Dr. Magdalena Streicher

Ehemalige wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research



Arbeitsbereiche:

Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship Education, Entrepreneurial Ventures, Entrepreneurship-Stimuli, Unterstützungsmöglichkeiten für junge Unternehmen, Innovationsklima

Wissenschaftlicher Werdegang

2014 - 2018
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Max-Planck-Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb (Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research). Dissertation: “Stimuli for Entrepreneurship: Quantitative Evidence from High School Education, Start-up Acceleration, and Organizational Transformation.”

Seit 2014
Postgraduales Studium Betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung (Master of Business Research) an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

2009 - 2014
Diverse praktische Tätigkeiten, u.a. bei Delta Immobilien Verwaltungs-, Vermittlungs- und Verwertungsgesellschaft m.b.H, Siemens VAI Metals Technologies GmbH, LKW Walter Internationale Transportorganisation AG, Talent Rocket GmbH, Lehrstuhl für Entrepreneurship und Innovation (Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Franke), Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien

2008 - 2012
Studium der Betriebswirtschaftslehre (M.Sc., CEMS MIM), Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, ESSEC Paris / Frankreich, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi / Italien

Wiss. Preise / Ehrungen / Mitgliedschaften

2014
Würdigungspreis des Bundesministers für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Wirtschaft

Publikationen

Artikel in referierten Fachzeitschriften

Streicher, Magdalena; Rosendahl Huber, Laura; Moberg, Kåre; Jørgensen, Casper; Redford, Dana (2019). Filling in the Blanks? The Impact of Entrepreneurship Education on European High School Students, Academy of Management Proceedings, 2019:1. DOI

  • This paper provides causal evidence on whether entrepreneurship education programs constitute an effective policy tool to promote entrepreneurial self-efficacy, attitudes and intentions. In a unique empirical setting we analyze the impact of a large scale European entrepreneurship program by means of a randomized field experiment in upper secondary education and find that the educational intervention is associated with a significant increase in entrepreneurial self-efficacy, and financing, ambiguity and marshalling skills. Our estimations further suggest that children who had been exposed to experiential entrepreneurship education prior to the program, or whose parents are of low educational attainment profit disproportionately more from the intervention than other students. We thus conclude that ex ante differences between children have important implications on the extent to which the benefits of educational initiatives can be reaped.

Monographien

Streicher, Magdalena (2019). Stimuli for Entrepreneurship: Quantitative Evidence from High School Education, Start-up Acceleration, and Organizational Transformation. Berlin: ProBusiness.

    Vorträge

    29.08.2018
    Filling in the Blanks: The Impact of Entrepreneurship Education on European High School Students
    Doktorandenseminar, Max-Planck-Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb
    Ort: Kreuth


    28.06.2018
    Entrepreneurial Spawning in Turbulent Times: Evidence from the Decline of Nokia in Finland
    TIME Seminar
    Ort: München


    12.03.2018
    Entrepreneurial Spawning in Finland
    Doktorandenseminar, Max-Planck-Institut für Innovation und Wettbewerb
    Ort: Zugspitze

    Projekte