Bruegel’s Karen Wilson appointed to Senior Fellow
A year after joining Bruegel as a Visiting Scholar, Karen Wilson was appointed Senior Fellow on the 1st of November 2013. Wilson's work at Bruegel focuses on entrepreneurship and innovation.
A year after joining Bruegel as a Visiting Scholar, Karen Wilson was appointed Senior Fellow on the 1st of November 2013. Wilson’s work at Bruegel focuses on entrepreneurship and innovation.
Wilson also works as a consultant in the Structural Policy Division of the Science, Technology and Industry Directorate at the OECD. She served as a Senior Fellow at the Kauffman Foundation from 2008-2012. In 2004, she founded GV Partners, a firm focused on entrepreneurship research and consulting.
Karen is a Board Member and Advisor of the European Foundation for Entrepreneurship Research (EFER), a member of the European Leadership Council for Harvard Business School, a Research and Policy Advisor for the U.K. Prince’s Trust Youth Business International (YBI), and an expert on the European Commission Horizon 2020 Access to Risk Finance Advisory Group.
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