The Entrepreneurship and Innovation section conducts research and offers education on two interrelated management challenges: creating new ventures and realising innovations.
The relevance of the combination of entrepreneurship and innovation has become clear in topics such as open innovation and networks, scaling and growth of new ventures, creative industries, and corporate entrepreneurship. Increasingly, innovation cannot do without entrepreneurship and new ventures need innovations to be relevant.
The Amsterdam Business School offers a number of courses and programmes in the field of Entrepreneurship. Read more about these specialisations at the links below:
Section members teach courses in entrepreneurship and publish in a range of international peer-reviewed journals including: Organization Science, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Service Management, Journal of Management, Journal of Labor Economics, Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal and Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice.
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation section is chaired by Prof. Nachoem Wijnberg en Dr Joris Ebbers.