Congratulations to Roxanne Zolin on having been elected Representative-at-Large for the Entrepreneurship Division (ENT) of the Academy of Management (AoM)!
This means that QUT/ACE has been represented in the elected leadership every year since 2007, Per Davidsson was elected for the 5-year leadership cycle (just completed in 2012). We now have two representatives in the leadership as Roxanne joins Judy Matthews, who was elected RAL last year.
Roxanne has previously been involved in work for AoM-ENT’s Communications Committee and has also been active in organising Professional Development Workshops at the annual meeting, among other things.
Again – congratulations Roxanne!
Wednesday 15 May 2013 – 11:00 am to 12:30 pm at the QUT Gardens Point Campus
Presented by Pina D’Orazio – University G.d’Annunzio Pescara- Italy
Spot the differences in traditional and social entrepreneurial intention: an empirical test.
There is general agreement that entrepreneurship plays a central role in the growth and development of an economy. In particular, when business activities are regarded as a vehicle for sustainable growth their influence extends beyond mere economic returns for singular economic entities to encompass social problems. Addressing social problems heavily relies on collaborative actions and more precisely falls into the domain of social entrepreneurship than traditional entrepreneurship. Read more