This study sheds light on the importance of geography in understanding the support available in the UK for disabled and ethnically diverse entrepreneurs through formal networks which provide specialised support.
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.
Grazia Ietto Gillies argues that sectors are now seen as relevant in innovation and technology studies, after a few decades in which their study was neglected.
A Special Issue published in Strategic Change (Guest editors: Carla Susana Marques, Vitor Braga, João J. Ferreira, and Helen Lawton Smith) challenges stereotype images of entrepreneurs by exploring how minority groups contribute to the economic growth of local, regional, and national economies
CIMR Research in Focus is a quarterly series presenting a curated list of blogs from the Centre of Innovation Management Research. Here we discuss our main achievements in the 2022 Summer term.
The EU-funded THEI2.0 project comparatively analysed the user experiences of two tools designed to support the entrepreneurial university. Prof Colette Henry describes the key takeaways.
In his new book, prof. Ron Smith provides an economic analysis of why major weapons systems tend to be delivered late, over budget and unable to meet requirements: how the market structure, demand by the military and supply by the arms firms, shapes the conduct of the agents and generates the poor performance observed.
To celebrate Ashok’s achievement, we have invited him to talk to us about his book’s key message, beneficiaries, and research plans.
In a recent study published in Papers in Regional Science, we proposed an original methodology to map the regional distribution of IoT competences in Europe.
This new book, edited by Beldina Owalla, Tim Vorley and Helen Lawton Smith, breaks new ground in its central focus on the experiences of women innovators in different geographic and institutional contexts in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America