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Time: 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Venue: Room 3035, Kingston Business School, Kingston Hill campus, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey
Speaker(s): Prof. Martina Battisti
This seminar will provide the findings of a comprehensive literature review covering the period 1994-2016 and discuss the theoretical and methodological advances we have made towards explaining small business growth. The seminar will further propose a configurational approach using longitudinal data from New Zealand to overcome some of the limitations associated with previous research.
About the speaker
Martina Battisti is a Professor of Small Business and Entrepreneurship at Portsmouth University Business School, having previously led the New Zealand Centre for SME Research at Massey University. She is also currently Visiting Professor at Innsbruck University, Austria.
Martina has undertaken commissioned research and consultancy for a number of government agencies around the world including the OECD. From 2007 to 2011, she has led, the first longitudinal survey of SMEs in New Zealand which has created a body of theoretical knowledge with implications for policy and practice. Martina is currently Co-Editor of the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research. In the past she served on the board of the International Council of Small Business (ICSB), the Small Enterprise Association Australia and New Zealand (SEAANZ) as well as a number of government advisory boards.
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Contact: Dr. Hang Do
Directions to Room 3035, Kingston Business School, Kingston Hill campus, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey:
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