Dr Ricardo Zozimo

Lecturer in Entrepreneurship

Profile

Dr Ricardo Zozimo is currently a Lecturer in Entrepreneurship. His current research focuses on understanding how entrepreneurs learn and how this impacts on personal and firm performance. An educator at heart, Ricardo was the inaugural winner of LUMS Significant Contribution to Student Learning Award (voted by students and staff). Based on his research, Ricardo often runs workshops with entrepreneurs designed to improve their practice. Educated in three different countries, Ricardo is an active and enthusiastic mentor of social and commercial entrepreneurs across the world.

Entrepreneurial learning from observing role models
Zozimo, R.G., Jack, S.L., Hamilton, E. 6/10/2017 In: Entrepreneurship and Regional Development. 23 p.
Journal article

Observational learning in entrepreneurship: the relevance of social processes
Zozimo, R.G., Jack, S.L., Hamilton, E.E. 01/2015 In: Academy of Management Proceedings. Academy of Management
Paper

Exploring the influence of observational learning in the prior to start-up stage
Zozimo, R., Jack, S., Hamilton, E. 2014
Conference paper

Exploring the role of observation in the entrepreneurial process
Zozimo, R., Jack, S., Hamilton, E. 2014
Conference paper

Observational learning for entrepreneurs: practitioners' report
Zozimo, R., Jack, S., Hamilton, E. 2014 Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development. 8 p.
Other report

Conceptualizing the observational side of entrepreneurial learning: a social learning theory approach
Zozimo, R., Jack, S., Hamilton, E. 2012
Conference paper

Conceptualizing the observational side of entrepreneurial learning: A social learning theory approach
Zozimo , R., Jack, S., Hamilton, E. 2012 In: Babson Entrepreneurship Conference.
Conference contribution

Influencing factors of entrepreneurial learning from peers
Zozimo, R., Jack, S., Hamilton, E. 2011
Conference paper