Social crowdfunding: new perspectives on social entrepreneurship in developing countries
This article focuses on crowdfunding investment in projects initiated by social entrepreneurs in developing countries in order to enhance the likelihood of those projects’ success in developing countries.
"New forms of work and organizational modalities": track convenor (with S. Boutillier) at RNI CONGRESS – innovation Forum VIII "New organizational modes for innovation processes" (Nimes, France)
De l'audace à l'ouverture au changement des étudiants en école de commerce: une approche de l'intention entrepreneuriale par les valeurs personnelles
The present work seeks to highlight the impact of personal values and especially the openness to change of Business School students on the development of entrepreneurial intent. A study of 273 students pursuing a Bachelor and Master program within a Business School was conducted.
Dynamiques organisationnelles, modes de gestion et institutionnalisation des tiers-lieux
How Consultants Can Shape Project Outcomes Before Things Get Started: The Role of Fit Between Offer Positioning and Contextual Factors for Project Performance
Knowing communities and the innovative capacity of cities
The aim of this paper is to emphasize the role that actors outside firms, especially communities, play in facilitating both the local and the global knowledge dynamics, thus contributing to the innovative and creative capacity of cities.