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
Professor Klaus Nielsen led this Debate in Public Policy, asking whether the USA is right to be worried about China’s rising power as a technological innovator.
Birkbeck University together with University College London and a researcher from the South Western University of Finance and Economics in China have collaborated with NHS England to collect and analyse diagnostic PET-CT [Positron Emission Tomography-CT] imaging data pertaining to 90% of all diagnostic PET-CT scans undertaken in England during the first wave of the Coronavirus disease pandemic.
This report by Dr Ellen Yu draws on an empirical global study of more than 1,900 large-cap companies which looks at the possible mechanisms that could deter large companies from engaging in ESG greenwashing. The findings show that firms exposed to greater scrutiny are less likely to engage in ESG greenwashing and suggest that ownership and governance factors are essential in dissuading firms’ ESG greenwashing behavior.
The Centre of Innovation Management Research at Birkbeck has been invited to organize an event at the Bloomsbury Festival 2020. … More
Developed in conjunction with the OECD Local Economic and Employment Development Programme, HEInnovate is an initiative of the European Commission’s DG Education and Culture, designed specifically for use within HEIs. In this short blog, Prof. Colette Henry describes its objectives.
This initiative has the aim of improving the research output, research impacts and research led culture of the Departments of Management and Organizational Psychology.
Prof Grazia Ietto-Gillies reflects on the economic implications of spatial distance, particularly during the pandemic
Covid-19 has given rise to a heated debate within the EU over debt mutualisation. Drawing lessons from the creation of Airbus, Daniele Archibugi argues the EU would be better served by focusing on how member states could pool their resources to create new companies capable of competing in emerging sectors.
Europe must look beyond keeping companies on life support and staunching national debts to a continent-wide reconstruction driven by public investment. Post contributed by Daniele Archibugi