In recent years, economies worldwide are witnessing the emergence of new business models within entrepreneurial realms, new funding mechanisms and platforms, new international scopes of activities, new ways of organizing ventures, as well as greater varieties of venture types spanning both commercial and socially driven initiatives. Some of these initiatives emerge from urgent questions involving academia, government and industry in a period of economic slowdown and uncertainty in developed and emerging economies. Such urgency and interest are also evident in wider governmental initiatives such as the European Community’s Entrepreneurship 2020 Action Plan, as well as various individual governmental programs across the world.
Hence, while the conference will include multiple tracks welcoming studies from a variety of business and management disciplines, it will especially welcome submissions addressing both current knowledge domains of entrepreneurship, as well as future developments, challenges and opportunities for entrepreneurship in general, and in the European and Mediterranean contexts in particular. Accordingly, the conference’s special opening session will host a panel of international thought leaders which will present their insights, perspectives and visions for the future of entrepreneurship.

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Posted byMatteo Rossi
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InstitutionUniversity of Sannio
DateSeptember 18-19, 2014
LocationKristiansand, Norway
Name of institution/organizationEuroMed Research Business Institute
DeadlineMarch 24th, 2014
Contact personMatteo Rossi!academic-conference/cngi

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