Conference Programme Conference on National Systems of Entrepreneurship Mannheim 20-21, November 2014

Conference on National Systems of Entrepreneurship
Mannheim 20-21, November 2014
Conference Venue:
Conference Programme
ZEW
68161 Mannheim
L7,1
[email protected]
Thursday, November 20
09:00-09:45
Registration
09:45-10:00
Welcome
Room Luxemburg
Georg Licht (ZEW & MaCCI, Mannheim, DE)
10:00-11:00
PLENARY SESSION A
Chair: Georg Licht (ZEW & MaCCI, Mannheim, DE)
Room Luxemburg
Title will be announced later
Maryann Feldma Scott Stern (MIT Sloan School, Boston, US)
11:00-11:15
Coffee Break
11:15-13:15
PARALLEL SESSIONS I (see below for details)
13:15-14:15
Lunch Break
14:15-16.15
PARALLEL SESSIONS II (see below for details)
16.15-16:40
Coffee Break
16:40-17:40
PLENARY SESSION B
Chair: N.N
Title will be announced later
Maryann Feldma David Audretsch (Indiana University, Bloomington, US)
18.45
Meeting at ZEW Entrance Hall
19:00
19:15
Walking to Conference Dinner at Rheinterassen, Mannheim
Conference Dinner at Rheinterassen, Mannheim
Room Luxemburg
Friday, November 21
09:00-11.00
PARALLEL SESSIONS III (see below for details)
11:00-11:30
Coffee Break
11:30-12:30
PLENARY SESSION C
Chair: N.N
Room Luxemburg
Title will be announced later
Philip McCann (University of Gronigen, Groningen, NL)
12:30-13:30
Lunch Break
13:30-14:50
PARALLEL SESSIONS IV (see below for details)
14.50-15:10
Coffee Break
15:10-16:10
PLENARY SESSION D
Chair: N.N
Room Luxemburg
Looking for Growth in all the Wrong Places: The Continued Search for the Solow Residual
Zoltan Acs (George Mason University, Fairfax/Virginia, US)
16:10-16:25
Closing Remarks
Georg Licht (ZEW & MaCCI, Mannheim, DE)
16:25
FAREWELL DRINKS AND PRETZELS
Optional:
Evening trip to Heidelberg
Room Luxemburg
PARALLEL SESSIONS
PARALLEL SESSIONS I
11:15-13.15
Room 1
Thursday, 20.11.2014
Room 2
Session I A: Dynamics
Session I B: Framework Conditions
Chair: N.N
Chair: N.N
The Dynamics of Employment Growth. Evidence from 18 Countries
Chiara Criscuolo (OECD, Paris, FR),
Peter N. Gal (OECD, Paris, FR) and
Carlo Menon (OECD, Paris, FR)
Public-Sector Entrepreneurship and the Creation of a Sustainable Innovative Economy
Dennis Leyden (The University of North Carolina, Greensboro, US),
Discussant: N.N
Discussant: N.N
Entry and Exit, productivity Growth and Severe Recessions: What can be learned from 2008
Portuguese Financial Crisis?
Carlos Carreira (University of Coimbra, Coimbra, PT) and
Paulino Teixeira (University of Coimbra, Coimbra, PT& IZA, DE)
Discussant: N.N
Judicial Delay and Firms’ Defaults
Greta Falavigna (CNR – Ceris, Torino, IT),
Roberto Ippoliti (Italian National School of Public Administration and Presidency of the
Council of Ministers, Rome, IT),
Alessandro Melcarne (IEL, Univeristy of Torino, Torino, IT) and
Giovanni B. Ramello (University of Eastern Piedmont, POLIS, Alessandria, IT)
Discussant: N.N
Evidence of Entrepreneurship Systems Dynamics: A Multi-Country Study
Sandra Schillo (Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, CA),
Ajax Persaud (Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, CA) and
Meng Jin (Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, CA)
SME Participation and Success in Public Procurement
Johan Stake (Södertörn University, Stockholm, SE)
Discussant: N.N
Discussant: N.N
Coffee Break
PARALLEL SESSIONS II
14:15-16.15
Room 1
Thursday, 20.11.2014
Room 2
Session II A: Entrepreneurial Opportunities
Session II B: Entrepreneurial Opportunities
Chair: N.N
Chair: N.N
Entrepreneurship and Country Level Innovation: Investigating the Role of Entrepreneurial
Opportunities
Matthias Mrozewski (Technical University, Berlin, DE) and
Jan Kratzer (Technical University, Berlin DE)
You Can Lead a Firm to R&D but Can You Make it Innovate? UK Evidence from SMEs
Marc Cowling (Brighton Business School, Brighton, UK)
Discussant: N.N
Discussant: N.N
Freedom and Entrepreneurship. A Panel and Country Analysis
Erik Lehmann (University of Augsburg, DE)
Nicolaus Seitz (University of Augsburg, DE)
Discussant: N.N
Does Local Human Capital Boost the Exploitation of University Knowledge Spillovers by
Prospective Entrepreneurs?
