On April 21, EGADE Business School held an interinstitutional research seminar, organized by the Anahuac University and EGADE Business School Departments of Economics and Business. Six research professors from the Research Group on Strategic Approach in Entrepreneurship and Leadership, four PhD students in Administrative Sciences (DCA) from EGADE Business School, and 14 researchers—including professors and PhD students from the Anahuac University—took part in the seminar.
Some twenty researchers from EGADE Business School and the Anahuac University took part in a research seminar where they discussed entrepreneurship topics, such as social entrepreneurship, education for entrepreneurship, and the relevance of family businesses and their entrepreneurial dynamics.
Coordinated by Dr. José Ernesto Amorós, the leader of the Research in Entrepreneurship and Leadership Group and the leader of the National Doctorate Programs, this first meeting was to share the research topics about entrepreneurship and family businesses that both institutions are working on.
Dr. Guillermo Larios, the coordinator of Research and Training Programs in Entrepreneurship at the Anahuac University, noted that, “These meetings give us the opportunity to share both research groups’ experience and knowledge, which can be very positive for the development of future research.”
Meanwhile, Dr. Amorós stated that, “Interinstitutional collaboration is becoming more and more relevant, especially in research, which creates possible synergies in collaboration among researchers and in more-institutional aspects such as joint research projects.”
The topics discussed were mainly related to the areas that complement each other in research on entrepreneurship, such as social entrepreneurship, education for entrepreneurship, and the relevance of family businesses and their entrepreneurial dynamics. A series of points was designed to move forward on joint projects, and agreements were set for future seminars.
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