Professor McDougall-Covin’s early research on international new ventures debunked the then commonly held belief that only large, established firms engage in international business. She is credited with founding the growing academic field of international entrepreneurship. She has co-edited four books and published numerous articles. Her business cases appear in more than twenty-five books, and her research has been presented in the business press, including Inc. magazine, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal. She is the Director of the Institute for International Business and holds the William L. Haeberle Professorship of Entrepreneurship at Indiana University Bloomington, USA.
Rare Birds Con 2016 Topic
GETTING IN: Global Entrepreneurship and the Amazing Opportunities for Female Founders (Keynote)