Saulo Dubard Barbosa is also interested in how entrepreneurship can be a vehicle for community development, emancipation, and sustainability. This is particularly illustrated in the context of transition towns, where bottom-up initiatives emerge through collective and grassroots organizing. He will take a sabbatical during the year 2019-2020 in order to conduct an ethnographic study in Totnes, UK, and study the emergence and development of the transition towns’ movement.
- Lisa Hehenberger from ESADE presents a projects on social impact investing - September 8, 2020
- New members at the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research Center - September 1, 2020
- Karine Raies presents a project on New Venture Management Teams (NVT) : The effects of composition and interactions on performance - June 23, 2020