| 04.03.2016

Doctoral Student Silvia Stroe and Professor Joakim Wincent receive Best Quantitative Paper Award

The ACERE (Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange) 2016 World Conference Best Quantitative Paper has been awarded to doctoral student Silvia Stroe´s and professor Joakim Wincent´s article "Fear of failure and behavior inhibition in early-stage entrepreneurs: Regulation through passion and goal awareness”. Both Stroe and Wincent represent the subject Entrepreneurship and Management at Hanken.The annual Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange (ACERE) conference, managed and chaired by the Queensland University of Technology in partnership with universities across Australia, is an opportunity for entrepreneurship academics and research students to share insights into academia and the research process, and network in a supportive environment. More information:Silvia Stroe