– Using complex adaptive systems theory to strengthen entrepreneurial ecosystems.
– Measuring changes in transition characteristics to enable governments to take a complexity approach when addressing wicked problems.
– Supporting the scholar-practitioner roles of scholar-systems social entrepreneur and scholar-systems steward to address the rigour-relevance divide of entrepreneurship research.
– Integrating nature-based solutions into the Australian social enterprise sector.
– Developing a toolkit to assist street level workers and elected officials to play unplanned exploration and planned exploitation roles in communities.
– Using Mariana Mazzucato’s mission-oriented policy framework as an overarching framework to combine three Australian systems social entrepreneurship approaches.