Drivers of Selection and Retention of Underrepresented Groups in Technology Entrepreneurship

Jeffrey Robinson, Linda C. Edouard, Rachel Atkins, Joe Bradley, Thema Monroe-White, Ebony Omotola-Mcgee

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Technological innovation is an important driver of value creation for firms, economies, and society. Research, however, is beginning to suggest that its potential might not be fully realized due to a lack of diversity in the skilled individuals involved (Nager, Hart, Ezell, & Atkinson, 2016; Fechner & Shapanka, 2018; Sampson, 2020). This panel brings together leading scholars for a discussion on inclusive innovation in the domain of technology entrepreneurship. It discusses some current research and initiatives that lend insight to some of the unique experiences, challenges, and trends among underrepresented groups (URGs) in technology entrepreneurship.
Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalAcademy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings
Issue number1
StatePublished - Aug 1 2022


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