Publikationen und Vorträge


Gastvortrag von Professor Dr. Werner Bönte am ifm-Forschungskolloquium (08.09.08)
Am Donnerstag, den 30. Oktober (von 11:00-12:30 Uhr), wird Professor Dr. Werner Bönte, Lehrstuhlinhaber für Industrieökonomik und Innovation an der Universität Wuppertal sowie Forschungsprofessor am Max-Planck Institut für Ökonomik in Jena (Bereich "Entrepreneurship, Public Policy and Growth"), panelökonometrische Ergebnisse seiner Studie "Why Do Scientists Engage in R&D Cooperations with Industrial Partners?" präsentieren. mehr...
Gastvortrag von Associate Professor M. Budig (14.07.08)
Am Mittwoch, den 16.Juli, von 11.00-12.30 Uhr, wird Professor Michelle Budig, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA, panelökonometrische Ergebnisse ihrer Studie "Gender, Self-Employment, and Earnings: The Interlocking Structures of Family and Professional Status" (siehe Anhang) im Rahmen des ifm-Forschungskolloquiums präsentieren. mehr...
Professor M. Budig Gastwissenschaftlerin am ifm Mannheim (03.07.08)
Associate Professor Michelle Budig ist vom 9.Juli bis zum 19.Juli 2008 Gastwissenschaftlerin im Forschungsbereich "Entrepreneurship" am Institut für Mittelstandsforschung. mehr...
ifm study on "Gender Gap in Potential Entrepreneurship" accepted for the 2008 Academy of Management Meeting (17.03.08)
The study "Gender Gap in Potential Entrepreneurship: The Effects of Segregation and Job Characteristics: A Cross-National Comparison between 14 Western European Countries" by Vartuhi Tonoyan, Robert Strohmeyer & Mohsin Habib has been accepted for the presentation at the 2008 Academy of Management Meeting (AOM), Anaheim, California, August 8-13. mehr...
Corruption, Entrepreneurship and Institutional Environment (12.03.08)
Vartuhi Tonoyan "Corruption, Entrepreneurship and Institutional Environment: A Cross-National Comparison between Emerging and Mature Market Economies", presentation at the division on "Entrepreneurship, Growth and Public Policy" of the Max Planck Institute (MPI) Jena, Germany, March 12, 2008.
ifm study accepted for the presentation at the ZEW Workshop on "Gender and the Labour Market" (04.02.08)
The study "Employment Growth and Firm Innovativeness in Women- and Men-Owned Small Firms in Germany: An Effect of Endowments?" by Robert Strohmeyer & Vartuhi Tonoyan has been accepted for the presentation at the Workshop on "Gender and the Labour Market" at the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Mannheim, March 28-29, 2008. The Workshop is part of the project on "Flexibility in Heterogeneous Labor Markets" funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). mehr...
Why Do Firms Bribe? Impact of Institutions, Economic Rationality and Social Norms on Corrupt Behavior of Entrepreneurs: A Cross-National Comparison (29.11.07)
Vartuhi Tonoyan "Why Do Firms Bribe? Impact of Institutions, Economic Rationality and Social Norms on Corrupt Behavior of Entrepreneurs: A Cross-National Comparison", PhD Study presented at the Department of Psychology and Statistics, Center for Decision Sciences and Center for Research on Environmental Decisions, Columbia University, New York City, USA, November 29, 2007.
Occupational Profile of Female Entrepreneurs: A Comparative Study of High Skilled versus Low-Skilled Self-Employment in 19 European Countries. On the Impact of Human Capital Endowments and Family Characteristics. (08.11.07)
Vartuhi Tonoyan, Robert Strohmeyer & René Leicht (2007) Occupational Profile of Female Entrepreneurs: A Comparative Study of High Skilled versus Low-Skilled Self-Employment in 19 European Countries. On the Impact of Human Capital Endowments and Family Characteristics. Paper presented at the G-Forum: 11. Interdisziplinäre Jahreskonferenz zur Entrepreneurshipforschung, Aachen, Germany, November 8-9.
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