Amanda J Williamson
BBS, BBS first class honours, MBS (c.)
I am currently running a research project called Innovative Me, exploring the role of moods and emotions in entrepreneurial innovation, and am about to embark on a PhD at Sheffield University, UK. I come from Massey University New Zealand, where I worked as a Research Assistant and am currently completing a Master of Business Studies on affect, innovation and entrepreneurship through the same university. I am a Young Researcher at the Núcleo Milenio Research Center in Entrepreneurial Strategy Under Uncertainty, La Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (UC), and am currently located in Aragon Spain.
Recent research publications and other links can be found below.
· Williamson, A. J. & Battisti, M. (2015). Affect as a predictor of innovative behaviour in entrepreneurship. Paper presented at the 28th Annual SEAANZ Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
· Battisti, M. & Williamson, A. J. (2015). The role of intermediaries in the small business transfer process. Small Enterprise Research, 22 (1), 32-48. DOI: 10.1080/13215906.2015.1022129.