Our latest Debate in Public Policy welcomed representatives from business, finance and academia to identify the key barriers facing Black and ethnic minority entrepreneurs and the next steps to move closer to equality in innovation.
Dr Jonathan Potter (OECD), Professor Colette Henry (Dundalk Institute of Technology) and Professor Severine Le Loarne-Lemaire (Grenoble Ecole de Management) discussed the findings of a new report examining entrepreneurship from a gender perspective in this CIMR Debate in Public Policy
In this short video, Mr. Romeo shares his research (with Helen Lawton Smith, Erran Carmel and John Slater) about quantum technology, an emerging but significant technology that may shape our future.
In this panel event, researchers and practitioners in inclusive entrepreneurship came together to explore a co-designed pathway to support disabled entrepreneurs.
CIMR Research in Focus is a monthly series presenting a curated list of blogs from the Centre of Innovation Management Research. This month the topic is CIMR’s engagement in entrepreneurship teaching and support.
In this video, Dr. Filippetti introduces his co-authored CIMR working paper, Individual risk attitudes and local unemployment: Evidence from Italy in the Great Recession.
In this short video, Dr. Baines introduces one of her co-authored working papers, Disability entrepreneurship research: review and critical reflection through the lens of individual-opportunity nexus, co-authored with Dr Te Klangboonkrong
In this short video, our newly graduated Ph.D. student Dina Mansour discusses her experience of doing her PhD at Birkbeck, University of London.
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.
Dr Gaby Slavcheva and Dr Mirella Koleva are not your average mother and daughter. Both holding PhDs in science, the pair moved away from academia to found Quantopticon, a company which aims to rapidly speed up the development of quantum components to bring this exciting new technology to market.