We are a team of multidisciplinary researchers who focus on business innovation and entrepreneurial ventures and people.
We provide a conduit to help members engage deeply with the entrepreneurial community – identifying and exploiting new opportunities by connecting creative individuals, entrepreneurs, businesses, investors, educators and government agencies.
We concentrate on understanding and developing the following key areas of knowledge:
Rauch, A., Fink, M., & Hatak, I. (2018). Stress processes: An essential ingredient in the entrepreneurial process. Academy of Management Perspectives. 31(3), 340-357.
Gregoire, D., Binder, J. & Rauch, A. (2018). Navigating the validity tradeoffs of entrepreneurship research experiments: A systematic review and best-practice suggestions. Journal of Business Venturing. In press.
Lerner, D., Hatak, I., & Rauch, A. (2018). Deep Roots? Behavioral Inhibition and Behavioral Activation System (BIS/BAS) Sensitivity and Entrepreneurship. Journal of Business Venturing Insights, 9(2) 107-115.
Kay, R., Suprinovič , O., Schlömer-Laufen, N. & Rauch, A. (2018). Unternehmensnachfolgen in Deutschland 2018 bis 2022 (Business successions in Germany 2018 to 2022 ). Daten und Fakten Nr. 18. Bonn: Institut fuer Mittelstand. (White paper).
Bohlmann C, Rauch A, and Zacher H (2017). A lifespan perspective on entrepreneurship: Perceived opportunities and skills explain the negative association between age and entrepreneurial activity Frontiers in Psychology, 8 (DEC), 1-11.
We are actively engaged with a network of international and local institutions and academics to foster our research, teaching and outreach activities. These include research and education programs in China, India, Vietnam, Cambodia, and across Europe.
CEMS is a global alliance of academic and corporate institutions dedicated to educating and preparing future generations of international business leaders. The CEMS academic and corporate members work collectively to develop knowledge and provide education that is essential in the multilingual, multicultural and interconnected business world.
The Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship Faculty Group constitutes an opportunity for academics from CEMS schools to work with peers on the issues that they are focusing on in their personal research. They function within the framework of the CEMS MIM programme.
The Entrepreneurship Development Network Asia (EDNA) was established in December 2011, connecting leading universities in the Asian region who have the desire and capacity to develop coordinated entrepreneurship and innovation teaching, research and outreach.
The Reseach Center for Entrepreneurship (RCE) aims to uncover the underlying processes and success factors in an entrepreneurial context. RCE has a team of internationally renowned and distinguished researchers who are interested in the facets and driving forces as well as the general role of entrepreneurship in society.