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Entrepreneurship and Governance

Innovation and growth are associated with successful entrepreneurship and governance. This research area is devoted to the conditions and contexts under which new businesses can be successfully started and grown. Aspects of corporate governance such as risk management, auditing and financial accounting are also crucial factors for the development of entities. The role of asymmetric information and incentive mechanisms underlies these questions. It is a domain where interactions between economics and management can be usefully exploited.

Link to a video recording of a lecture of Professor John Bessant on October 7, 2014 at the Chamber of Commerce, Luxembourg:

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