40@4 Webinar Series
Global Longevity Economy: The Critical Role of Entrepreneurs
UMBC's Erickson School of Aging Studies' second of two webinars in the Longevity Economy is May 5th.
Dr. Zhang will discuss entrepreneurship among older individuals based on her multiple research studies funded by the Kauffman Foundation. In her talk, she will examine the age-entrepreneurship relationship that extends the occupational choice to eight entrepreneur types and four generational modification effects for the United State older population. Dr. Zhang will also present her new findings on digitization and older entrepreneurship. We are certain her presentation will produce exciting thoughts/discussion from the audience.
Speakers: Ting Zhang, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Accounting, Finance, and Economics, University of Baltimore & Associate Director, Jacob France Institute
Moderated by: Brittany Weinberg, MBA, MSG, Founder & CEO, BW Global Consulting, LLC