Two members of CIMR, Jacqueline Winstanley (Visiting Fellow) and Helen Lawton Smith (CIMR Director) are respectively the project lead and the academic lead on a new research project sponsored by Innovate UK: the Road to Wonder Enquiry.
Innovation policy and the COVID-19 pandemic: What role for co-creation and crowdsourcing instruments?
Our workshop with panellists Professor Muthu De Silva, Professor Ana Colovic and Dr Annalisa Caloffi explored how the pandemic has shaped the future of co-creation and crowdsourcing.
Project report: Addressing regional inequalities in innovation opportunities for ethnically diverse and disabled entrepreneurs
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.
Entrepreneurship Policies Through a Gender Lens
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
What can we learn from Absorptive Capacity?
On Friday 23 June, CIMR was delighted to bring together a group of experts in the field of business innovation … More
Workshop on Absorptive Capacity: Conceptual and Empirical Issues
Find out more about our next workshop on 23rd June and how to attend.
Policies for innovation networks: do requirements on network composition work?
Policy requirements on the composition of innovation networks should be used sparingly, as they can be counterproductive to fostering network effectiveness, as well as learning and experimentation.
CIMR: Innovation Investment and Economic Recovery Workshop
The details of our recent event at Birkbeck on 23rd February 2017: CIMR: Innovation Investment and Economic Recovery Workshop