The Case of the Creation of Innovative Companies in Italy
Niccolo Ghio (Polytechnic University of Milan, Milan, IT),
Massimiliano Guerini (University of Pisa, Pisa, IT) and
Cristina Rossi-Lamastra (Polytechnic University of Milan, Milan, IT)
Discussant: N.N
Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Old Wine in New Bottles?
Erik Stam (Utrecht University School of Economics, NL) and
Peter Vogel (Institute of Technology Management, University of St. Gallen, CH)
Young Innovative Companies: High Performers Also in the Transition Economies? Evidence from Vietnam
Enrico Santarelli (University of Bologna, Bologna, IT) and
Hien Thu Tran (University of Bologna, Bologna, IT)
Discussant: N.N
Discussant: N.N
Coffee Break
PARALLEL SESSIONS III
9:00-11:00
Room 1
Friday, 21.11.2014
Room 2
Session III A: Financing
Session III B: Spatial Aspects
Chair: N.N
Chair: N.N
Information Cascades among Investors in Equity Crowdfunding
Silvio Vismara (University of Bergamo, Bergamo, IT)
Is Job Creation dependent on the Local Context? An Analysis of French Industrial Establishments over the Period 2004-2010
Nadine Levratto (EconomiX, University of Paris Ouest &
Centre d'Etudes de l'Emploi (CEE), Noisy-le-Grand &Kedge Business School, Talence, FR)
and
Aziza Garsaa (EconomiX, University of Paris Ouest& University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris, Fr)
Discussant: N.N
Discussant: N.N
Public Seed-Funding for Academic Spin-offs: Impact Analysis with entropy balancing
Mark Ayoub (Johannes Kepler University, Linz , AT) and
Sandra Gottschalk (ZEW, Mannheim, DE)
Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Cities- Establishing the Framework Conditions
David B. Audretsch (Indiana University, Bloomington, US) and
Maksim Belitski (Henley Business School, University of Reading, Reading, UK)
Discussant: N.N
Discussant: N.N
Entrepreneurship Policy and Firm Performance Chile´s CORFO Seed Capital Program
Lucas Navarro (Inter-American Development Bank, Washington D.C., US & ILADESUniversidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago, CL)
Exploring the Spatial Heterogeneity of Entrepreneurship in Chinese Manufacturing Industries
Xibao Li (Tsinghua University, Beijing, CN)
Discussant: N.N
Discussant: N.N
Coffee Break
PARALLEL SESSIONS IV
13:30-14:50
Room 1
Friday, 21.11.2014
Room 2
Session IV A: Migration
Session IV B: Entrepreneurship
Chair: N.N
Chair: N.N
Immigration, Business Ownership and Job Creation in Canada
David Green (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CA),
Huju Liu (Statistics Canada, Ottawa, CA),
Yuri Ostrovsky (Statistics Canada, Ottawa, CA) and
Garnett Picot (Statistics Canada, Ottawa & Citizenship and Immigration, Toronto, CA)
Hart Facts or Soft Insights? Fact-Based and Participative Approaches to Entrepreneurship
Ecosystems Policy Analysis of Management
Erkko Autio (Imperial College Business School, London, UK) and
Jonathan Levie (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK)
Discussant: N.N
Discussant: N.N
Entrepreneurship and Immigration: Evidence from GEM Luxembourg
Chiara Peroni (STATEC, Luxembourg, LU)
Cesare Riillo (STATEC, Luxembourg, LU) and
Francesco Sarracino (STATEC, Luxembourg, LU & LCSR, Moscow, Russia & GESIS – Leibniz
Institute for the Social Sciences, Mannheim/Cologne, DE)
A Framework for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Policy
Discussant: N.N
Discussant: N.N
Pontus Braunerhjelm (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, SE) and
Magnus Henrekson (Research Institute of Industrial Economics, Stockholm, SE)
Coffee Break
*Presenting authors in bold
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