Entrepreneurship & Business research informed by sound economic thinking

My research interests overlap the literatures in entrepreneurship and institutions. In particular, I look at how entrepreneurs face uncertainty to change societies.

In this space, I deal with a number of topics, including:

  • The different sources of entrepreneurial uncertainty.
  • The role of the entrepreneur in economic and social development.
  • Institutional influences, policy and otherwise, in entreprenerial action.
  • The consequences of innovation to the market process.
  • Economics for Business and Entrepreneurship.
  • Subjetive value and the intersection between consumers and entrepreneurs.

You can find me on ResearchGate, GoogleScholar and ORCID.

For details, check my current CV.