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This show opens a new path for sharing entrepreneurship scholars contributions to the Entrepreneurship & Regional Development International Journal.

This show is the place where ERD International Journal will share the voice of the new contributors. Any time ERD will publish an article, authors will have the opportunity to record a podcast to sum up the article and communicate on a new channel.

For each published paper, the social media editor contact the authors and record a 10 to 15 minutes podcast based on the contribution: the purpose, the main findings, the methodologies… By doing so our aim is to share in a new way to the usual audience and also to create new impact for each research published in ERD.


All Episodes

Episode 55 – Bengt Johannisson – Academic entrepreneuring as a long-term commitment to regional development

The practice of ‘academic entrepreneuring’ here signifies a scholar’s innovative, integrative and persistent mode of pursuing and integrating a university’s three tasks, those of doing research, teaching students and...

Episode 54 – Simon Stephens & Kristel Miller – Business incubation as a community of practice: an emergent cultural web

Research on business incubation has been dominated by studies exploring university-industry technology transfer and high technology accelerators. Less is known about Business Incubation Centres (BICs), specifically, how their formal...

Episode 53 – Lin Xiong & Hina Hashim – Narrating the ‘social’: the evolving stories of Pakistan’s social entrepreneurs

Social enterprises are often characterized by the vision and drive of an individual founder. We challenge this by taking inspiration from Alistair R. Anderson’s arguments that social entrepreneurship is...

Episode 48 – Erik Melin – The moral of the story: ‘populism’ and ‘activism’ in entrepreneurship

This paper engages with the concepts of ‘populism’ and ‘activism’ in entrepreneurial storytelling in order to explain how entrepreneurship may be both an individual and a collective endeavour.

Episode 47 – Daniel Mahn – Contextualizing the knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship: the Chilean paradox

This research uses hierarchical linear modelling to test the KSTE in a developing-country context. By trying this theory on a different setting as is usually studied, we attempt to...