43. Sophie Bacq (Indiana) & Tom Lumpkin (Oklahoma) on Civic Wealth Creation (LA Road Trip!)
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University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights. CREATIVE DISTILLATION Jeff York | Associate Professor | Research Director
jeffrey.york@colorado.edu Brad Werner | Instructor | Teaching Director
walter.werner@colorado.edu Deming Center for Entrepreneurship | CU Leeds School of Business
303.492.9018 | deming@colorado.edu -- EPISODE 43: Sophie Bacq (Indiana) and Tom Lumpkin (Oklahoma) on Civic Wealth Creation (LA Road Trip!) On this installment of Creative Distillation, we continue our Hi Def Brewing recording session. This time, Brad and Jeff speak with Sophie Bacq (on a 3-episode streak!) and Tom Lumpkin, Prof Emeritus of Entrepreneurship from Oklahoma University and a Senior Visiting Research Assoc at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. Theirs is one of the many productive collaborations that result from entrepreneurship conferences. Since meeting over a decade ago, they’ve collaborated on several papers which they discuss here, including their most recent work, Communities at the Nexus of Entrepreneurship and Societal Impact: A Cross-Disciplinary Literature Review. The paper looks at the civic wealth created by socialization, and how entrepreneurship and business play a critical role in bringing together communities to bring about social change. Enjoy and cheers. Learn more about Hi Def Brewing and order merch at: https://hidefbrewing.com Learn more about Sophie Bacq on her faculty page at https://kelley.iu.edu, and find more info about Tom Lumpkin on his faculty page at https://ou.edu/price. -- Learn more about CU's Deming Center for Entrepreneurship: https://deming.colorado.edu Comments/criticism/suggestions/feedback? We'd love to hear it. Drop us a note at CDpodcast@colorado.edu. Thanks for listening. -
An Analog Digital Arts Production for the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship
Produced, recorded and edited by Joel Davis "Whiskey Before Breakfast" [Traditional] performed by Jeffrey York and Brad Werner. Recorded, mixed and mastered by George Figgs.
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