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
Dr Ning Baines and Prof Helen Lawton Smith discuss some new evidence about university spin-offs emerging from their research
Some pitfalls in evaluating the performance of intermediary organizations in dynamic environments. Post contributed by Dr Federica Rossi
Make sustainability the lodestar for post-pandemic policy. Post contributed by Daniele Archibugi, Andrea Filippetti and Marion Frenz
CIMR PhD student Ayse Seyyide explains the motivation behind her research exploring refugee entrepreneurship in urban settings.
In this short video, entrepreneur and PhD student Doyin Olorunfemi discusses her research and how she hopes it can help other entrepreneurs
Gender, Science and Innovation Editors, Helen Lawton Smith, Colette Henry, Henry Etzkowitz and Alexandra Poulovassilis, Edward Elgar, Published January 2020. … More