Entrepreneurship


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Max Planck Summer Institute on Entrepreneurship Research (09.07.07)
Vartuhi Tonoyan participated at the "Max Planck Summer Institute on Entrepreneurship Research" organized by David B. Audretsch and Werner Boente, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Division: Entrepreneurship, Growth and Public Policy Group, Berlin, July 9-13, 2007.
Publikation: Working Part- or Full-Time? On the Impact of Family Context and Institutional Arrangements on Atypical Work (21.06.07)
Strohmeyer, Robert & Vartuhi Tonoyan (2007)
"Working Part- or Full-Time? On the Impact of Family Context and Institutional Arrangements on Atypical Work: A Cross-National Comparison of Female Self-Employment in Western and Eastern Europe." In M. Dowling & J. Schmude (eds.): Empirical Entrepreneurship in Europe. New Perspectives, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 112-134.
How Formal and Informal Institutions Shape Small Firm Behavior (30.03.07)
Vartuhi Tonoyan (2007) How Formal and Informal Institutions Shape Small Firm Behavior in Transition and Mature Market Economies. Paper presented at the Conference on "Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets" for the Journal "Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice", Fort Worth, Texas, USA, March 29-30.
Corruption and Entrepreneurship (23.07.06)
Tonoyan, Vartuhi; Strohmeyer, Robert; Habib, Mohsin; Perlitz, Manfred (2006): Corruption and Entrepreneurship. How Formal and Informal Institutions Shape Firm Behavior in Mature and Emerging Market Economies. Best Paper Proceedings of the 2006 Academy of Management Meeting, Georgia, Atlanta, USA, August 11-16 mehr...
Global Expert Workshop on Collective Business Action and National Initiatives on Anti-Corruption (10.07.06)
Vartuhi Tonoyan: Global Expert Workshop on Collective Business Action and National Initiatives on Anti-Corruption. A Joint Initiative of the United Nations, the International Business Leaders Forum, Transparency International and the World Bank, Barcelona, July 10-11
On the Role of Welfare State Institutions for Atypical Work Forms in Self-Employment: A European Perspective (08.06.06)
Robert Strohmeyer & Vartuhi Tonoyan (2006) On the Role of Welfare State Institutions for Atypical Work Forms in Self-Employment: A European Perspective. Paper presented at the "2006 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC)", Kelley School of Business, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, June 8-10.
Professional versus Marginal Self-Employment: On the Impact of Institutional Arrangements and Individual Characteristics. Cross-Gender and Cross-National Comparison within Western Europe (08.06.06)
Vartuhi Tonoyan, Robert Strohmeyer & René Leicht (2006) Professional versus Marginal Self-Employment: On the Impact of Institutional Arrangements and Individual Characteristics. Cross-Gender and Cross-National Comparison within Western Europe. Paper presented at the 2006 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC), Kelley School of Business, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, June 8-10.
Are Self-Employed Women a Marginal Work Force? A Comparison between Israel and Germany (11.05.06)
Vered Kraus, Vartuhi Tonoyan & Robert Strohmeyer (2006) Are Self-Employed Women A Marginal Work Force? A Comparison between Israel and Germany. Paper presented at the RC 28 ISA Committee on Stratification and Social Mobility, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 11-14 May.
Entrepreneurial Potential Among Female and Male Employees in Europe: A Resource-Based View (09.05.06)
Vartuhi Tonoyan, Robert Strohmeyer & René Leicht (2006) Entrepreneurial Potential Among Female and Male Employees in Europe: A Resource-Based View. Paper presented at the International Conference on Entrepreneurial Diversity The Self-Perception of Female and Male Entrepreneurs, Incubator Center, Gelsenkirchen, Germany, May 19.
Going International (13.03.06)
Vartuhi Tonoyan: Industrie- und Handelskammer (IHK)-Forum "Going International: Erfolgsfaktoren im Auslandsgeschäft - Fakten, Erfahrungen und Perspektiven". IHK Pfalz, Ludwigshafen, 13.03.2006.

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