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KSG Entrepreneurship Award

Since 2014, the Karl Schlecht Foundation has been offering the "KSG Entrepreneurship Award" for innovative studies. In cooperation with the Förderkreis Gründungs-Forschung e.V. (FGF) are assigned. The most important criterion is relevance for entrepreneurship research and practice. The following works have been awarded the KSG-Award so far:

2018 - two prizes:

Prof. Dr. Marcus Dejardin (University of Namur), Prof. Dr. Johanna Vanderstraeten (University of Antwerp), Prof. Dr. Julie Hermans (Université catholique de Louvain), Prof. Dr. Arjen van Witteloostuijn (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Title: SME innovativeness in a dynamic environment: Is there any value in combining causation and effectuation?

Daniel Blaseg (Goethe University Frankfurt am Main), Prof. Dr. Armin Schwienbacher (SKEMA Business School); Title: The fallacy problem of entrepreneurs

2017: Prof. Dr. Matthias Baum, Prof. Dr. Tanja Rabl (TU Kaiserslautern), Title: Does digital capital trigger employees' corporate entrepreneurship decisions? The moderating role of personal initiative and digital fluency

2016: Michael Maximilian Mödl (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich), title: Is Wisdom of the Crowd a Positive Signal? Effects of Crowdfinancing on subsequent Venture Capital Selection

2015: Matthias Schulz, Vivien Procher and Diemo Urbig (all Jackstadt Centres for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research at the University of Wuppertal), Title: The Impact of Firm Entry Deregulation on Hybrid Entrepreneurship

2014: Andreas Landgraf, Prof. Dr. Jörn Block (both University of Trier) and Prof. Dr. Thorsten Semrau (University of Cologne), Title: The differential impact of societal cultural practices on part-time and full-time entrepreneurship: A multilevel, multi-country study

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