Professor Ted Baker wins 2020 Foundation Paper Award for entrepreneurship
A paper by Ted Baker, professor and George F. Farris Chair in Entrepreneurship in the department of management and global business at Rutgers Business School, and his co-author, Reed E. Nelson, entitled Creating Something from Nothing: Resource Construction through Entrepreneurial Bricolage, Administrative Science Quarterly, won the prestigious 2020 Foundational Paper Award at the Academy of Management’s Entrepreneurship Division [see past winners].
This award honors a paper that has powerfully and positively changed the conversation in the field of entrepreneurship for at least a decade. To date, the paper has had 3,306 citations through Google Scholar [see citations].
This paper had previously won the 2011 "Greif Research Impact" award as the most highly cited entrepreneurship paper (in Web of Science) published in 2005.
Baker leads entrepreneurship efforts at Rutgers Business School after spending much of the first half of his life building a variety of technology-rich entrepreneurial ventures before joining academia.
See professor Ted Baker’s faculty profile.
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