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More Success for Australian Centre for Family Business

Professor Ken Moores and Dr Justin Craig are celebrating further successes with the Australian Centre for Family Business.

A paper co-authored by Professor Moores and Dr Craig titled “Championing Family Business Issues to Influence Public Policy: Evidence from Australia” was awarded the Best Policy-oriented Research Paper Award at the 9th Annual International Family Enterprise Research Academy (ifera) conference. This international acknowledgment is particularly significant as the award is an initiative of GEEF-European Group of Owner Managed Family Enterprises, and further highlights the relevance of the research undertaken by the Australian Centre for Family Business (ACFB).

Dr Justin Craig was one of three recipients of the 2009 Outstanding Reviewer Award for Family Business Review (FBR). FBR is an A ranked journal on the Australian Business Dean’s List.

Congratulations Ken and Justin!

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