Peter Moroz

Associate Professor (Entrepreneurship)
Leaders Council Research Scholar

Office: ED 524.8
Phone: 306-585-6295

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Doctor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Faculty of Business & Law, Deakin University, 2012
Bachelor of Arts, Dual Major in Political Science & English Literature Studies, University of Saskatchewan, 1998

BUS 302 Small Business Management
BUS 340 Government Finance

I am interested in using process theory to better understand how entrepreneurial opportunities are conceived, evaluated and exploited within specific socio-spatial defined contexts to create innovative economic value for a wide range of stakeholders. Some of the specific contexts of interest to me are Universities, Aboriginal communities, Non-profit corporations and Virtual and three dimensional computer based platforms/worlds.

My doctoral research framed the socio-spatial realities of universities by viewing them as communities that are challenged with facilitating entrepreneurial outcomes in the form of technology transfer, commercialization and interaction with firms. I am currently qualitatively and quantitatively testing the empirical frameworks developed and building tools for both policy and practice.