Paper Presentations

Wednesday 1 August: Paper Presentations

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SEM 2 (Room 932) 08.00 – 08:55
Registration Floor 3
SEM 1 (Room 933)

 

09:00 – 09:10

Welcome and Conference Overview
Dr. Siriwan Ratanakarn, Vice President for International Affairs, Bangkok University
Asst. Prof. Dr. Ulrike Guelich, Conference Director

 

09:10 – 09:20

About the Diana Project
Amanda Elam, Babson College

 

09:20 – 09:45

Women Entrepreneurship in ASEAN
Asst. Prof. Dr. Ulrike Guelich, BUSEM

 

 09:45 - 10:00
  Refreshment Break Floor 3
 

TRACK: WELL-BEING
(Chair: Nawangpalupi)

Shetty Datta, Fitzsimmons, Khan   Women entrepreneurs and their subjective well-being: The effects of social comparison orientation

Sullivan, Bendell    An exploration of gender and culture relative to the career expectations of entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs

Murphy, Shaffer  
A model of women entrepreneurs’ well-being

Firoz   
Mumpreneurs’ well-being: The 3D model 

10:00 – 11:40

TRACK: INSTITUTIONAL FACTORS FOR GROWTH
(Chair: Manolova)

Hai, van Haeringen   Entrepreneurship in unlikely places? Women maneuvering institutional voids in less developed countries

Cuifang Lim, Suseno, He   Women’s entrepreneurship in Singapore: Unpacking the interactions between culture, gender and entrepreneurship

Knox, Bressers, Mohlakoana, de Groot   Aspirations to grow: When micro- and informal enterprises in the street food sector speak for themselves

Itani   What does success really mean? The case of women tech-entrepreneurs in Lebanon

  11:40 – 13:00
LUNCH Floor 3
 

TRACK: IMMIGRANT WOMEN (Chair: Bullough)

Chreim, Spence, Crick, Liao   Female immigrant entrepreneurs’ business endeavors: A comprehensive literature review and synthesis

 

Ngaosong, Kimbu, Daniel   Collaborative learning networks for empowering women entrepreneurs in African countries

Vickerie   The resource-based view and entrepreneurship capital in emerging economies

13:00 – 14:15

TRACK: RELIGION AND CULTURE (Chair: Elam)

Schwab, Novani, Putro, Mayangsari, Fauzi, Anggahegari, Rashid, Pawitan, Nawangpalupi, Widyarini   Status and trends in woman entrepreneurship in Indonesia: An empirical investigation based on Global Entrepreneurship Monitor data

Nikaido, Pais   Women owning small firms in India: Analysing social and cultural diversity

Borquist, de Bruin   Women and social entrepreneurship: The role of values in women’s empowerment

  14:15 - 14:30
Refreshment Break Floor 3
 

TRACK: PERSONALITY TRAITS (Chair: Murphy)

Premarathne WG, Dharmadasa MPP   Strategic orientation of small business entrepreneurs: A case of female entrepreneurs in indigenous medicine sector in Sri Lanka

Kawai, Kazumi   Entrepreneurs’ cognitive attributes and the performance of women-owned businesses in Japan: The role of legitimacy

Schwab, Novani, Putro, Mayangsari, Fauzi, Anggahegari, Rashid, Pawitan, Nawangpalupi, Widyarini   Self-efficacy of women entrepreneurs: Effects of culture, religion and regional environments in Indonesia, 2013 - 2017

14:30 – 15:45

TRACK: FAMILY BUSINESS (Chair: de Bruin)

Nawangpalupi, Camelia, Pawitan, Schwab, Novani  
The effect of gender on the entrepreneurship discontinuanced: Determinant reason of female for quitting business in Indonesia

Manolova, Brush, Edelman   Female succession in family firms: The effect of family business practices and national cultural values

Mitra, Byrne   A life perspective on women social entrepreneurs: Three exploratory cases from India

  15:45 - 16:00
Refreshment Break Floor 3
 

BEST EMPIRICAL PAPERS (Chair:  Guelich)

Bendell, Sullivan, Marvel   Does entrepreneurial self-leadership play a role in improving intellectual property outcomes – a gender-aware framework?

Schjoedt, Fitzsimmons, Shetty Datta, Sangboon   Emirati women entrepreneurs: the effects of work and family on life satisfaction

16:00 – 17:00

BEST CONCEPTUAL PAPERS (Chair: Achtzehn)

Byrne, Bullough, Shantz   Build me up! Rebuilding victims’ shattered assumptions through entrepreneurship Education

 

Shankar, Elam, Mc Conagle Glinski   Building the evidence base for women’s entrepreneurship in the clean energy sector: A literature review