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Monday 22 June 2020 Dr Mariana Estrada-Robles and Professor Nick Williams Mariana Estrada Robles is an early career researcher in the field of entrepreneurship and family business. Her research interests include studying the influence of family dynamics and institutional context in entrepreneurial families. Nick Williams is Professor of Entrepreneurship. His research mainly focuses on entrepreneurship and economic development, and he…
Dr Richard Tunstall, Associate Professor in Enterprise Education, is pleased to confirm that he has been successfully elected by constituent university members in his bid to join the Board of Enterprise Educators UK from 1 August 2020 for a 3 year term.  Previously Prof Sarah Underwood (Director of CEPE) and Brian Baille (InTechnology Incubator Programme…
    This report was prepared by Professor Diane Holt, consultant, for the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Division for Sustainable Development Goals. The views expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the United Nations. Across the world the creation of micro, small…
Refugees are well placed to cope in a crisis situation, they have already lived through one. As part of a BA/LV funded project, Dr Deema Refai and her collaborators Dr John Lever and Dr Radi Haloub conducted a webinar on ‘Refugee and migrant Entrepreneurship During Covid-19’.  The webinar was hosted by CEES and included a…
Researchers have been awarded funding of £290,000 to examine how high-growth entrepreneurial firms, which are critical to the success of the UK economy, are responding to the crisis. The grant is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) as part of UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) rapid response to Covid-19. The project is being…