Associate Professor in Management and Entrepreneurship
Department of International Studies
York University, Glendon Campus
Angelo Dossou-Yovo is Associate Professor in the department of International studies at York University, Glendon Campus. He currently teaches management and entrepreneurship courses in the new Glendon/emLyon dual degree undergraduate program in International studies and Business administration. He received his Ph.D. in Management from Université du Quebec A Montreal (UQAM, Quebec) in 2011. His research interests include the growth process of small businesses, the innovation process of small businesses in the high technology industry, innovation systems and entrepreneurial ecosystem, International entrepreneurship. His work has been published in scholarly journals such as International Journal of Technology Management, Revue d’économie régionale & urbaine, Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation, The Innovation Journal.
Management, Project Management, International entrepreneurship, Innovation systems, Entrepreneurial ecosystem, Project management, , Small business.
Ph.D., Business Administration, Université du Québec A Montréal (Canada), 2011.
MBA, Project Management, University Senghor (Egypt), 2003.
B.Sc., Civil Engineering, International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering - 2iE, (Burkina Faso), 1998.
Certified Project Manager (PMP), Project Management Institute (USA), 2014.
Design thinking for innovative problem solving: A step by step project course
Darden School Foundation, University of Virginia, USA, 2014.
SAP – Developing Software using Design Thinking course
German Hasso Plattner Institute, Postdam, 2014.
Enterprise Resource Planning Simulation (ERPsim), Level 1 Training for educators
SAP University Alliances Academic Workshop, Atlanta, GA, 2014.
Student Entrepreneurship Bootcamp, Training for educators
SAP University Alliances Summer Workshop, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA, July 7- 10, 2014.
Investment Funds in Canada course
Investment Funds Institute of Canada (IFC), Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2006.
Life License Qualification Program (LLQP)
Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2006.
Training in Entrepreneurship, Summer School for International Young Entrepreneurs, Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbooke, Quebec, Canada. (I won the award for the best business plan). 2002.
Summary of Research Interests: I am interested in the dynamics throughout the innovation process and the growth process in small businesses, as well as the influence of the actors and the factors related to the entrepreneurship ecosystem and the innovation system. I use a longitudinal approach to investigate these processes that are treated as black boxes in past studies. The outcomes of my research provide new tools to growth-oriented entrepreneurs, small business innovation managers and public policy makers.
Research Methodologies: Mix methods, Econometric
models, Data analysis, Network analysis, System analysis
1. Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle and Dossou-Yovo, Angelo. 2015. Territory, Innovation Processes in SMEs, and Intermediary Actors : The Case of the ICT Sector in the Greater Montreal Area International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 69 (1), pp. 1-19.
2. Dossou-Yovo, Angelo. 2015. Entrepreneurial Growth Aspirations and Familiarity with Key Economic Development Organizations: Evidence from Canadian Firms. Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation, Vol. 11 (4), pp. 161-184.
3. Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle, Klein, Juan-Luis, Dossou-Yovo, Angelo, Ben Hassen, Tarek. 2012. Les acteurs intermédiaires dans le développement de l’innovation : une comparaison intersectorielle dans la région de Montréal. Revue d’économie régionale & urbaine, Volume 3, pp. 431-434.
4. Dossou-Yovo, Angelo and Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle. 2012. Public Policy, Intermediaries and Innovation System Performance : A comparative Analysis of Quebec and Ontario. The Innovation Journal, Vol. 17 (1), pp. 2-20.
2015. "Business Environment and Small Business Growth", Dalhousie DFA fund, $2,300.
2014. "Entrepreneurial Ecosystem and SME Growth", Dalhousie Rowe fund, $5,000.
2014. "Innovation process and Small Businesses", SSHRC RDF fund, $1,000.
2014. "SME Innovation Performance and Collaborations with Universities", Dalhousie DFA fund, $2,200.
2007-2010. "Small Business Innovation Process and Role of Intermediaries", Graduate Scholarship, $15,000.
2003-2005. "Small Business Innovation Process and Role of Intermediaries", UQAM Graduate Scholarship, $10,000.