RENT XXXIV Conference was successfully organised online on 18-20 November 2020. The conference ended with an award ceremony that was organised during the Annual General Meeting of the ECSB.
The following awards were given at the RENT 2020. Congratulations for the winners and nominees!
ECSB Best Doctoral Proposal Award
Anneke Edmonds (Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University) for the paper “High-tech university incubator: impact on women’s entrepreneurial intentions and practice”
ECSB Post-Doctoral Paper Development Workshop Award 2019–2020
Katrin M. Smolka (Warwick Business School) for the paper “How Military Innovation Leads to Civil Market-ready Products: The Case Of Drones” (co-author Pursey P.M.A.R. Heugens, Rotterdam School of Management
International Small Business Journal (ISBJ)’s Best Paper Award challenging the conventional wisdom in Entrepreneurship
Annalisa Sentuti (University of Urbino Carlo Bo), Francesca Cesaroni (University of Urbino Carlo Bo) and Paola Demartini (Roma Tre University) for the paper “How do fathers influence daughters’ identity as family business leaders in the post-succession phase?”
1. Silke Tegtmeier, Oliver Niebuhr and Tim Schweisfurth (University of Southern Denmark): How Money Talks: Speech Melody and Venture Evaluation
2. Eva Kasperova (Aston University) and John Kitching (Kingston University): Welfare State: A Facilitator or Inhibitor of Inclusive Entrepreneurship?
3. Annalisa Sentuti (University of Urbino Carlo Bo), Francesca Cesaroni (University of Urbino Carlo Bo) and Paola Demartini (Roma Tre University): How do fathers influence daughters’ identity as family business leaders in the post-succession phase?
José Maria Veciana Best Paper Award (for a young researcher)
Niklas Kurth (RWTH Aachen University) for the paper “How Investor Characteristics of BA and VC Influence the Occurrence of Co-investments”
Nominees: 1) Niklas Kurth, 2) Maximilian Eckel, 3) Jairo Orozco
Best Reviewer Nominees RENT 2020 (for the recognition of their work)
Dagmar Hattenberg (University of Groningen
Margo Enthoven (Stockholm School of Economics)
Sanna Ilonen (University of Turku)
Seventeenth Fellow of the European Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Robert Blackburn, University of Liverpool