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Research Associate at IFBB
Dr. Anh Dinh is a research associate at the IFBB. She is also an Accreditation Manager at the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart and a Research Fellow at the NasdaqCenter of Lehigh University, San Francisco. Previously, she was research associate at the University of Duisburg-Essen and at the Technical University of Dortmund. At the latter, she completed her doctorate in 2021 in the research area of entrepreneurship. She completed her studies at the University of Mannheim with stays abroad at Columbia University in New York and UC Berkeley in California.
Her research interests include entrepreneurial cognition and behavior, minority entrepreneurship, error competencies, professional research, learning motivation and learning culture.
Since 2022, Dr. Anh Dinh leads the “Learning Culture” Working Group convened by the IFBB.
Dinh, A./ Oberrauch, L./ Dewalt, S. (2022): What’s in a mindset? Exploring the entrepreneurial mindset. Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 25(4), 1-24.
Dinh, A./ Liening, A. (2020): Entrepreneurial relativity of rationality: a theoretical analysis of rationality in entrepreneurship education. Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 23(4).
Dinh, A./ Püplichhuysen, D. (2019): That is how I want to be as well – The meaning of role models and approaches for a role model-centered entrepreneurship education. T. Bijedic, I. Ebbers & B. Halbfas (Eds.), Entrepreneurship Education – Terminology – Theory – Understanding. Springer: Wiesbaden.
Haves, M./ Dinh, A. (2019): The emotional journey of entrepreneurship – The meaning of emotions in the establishment process and implications for entrepreneurship education. T. Bijedic, I. Ebbers & B. Halbfas (Eds.), Entrepreneurship Education – Terminology – Theory – Understanding. Springer: Wiesbaden.
Dinh, A./ Haves, M./ Retzmann, T. (2018): (How) Can entrepreneurship education enhance the individual coping capacity in crisis situations? J. Seifried, S. Seeber & B. Ziegler (Eds.), Yearbook of vocational and business education research. Budrich: Opladen.