High Potential Concepts, Phenomena and Theories in International Entrepreneurship Research
The University of Glasgow's Community for Internationalisation and Enterprise Research is proud to welcome the High Potential Concepts, Phenomena and Theories in International Entrepreneurship Research Conference on 14 to 15 June 2012.
The aim for the conference is to advance research and theory in international entrepreneurship by facilitating the cross-fertilization of high potential concepts, phenomena and theories from major established domains in business research. The conference will take the form of an international cross-domain workshop to develop and advance theory on entrepreneurial internationalisation and international entrepreneurship.
Professor Marian V Jones - University of Glasgow, Adam Smith Business School
Professor Patricia McDougall-Covin - Kelley School of Business, Indiana
Professor Manuel Serapio – Business School, University of Colorado, Denver
Professor Ray Bagby - Hankamer School of Business, Baylor University and Editor of Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice
This conference is being sponsored by: