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Awards for Excellence
Giles Barrett, Trevor Jones, David McEvoy and Chris McGoldrickCentre for Social Science, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK
are the recipients of the journal's Outstanding Paper Award for Excellence for their paper
"The economic embeddedness of immigrant enterprise in Britain"
which appeared in International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, Vol. 8 No. 1/2, 2002
Dr Giles Barrett is Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at Liverpool John Moores University. He was the British partner in the European Union Fourth Framework Targeted Socio-Economic Research network ''Working on the Fringes''. He has completed a number of consultancies for public sector bodies in North West England. His publications include papers in Urban Studies Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, and several edited volumes.
Trevor P. Jones is Visiting Professor in the Department of Corporate Strategy at De Montfort University and was formerly Reader in Social Geography at Liverpool John Moores University. His papers on ethnic minority business have appeared in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, New Community, New Economy, Revue EuropÅene des Migrations Internationales, Social Forces, Sociological Review, Urban Studies, Work Employment and Society, and several edited books. He was senior author of Geographical Issues in Western Europe (1988) and Social Geography (1989).
David McEvoy is Emeritus Professor of Urban Geography at Liverpool John Moores University. He was Director of the School of Social Science in that university from 1991 to 1998. His research on ethnic minority residence and on ethnic minority business in Britain and Canada stretches over 20 years. It has been funded by the Social Science Research Council (UK), the Economic and Social Research Council (UK), the Commission for Racial Equality (UK) and the Canadian High Commission in London.
Chris McGoldrick is an independent consultant who also works with base line research and survey within Liverpool John Moores University. She is an experienced fund-raiser from EU and UK sources for education and urban regeneration projects involving public and private sector organizations. Her teaching and research interests include black and minority ethnic business, urban and social policy issues, and employability and learning in higher education.