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Lazaridis Institute SMEs & International Entrepreneurship Best Paper Prize
The Lazaridis Institute (LI) for the Management of Technology Enterprises sponsors the Lazaridis Institute SMEs & International Entrepreneurship Prize – awarded for the best paper in the SMEs (Small and Medium-sized Enterprises) & International Entrepreneurship track that is presented at the EIBA Annual Conference. Winners are officially announced at the EIBA Annual Conference award ceremony. The sponsorship of this money prize (to accompany one of the existing EIBA Conference Track Best Paper Awards) is gratefully acknowledged. Initiated in 2017 by President Lucia Piscitello (Politecnico di Milano), the prize will be launched at the EIBA 2017 Milan conference.
The Lazaridis Institute was established to help Canadian technology companies become globally competitive. We help firms reach their next level of growth through innovative new programs and a global network of expert mentors. We conduct insightful research to develop new knowledge about management as it relates to technology companies. As part of the Lazaridis School of Business & Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University, we create links between international research, best practices in global scaling and curriculum to directly benefit our students.
Information on the Lazaridis Institute for the Management of Technology Enterprises is available here.
Pavlina JASOVSKA, Hussain RAMMAL, Carl RHODES & Danielle LOGUE (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia)
Intra-industry competition and power in the beer industry: How small players delegitimise large multinationals.