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Maatschappij/bedrijvenUGCEResearch CenterHTSF conference June 27-28, 2018

HTSF program

All sessions will take place at the University College Groning, Hoendiepskade 23-24. See here how to reach the location

TUESDAY

Time

What

Who

Comment

18:00—19:30

Reception and Registration at the venue, UCG Hoendiepskade 23-24

WEDNESDAY

Time

What

Who

Comment

8:30-9:00

Registration

9:00-9:30

Welcome        

Prof. Aard Groen, Prof. Peter van der Sijde, Prof. Gary Cook

9:30-10:30

Opening Keynote

Prof. Steven Walsh

10:30-10:45

Coffee break

Topic

Session 1: Networking and trust

Session 2: Entrepreneurship and society

Session 3: Entrepreneurial ecosystems

10:45-12:15

Zhang & Groen

Stick tightly or Run away: Network defense of entrepreneurial companies for indirect ties with rivals

Redondo, Camarero & van der Sijde

University incubators as ideal environments to exchange innovative knowledge

Khodaei

The moderating role of network capabilities on entrepreneurial orientation and performance in Iranian academic spin-off.

Tierney, Marinakis & Walsh

Will Entrepreneurship and Project Management help enable IoT based I4.0

Crisafulli, Saffe, Colombo & Cerban

Entrepreneurial development, economic growth and income distribution in Córdoba from a structuralist standpoint

Koers, Groen, Englis & Harms

Barriers to Social Entrepreneurship by Refugees: An Explorative Study How Prior Experience, Personal unmet needs and Unique life experiences Influence Prosocial Orientation

Han, Zhou, Lowik & de Weerd-Nederhof

Building and sustaining the emerging ecosystems by focal new ventures: evidence from the bike-sharing industry in China

Kets

The evolvement of an eco-system: the case of life science in Northern Netherlands

Dwarshuis & Belousova

Exploring the role of the individual within entrepreneurial ecosystem theory

12:15-13:00

Lunch

13:00-14:00

Keynote

Prof. David Langley

Topic

Session 4: Renewal and resilience

Session 5: Entrepreneurial marketing

Session 6: Entrepreneurial university

14:00-15:30

Bodewes, Jones, Tynan

How does entrepreneurial leadership practice affect organisational growth, especially in technology-focused organisations making the transition from start-up to scale-up?

de Weerd-Nederhof, Caniels, Hatak and Kuijpers

Individual resilience and innovative work behaviour after personal trauma

Hargudkar, Belousova & Groen

The Five Dimensions of Socioemotional Wealth as Antecedents of Strategic Renewal

Nohutlu, Englis, Groen & Constantinides

Extrinsic and intrinsic customer motives for participation in co-creation activities in online communities: a taxonomy

Hulst & Frederiks

The Determinants of Blockchain Technology Adoption by Entrepreneurs: The Role of Regulatory Uncertainty

Kolychev & Strikhanov

Assessment of Nuclear university strategic potential based on key performance indicators system for effectiveness increasing based on industrial development program

Witt Haddad Carraro & Oberson de Souza

Designing an Observatory of Entrepreneurship and Innovation for Universities

Giuria & Baur

Internationalization and Entrepreneurial Universities: The

Case of the Erasmus+ Project LISTO

15:30-16:00

Coffee

16:00-17:30

Panel discussion “Blockchain: opportunities and implications for high-tech entrepreneurs”

(1) Aman Sharma (IBM)

(2) Prof. David Langley (TNO/UG)

(3) Freek Dekker (UG, Private investor)

Moderator: dr. Arjan Frederiks:

17:30-18:30

Travel / break

18:30—22:00

Reception and Dinner – Oude GasFabriek

THURSDAY

When

What

Who

Comment

8:30-9:00

Registration

9:00-10:00

Opening keynote

Janet Bumpas & Afroditi Terzi

10:00-10:30

Coffee

Topic

Session 7 Internationalization

Session 8 Entrepreneurial learning

Session 9: Young researcher track

10:30-12:00

Costa, Fredericks, Englis, Englis & Groen

Globalists, incre-menttalists and localists: looking inside the entrepreneurial mindset to see what triggers action

Martina, Wakkee, & Mauer
When your world is an island: Social networks and decision-making in international entrepreneurship

Bhutiani, Kumar & Nair

Success of family businesses expanding internationally: impact of founder’s beliefs

Fleury, dos Reis Farina & Bento Silva

A comparison between two hypothesis-driven entrepreneurship educational approaches.

Wang & McGowan

Effects of project-based activities on the entrepreneurial career choice of SET students: a follow-up study in China

Sheridan

Entrepreneurial Learning in Owner Networks

Koopman

Measuring the Support of Entrepreneurial Soft Skills

Hattenberg, Belousova & Groen

Organisational Conditions Stimulating the Entrepreneurial Mindset

12:00-13:00

Lunch

Topic

Session 10

Entrepreneurial intentions

Session 11

Social and Sustainable entrepreneurship

13:00-14:30

Mutlutürk,

Kör & Wakkee

The Development of Entrepreneurial Intention amongst University Students: The Influence of Individual and Contextual Factors

Assmann Lima Individualism, entrepreneurship and culture

Jie, Harms, Groen

Substantive and dynamic capability, and firm's international performance: Analysis on Chinese international new ventures

Belousova, Groen & Ouendag

Uncertainty and time pressure in knowledge-intensive healthcare entrepreneurship

Ulrika Persson-Fischier How can entrepreneurship contribute to sustainability?

Koers, Englis & Groen

Balancing the economic and social mission within social enterprises

14:30-14:45

Coffee

14:45-16:30

Panel discussion

“Healthcare entrepreneurship: New opportunities for rare diseases?”

Speakers

(1) Mike De Leeuw

(2) Annoesjka Novak

(3) Lex van der Heijden

Moderator: Jan Sikkema

16:30-17:00

Closing / Awards / thank you gifts

Prof. Aard Groen, Prof. Peter van der Sijde, Prof. Gary Cook

17:00 – 18:30

Closing reception

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