How can we make a practical difference with our research and contribute to positive societal change? For entrepreneurship and SME scholars informing and shaping policy and practices is often a key goal. However, as researchers we get trained to do research, but not how to generate and demonstrate impact i.e. the wider economic and societal benefits of our research, which often leaves us ill-prepared to contribute to the growing impact agenda.
In this webinar we explore what impact is and why it is relevant. Drawing on scholars and practictioner from different national contexts, we gain valuable insights into how to achieve practical impact for different policy stakeholders and we draw lessons on how to develop relevant impact pathways for our research and how to evidence the benefit gained by different stakeholders.
Martina Battisti, Professor of Entrepreneurship, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France
Norin Arshed, Professor of Entrepreneurship, University of Dundee, Scotland
Tanya Jurado, Senior Lecturer of Entrepreneurship, Massey University, New Zealand
Stephen Roper, Professor of Enterprise, Director of the Enterprise Research Centre, Warwick University, UK
Michael Schaper, Adjunct Professor, Curtin University and Council Member, University of Canberra, Australia
Register by 6 June HERE