Entrepreneurship & China

Thu, 12 Sep 2013 2:00 PM


China has experienced great economic growth over the last 30 years. However, this growth represents a policy success for the nation, not an entrepreneurial success. In the future as China seeks to move increasingly up the value chain to create products that generate greater value there is a need for far greater entrepreneurship in the nation. This presentation will examine the nature of entrepreneurship in China today, and the potential for the entrepreneurship in the nation in the future.


Professor Garry D. Bruton

Professor Garry Bruton is a professor of entrepreneurship at the Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University where he holds Fehmi Zeko Faculty Fellowship. Garry was one of the founders of the entrepreneurship program at TCU which has received numerous recognitions as one of the top programs in the United States.

Professor Bruton’s research focuses on entrepreneurship in emerging economies and he has published or has forthcoming over 75 academic articles in leading journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Business Venturing, Journal of International Business Studies, and Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. In addition, Garry has co-authored three text books — Small Business Management (McGraw-Hill), The Management of Technology and Innovation (Cengage), and International Management (Cengage).

2–3:30 pm, September 12, 2013

SFU at Harbour Centre (room 1425)
515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
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