Séminaire des nouveaux professeurs - Peter Jaskiewicz

Le jeudi 30 mars 2017, de 12 h à 13 h

Cet événement se déroulera en anglais seulement.

Le bureau de la recherche de l’École de gestion Telfer a créé cette série de séminaires dans le but de mettre en valeur ses nouveaux professeurs. C’est une excellente opportunité pour les professeurs, les étudiants et les membres de la communauté de venir rencontrer nos professeurs et d’en apprendre davantage sur leurs programmes de recherche.

Joignez-vous à nous pour assister à une présentation de Peter Jaskiewicz : When and where do children of entrepreneurial business owners become entrepreneurial?

Entrepreneurial legacies are rhetorical reconstructions of past entrepreneurial achievements or resilience. Research shows that entrepreneurial legacies motivate successors to engage in entrepreneurship, but does not explain their effects on “bypassed siblings”. We develop theory on entrepreneurial exaptation – the extent to which entrepreneurial capabilities developed in one context are applied in others. From qualitative data on 13 German winery-owning families, we theorize that when families are highly cohesive but rigid, entrepreneurial legacies encourage local entrepreneurial exaptation, but when families have moderate cohesion and flexibility, entrepreneurial legacies encourage distant entrepreneurial exaptation. Our findings, however, do not apply to female bypassed siblings due to a historically grounded gender bias. A key implication is that the historical stories business families tell encourages entrepreneurship even among bypassed siblings.

Un dîner léger sera servi.

 


Date :
Le jeudi 30 mars 2017
Heure :
de 12 h à 13 h
Lieu :
École de gestion Telfer
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170
55, avenue Laurier Est
Ottawa (Ontario) K1N 6N5
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À propos du conférencier

Peter conducts quantitative and qualitative research on family business and entrepreneurship. His current research interests involve transgenerational entrepreneurship, family entrepreneurship, and corporate governance in founder and family firms.

His research has been published in journals such as Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Management, Journal of Business Venturing, Academy of Management Learning and Education, Academy of Management Annals, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Family Business Review, Journal of Small Business Management, and Journal of Business Research.

Peter’s research findings have been featured in the media by Bloomberg, MacLean’s Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Fox Business, USA News, the Reputation Magazine, The Academic Minute, Campbden FB, etc.

He is also regularly invited to speak at practitioner conferences and in executive education programs about topics such as transgenerational entrepreneurship, business owner legacy, family firm performance, and executive compensation in founder and family firms.

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