Congratulations to CIMR Visiting Fellow Prof. Carlo Milana and to his co-author Arvind Ashta for their top-cited article in the journal “Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance”
Upcoming paper development workshop for the Special Issue of Technovation on Innovation Intermediaries and Digital Technologies
In this first of two special issues of Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial finance, the twin focus is on gender and entrepreneurship and immigrant entrepreneurship. The seven papers of the present issue demonstrate the difficulties and opportunities faced by minority groups in different international contexts.
The eight papers selected for the Special Issue we have guest edited for the International Journal of Intellectual Property Management (Vol. 12, N. 1) contribute to filling three key gaps in the academic and policy discourse on universities’ contribution to sustainable development through third mission engagement.
A big welcome to the newest member of our CIMR team – Gabi Losito, our new Social Media and Engagement … More
TRIGGER was an applied five-country research project funded by the European Union which ran from 2014 to 2017, to research and address the nature and causes of underlying gender inequality in STEMM fields. The TRIGGER project’s final report, detailing the extensive achievements of the project, is now available to download.
A very Happy New Year from all of us at the CIMR! We have had a busy end to the year and there is lots to look forward to in 2022.
The Small Business Charter is an award for the UK’s world-class business schools and celebrates business schools that play an effective role in supporting small businesses, local economies and student entrepreneurship.
2021 was a very successful year for CIMR. Our contribution to societal knowledge and understanding and influencing thinking continues to grow through our path-breaking research and analysis.
The CIMR Autumn Term newsletter is out – with an update on everything that has been happening at CIMR over the past three months!