
Gala evening at MCA – Wednesday 7th February evening
Closing drinks in Tech Central – Thursday 8th February 6pm



As a first-time participant and a new doctoral student just 6 months in, the conference has been extremely useful for me in terms of my own personal learning and in meeting new, liked-minded individuals. I would definitely encourage more of my friends to apply the conference in the future.

Participant in 2023 Edition of ACERE