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Shared Responsibility & Shared Prosperity

April 20, 2011 725

Today, April 20th, at 1:45 pm PDT /4:45 pm EDT, President Obama will discuss the future of American entrepreneurship live online from  Facebook headquarters in Palo Alto, California.  The facebook town hall is entitled “Shared Responsibility & Shared Prosperity” in honor of President Obama’s goal to  “celebrate, inspire, and accelerate high-growth entrepreneurship throughout the Nation.”

In preparation for the President’s speech, learn more about the state of entrepreneurship both in the United States and around the globe  by reading the recent work of SAGE scholars collected below.

Erick P. C. Chang, Esra Memili, James J. Chrisman, Franz W. Kellermanns, and Jess H. Chua published “Family Social Capital, Venture Preparedness, and Start-Up Decisions: A Study of Hispanic Entrepreneurs in New England” in the September 2009 issue of Family Business Review

Blaine McCormick and Van Gray published Message in a Bottle: Basic Business Lessons for Entrepreneurs Using Only a Soft Drink in the April 2011 issue of Journal of Management Education.

Arturs Kalnins and Laure Stroock collaborated on Pouring Israel into a Starbucks Cup,” published in the May 2011 issue of  Cornell Hospitality Quarterly.

Dean A. Shepherd’s recent article, Multilevel Entrepreneurship Research: Opportunities for Studying Entrepreneurial Decision Making, was published in the March 2011 issue of Journal of Management.

David M. Hart and Zoltan J. Acs explored High-Tech Immigrant Entrepreneurshipin the United States in the May 2011 issue of Economic Development Quarterly.

David Goss, Robert Jones, Michela Betta and James Latham published “Power as Practice: a Micro-sociological Analysis of the Dynamis of Emancipatory Entrepreneurship” in the March 2011 issue of Organization Studies.

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