The results of the 3rd stage of the project

As part of the realization of the third stage of the project “The Antecedents of Students' Entrepreneurial Activity: an Institutional Approach” several areas of student entrepreneurship research have been studied. Particular attention was paid to the role of the university and entrepreneurial learning in shaping the entrepreneurial activity of students, the role of context and family in the development of student entrepreneurship, gender differences and the transition of students from entrepreneurial intentions to actions for creating a business.

The obtained results were presented at international conferences, introduced in the educational process and reflected in research publications.

 

 

Brief description of work performed:

 

 

1. International research seminar (based on the order “On the organization and conduction of the research seminar ‘The Antecedents of Students’ Entrepreneurial Activity: an Institutional Approach’” from 13.11.16 № 9309/1)

 

 

2. Presentations at international conferences

 

(1) United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) 2016, 7-11 January, San Diego, USA.

The papers: 1. “Cultural contingencies in intention-behavior translation in student entrepreneurship: Do they matter?” (Osiyevskyy O., Bogatyreva K., Shirokova G.); 2. “The moderating role of national culture in the relationship between university offerings and students’ start-up activities: An embeddedness perspective” (Shirokova G., Tsukanova T., Morris M.).

 

(2) UNESCO Conference on Rethinking and Foresight in the Iranian Teaching and Learning System, in View of the Rapid Contemporary Global Changes, 22-23 February 2016, Tehran, Iran.

The paper: “The moderating role of national culture in the relationship between university offerings and student start-up activities: An embeddedness perspective” (Shirokova G., Tsukanova T., Morris M.)

 

(3) The roundtable “Entrepreneurial education in institutions of higher and secondary vocational education - the time challenge”, Far Eastern Regional Training Center of Higher Professional Education (DV RUMTS), The School of Economics and Management (Far Eastern Federal University) and the interregional public organization “Association of FEFU graduates”, Vladivostok, 14 April 2016.

The paper: “The role of the university in the formation of students’ entrepreneurial activity: The moderating effect of national culture” (Shirokova G., Tsukanova T., Morris M.)

 

(4) 4th Effectuation conference 2016, 5-7 June, Bodo, Norway.

The paper: “Effectuation, causation and new venture performance: The moderating role of national culture” (Laskovaia A., Morris M., Shirokova G.).

 

(5) Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC) 2016, 8-11 June, Bodo, Norway.

The paper: “Women nascent entrepreneurs in ecosystems: The Importance of university and family” (Edelman L., Manolova T., Shirokova G., Tsukanova T.).

 

(6) International Council for Small Business World Conference (ICSB) 2016, 15-18 June, New York, USA.

The paper: “Intention-behavior translation in student entrepreneurship: An institutional perspective” (Bogatyreva K., Shirokova G., Osiyevskyy O.).

 

(7) Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM) 2016, 5-9 August, Anaheim, USA.

The papers: 1. “Student entrepreneurship in emerging markets: Can family help overcome the institutional voids” (Edelman L., Manolova T., Shirokova G., Tsukanova T.); 2. “Effectuation, causation and new venture performance: The moderating role of national culture” (Laskovaia A., Shirokova G.).

 

(8) International Research Conference “GSOM Emerging Markets Conference-2016”, 6-8 October, St. Petersburg, Russia.

The papers: 1. “The interactive effects of venture cognitive logic and institutional environment on venture performance” (Shirokova G., Laskovaia A., Osiyevskyy O.); 2. “”The role of formal institutions in intention-behavior translation: The case of student entrepreneurship” (Bogatyreva K., Shirokova G., Osiyevskyy O.). 

 

 

(9) I International scientific conference “Entrepreneurship and innovations at the Asia-Pacific markets”, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, 15 November 2016.

The paper: “Student entrepreneurship in emerging markets: Can family help overcome the institutional voids?” (Edelman L., Manolova T., Shirokova G., Tsukanova T.)

