Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy, ESADE Business School, Spain
Dr. Jan Brinckmann is Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy at ESADE Business School in the Strategy and General Management Department. He is Academic Director of the Entrepreneurship Research Group at ESADE as well as ESADE’s business creation activities called EWorks. He is also on the editorial review board of the Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice - the two top entrepreneurship focused academic journals. Before coming to ESADE, he taught at Loyola University Chicago and Cornell University and was a visiting scholar at Stanford University and Case Western Reserve University. Beyond his dedication to academia, Dr. Brinckmann has a passion for empowering entrepreneurs. He cofounded, invests and is a board member of various international high growth technology companies.
Intensive learning session topic: Developing an Academic Scholar Career in the Quantitative Domain: Personal Lessons learned
Lecturer, International Business, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Dr Áron Perényi is Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in International Business, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. His research focuses on international entrepreneurship, including: international competitiveness, firm internationalisation, SME development, and senior entrepreneurship in the context of transitional and emerging countries. Dr Perényi has also conducted research in leadership and ethics, and specialised areas of consumer behaviour (health care, energy efficiency). His projects involve the Australian and Central Eastern European businesses, the Victorian Aboriginal community, and businesses, governments and civil society across Australia, Central Eastern Europe, and Latin America. Dr Perényi is a professional member of AIB, AIB-CEE, ANZAM, EURAM, the Hungarian Economic Association and a public body member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Intensive learning session topic: Selection and Implementation of Appropriate Research Methods