Social Media, Entrepreneurship and Institutional Environment

Funded Research Proposal

Entrepreneurial strategies to cope with dynamic environments are becoming increasingly important globally with the heightened technological and institutional disruptions in the recent and coming years. These dynamic environments are usually characterized by high velocity, complexity, ambiguity and unpredictability, creating additional challenges for entrepreneurs to find and realize opportunitiesRead More

How you Tweet Matters: Optimal Social Media Strategy for Startup Lifecycle

Funded Research Proposal

With over 2.7 billion monthly active users on Facebook and 330 million on Twitter , social media provide an indispensable channel for information, offering unprecedented ability to efficiently broadcast information about goods and services, especially for early-stage companies which usually lack a public channel for information disclosure.Read More

Employment before Entrepreneurship and Gender Inequality: Evidence from Venture Capital Financing

Funded Research Proposal

Venture capital is the key to fostering and supporting innovation. However, there is huge gender bias in venture financing market. In 2017, only 2.2% of total venture funding went to female-founded firms in US, despite the fact that female entrepreneurs own 38% of total business in the country.Read More