International Schumpeter SocietyThe International Schumpeter Society was founded in 1986 at the initiative of Wolfgang F. Stolper and Horst Hanusch.
Its purpose is to further research in directions that are of interest in the spirit of Joseph A. Schumpeter. It is incorporated as a non-profit German corporation with headquarters in Augsburg, Germany. The membership totals to 375 members from 44 countries (March 2015).
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Schumpeter PrizeThe International Joseph Alois Schumpeter Society, ISS, is pleased to announce the 2018 Schumpeter Prize Competition. The prize is awarded every two years in recognition of a recent scholarly contribution related to Schumpeter's work. It carries a cash award of about 10,000 EURO.
"INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: SCHUMPETERIAN LEGACIES FROM ASIAN AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES"
has been designated by the managing board of the society as the topic for the 2018 competition.
Entries must be postmarked no later than March 1, 2018. Works submitted must be either unpublished or published subsequent to June 1, 2016. Submissions may be of article or book length. There is no page or format specification. Submissions will be judged by a committee headed by the President-Elect of the Society.
The winner will be announced and the award made at the congress of the society at the Seoul National University, Seoul, KOREA, July 2-4, 2018.
Submissions should be sent as an original and four additional copies to the committee chairman:
Prof. Massimo Egidi
LUISS Guido Carli, School of Government,
Via di Villa Emiliani 14 , 00197 Roma, Italia e-mail: email@example.com
phone: +Tel: +39 06 8522 5091
fax: +39 06 8522 5056
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Officers of the ISS (2016-2018):President
Keun LEE (South Korea)
Mariana MAZZUCATO (UK)
Jason POTTS (Australia)
Massimo EGIDI (Italy)
Board of Management
Semih AKCOMAK (TUR),
Valeria ARZA (ARG)
David AUDRETSCH (USA)
Dieter BÖGENHOLD (AU)
Guido BÜNSTORF (GER)
Jose Eduardo CASSIOLATO (BRA)
Carolina CASTALDI (NED)
Andreas CHAI (AUS)
Mario CIMOLI (CHI)
Aldo GEUNA (IT)
Magnus HOLMÉN (SVE)
Erika KRAEMER-MBULA (South Africa)
André LORENTZ (FR)
Elicia Maine (CAN)
Yao Ouyang (CHN)
Martha PREVEZER (UK)
Hiroshi Shimizu (JAP)