How do we study what we say we study? In this doctoral course, we choose to take a closer look into research that has approached the phenomena of entrepreneurship using qualitative methods.
In order to develop and pursue your own business idea, whether in an economical or social setting, you need to know the relevant business tools. Throughout this unique course you will get an understanding of the potential of innovation and entrepreneurship, learn how to develop a business idea from research, improve your communication skills and enhance your career opportunities inside and outside academia.
The course aims to give doctoral students an opportunity to reflect on the importance of academic research and how this can lead to societal change.
The purpose of this course is to introduce PhD candidates to topics studied in Entrepreneurship (ENT) research.
This course introduces students to research designs commonly used by social scientists to study people, organizations, and markets. To demonstrate empirical techniques, approaches from various fields and contexts are used throughout the course.
The course provides an overview of quantitative research methods, with a particular focus on applications in studies of entrepreneurship and innovation.
This course explores research on entrepreneurship, building on classic readings in an interdisciplinary framework. The course offers doctoral students an opportunity to study and develop scholarly theories of entrepreneurial behavior and outcomes. We will study theories of entrepreneurial behavior at the individual, small group, organization, industry and national levels of analysis.