Deadline: 30 April 2015 - 12:00am
Dates: 9 - 10 September 2015
Where: Delft, Netherlands
Venue: Delft University of Technology
We invite papers for the ESRC seminar ‘Entrepreneurial Neighbourhoods’, to be held on 9-10 September, 2015 at Delft University of Technology.
In this seminar we are interested in theoretical and empirical insights into the importance of the neighbourhood (scale) and social networks for entrepreneurship, the rise and meaning of community-based social enterprise and its relation with the ‘civic economy’, as well as the role of social capital and changing business networks of entrepreneurs located in residential neighbourhoods. Papers will be invited that present theoretical considerations or empirical research on the community- and/or neighbourhood context of entrepreneurship.
Confirmed Speakers are:
Erik Stam (University of Utrecht, School of Economics & Utrecht Center for Entrepreneurship)
Martin Andersson (Lund University, CIRCLE)
Beate Völker (University of Amsterdam, Department of Sociology)
Joost Beunderman (00 – Civic Systems Lab, London)
Marianne Beers (University of Amsterdam, Department of Human Geography and Spatial Planning)
Nick Bailey (University of Westminster, Faculty of Architecture & the Built Environment)
James DeFilippis (Rutgers University, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy)
Reinout Kleinhans (Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture & the Built Environment)
Steve Clare (Locality, London)
There are limited numbers of slots for paper presentations available. We particularly encourage early- career researchers and PhD-students to submit papers. The organisers will make a selection from the submitted abstracts.