This CIMR Debate in Public Policy “Leapfrogging or levelling up? Driving place-based growth” was stimulated by the increasing focus of … More
University venture capital in big data, regional and historical perspective: where and why has it arisen?
This paper tracks the flows of university venture capital (UVC) around the world. The United States is at the top of the list, with the UK, Canada, and Japan also being in the top tier.
A special issue. Reconceptualizing university contribution to knowledge exchange: broadening our understanding of motivations, channels and stakeholders
The seven papers selected in this volume published on Studies in Higher Education, seek to broaden our understanding of KE in a broader context, with more diverse audiences and impacts, and deepen the understanding of tensions and trade-offs between university missions.
CIMR Debate in Public Policy – Industry 4.0: Is the UK catching up?
On April 26th we held a CIMR Debate to discuss the state of the Industry 4.0 in the UK and … More
Innovation ecosystems in core digital technologies. What semi-conductor industry for Europe?
Semiconductors play a crucial role in critical infrastructure and national security, making them highly sought-after and globally traded products. However, the global semiconductor industry is facing shortages due to the COVID-19 pandemic, geopolitical tensions, and the specialized nature of the value chain. With their recent study, Blandine Laperche and Dimitri Uzunidis highlight the specialized nature of the semiconductor value chain, with different regions specializing in specific segments of the chain.
CIMR Research in Focus 13: Innovation and academic knowledge exchange
Our CIMR members have been very busy working on a variety of new papers and studies, and with this blog we would to deep dive into the latest research produced in the fields of Innovation and academia and knowledge exchange during the last term.
Professor Muthu de Silva appointed as Head of Research, Innovation and Knowledge Exchange for Birkbeck’s new Faculty of Business and Law
Congratulations to CIMR member Professor Muthu De Silva for being appointed as Head of Research, Innovation and Knowledge Exchange for the … More
Spring 2023 Newsletter is here!
With the end of another busy term we would like to present you with our latest Newsletter which captures the key research activities and latest updates from our CIMR community.
Urban spaces, inclusivity and entrepreneurs with disabilities
In her new paper published on Land, Helen Lawton Smith discusses the formal networks that have been established to support disabled entrepreneurs, and dentifies the key importance of specialised networks in making connections and bringing about systemic change in urban spaces.
‘CIMR Research in Brief’ video series: Dr Nicola Searle on Trade Secrets & Copyright and Business Models
In this new video for the ‘CIMR Research in Brief’ series, Dr Nicola Searle talks about her research on trade secrets, and on the relationship between copyright and business models