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Joint Activities

Dr Luca Andriani along with Dr Federica Rossi organised a workshop on "Creating an Interdisciplinary Research Environment” that took place at Birkbeck on March 20. The workshop brought together academics involved in running research centres, as well as representatives from funding bodies and research evaluators, to debate what are the advantages and challenges of developing, managing, evaluating and performing interdisciplinary research. The workshop also focused on the challenges of putting these ideas into practice, particularly in relation to the managing of research centres. For more information about the workshop see here: http://www.bbk.ac.uk/events-calendar/creating-an-interdisciplinary-research-environment

The workshop was funded by a College Collaboration Competition Grant awarded jointly to the Centre for Political Economy and Institutional Studies (CPEIS), the Centre for Innovation Management Research (CIMR), the London Centre for Corporate Governance and Ethics, and the Centre for European Critical Law (School of Law)

Centre for Innovation Management Research

Dr Federica Rossi Chaired a session at the UCL/SEES workshop on “Rethinking Industrial and Innovation Policy for European Periphery and catching up Economies”, February 23 2018.

Prof. Lawton Smith and Prof. Nielsen organized a workshop on the topic of “Innovation and the UK’s Industrial Strategy: How Did We Get Here and Where Are we Going?”, March 23 at Birkbeck. In the workshop, participants discussed the new governmental White Paper on the UK’s Industrial Strategy.

Transforming Institutions by Gendering Contents and Gaining Equality in Research (TRIGGER)

The TRIGGER team has organised a PhD seminar on 21 March 2018 on “Gendering Research: Qualitative Approaches to Study Gender in Management Within a Constructionist Philosophy”. The Speaker was Dr Rebecca Whiting, Department of Organisational Psychology, Birkbeck. PhD students Tahani Al-Harbi and Mark Stringer led the following Q&A.