(416) 736-2100 ext. 77917
Office: Room N303F, SSB
Area(s) of Expertise
- Career Development
- Diversity in the Workplace
- Women in Management
- Work & Family
About Hazel Rosin
My current interest is in Entrepreneurship, where I focus on investigating how to nurture and stimulate entrepreneurship in developing economies. I have a particular interest in Africa. Research indicates that small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are a significant source of economic and employment growth, and many developing economies are striving to nurture this sector by nurturing entrepreneurship. My interests lie in exploring and understanding how this process unfolds via some of the following questions: 1) Are there approaches to entrepreneur development that are especially effective? 2) Why are some societies more entrepreneurial? Does culture play a role? Through which mechanisms? 3) Are effective practices and policies that advance entrepreneurship rates cross-culturally replicable?
Nominated for Seymour Schulich Award for Teaching Excellence
Rosin, H.M., & Korabik, K. (2012). Intention to Leave Scale, Reasons for Leaving Scale, Job Demands Scale, Met Expectations Scale. PsycTESTS Database. American Psychological Association.
Courses TaughtStrategic Career Management
The Art and Science of Leadership
International Dimensions of Organizational Behaviour
Individuals and Groups in Organizations
Project Title Role Award Amount Year Awarded Granting Agency Project TitleEntrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Culture in Developing and Emerging Markets: An institutional and resource-based view of determinants linking entrepreneurship to economic growth in the case of South Africa RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$5,000.00 Year Awarded2009 Granting AgencySchulich School of Business - Schulich Minor Research Grant (seed)