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Zur Stärkung der internationalen Zusammenarbeit in den FGF Bereichen Entrepreneurship, Innovation und Mittelstand werden entsprechende Kooperationen mit europäischen und außereuropäischen Partnern eingegangen.

To strengthen international cooperation in the FGF areas on entrepreneurship, innovation and SME we cooperate with European and other international partner-organizations.

  • Belgium
    The Belgian Entrepreneurship Research Network (BERN) brings together informally the Belgian researchers in entrepreneurship active in all Belgian universities and business schools. The BERN Committee is organizing the Belgian Entrepreneurship Research Day (BERD), a scientific event that yearly takes place, enabling interaction and discussion of the BERN members‘ research. The first BERD took place in University of Antwerp (2010). FGF contact for the BERN: Prof. dr Marcus Dejardin, email: marcus.dejardin@unamur.be

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    Académie de l’Entrepreneuriat et de l’Innovation (AEI)
    The Academy of Entrepreneurship was created by different universe teachers: university, school, business school and engineering, IUT, … „.Hosted by FNEGE (National Foundation for Teaching of Business Administration), it is supported by many institutions and personalities of education recognized in the world of entrepreneurship and the young company.

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    Dutch Academy of Research in Entrepreneurship (DARE)
     The Dutch Academy of Research in Entrepreneurship (DARE) was established in 2012 in collaboration with the Dutch research program on Small and Medium-sized enterprises and entrepreneurship. DARE is an active research community of distinguished researchers on entrepreneurship, involving more then ten Universities and ten Universities of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. The chair of DARE is professor Roy Thurik of the Erasmus School of Economics and Nardo de Vries of Maastricht University is the current Secretary.