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
Tag: economic development
CIMR panel on ‘Innovation and regional inequality’, Research Centres Impact Day
In this session, CIMR showcases its impactful research on innovation and regional inequality.
The Grameen Model and its applicability in developed countries
The Grameen model has also been used at various periods in the context of developed countries such as UK and the USA. The central research focus of this study is thus understanding the institutional challenges of adopting this model from the perspective of developing nations juxtaposed with that of developed countries.
Can satellite university campuses support economic development in peripheral regions?
In a recent article, Federica Rossi and Valentina Goglio (Studies in Higher Education, 2018) discuss the economic impact of university … More