Prof Colette Henry discusses a recent panel session held jointly by the OECD and the GWEP on the topic of women’s entrepreneurship policy.
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
Two recent digital articles by CIMR fellow Prof. Ben Laker (Henley Business School), published on Forbes, profile Professor Muthu de Silva’s work.
Our Summer term newsletter is available to download.
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.
To celebrate Muthu’s achievement, we have invited her to share with us some reflections on her research interests, research impact, and future plans.
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 this session, CIMR showcases its impactful research on innovation and regional inequality.
The positive and negative impacts of compliance with regulations and quality standards in the food industry were explored in this CIMR Debate in Public Policy.