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
The new special issue of Triple Helix 9 (2022) is a response to the Leydesdorff and Lawton Smith (2022) paper published in Triple Helix Triple, Quadruple, and Higher Order Helices: Historical Phenomena and (Neo-) evolutionary Models.
Our recent study published in Research Policy presents a comparison of the effects of innovation vouchers and technology and innovation advisory services on various measures of business performance.
The starting point for this special issue was the lack of analysis of the contribution of university students to regional economies. Collectively the papers offer an understanding of the effects of student activity upon the knowledge, skill and entrepreneurial bases of regions.
The main theme of this book is digital transformation, with artificial intelligence at its core. It shows how this transformation upsets the world pecking order as China catches up with the US and as tech giants from the two countries take on key roles in the digital innovation race.
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 first three months of 2022.
In our article published in the Public Administration Review’s Viewpoint series, we aim to understand to what extent have the governments worldwide and public administrations more generally used crowdsourcing to tackle issues associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a recent report, Dr Federica Rossi, in collaboration with NCACE, has carried out an exploratory analysis of impact case studies submitted to the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, with the objective to identify the key actors and processes involved in the generation of arts and culture-related impact.
In their new paper, Federica Rossi and Abhijit Sengupta analyse what kinds of interventions are associated with greater diversification, or conversely greater specialization, in universities’ knowledge exchange profiles.