Amanda J Williamson
BBS, BBS first class honours, MBS (c.), PhD Student
I am running a research project called Innovative Me, exploring the role of moods and emotions in entrepreneurial innovation, and am a Doctoral Research Student at Sheffield University, UK.
I come from New Zealand, where I worked as a Research Assistant in the national small and medium-size enterprise (SME) research centre operated by Massey University (NZCSMER). At the Núcleo Milenio Research Center in Entrepreneurial Strategy Under Uncertainty, La Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (UC), I am a Young Researcher.
I am a native English speaker, and second-language speaker of Spanish – correspondence in either tongue is fine. I am currently located in Aragon Spain, and am contactable via email: [email protected]
Some 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.