Women are grossly underrepresented in entrepreneurship, and each year the opportunity to develop millions of jobs in new ventures, globally, is lost due to this gap. One reason for this underrepresentation may be what psychologists term identity threat - a situation where an individual feels at risk of conforming to negative stereotypes about the social group to which they belong - which can serve as a psychological barrier.
Does a scientific approach to business experimentation affect startups' performance? What is the effect of extending the use of a scientific approach on team validation?
Does the participation in co-innovation training activities positively influence academic researchers’ and industry participants’ intentions to engage in university-industry co-innovation projects? How do intentions translate into direct engagement in university-industry co-innovation projects?
The High Impact Entrepreneurship Program aims to provide support to Mexican SMEs through a matching grant scheme to support their development and increase their capabilities to succeed.
A voucher programme for SMEs in Denmark. Results forthcoming.
This experiment in Colombia will test the impact of a business training programme. Results forthcoming.
An encouragement design experiment involving an entrepreneurship reality tv programme and website with business training materials. Results forthcoming.
Evaluation comparing the impact of a managerial consulting program with training on export business models in Córdoba, Argentina. Results forthcoming.
Effects of relative pay on effort and labour supply are being examined in the context of an Indian manufacturing plant where co-workers' wages are exogenously varied. Results forthcoming.
Examines the effectiveness of a specific management production routine relying on knowledge transfer of managers in a Bangladeshi garment factory. Results forthcoming.