Professor and Chair of the Entrepreneurship Division, Andrew Corbett, among Top 25 Entrepreneurship Researchers, according to new study
Babson College has been recognized as a leading academic institution producing some of the most impactful entrepreneurship research worldwide.
According to a new study published in the
Journal of Small Business Management –Contributing Forces in Entrepreneurship Research: A Global Citation Analysis, Babson is ranked No. 7, above Harvard, Stanford, Syracuse, and more.
In addition to ongoing research efforts by the faculty in Babson’s
Entrepreneurship Division, the College produces annual research results from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM). This venture, launched by Babson and the London Business School in 1999, has gained widespread recognition as the most authoritative longitudinal study of entrepreneurship in the world. This year, Babson has released the
GEM Global Report,
GEM Special Report on Senior Entrepreneurship, and
GEM Women’s Report. The next report is focused on entrepreneurship in the United States and is slated for release this November.
“Babson College and its faculty work diligently to produce research that is of the upmost use in studying the power of entrepreneurship globally,” said Babson College Provost
Michael Johnson. “We are proud to be recognized as one of the top 10 institutions in the world for entrepreneurship research, and look forward to the impact we can continue to create in utilizing entrepreneurship as a force for great economic and social value everywhere.”
The new study has also ranked Babson Professor and Chair of the Entrepreneurship Division,
Andrew Corbett as one of the Top 25 Entrepreneurship Research Scholars in the World.
Corbett’s research examines behavioral aspects of the entrepreneurial process, and the role of individuals within strategic renewal and innovations efforts within organizations. His research has appeared in
Harvard Business Review; the
Journal of Management Studies, the
Journal of Business Venturing;
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal;
Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice; and many others. In addition to his roles as professor and chair, Corbett mentors Babson entrepreneurs in the College’s
Butler Launchpad, is a visiting professor of entrepreneurship at Nord University Business School in Bodø, Norway, and serves as editor for the
Journal of Business Venturing, and co-editor of the
Advances in Entrepreneurship,
Firm Emergence, and
Growth book series.
“As a research scholar, Andrew Corbett continually creates impact above and beyond his role as chair, professor, and mentor to Babson’s Butler Launchpad accelerator entrepreneurs,” said Babson College Dean of Faculty
Bala Iyer. “This global recognition as one of the top 25 authors in entrepreneurship research is well-earned—and one that brings great pride to the entire Babson community, especially its Entrepreneurship Division.”
The study performed an analysis of 191,695 citations on 2,154 entrepreneurship articles, published in leading entrepreneurship and management journals from 2002 to 2013. The study’s authors found that “geographic diversity, international collaboration, top research scholars, and top research institutions enhance entrepreneurship research quality, which is measured by the number of citations per article.”
About Babson College
Babson College is the educator, convener, and thought leader for Entrepreneurship of All Kinds®. The top-ranked college for entrepreneurship education, Babson is a dynamic living and learning laboratory where students, faculty, and staff work together to address the real-world problems of business and society. We prepare the entrepreneurial leaders our world needs most: those with strong functional knowledge and the skills and vision to navigate change, accommodate ambiguity, surmount complexity, and motivate teams in a common purpose to make a difference in the world, and have an impact on organizations of all sizes and types. As we have for nearly a half-century, Babson continues to advance Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® as the most positive force on the planet for generating sustainable economic and social value.
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