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.
Big data for big pharma – Harmonizing business process management to enhance ambidexterity
Big pharma, the most important companies of the pharmaceutical sector, are ambidextrous organizations by their own nature. Big data can influence very strongly this characteristic, requiring at the same time adequate business process management.
Knowledge creation and social entrepreneurship
Comment "Benjamin Button" … lutte contre le temps? Effet de la tendance au rajeunissement sur la formation de l’intention entrepreneuriale chez les personnes âgées
Fostering entrepreneurial intentions in disabled men and women: Investigating the roles of alertness and perceived health
“Cruel Intention” or “Entrepreneurship Intention”: What did you expect? An overview of the Entrepreneurship Intention research field - an interaction perspective
During the past 20 years, many studies have been conducted in various contexts on entrepreneurial intent and behavior (Krueger N.F, Carsrud A.L, 1993, Kolvereid, 1996, Linan, 2008; Linan andchen 2009; Linan and Al.