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Oxford Residence Week for Entrepreneurship Scholars

From Monday 25 June 2018
To Friday 29 June 2018

The Oxford Residence Week for Entrepreneurship Scholars will take place for the sixth consecutive summer in the period June 25th – 29th 2018 at Green Templeton College’s Osler-McGovern Centre at 13 Norham Gardens. This event brings together some of the leading figures in the field of economics of entrepreneurship and innovation in an ‘informal’ conference, where exciting ideas are exchanged in a friendly and professional environment. The informal nature of the Residence Week implies that researchers can use their time on pushing existing projects forward and forging new collaborations. The event has, as in the past, the generous support of the Templeton Education and Charity Trust.

There are a number of presentations and seminars during the workshop which are open to members of the Green Templeton College community, who are invited to attend:

On Monday June 25th, Tuesday June 26th, and Wednesday June 27th, between 4pm and 5.30pm, there will be research presentation sessions. These sessions do not have a pre-set schedule, but are rather allocated on a first-come, first-served basis to both junior and senior researchers who want to share their ideas and/or early stage results. There are typically two or three presentations across a wide range of topics. This year, researchers cover topics as diverse as behavioural entrepreneurship, new venture finance, social entrepreneurship, innovation, and public policy. These sessions are open to anyone in the GTC community who wishes to attend.

In addition, on Thursday June 28th, between 4pm and 6pm, there will be a formal seminar hosted by Thomas Hellmann at the Saïd Business School (Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1HP). This year’s speakers are:

Wendy Bradley, Saïd Business School: Pooling For Power: Cumulative Innovation and Competition In Markets for Technology Governed By Patent Pools
Pontus Braunerhjelm, KTH Stockholm: TBA.
Maryann Feldman, University of North Carolina: Falling Not Far from the Tree: Entrepreneurs and Organizational Practices
Martin Murmann, ZEW Mannheim: The Organizational Design of High-Tech Start-ups and Product Innovation

After the seminar, there will be a small reception and drinks. This seminar and the subsequent reception are also open to all GTC community members who wish to participate.

If you would like to attend any of these events, please sign up by addressing an email to Dorothy Cooke,

Best regards,
On behalf of the organizers Saul Estrin and Maryann Feldman,

Theodor Vladasel
PhD Student, Copenhagen Business School
Fox International Fellow, Yale University


Location : 13 Norham Gardens
13 Norham Gardens
United Kingdom