According to a recent study titled "Mapping the research about organisations in the Latin American context" published in Management Review Quarterly, Clarkson professor & Reh Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurial Leadership, Christian Felzensztein, was named the most productive author on entrepreneurship on Latin America based on the number of publications in peer-reviewed journals.
The independent study asked how the research about organizations in the Latin American context has evolved and how it could move forward. The study reviewed 1,940 peer-reviewed articles published in the field of entrepreneurship during the 2004–2021 period and examined the most influential publications, authors, journals, and research organizations studying entrepreneurship in the Latin American region.
Professor Felzensztein´s work has more than 2,600 citations making him not only one of the most productive scholars on entrepreneurship in Latin America but also ranked among the top scholars worldwide in the field of coopetition and cooperative strategy. Currently, he is working on new impactful research on how entrepreneurship can be a vehicle for poverty reduction in emerging economies, which is aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for ending poverty and improving people's life.