The focus of the geography on entrepreneurship has contributed to a better understanding of entrepreneurial ecosystems and the ways in which localised social, and economic systems affect the entrepreneurship process and firm strategy in Scotland, Canada, Japan, and in emerging economies, including Malaysia.
|Raluca Bunduchi||Personal Chair of Innovation|
|Marina Candi||Professorial Fellow (Visiting)|
|Sarah Cooper||Personal Chair in Entrepreneurship & Enterprise Development, Director of Faculty & Deputy Dean|
|Martin Gannon||Lecturer in Entrepreneurship|
|Ian Graham||Senior Lecturer in Operations Management & Co-ordinator of Adjustments and School Disability Contact|
|Francis Greene||Chair in Entrepreneurship|
|Ashley Lloyd||Senior Lecturer in Information Management|
|Hajar Mozaffar||Senior Lecturer in Innovation and Programme Director for MSc Entrepreneurship & Innovation|
|Neil Pollock||Professor of Innovation and Social Informatics & Head of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Group|
|Alessandro Rosiello||Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship & Innovation|
|Jordana Viotto da Cruz||Lecturer in Entrepreneurship|
A collaborative project has highlighted the importance of narrative, story-telling and improvisation in the ‘second pitch’ of entrepreneurs to industry analysts.
Work on crowdfunding is extending the commitment to entrepreneurial finance research in the School, and the role of gender in the entrepreneurial process and policy is an important cross-cutting theme.
Research into scaling up businesses led to Professor Francis Greene being appointed Director of the Scottish University Scale-Up Consortium to lead 15 universities in developing a world-leading, entrepreneur-led, and evidence-based education programme to help new businesses to grow beyond initial start-up phase.