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Entrepreneurship and Innovation Doctoral and Post-doctoral event (LEIC), 27-28 April 2023, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom

  • 1.  Entrepreneurship and Innovation Doctoral and Post-doctoral event (LEIC), 27-28 April 2023, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom

    Posted 03-01-2023 03:40

    You are invited to submit your work to attend the Lincoln Entrepreneurship & Innovation Colloquium 2023 - to be held at the University of Lincoln, 27-28 April 2023.

    Deadline to submit 1000 words Abstract and CV: 15 March 2023

    The two-day colloquium is organised to discuss the diverse facets of doctoral and post-doctoral career and the different possibilities for carrying out empirical research in entrepreneurship and innovation. The colloquium is free of charge and accommodation bursaries are available thanks to the generous support of external funders.

    The colloquium is aimed for management and organisation doctoral students and early career researchers (ECRs) in the field of entrepreneurship and innovation interested in qualitative, quantitative and mixed methodologies, including systematic and bibliometric approaches for literature reviews.  Preferably, the participants will have completed at least one year of their doctoral study or have been able to progress far enough with their research to have crafted a well-structured proposal or a paper contemplating their preliminary findings. Albeit we also are keen to invite ECRs and close to completion doctoral students that are currently working on a paper that is in need of development.

    By participating, researchers will be able to receive individual mentorship and advices for the successful publication journey of their research. Each participant will be matched with a senior scholar who is an active editor or associate editor of an internationally recognised journal (see below for details of outlets – CABS 3 and 2).

    The best works will be invited for submission to Strategic Change (CABS 2) or Journal of Enterprising Communities (CABS 1) and access a fast-track peer-review process.

    We received support that allows for the event to be free of charge and some bursaries are available for a limited number of PhD students. Participation is limited to 40 PhD/ECRs. To attend the colloquium, participants need to submit their abstract and receive a notification of acceptance. 

    All information are available at this link: https://leic.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk/  

    You can also download the call for papers here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19c0rCljXMMYwHw8198vydAr3m2nLegGC/view 

    Please share this information with your PhD students, Post-doctoral researchers or Early Career colleagues who may be benefit from attending. 

    Chair: Dr Andrea Caputo, University of Lincoln & University of Trento


    Andrea Caputo
    Associate Professor
    University of Trento & University of Lincoln