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Chris Freeman Centenary Lecture Series
Welcome to Lecture No. 3
ORIGINS OF INNOVATION SYSTEMS
Rajesh G.K. & Swati Mehta | Francisco Louça
21 January - 2021 | 2:00 pm GMT. (London Time)
09.00 a.m. NEW YORK | 11.00 a.m. BRAZIL | 02.00 p.m. LONDON | 03.00 p.m. CET |
04.00 p.m. SOUTH AFRICA | 05.00 p.m. MOSCOW | 06.00 p.m. DUBAI | 07.30 p.m. INDIA
About the Series
Chris Freeman Centenary Lecture Series
INNOVATION SYSTEMS - 101
Date: 07 - January to 01 - April 2021 | Time: 2.00 p.m. GMT
09.00 a.m. NEW YORK | 11.00 a.m. BRAZIL | 02.00 p.m. LONDON | 03.00 p.m. NETHERLANDS | 04.00 p.m. SOUTH AFRICA | 05.00 p.m. MOSCOW | 06.00 p.m. DUBAI | 07.30 p.m. INDIA
Christopher Freeman is the founding father of modern Innovation Studies.
His influence on the discipline (and also the scholars involved), has been phenomenal. This online lecture series is a tribute to Freeman, in his birth centenary year.
The target audience is budding researchers, grad-students and inter-disciplinarians who aspire to use the analytical frame of Innovation Systems (IS) in their research, but lack a thorough grounding in the theory. The lecture series is designed to serve as a 'text book', giving them an opportunity to listen to and network with scholars already working in the domain.
We hope this would embolden grad-students, especially from Global South, where adequate training facility in 'IS' is still scanty. The online lecture series starts on 7-January and ends on 1-April, 2021.
Senior Innovation-scholars chair and discuss.
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'Innovation Systems -101' Lecture Series
- Rajesh G.K. & Swati M. | Francisco LouçaThu, Jan 21ZOOM online
- Lourenço F. & Nimita P. | Edward LorenzThu, Jan 28ZOOM onlineJan 28, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMTZOOM onlineLECTURE-4: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF NATIONAL SYSTEMS OF INNOVATION by Dr. Lourenço Galvão Diniz Faria, Copenhagen University, Denmark. & Dr. Nimita Pandey, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. CHAIR: Professor Edward Lorenz, Aalborg University, Denmark & University of Johannesburg, SA.
- Lilian Lihasi | Rasigan Maharajh & Rebecca HanlinFri, Feb 05ZOOM onlineFeb 05, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMTZOOM onlineLECTURE-5: THE EVOLUTIONARY CORE OF NATIONAL SYSTEMS OF INNOVATION by Dr. Lilian (Kidula) Lihasi, Consultant, The Lead Consortium, Kenya CHAIR: Professor Rasigan Maharajh, IERI, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa. Dr. Rebecca Hanlin, Innovation and Development Specialist, AfricaLics
- Olga M. & Manuel G. | K.J. JosephFri, Feb 12Zoom onlineFeb 12, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMTZoom onlineLECTURE 6: THE INSTITUTIONAL ASPECT OF NSI by Dr. Olga Mikheeva, UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, UK & Dr. Manuel Gonzalo, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Brazil. CHAIR: Professor Joseph K.J., Gulati Institute of Finance and Taxation (GIFT), India
- Kenneth F. & Gifty A. | Mammo MuchieFri, Feb 26ZOOM online
- Kehinde M. & Elvis K. Avenyo | Manuel M. GodinhoWed, Mar 03ZOOM onlineMar 03, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMTZOOM onlineLECTURE-9: NATIONAL SYSTEMS OF INNOVATION AS AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TOOL. by Dr. Kehinde Medase, College of Business & Economics, University of Johannesburg, SA. & Elvis K Avenyo, Oxford TMCD, University of Oxford CHAIR: Professor Godinho, Manuel Fernando Cilia De Mira, ISEG University of Lisbon
- Abiodun E. & Oluwayemisi A. | Gabriel YoguelWed, Mar 17ZOOM onlineMar 17, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMTZOOM onlineLECTURE-11 QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE RESEARCH APPROACHES IN NSI. by Dr. Abiodun Egbetokun, National Centre for Technology Management, Nigeria & Dr. Oluwayemisi Oyekunle, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa. CHAIR: Professor G. Yoguel, Ntl. University of General Sarmiento, Argentina
- Carlos G. Acevedo & Getachew S. | Gabriela Dutrenit & Lena TrojerWed, Mar 24ZOOM online
- Bengt Åke LundvallThu, Apr 01ZOOM onlineApr 01, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMT+1ZOOM onlineLECTURE-13: CONCLUDING ADDRESS AND Q&A SESSION Speaker: Bengt-Åke Lundvall, professor emeritus in economics at Department of Business and Management at Aalborg University, Denmark. Chair: Professor Helena M.M. Lastres, Institute of Economics of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
- João Tavares & Verónica R. | Giovanni DosiWed, Jan 13OnlineJan 13, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMTOnlineLECTURE-2: The Economics of Technological Change by Dr. João Marcos Hausmann Tavares, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil & Dr. Verónica Robert, CONICET - UNSAM, Argentina. CHAIR: Professor Giovanni Dosi, Institute of Economics Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa. Moderator: Dr. Nanditha M.
- B. Å. Lundvall | Alan FreemanThu, Jan 07Online