'Innovation for Development' Part Two
Light food and beverages will be provided given the lunch time start.
Presentations for June 1st
Guillermo Casasnovas (DPhil Programme – Said Business School) “How is ambiguity resolved in the early stages of market formation? Insights from the UK social investment market.”
Kaihua Chen (Visiting Fellow, TMCD – Chinese Academy of Sciences) “How can we measure innovation systems? From sciento-metrics to inno-metrics.”
Yawen Li (Visiting Fellow, TMCD – Tsinghua University) “When do firms undertake international open innovation?”
Hao Xu (Research Officer, TMCD – MNEmerge Project) “Social network and knowledge transfer in MNEs.”
We invite researchers currently researching topics relating to our centre’s work to present and stir discussion. These research seminars are intended to connect active researchers and students on the topics of innovation, technology and management for development. This is a chance to exchange ideas, learn and connect not just with TMCD staff, researchers and fellows but also the innovation research community at large at Oxford. These afternoons are a great opportunity to seek feedback from our peers and gain new perspective on our own work.
The Technology and Management Centre for Development (TMCD) acts as a hub for knowledge exchange and dissemination of research through its annual conferences, workshops, seminars and lectures. Each year the Centre draws some of the world’s finest thinkers to Oxford to debate some of the most pressing issues relating to technology and management for development.
1 June 2016, 13:00 (Wednesday, 6th week, Trinity 2016)
Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road OX1 3TB
Seminar Room 2 or 3
Guillermo Casasnovas (Said Business School),
Kaihua Chen (Chinese Academy of Sciences),
Yawen Li (Tsinghua University),
Hao Xu (MNEmerge Project)
Technology and Management Centre for Development
Ms Chiyi Tam (Oxford TMCD),
Dr Shaomeng Li (Oxford TMCD)
Organiser contact email address:
Prof Xiaolan Fu (Oxford TMCD)
'Innovation for Development' Research Seminars 2016
Members of the University only