ReSocEM aims to promote cutting-edge research on entrepreneurial motivation that contributes to science and industry
Lola Garzón is an associate professor at the Business Management Department of the University of Valencia. She has worked on entrepreneurship from both professional and research approaches, and also addresses these topics through European and regional research projects. Lola has published several books, book chapters, and papers in prestigious journals. She is the Vice-Dean on Entrepreneurship and Relationship with Companies at the School of Economics and coordinates the university entrepreneurship support program “UVemprén”.
Alicia Mas-Tur is an associate professor at the Business Management Department of the University of Valencia. She has presented numerous papers at international conferences. She has also published articles and books in international journals including Service Industries Journal, International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, and Service Business. She is or has been the guest editor and referee for international journals. She is or has been on the editorial board of several journals including the Service Business, Journal of Business Research and Contemporary Economics.
Norat Roig-Tierno is associate professor at the Universitat Politècnica de València (Polytechnic University of Valencia). His research is focused on regional innovation and the application of qualitative methodologies. He has presented numerous papers at international conferences. He has published articles and books in international journals including Applied Geography, Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, Social and Policy Administration, Social Indicators Research, Journal of the Knowledge Economy, among others. He is or has been on the editorial board of several journals. Currently, he is Associate Editor of Quality & Quantity: International Journal of Methodology.
Pau Sendra-Pons is a predoctoral researcher and lecturer at the Department of Finance of the University of Valencia, where he studies human behavior in digital environments of alternative financing. He graduated in International Business and holds a Master in Corporate Finance from this institution, both with an extraordinary prize upon graduation. He has also studied at Georgetown University, Cork University Business School and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, and has received the Cañada Blanch - London School of Economics Research Award.