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Call for Expressions of Interest – ACE Bootcamp

The ACE Bootcamp provides an opportunity for researchers – from research students and early career researchers to full professors – to focus on the crafting and development of existing paper drafts, conference papers, previously rejected manuscripts and other file drawer ‘orphans’. The ACE Bootcamp has been running since 2007 and always offers extensive written and…

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ACE publication and media successes!

We have achieved some extraordinary publication success as well as media coverage recently. Associate Professor Martin Obschonka recently published the article Entrepreneurial personalities in political leadership in Small Business Economics, one of the highest ranked journals in our field. Much due to its Twitter-based analysis of Donald Trump’s personality profile, this article has enjoyed by…

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Former ACE postdoc wins research award

Former ACE researcher Rene Bakker, now an Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at Indiana University, has won the 2016 Kelley School of Business Research Award. The award recognizes Rene’s research performance over the past year, culminating in a set of publications in the leading management journals. The award is in part based on the…

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Position opportunity at QUT Brisbane, Australia

The School of Management at Queensland University of Technology’s triple accredited Business School is recruiting an Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship. We are seeking a research active academic leader and teacher. We are looking for someone who engages in impactful entrepreneurship research, works collaboratively and can lead inter disciplinary academic teams to solve problems with research users….

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ACERE and the ACE Paper Development Bootcamp

The 2016 ACERE Conference was co-organised with Griffith University and held at their premises on the Gold Coast. The conference attracted 30 Delegates from more than 21 countries. We received over 180 submissions, 109 were accepted and scheduled for presentation. 20 of these papers were accepted to the Paper Development Sessions (PDS). The Doctoral Consortium…

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Public launch of the CAUSEE data set

CAUSEE has been a flagship project for ACE over a number of years, including forming the basis for four completed PhD dissertations, eight journal articles (so far) and a range of other publications. With the help of funding from the Australian Government Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, the data set has been documented, confidentialised,…

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Farewell

After two years with ACE Professor Tõnis Mets’ will return home to Estonia as his Marie Curie Fellowship from the EU runs out. At ACE Tõnis has worked on a range of issues and particularly on entrepreneurial process in the high technology small firms, and published a dozen work including five journal articles, six book…

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Fail early, fail often – what research has to say

In a recent opinion piece in The Conversation, Professor Andre Spicer from Cass Business School takes issue with some aspects of Turnbull’s National Innovation & Science Agenda. At this time I believe we have much more reason to celebrate the positives of Turnbull’s innovation agenda than to dissect the details that may be debatable. Further,…

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Summing Up Global Entrepreneurship Week 2015

As usual, Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) was a busy time for ACE. On the Tuesday we co-hosted a breakfast seating 120 to discuss “Future Working: The Age of Entrepreneurship”—a fitting theme in Australia of today. ACE Deputy Director Paul Steffens introduced the topic, and four practitioners – Ran Heimann, Vanessa Garrard, Jeremy Liddle and Rebecca…

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Top Journal Publication Success

Dr Rene Bakker has had great publication success with two articles. “Pull the Plug or take the Plunge: Multiple Opportunities and the Speed of Venturing Decisions in the Australian Mining Industry” (co-authored with ACE Adjunct Professor Dean Shepherd) was published online in July by the Academy of Management Journal. This was followed up in September…

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