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363-1104-00L  Advanced Studies in Entrepreneurship

SemesterSpring Semester 2018
LecturersB. Clarysse
Periodicityyearly recurring course
CourseDoes not take place this semester.
Language of instructionEnglish
CommentMaster students with a strong interest in research in the fields of entrepreneurship, innovation and organization theory and phd students


AbstractThe course covers foundational papers and research streams related to entrepreneurship and targets masters and PhD students with a research interest in entrepreneurship, innovation and organization theory. For each session, the students are required to read the assigned five research papers and prepare for an in-depth discussion thereof. Active preparation and participation are a key requirement.
ObjectiveCourse participants will

- acquire knowledge about foundations and trends in entrepreneurship research
- learn how to read, analyze and discuss academic papers
- be able to identify new lines of research based on the discussed materials
- improve their own writing of research papers
ContentSession topics:

- Founder & Entrepreneurial Identity
- Hybrid Organizations & (Social Entrepreneurship)
- Entrepreneurship Theory and the Individual-Opportunity Nexus
- Institutional Theory & Entrepreneurship
- Technology Market Linking & Search in Entrepreneurship
- International Entrepreneurship
- Bottom-up Innovation / Corporate Entrepreneurship
- Teams & Entrepreneurship
Lecture notesAll papers are accessible through the ETH Library or will be provided at the start of the course.
LiteratureSee Syllabus
Prerequisites / NoticeFor more details, please check the course page: Link