Professor Ossie Jones
University of Liverpool
Member of which BAM Subcommittees:
Co-Editor of IJMR
Belonging to BAM is important for established academics and postgraduate students who are interested in the study of management and organization. BAM provides a focal point for enhancing the quality and validity of research through training events, the annual conference and two respected journals.
Primary areas of research interest
- The resourcing of entrepreneurial businesses, incorporating the links between networks and bootstrapping.
- The topic of entrepreneurial learning, both at start-up and in established small firms
- The importance of social capital in the context of entrepreneurship