Vershinina, N. and Barrett, R. (2011) “Building the Base for Cross National Comparisons of Ethnic Entrepreneurship: Understanding Polish Entrepreneurs in Western Australia”, 34th International Small Business Conference, London, UK (9-11 November, 2011) (Best Paper in Track: Entrepreneurship in Minority Groups).
Vershinina, N. and Rodionova,Y. (2010) “Process and Dynamics of self-employment of legal and illegal Ukrainian immigrants in London” 33rd International Small Business Conference, London, UK (3-4 November, 2010).
Vershinina, N. and Rodionova,Y.(2010) “Issues in studying hidden populations: legal and illegal self-employed Ukrainian immigrants in London” EIASM RENT XXIV - Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Conference, Maastricht, Netherlands (17-19 November 2010).
McHardy, P. and Vershinina, N. (2010) “The role of auto-catalysis in creativity in human networks at the edge of chaos” EDINEB conference, Crossing borders between disciplines track, TVU, London.
Vershinina, N., Barrett, R., Meyer, M. (2009) “'Researching Immigrant Entrepreneurial Development: An Ethnographic Study of Polish Entrepreneurs in Leicester”, EIASM RENT XXIII - Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Conference, Budapest, Hungary (19-20 November 2009).
Vershinina, N., Barrett, R., McHardy, P.(2009) “Entrepreneurial decision making - exploration into entrepreneurial logic”, Celebrating 3 decades of excellence in education, research and practice: at the cutting edge of international entrepreneurship, 32nd International Small Business Conference, Liverpool, UK (3-6 November, 2009).
Vershinina, N. and Meyer, M. (2008) “Polish Entrepreneurs and Social Capital”, International Entrepreneurship - promoting excellence in education, research & practice, 31st International Small Business Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Vershinina, N., McHardy, P., Berg, P. And Watson-Regan, L. (2008) “Learning to Work at the ‘Edge of Chaos’ Using Simulations and Role-Plays in Creative Management Education: Testing the boundaries of learning in the UK and Denmark”, presented at Advances in Business Education and Training 15th EDINEB Conference, Malaga, Spain.