Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Ivey Business School
My research addresses gender in the context of entrepreneurship and family business, as well as entrepreneurship education, and social entrepreneurship. I specialize in qualitative methodologies, privileging case studies and narrative approaches.
- Byrne, J., Radu-Lefebvre, M., Fattoum, S., & Balachandra, L. (2019). Gender Gymnastics in CEO succession: Masculinities, Femininities and Legitimacy. Organization Studies.
- Byrne, J., Fattoum, S. and Diaz Garcia, M.C., (2019). Role models and women entrepreneurs: Entrepreneurial superwoman has her say. Journal of Small Business Management, 57(1), pp.154-184.
- Jarrodi, H., Byrne, J. and Bureau, S., (2019). A political ideology lens on social entrepreneurship motivations. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 31(7-8), pp.583-604.
Gender and entrepreneurship/family business; intersectionality; accelerators and support mechanisms for minority entrepreneurs
Qualitative research : case study; narrative and discourse analysis
Academy of Management Learning and Education: Editorial board since 2016