The issue of entrepreneurship in regional development has led to the emergence of a Citizen Entrepreneurship (CE) approach. CE promotes the idea of pro-active involvement of citizens in the private, social, and public forms of new venture creation. In conditions of public sector institutions’ crisis on the one hand and the “over-marketization” of public on the other, local communities develop new forms of satisfying collective needs. It results in experimentation and the emergence of new approaches to regional policies. The research network may be a platform to discuss the idea of Citizen Entrepreneurship conceptually, empirically (case studies already elaborated), and methodically.