Vlerick joins the ENSR research network

Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School has recently joined the European Network for Social and Economic Research (ENSR). The network consists of 35 members in 27 EU and 6 non-EU countries and focuses applied policy research with a special emphasis on small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) and entrepreneurship. Through its members, which include academic institutions, research organisations and consultants, in total more than 600 highly qualified researchers specialised in applied economic and social research are brought together. ENSR conducts about 20-25 European studies per year.

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