Siri Terjesen is an Adjunct Professor as well as Dean’s Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship at Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business. Her research on entrepreneurship, corporate governance, and strategy has been published in leading journals such as Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, Journal of Operations Management, Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, Leadership Quarterly, Academy of Management Learning & Education, and Strategic Management Journal, and featured in leading media including Bloomberg, US News & World Report, the Times, Huffington Post, and CNBC.. She is an Associate Editor of Small Business Economics and Industry & Innovation, and a member of the editorial board of Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, Leadership Quarterly, and Corporate Governance: International Review. Siri is a co-author of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor’s Social Entrepreneurship report on the prevalence of social entrepreneurship in 60+ countries around the world. She is an affiliaated researcher with Catalyst (New York), Ratio Institute (Stockholm), and Indiana University (Institute for Development Studies). She has received numerous teaching awards from both student organizations and national associations.
|Farhoud, Mohamed; Shah, Sheeza; Stenholm, Pekka; Kibler, Ewald; Renko, Maija; Terjesen, Siri||Social enterprise crowdfunding in an acute crisis||Journal of Business Venturing Insights Volume 15 (6 pages); 2021|
|Martínez-García, Irma; Terjesen, Siri; Gómez-Ansón, Silvia||Board Gender Diversity Codes, Quotas and Threats of Supranational Legislation: Impact on Director Characteristics and Corporate Outcomes||British Journal of Management (31 pages); 2021|
|Brieger, Steven A; Bäro, Anne; Criaco, Giuseppe; Terjesen, Siri||Entrepreneurs’ age, institutions, and social value creation goals: A multi-country study||Small Business Economics; 2020|
|Darnihamedani, Pourya; Terjesen, Siri||Male and female entrepreneurs’ employment growth ambitions: the contingent role of regulatory efficiency||Small Business Economics (20 pages); 2020|