This research program involves a group of researchers and research students who study entrepreneurial activity in established organizations as well as how it compares to independent entrepreneurship.
Major topic includes established organizations' ability to simultaneously explore new opportunities and optimize exploitation of established business activities; what type of opportunities are best discovered and exploited, respectively, by new vs. established firms; how new economic activities are transferred between corporate and independent business contexts, and entrepreneurial growth of established, small and medium-sized firms. Smaller projects and collaboration based on projects conducted elsewhere supplement the ARC-funded, international-collaborative DEEO project, which is a core project within this program.
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