ESU conferences

ESU 2011

University of Seville, Spain

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ESU 2018

Faculty of Economics and Sociology, University of Lodz, Poland.

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ESU 2017

Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany

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ESU 2016

EMLYON Business School, Ecully. Lyon, France

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ESU 2015

Southampton Solent Business School, Southampton Solent University, UK

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ESU 2014

Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship Lund,
Sweden

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ESU 2013

Instituto Universitario de Lisboa, ISCTE – IUL,
Lisboa, Portugal

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ESU 2012

University of Southern Denmark,
Kolding, Denmark

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ESU 2010

University of Tartu, Estonia

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ESU 2009

Sannio University of Benevento, Italy

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ESU 2008

Bodø Graduate School of Business, Norway

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ESU 2007

EM Lyon Entrepreneurship Research Centre, France

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ESU 2006

University of Tampere, School of Economics
and Business Administration, Hämeelinna, Finland

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ESU 2004

University of Twente, Netherlands

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ESU 2002

Valence, France

ESU 2011

University of Seville, Spain

Logo_Seville_UNI ESU Conference 2011
University of Seville, Spain
12th to 17th of September 2011

Seville is the capital of Andalusia, and the fourth largest city in Spain with a population of over 700 000 inhabitants. A total of 1.2 million people live in the metropolitan area. Seville is considered without doubt, the artistic, cultural, financial, economic and social center of southern Spain. There are several sources of information about Seville available in English. Turismo de Sevilla is one of the official tourist bodies.

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Seville Night View

Conference Venue

The ESU2011 Conference will take place at the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Seville. The origin of the University of Seville dates back to the School of Santa María de Jesus, founded at the end of the fifteenth century. It was recognized by Pope Julius II in 1505, and achieved official University Status in 1551 by Royal Decree. At present, the University of Seville has more than 60 000 students, 4400 teaching staff and 2350 adminsitrative staff. The international community includes more than 1300 foerign students and other 1450 incoming Erasmus students.

Almost all the activities of the conference will take place at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. The address of the conference venue is:

Facultad de Ciencias Economicas y Empresariales. Av. Ramon y Cajal, 1. 41018-Seville (Spain).