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About Us

Rethinking Entrepreneurship in Society is an interdisciplinary research environment at Copenhagen Business School. We combine entrepreneurship, management, history, law and sociology for a better understanding of the discourse of entrepreneurship and how it shapes actions and behaviors in society.

Project Team

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Christina
Lubinski

Professor of Entrepreneurship & History & PhD Supervisor

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R. Daniel Wadhwani

Professor of Entrepreneurship & PhD Supervisor

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Hannah Knox Tucker

Assistant Professor of Business History &

PhD Supervisor

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Peter Koerver Schmidt

Professor of Law

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Head of Creative & Marketing

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Project Program Coordinator

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Valentin Kuptz

İrem Dönmez

PhD Fellows

Anders Bollmann

PhD Fellow

 

Tech Entrepreneurialism: Paths for Shaping Future Defense and Security Policies

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Lauren Eaton

PhD Fellow

Investigating the Popularization of Entrepreneurship Concept: Exploring Social Discourse

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Alexander Elg

PhD Fellow

Navigating Worth Theories & Capitalism Transformations

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Nicolai C. Jepsen

PhD Fellow

 

Exploring the relationship between entrepreneurship and labor

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Wanjun (Jim) Lei

PhD Fellow

 

Paradoxical Heroisms: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Popular Images of Entrepreneurial Leadership in Cinematic Narratives

Starting: 1 Sept. 2024

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PhD Supervisors

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Stina Teilmann-Lock

Associate Professor of Design Entrepreneurship 

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Christian Garmann Johnsen

Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship

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Lena Olaison

Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship & Vice Head of Department, Business Humanities and Law

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Please note that some of our esteemed professors that have been previously introduced, also serve as supervisors,

and you can find their introductions in the 'Project Team' section above.

Postdocs

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Camilla Ferri

Postdoc

Craft Entrepreneurship or Craft Entrepreneurialism? Exploring Craft and Authenticity through a Temporal Lens

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Vera Haataja

Postdoc

Social and Individual Change through Entrepreneurship: Creating more Equitable Societies

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Léna Prouchet

Postdoc

Understanding the Dynamics of Entrepreneurship Narratives in International Development

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Siddhesh Rao

Postdoc

Exploring the Future of Business and Tax Administration in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

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Visiting Professors

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Isabell Stamm

Sociology & Entrepreneurship

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Matthias Kipping

Knowledge & Education

    Advisory Board

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    Friederike Welter

    Professor of Business Administration

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    Sarah Jack

    Professor of Innovative and Sustainable
    Business Development

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    Andrew Nelson

    Professor in the Department of
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    Stephen Cummings

    Professor of Strategy and Innovation 

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    "By examining both the societal strengths and costs of our ideals of entrepreneurship, this project aims to help businesses, policy-makers, and the public develop agency over entrepreneurship in our time. There is no one-size-fits-all mold for entrepreneurship. Our contributions explore the social mechanisms by which entrepreneurship as a discourse links to processes of social change."

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