Jean CLARKE

Professeur niveau 2

Doctorat

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Publications

Associations

  • AOM: ENT OMT
  • EGOS

Communications et Séminaires

Conference Papers

  • Radu-Lefebvre, M., Lefebvre, V., Clarke, J. and Gartner, W. B. (2019) Entrepreneurial legacy: Images of facilitating or inhibiting successor entrepreneurial identity. Symposium on “Identity in and around Entrepreneurial Families”, Academy of Management Conference, Boston. (Nominated for MOC Division's Best Symposium Award).
  • Clarke, J. and Holt, R. (2019) Ruskin, craft and entrepreneurship, European Group for Organizational Studies, Edinburgh.
  • Clarke, J. and Richey, M. (2018) The music of my time: How entrepreneurs use music to create identity narratives for past, present and future selves. The PROS symposium, Halkidiki, Greece.
  • Clarke, J., Llewellyn, N. and Cornelissen, J. (2018) Entrepreneurship in Action: Gesture and Multi-Modal Analysis in Entrepreneurship Communication Research, Academy of Management Conference Chicago.
  • Clarke, J., Llewellyn, N. Cornelissen, J. (2018) Gesture and Multi-modality: Analysing entrepreneurial pitches through conversation analysis and cognitive linguistics. European Group for Organization Studies, Tallinn.
  • Radu-Lefebvre, M., Clarke, J., Lefebvre, V., and Gartner, W. B. (2018). “Past, present and future: understanding family entrepreneurship in successors' prospective and retrospective thinking through visual metaphors”. Babson Conference, Waterford, Ireland.
  • Clarke, J. and Holt, R. (2017) The Gothic Entrepreneur: Ruskin and Rehumanizing Entrepreneurship. European Group for Organization Studies, Copenhagen.
  • Clarke, J. and Holt, R. (2016). Drawing out metaphors of the entrepreneurship process. Academy of Management Conference Anaheim.
  • Clarke, J. and Viney, R. (2016). Language of love: how entrepreneurs persuade investors during pitches using emotional talk. European Group for Organizational Studies. Naples.
  • Clarke, J. Cornelissen, J. and Viney, R. (2015). Seeing entrepreneurship: Using video-based methods to study entrepreneurial processes. Academy of Management Conference Vancouver.
  • Clarke, J., Cornelissen, J. and Healey, M. (2015). The language and body language of entrepreneurs: How entrepreneurs persuade investors to fund new ventures. EGOS, Athens.
  • Clarke, J. and Holt, R. (2015) Edith Penrose, image and the entrepreneurial process, 10th Organization Studies Workshop, Chania, Crete.
  • Clarke, J. and Holt, R. (2013). Ruskin and the gothic firm, EGOS, Montreal.
  • Clarke, J. and Holt, R. (2012), Picture Perfect: Entrepreneurship and innovation through visualisation, Academy of Management Conference, Boston.
  • Clarke, J and Healey, M. (2012) The language and body language of entrepreneurs: How verbal and non-verbal metaphors are used to persuade investors to fund new ventures. European Group for Organizational Studies, Helsinki.
  • Clarke, J., Cornelissen, J. and Cienki, A. (2012) Embodiment, imagination and meaning: The role of human scale in the language and body language of entrepreneurs. Qualitative Research in Management Conference, New Mexico
  • Clarke, J. and Cornelissen, J. (2011), Professional Development Workshop: Revealing the Cultural in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Academy of Management Conference, San Antonio
  • Clarke, J. (2009), The importance of appearance: Visual symbols and entrepreneurial legitimacy, Academy of Management Conference, Chicago.
  • Cornelissen, J. and Clarke, J. (2009), The Discursive Creation of New Ventures: The Role of Metaphor and Analogy, European Group for Organizational Studies, Barcelona.
  • Clarke, J., Cornelissen, J. and Cienki, A. (2008), Creative entrepreneurship: Using metaphor in words and gestures to access imagination in entrepreneurs' theories of action, Researching and Applying Metaphor: Metaphor in Cross-Cultural Communication, University of Extremadura,
  • Cienki, A., Cornelissen J. and Clarke, J. (2008), The Role of Human Scale, Embodied Metaphors/Blends in the Speech and Gestures of Entrepreneurs 9th Conference on Conceptual Structure, Discourse and Language (CSDL9), Cleveland, OH.
  • Clarke, J. (2008), Seeing entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurs' use of visual symbols in the strategic legitimation process, Academy of Management Conference, California (August, 2008)
  • Clarke, J., Cornelissen, J. and Cienki, A. (2008) Beyond Words: How entrepreneurs use metaphors in words and gestures to give sense to themselves and others, European Group for Organizational Studies, Amsterdam, July, 2008.
  • Clarke, J. (2008), Visualising entrepreneurship: Using video-based ethnographic research to investigate entrepreneurial interaction, International Council for Small Business, Nova Scotia June, 2008
  • Clarke, J. (2007), Visualising Entrepreneurship: Using Video-based Research to Investigate the Entrepreneurial Process, British Academy of Management Conference, Warwick University, September 2007.
  • Clarke, J. (2006), Researching the Entrepreneurial Process through Rhetoric and Argumentation: A Dialogical Understanding, British Academy of Management Conference, Belfast
  • Gold, J., Thorpe, R., Clarke, J. and Anderson, L. M. (2005), Evaluating Action Learning as a methodology to bring about change in owner-manager SMEs: A multi-stakeholder analysis, British Academy of Management Conference, Said Business School, Oxford
  • Thorpe, R., Clarke, J., Gold, J. and Anderson, L. M. (2005), Strategic performance management and measurement in small and medium sized firms: The use of Gross Value Added (GVA), British Academy of Management Conference, Said Business School, Oxford
  • Clarke, J., Thorpe, R., Anderson, Powel, J. and Gold, J. (2005), It's all action, it's all learning: action learning in SMEs, Sixth International Conference on HRD Research and Practice Across Europe, Leeds.
    Report for Funding Body
  • Clarke, J., Creasey, R., Marshall, A. and Thorpe, R. (2007), Experiencing Engineering: An exploration into the lived experience of female engineering students and lecturers in Leeds University School of Engineering. Report for UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology.
  • Thorpe, R., Clarke, J., Gold, J. and Anderson, L. M. (2005), An evaluation of Micro Networking in the North West. Report for Northwest Regional Development Agency.