Article by Minna Halme, Sara Lindeman and Paula Linna won the Emerald Citations of Excellence for 2015 Award

 

The article “Innovation for Inclusive Business: Intrapreneurial Bricolage in Multinational Corporations”, Journal of Management Studies, 2012, won the Emerald Citations of Excellence for 2015 award. Professor Minna Halme wrote the article together with the Project Manager of New Global, Sara Lindeman from the faculty of management and grad student Paula Linna.

Emerald Group Publishing awards an annual certificate to articles in Management, Finance, Accounting, Economics and Mmarketing which has been significantly referred to. Emerand Group has published articles in the aforementioned fields for almost 50 years. When giving out certificates, The jury pays special attention to the fact that articles are recent and interesting in a multidisciplinary sense.

Further information:
Professori Minna Halme
minna.halme@aalto.fi
p. 040 353 8251
http://newglobal.aalto.fi/
https://aaltoglobalimpact.org

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