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DCU Family Business Seminar Series: Sex, drugs and death: Entrepreneurship as transgressive practice.

DCU Centre of Family Business

Thursday, 22 February 2018 from 09:30 to 11:30 (GMT)

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DCU Centre for Family Business is proud to present its third in a series of research seminars, Sex, drugs and death: Entrepreneurship as transgressive practice delivered by Professor Richard Harrison.

The series, hosted by Professor Maura McAdam, Director of Entrepreneurship and Professor of Management at DCU, aims to explore different areas of entrepreneurship and family business, with a view to developing new ideas. Invited scholars will discuss their academic work and share their knowledge and reflections on various different research topics within the entrepreneurship and family business domains.

Richard Harrison is Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Director of the Compassionate Leadership Initiative at University of Edinburgh Business School. He has a unifying interest in the nature of the entrepreneurial process – in social and corporate as well as new venture contexts - as it is reflected in business development (particularly in the financing, by business angels and VCs, of innovation and growth), and in the implications of research and theorizing for practice and public policy.  Current research includes identity and identity work (he co-edited a Special Issue of Entrepreneurship and Regional Development [vol 28(3/4), April 2016] on Identity), entrepreneurial finance (he is founding co-editor ofVenture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance), entrepreneurial learning and leadership (he has edited Special Issues of Leadership [vol 11(4) November 2015] on leadership, authority and crisis, and Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice [vol  29(4) July 2005] on entrepreneurial learning), entrepreneurial ecosystems, entrepreneurship and innovation in emerging economies (Malaysia, China), the nature of peace entrepreneurship in conflict societies, and the post-Bourdieusian analysis of gender and entrepreneurship. He is the 2015 recipient of the UK ESRC Outstanding Impact on Business Award for his research on business angel finance.


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Q301/Q302 DCU Business School
Glasnevin Campus
Glasnevin University
Dublin 9 Dublin
Ireland

Thursday, 22 February 2018 from 09:30 to 11:30 (GMT)


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DCU Centre of Family Business

DCU Centre for Family Business is the first centre of excellence and learning in Ireland, translating leading Irish and international research into best practice, for incumbent and future generations of Irish family businesses.

We are committed to developing a centre that achieves international recognition as a hub of expertise and advice for family firms.

DCU Centre for Family Business I www.dcu.ie/centreforfamilybusiness I familybusiness@dcu.ie I 01 700 6921


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