Best Reviewer Award for researcher Jeroen Neckebrouck

Jeroen Neckebrouck, Doctoral Research Associate at Vlerick Business School, has been awarded a Best Reviewer Award within the Entrepreneurship Division of the Academy of Management (AOM) at the 2016 annual meeting in Anaheim (US). Each year the AOM rewards individuals who provide especially high-quality reviews of submissions made to the annual meeting.

Jeroen specializes in Family Businesses and Private Equity. “By acting as a reviewer, I remain up-to-date with first-hand information on trends and theories in the field of my expertise, well before these articles are published. I gave feedback on three papers and in return the authors evaluated the quality of my remarks and suggestions.” As he did so well Jeroen obtained the highest score and won this Best Reviewer Award.

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