Entrepreneurship Research Cluster

The Entrepreneurship Research Cluster is part of the Centre for Enterprise, Innovation and Growth at Birmingham City Business School.

The cluster is led by Dr Charlotte Carey and is made up of a team of research active staff and PhD students working on a variety of entrepreneurship projects. The focus here is on entrepreneurial context from entrepreneurship education within art schools to provision for female housing association tenants to gender and entrepreneurship and to social entrepreneurship and much in between. This focus on intersectionality and expertise in contextualized entrepreneurship education informs our approach to teaching entrepreneurship?

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Entrepreneurship Education

Our Business School has carried out focused research on entrepreneurship education and graduate entrepreneurship since 2004.
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Creative Industries Entrepreneurship

This has been an on-going series of research projects that the Business school have been involved in since 2003.
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Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship

BCU have a long history of being engaged in research looking at Ethnic Minroty entrepreneurship.
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Funded Projects

Find out about the funded projects our staff are working on.
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