The research group broadly focuses on entrepreneurial and organisational issues experienced by start-ups, firms, and organisations. Often, the research conducted circulates on discovering, creating, evaluating, and organising for new opportunities. We are interested in organisational and sociological understandings of how start-ups, firms and organizations form, develop, and change individually as well as through collaboration. In the subject field of Nascent Entrepreneurship we for instance focus on individuals’ start-up decisions as well as firm emergence, creation, and early growth. In the subject field of Corporate Entrepreneurship we for instance focus on all types of innovations such as products, processes, services, and strategic renewal taking place within and between organisations. And in the subject field of SMEs we for instance focus is on those organisational and managerial challenges SMEs experience when maintaining, changing, developing, and growing businesses.
Head of Research
Associate professor Majbritt Rostgaard Evald.