From Insight to Impact: Recent Activities at the Global Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research Talks in December The GCEI hosted several research talks this December. On December 3, Prof. Tomi Laamanen shared his insights on publishing in Long Range Planning, where he is editor-in-chief. This week, Rasmus Rahm, Director of the Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship (SSES) visited the GCE&I and had a talk on Entrepreneurship Education, sharing insights both from his research as well as from his work at the SSES. Prof. Miriam Bird at the Global Good Congress On November 2, 2018, Prof. Miriam Bird presented her most recent research insights on the design of new venture teams at the Global Good Congress, a conference organized by EPFL Tech4Impact and the GoodFestival which is dedicated to sustainable innovation. Both practitioners and researchers attended Prof. Bird's presentation to learn about the role of power and pay distributions within entrepreneurial teams. Research Seminar with Prof. Dean Shepherd On September 18, 2018, Prof. Dean Shepherd visited the GCEI and shared his strategies and advices for academic careers in entrepreneurship and management. The audience benefitted from his valuable insights on writing and successfully publishing academic papers. Research Talks in May This month, Frédéric Delmar, Dean Shepherd and Gerald George visited us at the Global Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. They shared with us their latest insights into entrepreneurship, business growth and management research challenges. These findings now flow into our own teaching, training and research. Visit from Thailand A Thai delegation of leading reasearchers and professors visited the Global Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (GCEI) on Monday, May 28. The goal was to discuss possible cooperations in teaching and research between Thai universities and the GCEI. Seminar "Getting Ready to Become a Top Scholar" On February 22-23, the GCEI organized a PhD and Post-Doc seminar called “Getting ready to become a top scholar”. The objective of this seminar was to provide a forum for discussion and give young scholars the opportunity to get feedback on their current work. Further, “hot” topics in entrepreneurship and innovation research as well as essentials of how to get published in top journals were discussed. The keynote speech was held by Prof. Filippo Carlo Wezel, University of Lugano.