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Dear colleagues,


We would like to draw your attention to the AOM-PDW titled “Exploring synergy between international entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship for research and teaching,” which is scheduled on Aug 5 2016 from 10:15AM to 12:15PM, in room 203A at the Anaheim Convention Center.


The following are the panel members.


Lei Li, PhD (Presenter, Organizer and Chair)

Associate Professor in international business

Nottingham University Business School China

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Gary Knight, PhD (Presenter and Moderator)

Professor of Global Management

Helen Jackson Chair of International Management

Atkinson Graduate School of Management

Willamette University

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Professor Susan Marlow FRSA (Presenter and Moderator)

Queens Award for Enterprise

Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The University of Nottingham

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There are three key objectives set for the workshop.


The first is for the panel to give a review of the development of international entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship in terms of both research and teaching. The second is to present an ongoing research project on born-global social enterprises as an example of integrating international entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship. The third is to engage the participants to share and explore innovative approaches for research and teaching in international/social entrepreneurship.


The PDW agenda is as follows:


1.       Social enterprise, social entrepreneurship and the international context: Introduction and an exploratory framework (Lei Li) (15 min)

2.       International entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship: Review and Reflection (Gary Knight) (15 min)

3.       Entrepreneurship: Social and gender issues in the international context (Susan Marlow) (15 min)

4.       Q & A (15 min)

5.       Breakout discussion (moderators gathering key points) (30 min)

6.       Open discussion and conclusion (Lei Li as the facilitator) (30 min)


If you are interested in attending the workshop, please contact Lei Li, [log in to unmask].


Depending on the number of participants, we may need more moderators for breakout discussion.


Please indicate if you are willing to serve as a moderator for breakout discussion if needed.


Thank you for your attention.


We are looking forward to meeting you and learning about your research and insights in the area of (international) social entrepreneurship.


Best wishes!



Lei Li, PhD
Associate Dean of Faculty
Associate Professor of International Business
Nottingham University Business School China
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PR China
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