The Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research

@article{Henrekson2008TheGA,
  title={The Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research},
  author={Magnus Henrekson and Anders Lundstr{\"o}m},
  journal={Small Business Economics},
  year={2008},
  volume={32},
  pages={1-14}
}
The International Award for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Research was introduced in 1996, and it is now firmly established as the most prestigious award for outstanding research contributions in this subject area. Thanks to a generous donation from the Swedish entrepreneur Rune Andersson, it has been possible to make a number of changes aimed at strengthening global recognition of the Prize even further: the name is being changed to the Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research, the… 

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