DEV's Nitya Rao co-organising an event with the NBS on Gender and Entrepreneurship
Professor Nitya Rao of the School of International Development is working with the Norwich Business School to organise a one-day event, that aims to enhance the quality and quantity of gender and entrepreneurship research undertaken in developing economies.
'Innovating Impact: Enhancing Gender and Entrepreneurship Research Excellence in Developing Economies' will take place on the 12th May 2014 (between 10.30am and 6.30pm) in the Thomas Paine Study Centre, room 0.1.
The day’s programme has been carefully constructed and will benefit established academics, doctoral students and early career researchers based at institutions in developing countries, as well as those operating in the UK and Europe. The keynote speakers are Professor Friederike Welter, Professor Susan Marlow, Professor Nitya Rao, and Dr Haya Al-Dajani.
The workshop is part of a GEN series of events co-sponsored by the Society for the Advancement of Management Studies (SAMS), and will focus on the fundamental theoretical underpinnings of both gender and development, and gender and entrepreneurship. This event is well suited to scholars seeking to get established within the field of gender, entrepreneurship and development, who want to build a network of professional contacts and to produce high quality research of impact that will be published in reputable journals.
A limited number of free places are available for Doctoral and Early Career Researchers thanks to SAMS funding.
Registration: Please contact Lorraine Reese - email@example.com - for further information, registration and an application form. Deadline for registration and applications for free places is April 28th, 2014.
Fees: £75 ISBE members / £95 non-members.
Networking dinner, 12th May: £35.