Inaugural Lecture - Professor Wilfred Dolfsma
About this event
The commonly held heroic view of the entrepreneur is an innovator who singlehandedly develops a new product and starts a new firm, in order to sell successfully to a market.
However, this view is a false one. Innovators and entrepreneurs must cooperate to succeed.
In particular, it is important to consider the structure, type and content of these connections when analysing the success of entrepreneurial activity.
In his lecture, Professor Dolfsma looks at the next research frontier in studies of innovation and entrepreneurship - what patterns currently exist and how can these be changed for firms to become more effective and successful?
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