Int’l Research & Policy Roundtable

Here’s a great opportunity for scholars interested in research and policy issues that relate to high-growth international entrepreneurship. The Kauffman Foundation calls for paper abstracts on this very interesting issue, and the authors of selected papers are invited to participate in the roundtable discussion in Liverpool in March. Here’s the CFP:

The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is seeking experts on high-growth entrepreneurship policy to contribute to the creation of a global policy roadmap for advancing entrepreneurship. Scholars are invited to submit abstracts for papers to be considered for presentation at a roundtable discussion at the Kauffman-sponsored Global Entrepreneurship Congress, March 11-12, 2012, in Liverpool, UK.

This research and policy roundtable will focus on international issues for high-growth firms. The roundtable will provide input into the potential development of a global policy “roadmap” or framework for creating the right environment for building and scaling high-growth firms.

Those interested in participating may submit an abstract on the submission site. Those selected to submit a paper also will be invited to the roundtable event and the GEC in March 2012, where key themes and findings from the papers will be discussed in further detail and potentially published in an edited book. Travel expenses for the conference will be covered by the Kauffman Foundation.

Deadline for abstracts is set to 10/31. More information and submission instructions are available at www.kauffman.org/globalpapers.

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