Entrepreneurial enterprise

The Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research is an Australian hub of research-based knowledge in entrepreneurship.

The Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship (ACE) covers a wide range of research projects dedicated to new economic activity and the entrepreneurial enterprise. The main streams of research are related to entrepreneurial diversity in people, entrepreneurial opportunities, the entrepreneurial process, entrepreneurial regions and immigrant entrepreneurship in Australia. In alignment with the technology-focus of QUT, research is also focused on AI and Big Data in Entrepreneurship and the use of data analytics and metics for capturing and studying the entrepreneurial landscape and developments. In particular, through CFE’s entrepreneurial enterprise theme, ACE explores (1) effective corporate-entrepreneurship partnerships, (2) social entrepreneurship, and (3) digital literacy within entrepreneurs.



Theme Leader

  • Professor Martin Obschonka

    Theme Leader - Entrepreneurial Enterprise. Director, Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research ,Chief Investigator

    Summary: Martin Obschonka is a psychologist working in the research fields applied psychology, entrepreneurship, vocational behavior, economic culture, and social, economic, and technological change.                                                     ...


Research Team