Three highly commended award winners at Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2012

2012.04.25 | Merete Elmann

The Department of Business Administration congratulates Mai Linneberg, Helle Neergaard, and Alice Grønhøj and Tino Bech-Larsen for their papers being chosen as Highly Commended Award Winners at the Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2012. 

Mai Linneberg’s article has been published in Society and Business Review and it is entitled ‘The illusory nature of standards: the case of standards for organic agriculture’.

Helle Neergaard and Claus Thrane’s article has been published in International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship and it is entitled ‘The Nordic Welfare Model: barrier or facilitator of women’s entrepreneurship in Denmark?’.

Alice Grønhøj, Tino Bech-Larsen, Kara Chan and Gerard Prendergast's article has been published in Young Consumers: Insight and Ideas for Responsible Marketers and it is entitled 'Danish and Chinese adolescents' perceptions of healthy eating and attitudes toward regulatory measures'.

The award winning papers have been chosen following consultation among the journals’ editorial teams, many of whom are eminent academics or managers. These papers have been selected as they were among the most impressive pieces of work the teams have seen throughout 2011.