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Awarding Entrepreneurship Research: A Presentation of the Global Award

Reprint No. 2009:16

Author(s): Pontus Braunerhjelm and Magnus HenreksonYear: 2009 Title: Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice Volume (No.): 33 (3) Pages: 809–814

Awarding Entrepreneurship Research: A Presentation of the Global Award Pontus Braunerhjelm and Magnus Henrekson


On January 29, 2009, professor Scott A. Shane, CaseWestern Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio), became the first recipient of the Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research, an upgrade of the previous award given annually since 1996, and since then firmly established as the leading prize for outstanding research contributions in the area. The objective of this essay is to present the background to and the organizations behind the award; to describe how candidates are nominated, evaluated, and selected; and to give a clear account of the criteria that guide the Prize Committee in their selection of award winners.


Reference:
Braunerhjelm, Pontus and Magnus Henrekson (2009), "Awarding Entrepreneurship Research: A Presentation of the Global Award". Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 33(3), 809–814.

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