How can refugees engage in entrepreneurship, and accordingly, contribute to innovation and economic development in different host countries?
The aim of this research is to demonstrate how refugees can transfer their skills, abilities and motivations into business and to examine the factors affecting their entrepreneurial activities.
Knowledge transfer is a term used to encompass a broad range of activities to support mutually beneficial collaborations between universities, businesses … More
In January 2017, the UK Government released a green paper outlining a new industrial strategy that aimed to address the … More
On Friday 23 June, CIMR was delighted to bring together a group of experts in the field of business innovation … More
On June 2nd 2017, a delegation from the Education Department of Henan Province (PRC) visited the Centre for Innovation Management … More
Find out more about our next workshop on 23rd June and how to attend.
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.
The details of our recent event at Birkbeck on 23rd February 2017: CIMR: Innovation Investment and Economic Recovery Workshop
“Most global University rankling systems privilege publication activity, with the effect of driving out other academic contributions to the economy and society.”