Event: Who makes money from entrepreneurship?

A seminar addressing the important question of “Who Makes Money from Entrepreneurship?” is being held in Liverpool on 12 March 2012 as part of the Global Entrepreneurship Congress. The seminar has been organised to present Professor Sara Carter’s theoretical work on how we might conceptualise and research financial wellbeing in entrepreneurship and to disseminate the findings from an ESRC funded project modelling entrepreneur earnings across the life course, led by Dr Dilani Jayawarna and Dr Julia Rouse.

Knowledge about earnings from entrepreneurship are surprisingly scarce. This seminar will advance knowledge by:

1. Presenting innovative conceptualisation of the financial rewards from entrepreneurship and a considerable research agenda.

(Professor Sara Carter, from a paper originally published in Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.)

2. Presenting a framework for conceptualising entrepreneur earnings as emergent from individual, household and business life courses and embedded   in wider social processes including class and gender. Also, presenting findings from the operationalisation of this model employing 18 waves of the British Household Panel Survey.

(Dr Dilani Jayawarna and Dr Julia Rouse, from a project supported by the Economic and Social Research Council).

3. Facilitating a discussion regarding international policy implications and research priorities.

(Led by Professor Ossie Jones).

 

Programme

Morning events from 9am: see http://entrepreneurshipresearchday.eventbrite.co.uk

12.00  Lunch and registration

13.00  Welcome and Introduction

Dr Dilani Jayawarna (University of Liverpool) and Dr Julia Rouse (Manchester Metropolitan University)

13.15  The Rewards of Entrepreneurship: Exploring the Incomes, Wealth and Well-being of Entrepreneur Households

Professor Sara Carter (University of Strathclyde)

14.15  Coffee

14.45  Resource-Based Life Course Pathways to Entrepreneur Earnings: New Conceptualisation and Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey

Dr Dilani Jayawarna (University of Liverpool) and Dr Julia Rouse (Manchester Metropolitan University)

15.45  Discussion: Policy Implications and Research Directions

Led by Professor Ossie Jones (University of Liverpool)

16.15  Summary and Close 

Notes:

This seminar is part of a one day event being organised by the University of Liverpool Management School as part of the Global Entrepreneurship Congress. You are more than welcome to join the morning sessions. Registration will be at 9am. Presentations will be on: the LEAD programme for small business development (Professor Ossie Jones) and ‘Silver Entrepreneurs’ (Professor Tom Cannon). Please see http://entrepreneurshipresearchday.eventbrite.co.uk/ for information and to register.

There is no attendance fee for the event, but availability is limited and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. For catering purposes, it would be helpful if you could indicate your attendance by 5th of March 2012 to Simon Law (email: simonlaw@liverpool.ac.uk) or register via eventbrite http://entrepreneurshipresearchday.eventbrite.co.uk/. Any other enquiries concerning the event should be directed to Dr Dilani Jayawarna (email: dilanij@liverpool.ac.uk). Those who register will receive an email with all the details about the venue.