 

(10) International conference “Education for Future Entrepreneurs: Formation and development of professional entrepreneurial competencies”, Center for Entrepreneurship, with the support of the National Association of Entrepreneurship Education (RAOP), 17-18 November 2016, Moscow, Russia.

The paper: “The role of the university in the formation of students’ entrepreneurial activity: The moderating effect of national culture” (Shirokova G., Tsukanova T., Morris M.).

 

(11) XXX Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business (RENT) Conference, 2016, 16-18 November, Antwerpen, Belgium.

Papers: 1. “The venture cognitive logic-performance link in different institutional environments” (Shirokova G., Laskovaia A., Morris M., Osiyevskyy O.); 2. “Intention-behavior translation in student entrepreneurship: An institutional perspective” (Bogatyreva K., Shirokova G., Osiyevskyy O.).

 

 

3. Publications («RSCI»)

 

(1) Beliaeva T.V., Laskovaia A.K., Shirokova G.V. (2016) Entrepreneurial learning and students' entrepreneurial intentions: The role of national culture. Russian Management Journal, 14(1), 59-86. 

The impact factor of the Russian Management Journal in RSCI 2013 is 1,819. More detailed information about this publication is presented at the website of the journal

 

(2) Bogatyreva K.A., Shirokova G.V. (2017) Entrepreneurial intention-behavior translation: The case of Russian students. Foresight. №2. (in the press). 

The impact factor of the journal “Foresight” in RSCI 2013 is 1,017. The journal is indexed in Scopus (SNIP is 0.473).

 

 

4. Publications in peer-reviewed international scientific journals, indexed in Web of Science database

 

(1) Edelman L., Manolova T., Shirokova T., Tsukanova T. (2016) The impact of family support on young entrepreneurs’ start-up activities. Journal of Business Venturing, 31(4), 428-448 [5-year Impact-factor 5.305; WoS/Scopus]

 

(2) Shirokova G., Osiyevskyy O., Bogatyreva K. (2016) Exploring the intention-behavior link in student entrepreneurship: Moderating effects of individual and environmental characteristics. European Management Journal, 34, 386-399 [5-year Impact-factor 1.6; WoS/Scopus]

 

(3) Beliaeva T., Laskovaia A., Shirokova G. (2017) Entrepreneurial learning and entrepreneurial intentions: A cross-cultural study of university students. European Journal of International Management, 11(5) (forthcoming) [5-year Impact-factor 0.568; WoS/Scopus]

 

(4) Shirokova G., Osiyevskyy O., Morris M., Bogatyreva K. Expertise, university infrastructure and approaches to new venture creation: Assessing students who start business. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development (forthcoming) [5-year Impact-factor 1.519; WoS/Scopus]

 

 

5. Working papers

 

(1) Shirokova G., Laskovaia A., Osiyevskyy O. Planning still matters: Exploring the effects of venture cognitive logic on venture performance in different institutional contexts. Working paper #12(E)-2016. Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University: SPb, 2016.

 

(2) Bogatyreva K., Osiyevskyy O., Shirokova G. Intention-behavior translation in student entrepreneurship: An institutional perspective. Working paper #21(E)-2016. Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University: SPb, 2016.

 

 

6. The modernized program of the course

 

Entrepreneurship” («Entrepreneurship», in English) for master's students of CEMS and MIM programs

 

 

7. Preparation of monographs on the results of the project

 

The Antecedents of Students’ Entrepreneurial Activity: Collective monograph / G. V. Shirokova (scientific ed..); T.V. Beliaeva, K.A. Bogatyreva, D.M. Knatko, A.K. Laskovaia, T.S. Manolova, M.G. Morris, O.V. Osiyevskyy, T.V. Tsukanova, G.V. Shirokova, L.F. Edelman; St. Petersburg state Univ. - SPb .: Publishing House, St. Petersburg State University Press, 2016. - 344 p. ISBN 978-5-288-05690-1

 

 

8. Development of recommendations for the formation of the university ecosystem

 

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