Professor Helen Lawton Smith is part of the research team behind the Supporting Diversity and Inclusion in Innovation report
Technology clusters are actually monopoly clusters. Fred Guy, Simona Iammarino and Maryann Feldman consider the reasons and implications in their recent paper published the The Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society.
This post has been contributed by Dr Ashok Kumar, Birkbeck. Dr Kumar’s book Monopsony Capitalism: Power and Production in the Twilight of the Sweatshop Age has been published by Cambridge University Press in 2020
This post provides some background on the forthcoming CIMR webinar examining to what extent gaming technology can provide a catalyst for adult learning, especially in that hard to reach demographic group termed the “NRS cohort” (DofE 2020) i.e. young adults (GenZ) in insecure employment and often hard-to-reach through formal training and education institutions (NESTA 2020).
Our very successful series of online lunchtime seminars is continuing in early 2021 with an exciting programme of events. The events take place on Wednesdays between 1 and 2 pm
Our final CIMR Debate in Public Policy of the Autumn term brought together experts from industry and the government to explore the positive role technology has to play in transforming society.
In their latest paper, Muthu de Silva, Federica Rossi, Ainurul Rosli and Nick Yip develop a conceptual framework linking affective evaluations, perceived challenges, perceived benefits and success of university-business collaborations. This framework is then tested using sentiment analysis applied to 415 written reports.
CIMR alumnus Professor Peter Jelfs, now at Brunel University, introduces his research exploring the interconnections between investment decisions, the financial performance of spinoffs, their survival, and the regional context
Our latest Debate in Public Policy webinar brought together academics, practitioners and policymakers to discuss the future of entrepreneurship evaluation.
On Tuesday 3rd November, the CIMR hosted its second alumni event, showcasing the activities of the CIMR to current MSc students.
Our latest Debate in Public Policy explored the impact of welfare reforms on disabled entrepreneurs and the support needed to help them thrive.