17-09-01

Swedish Schumpeter Lecture 2017: Mark Skousen

On October 3 Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum will organize Swedish Schumpeter Lecture 2017. This year’s lecturer is Dr Mark Skousen. He is famous for highlighting GO – Gross Output as a complementary measure to GDP, is the author of over 25 books, including The Structure of Production and Making of Modern Economics, and was recently appointed one of the world's most influential living economists.

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17-09-01

CGEUI Workshop on Corporate Governance and Investment

On September 7-8 the 19th Corporate Governance and Investment Workshop will be held at the Waxholm Hotel organized by the professors Johan Eklund, Per-Olof Bjuggren and Dennis C. Mueller. The workshop will be followed by a seminar within the EU project on Corporate Governance and  European Integration on September 9-10.

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17-06-21

Network Update: Corporate Governance and EU Integration

The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) recently organized a Jean Monnet Cluster meeting in Brussels, focusing on Jean Monnet Networks. It gathered coordinators and partners of Networks selected since 2014. The Corporate Governance and EU Integration (CGEUI) network was presented by Pernilla Norlin, Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum and Evgeni Peev, Vienna University of Economics […]

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17-06-14

Braunerhjelm on taxes and entrepreneurial activity at Druid 17

Pontus Braunerhjelm, Research Director Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum and Professor Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, is attending one of the world’s premier academic conferences on innovation and the dynamics of structural, institutional and geographic change. In his presentation of the paper Taxes, the tax administrative burden and the entrepreneurial life cycle, Braunerhjelm referred to entrepreneurs that […]

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17-05-18

Focus on property rights for Global Award 2017

On Monday May 15 the 2017 Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research was awarded to Hernando de Soto, founder of the think-tank Institute of Liberty and Democracy (ILD), in Lima, Peru. In his prize lecture, he referred to a large parallel world of five billion people without property rights or evidence of who they are. These five billion are not part of social networks of trust, said de Soto when receiving the award from Minister of Finance Magdalena Andersson. He also showed his own passport and credit card as an illustration of how people in developed countries can easily travel and do business.

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17-05-04

Global Award 2017: Prize ceremony and lecture

The Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research is the leading international award for research on entrepreneurship. The Prize is awarded annually with a prize sum of EUR 100,000. This year, the award is awarded to Hernando de Soto, Head of the Institute for Liberty and Democracy (ILD) in Lima, Peru. He holds a prize lecture in […]

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17-03-31

The Nordic philanthropy model: holistic and impact driven

On the fifth annual edition of Swedish Philanthropy Summit an interview study with over 40 Nordic philanthropists and foundation representatives was launched and a specific Nordic philanthropy model was presented. Documentation from the event is now available, why not watch the webcast?

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17-03-24

Creating impact through philanthropy – A Nordic perspective  

Zurich/Stockholm [ ]: Today, UBS and the Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum launched a study on philanthropy in the Nordic countries, entitled “Creating impact through philanthropy – a Nordic perspective”. The study was based on in-depth interviews with over 40 philanthropists across Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden focusing on issues such as donor motivations and influences, philanthropic […]

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