Bernard Surlemont

Bernard Surlemont
University of Liège | ulg · Department of Management

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Ce chapitre aborde les différentes approches portant sur l'entrepreneur.
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Devenir entrepreneur, c’est avant tout developper un ensemble de competences sociales et emotionnelles. L’enseignement peut-il favoriser l’eclosion de vocations entrepreneuriales et peut-il contribuer au developpement de telles competences ? La Haute Ecole Specialisee de Suisse Ouest (HES-SO) met en œuvre depuis sept ans un concept innovant, le pro...
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Cet editorial ouvre une nouvelle etape dans le developpement de notre revue. Lancee en 2009 sous l'appellation l'Expansion Entrepreneuriat, notre projet se poursuit en effet sous un nouveau nom : Entreprendre & Innover. Un changement dans la continuite, car c'est toujours la meme equipe, redacteurs en chef et membres du comite de redaction, qui off...
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Opportunity identification has always been considered as a central aspect of entrepreneurship (Gaglio, 2004, Kirzner, 1979; Shane and Venkataraman, 2000, Shane, 2003). However, there is no agreement among scholars on how to define and how to operationalize opportunity identification. In this paper, we focus on the process by which individuals inter...
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The purpose of this paper is to provide a unifying framework identifying the main learning needs of potential entrepreneurs. Based on the competency based theory, these learning needs are defined as the competencies to be effective at each step of the entrepreneurial process. In order to achieve this, the paper pays great attention to defining the...
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Opportunity recognition has always been considered as a central aspect of entrepreneurship (Gaglio, 2004, Kirzner, 1979; Shane and Venkataraman, 2000, Shane, 2003). However, in entrepreneurship education research, little attention has been devoted to understand the learning needs associated to effective entrepreneurial opportunity recognition. This...
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Le déficit entrepreneurial en Belgique et en Wallonie, en particulier, n’est plus à démontrer. En effet, plusieurs études, dont l’analyse comparative à l’échelle de 43 pays dans le monde présentée dans le rapport «General Entrepreneur- ship Monitor» (GEM), ont largement mis en évidence les freins culturels à l’acte d’entreprendre et la nécessité de...
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Purpose – The haute-cuisine industry must cope with two, apparently antagonist demands from customers: providing reliable advice about the choice of restaurant, while concurrently preserving the “magic of discovery” and creativity every haute-cuisine restaurant should provide. This paper has the objective of analysing how the Michelin guide “star s...
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Purpose The aim of this paper to shed light on the strategies adopted by chefs and to identify the most successful in terms of Michelin rating and profitability. Design/methodology/approach In‐depth exploratory interviews with 20 great chefs located in France, Belgium, the UK and Switzerland having gained two or three Michelin stars over the last...
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The Michelin star system in Europe is the best-known and most respected ranking system for high-quality or haute cuisine restaurants. This study examines Michelin’s grading procedures and how chefs and restaurateurs perceive the ranking system and the Michelin awards. The study surveyed chefs in thirty-six restaurants ranked as having two or three...
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This paper discusses existing definitions of USOs in order to reconcile them and to provide criteria for classifying and understanding the different facets of this multi-headed concept. Drawing the boundaries of this concept and elucidating its variety through a typology are therefore the two main objectives of this paper. USOs are defined as new f...
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This paper analyzes the relationship between public and private sources of venture capital in Europe and the development of the industry, controlling for characteristics of the legal systems, in 15 European countries over the period 1990–1996. Large public participation is correlated with smaller VC industries, but analyses do not support the view...
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Developments in web technology are creating new opportunities for entrepreneurs and venture investors alike and facilitate the emergence of new breeds of introduction services connecting these parties more efficiently. The article relies on clinical analyses of over 40 identified “best practice” angel networks in the U.S. and Europe to provide a sy...
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Cette etude exploratoire se penche sur la problematique de victimisation des PME. Basee sur l’organisation de tables rondes, la tenue d’entretiens en face a face et la realisation d’une enquete aupres de 124 PME de Belgique francophone, la recherche degage les types de victimisation et leur importance, les modes de prevention et l’approche de la ge...
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The authors review the different facets of the incubation process for high-tech companies and highlight its complex and multidimensional nature. They then assess what are the most critical factors in incubation in the context of the market supply and demand for incubation facilities. They identify two key facets, selectivity and productivity requir...
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The commercialisation of scientific and technological knowledge produced within publicly funded research institutions such as universities, laboratories, research centres, and so forth, is increasingly considered by policymakers as raw material for developing and sustaining regional economic growth. This paper focuses on one of the most promising w...
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The recent literature has witnessed an increasing interest in analysing a subsidiary within multinational corporations (MNCs) as a node within a network of interorganisational relationships (Ghoshal and Bartlett, 1990; Nohria and Eccles, 1992). This concern is motivated by the emergence of MNCs that wish to reconsider their conceptions of headquart...

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