The final report of the project “Addressing regional inequalities in innovation opportunities for ethnically diverse and disabled entrepreneurs”, supported by the Regional Studies Association, has been published, and is available to download.
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An interview with new CIMR member Dr Fumi Kitagawa
To celebrate Fumi joining us, we have asked her a few questions about her research interests, impact, plans for the future, including her engagement with CIMR.
CIMR receives Public Engagement Award for the CIMR Debates in Public Policy series
Our project ‘CIMR Debates in Public Policy’ was ‘Highly Commended’ in the Innovation category at Birkbeck’s Public Engagement Award 2022.
Two recent articles on Forbes feature CIMR academic Muthu de Silva
Two recent digital articles by CIMR fellow Prof. Ben Laker (Henley Business School), published on Forbes, profile Professor Muthu de Silva’s work.
The CIMR Summer newsletter is here
Our Summer term newsletter is available to download.
CIMR academic Muthu de Silva promoted to Professor
To celebrate Muthu’s achievement, we have invited her to share with us some reflections on her research interests, research impact, and future plans.
CIMR Spring newsletter is out
The CIMR Spring 2022 newsletter is available to download.
Our CIMR colleague Loet Leydesdorff is the 34th most cited scientist in the Social Sciences and Humanities worldwide
All of us at CIMR would like to congratulate CIMR Visiting Fellow Prof. Loet Leydesdorff who, according to Research.com, is ranked #34 in the world ranking (and #3 in Netherlands) in the Social Sciences and Humanities.
CIMR Fellows appointed as Birkbeck Visiting Professors
We are proud to announce that two of our CIMR Fellows and active members of the CIMR community, Prof Tomasz Mroczkowskiand Prof Martin Meyer, have been appointed as Visiting Professors at Birkbeck until 2025.
Call for abstracts – “Research uses of HEBCI survey data and future development of the HEBCI”
A one-day workshop is being organized by Dr Federica Rossi (Birkbeck Department of Management) and Dr Abhijit Sengupta (Surrey Business School) in partnership with the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) focussing on the HE Business and Community Interaction (HE-BCI) data set, its ongoing HESA led review and future plans.