The 9th Annual Roundtable for Engineering Entrepreneurship Research (REER) is accepting academic papers for its conference November 13-15 at Georgia Tech College of Management. Submissions are due by September 1.
REER's purpose is to bring together leading scholars from a variety of disciplines to exchange research on technology entrepreneurship. Among the topics of interest are the commercialization of technology developed from industrial or university research, as well as the university/industry interface, organizational forms (e.g. incubators, venture firms, banks, associations, industry groups), and legal and regulatory factors in technology entrepreneurship.
Theoretical and empirical papers, as well as student submissions are welcome. Special funding from the National Science Foundation Integrative Graduate Education and Research Funding (IGERT) will support an award for the best student paper. The College will support travel expenses for one author for accepted papers.
Submissions should be submitted electronically to Jennifer Smith at . For more information, contact Smith or Marie Thursby at
REER is cosponsored by Marion Ewing Kauffman Foundation, Georgia Tech CIBER, and the National Science Foundation IGERT Grant.