ENTREPRENEURSHIP

as PRACTICE

BUILDING A PRACTICE-BASED ACADEMIC COMMUNITY
"Entrepreneurship is neither science nor art. It is a practice." - Peter Drucker

EVENTS &

CALLS

Learn about what we've been up to lately and what we've got planned for the coming months. Click below for more details.

 

5th EaP Conference ONLINE
SAP meets EAP breakfast a success!
More-than-human entrepreneurship
Invitation to workshop in Amsterdam
Research  Handbook on EAP
Extended abstracts due 31 August 2019
4th EAP Conference a Success!
Audencia Business School, Nantes, France 3-5 April, 2019
OS Special Issue Call for Papers
Organizational and Institutional Entrepreneuring: Submission due 31 May, 2019
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ABOUT US

The Entrepreneurship as Practice (EaP) research community aims to further advance entrepreneurship studies by studying the practices of entrepreneurship.

EaP's academic mission: Our mission is to contribute to the Entrepreneurship Academy by explaining existing topics of interest in new ways as well as bringing forth new topics and explanations by using a practice theory lens to study the constitution and consequences of practices.

 EaP's social mission: Our mission is to contribute to practice by understanding the diversity and heterogeneity of phenomena that make up entrepreneurship in order to provide meaningful interventions for entrepreneurial practitioners.

 

OUR 

MEMBERS

There are now 250+ academic members of EAP from 30+ universities across 15+ countries and counting. Click  below to become a member.

 

Orla Bryne

Orla Bryne

University College Dublin

Richard Tunstall

Richard Tunstall

Leeds University

Neil Thompson

Neil Thompson

VU University

Russell Matthews

Russell Matthews

University of Strathclyde

Malin Tillmar

Malin Tillmar

Linnaeus University

Bill Gartner

Bill Gartner

Babson College

Clair Champenois

Clair Champenois

Audencia Business School

Karen Verduijn

Karen Verduijn

VU University

Inge Hill

Inge Hill

Royal Agricultural University

Bruce Teague

Bruce Teague

Eastern Washington University

Join today!

 

INSTITUTIONAL

SUPPORT

LITERATURE

Entrepreneurship-as-practice: Grounding contemporary practice theory into entrepreneurship studies
        - by Thompson, Verduijn and         
            Gartner (2020)
Towards a practice theory of entrepreneuring
        - by Johannisson (2011)
 
 

MEDIA 

CENTRE

Our media centre highlights some of our most recent content. All photos and videos are housed on individual event pages (so click on the on the squares above for more).

 

DISCUSS

Our LinkedIn EaP Page and Twitter account are the places where

members can connect, share information, communicate ideas

and events, and so on. 

 

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Bill Gartner

Babson College