Since the 1940s, the United States has had a clear lead in commercializing their scientific research. Professors Kazuhiro Asakawa of Keio Business School and Mark Lehrer of Suffolk University explore this phenomenon through the examples of Japan and Germany as they play catch up.
Professor Andrew Burke, Dean of Trinity Business School, Trinity College, Dublin, and chair of the Centre for Research on Self-Employment (CRSE) shines a light on the immense value of the growing freelancer “project economy”.
Prof. Tales Andreassi, FGV-EAESP, explores start-up incubators to reveal several key factors determining success or failure.
Business for the common good has never been as needed, debated and desired as now. A spotlight on Social Enterprise – challenges and opportunities in a new world context with Profs. Concepción Galdón, Sheila M. Cannon, Edgard Barki, Adrian Zicari and a successful social entrepreneur, Paula Cardenau
Are entrepreneurs born or are they made? A Warwick Business School focus on the question that has puzzled researchers for years.
Prof. Tales Andreassi, Deputy-Dean of FGV-EAESP, examines the role corporate entrepreneurship plays in reinforcing MNC international performance.
Dear Council Community Readers, The Council editorial team will be on a welcome summer break from Wednesday 31st July to Monday 26th August. I’d like to thank you personally and on […]
Andy Lockett, Dean of Warwick Business School and Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, together with Deniz Ucbasaran, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Warwick Business School, strike a high note with their research into how business leaders can learn from jazz.
Before the publication of the year’s final, bumper issue of Global Voice magazine, a look back at 5 of the Council’s most read articles of 2018. Enjoy! Per member School […]
Henri Bong, ESSEC MBA Alumnus, and CEO and co-founder of UnaBiz, one of the most promising tech companies in the Asia-Pacific region, shares his inspiring insights into how to be a successful entrepreneur and manager.