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Erik E. Lehmann is a Full Professor of Management and Organization at Augsburg University, Germany and Director of the Program Global Business Management (GBM), and Dean of Student Affairs. He received his doctoral degree 1999 from Rostock University and his habilitation (venia legendi) from Konstanz University in 2005. From 2004-2005 he joined the Max Planck Institute (Jena) as an assistant director. Together with Silvio Vismara (University of Bergamo/Italy) he directs the CISAlpino Institute for Comparative Studies in Europe (CCSE). Lehmann’s research is focused on the links between corporate governance in family and entrepreneurial firms, innovation, public policy, education and innovation systems, financial constraints and regional and global competition. He serves as an associate editor of Small Business Economics: An Entrepreneurial Journal. His research has been published in leading academic journals like Review of Finance, Research Policy, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Small Business Economics: An Entrepreneurship Journal, Journal of Small Business Management, Review of Accounting and Finance, Journal of Technology Transfer among others. His most recent books include Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth by Oxford University Press in 2006, Technology Transfer in a Global Economy by Springer in 2012 and Corporate Governance in Small and Medium Sized firms with Edward Elgar in 2011.