Professor and Deputy-Dean Tales Andreassi, FGV-EAESP, with fellow researchers Vânia Maria Jorge Nassif, University of Sao Paulo, and Professor Maria José Tonelli, FGV-EAESP, share results from their critical incident-based research* into women entrepreneurs. What impacts them behind their business veneer and how do they cope with it?
Why does entrepreneurship policy matter? And how can policies make or break the entrepreneurial spirit? In part two of this feature, Profs. Tales Andreassi and Éder Danilo Bezerra of FGV-EAESP and their fellow co-researchers propose a set of recommendations for facilitating entrepreneurship in Brazil.
In his latest research, Tales Andreassi, Professor and Vice-Dean of FGV-EAESP, Brazil, examines the catalytic role corporate entrepreneurship plays in reinforcing multinationals’ international performance. By CoBS Editor Nicolas Desarnauts. Related […]
Prof. and Vice-Dean at FGV-EAESP Tales Andreassi looks into the historical roots of the sustainable development movement and its future Related research: INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABILITY: NEW MODELS AND PROPOSITIONS by […]
Is job satisfaction enough to guarantee performance?
Tales Andreassi, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Vice-Dean of FGV-EAESP, Brazil, opens up Part 2 of his research into incubators and start-up survival. What key factors enable incubators to foster successful […]
Tales Andreassi, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Vice-Dean of FGV-EAESP, Brazil, opens up his research into incubators and start-up survival. Studying the insides of incubators reveals a key factor as to […]