DEVELOPING INNOVATION ECOSYSTEMS
Thursday 24 September 2015
The September 2015 webinar was delivered by PROFESSOR LUIZ MÁRCIO SPINOSA, and PROFESSOR CELSON PANTOJA LIMA.
PROFESSOR LUIZ MÁRCIO SPINOSA is Dr ès Sci Innovation Ecosystems at the Pontifical Catholic University of Parana, Polytechnic School (Full Professor), Postgraduate Program in Urban Management (Researcher), International MBA in Innovation Management (Coordinator).
PROFESSOR CELSON PANTOJA LIMA is a Visiting Scholar at the Industrial Performance Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor at Federal University of Wester Parà, Amazon Region, Brazil. Celson is a visiting researcher at the MIT IPC, working on a research project involving IPC expertise and the Brazilian industry. The main focus of the project is to study and assess innovation matters in the Brazilian industry – from supply chains, regional ecosystems, and roles to be played by all stakeholders involved in these scenarios. Additionally, Celson has been involved in the organization of international conferences, such as CIB 2010 (W78), CIB 2009 and 2007 (W102), ECPPM 2006, CE 2006, CE 2003, PRO-VE 2006, PRO-VE’99. He has published more than ninety papers for journals, conferences, and book chapters.
During the Webinar the Brazilian innovation eco-system was presented and analyzed thought the identification of specific factors affecting the development of a supportive innovation ecosystem. Some specific recommendations were discussed in order to review the present Brazilian public policies.
The recommendations aim at fostering a culture for innovation and building an innovation ecosystem in Brazil.
A video-recording of the Webinar is freely available to THA member at www.triplehelixassociation.org/webinar-series.
EVALUATION OF ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITIES: A MACRO AND MICRO PERSPECTIVE
Wednesday 25 November 2015 @ 18:00 CET (TBC)
Economist, OECD Skills for Entrepreneurship
OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
Professor for Entrepreneurship
Munich University of Applied Sciences
CEO, Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship
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