For advisors who choose stocks based on sharp management and who also like indexing, there's an option that promises both. After 20 years of research on entrepreneurial managers, Babson College professor Joel Shulman believes he has found his "Global Entrepreneurs"-the 415 best-managed public companies in the world with a market capitalization above $150 million.

He's providing a benchmark, a low-load mutual fund and customized funds for institutions. "We've created an index and fund that reflect what active stock-pickers look for in managers," he says.

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