From April 26- May 3 we will have Professor Peter Rosa (University of Edinburgh) visiting JIBS/CeFEO.
During his time here he will give a research seminar entitled:
"The African Entrepreneurship Paradox: So Entrepreneurial yet so Unproductive?"
Date: April 27
Place: Board Room, Floor 7
The seminar critically reviews a prevalent view that despite high rates of entreprenurial activity in sub-Saharan African countries and the emergence of some influential and rich family businesses, the quality of entrepreneurship remains low and unproductive, and has made a minimal contribution to the significant recent growth of some countries.
Peter Rosa is in the Examining Committee at PhD Candidate Naveed Akhters dissertation defence, April 29, 2016.
Entrepreneurship and economic development, particularly in the context of developing economies (Uganda, Sri Lanka)
Entrepreneurship and the black economy in Africa
Habitual entrepreneurship and the formation of business groups
Female entrepreneurship particularly the supply of female academic entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurship and family businesses