Christopher Freemen Centenary Year 2021-22
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Meeting ID: 852 9580 3304
Freeman Projected into the Future
Three online seminars on the Freeman Special Issue of Innovation and Development
Jointly organised with Globelics and Innovation and Development Journal
July 28, August 11 & 25
Time: 2.30 PM – 4.10 PM GMT+1 (London)
| Adelaide 11:00 PM | Athens* 4:30 PM | Auckland 1:30 AM Next Day | Beijing 9:30 PM | Berlin* 3:30 PM | Brisbane 11:30 PM | Cairo 3:30 PM |Calgary* 7:30 AM |Cape Town 3:30 PM | Chicago* 8:30 AM |Denver* 7:30 AM |Dubai 5:30 PM | Hong Kong 9:30 PM |Honolulu 3:30 AM | Houston* 8:30 AM |Jakarta 8:30 PM |Karachi 6:30 PM |Kiev* 4:30 PM |Kuala Lumpur 9:30 PM | Lagos 2:30 PM | London* 2:30 PM | Los Angeles* 6:30 AM | Manila 9:30 PM | Melbourne 11:30 PM |Mexico City* 8:30 AM |Moscow 5:30 PM | Mumbai 7:00 PM | Nairobi 4:30 PM | New York* 9:30 AM | Paris* 3:30 PM | Perth 9:30 PM | Phoenix 6:30 AM | Riyadh 4:30 PM | Santiago 9:30 AM | Sao Paulo 10:30 AM | Singapore 9:30 PM | Sydney 11:30 PM | Tel Aviv* 4:30 PM | Toronto* 9:30 AM | Vancouver* 6:30 AM | * : Under daylight saving time (DST) or summer time adjustment.
To contribute to the celebration of Christopher Freeman's 100th birthday anniversary, the journal Innovation and Development has organised a special section containing a diverse selection of essays and comments from early career scholars. The aim was to hear the voices of younger scholars concerning the relevance of Freeman’s ideas in the context of present-day development issues. The special issue was guest edited by Gabriela Dutrénit and Judith Sutz.
To make these voices of early career scholars be heard more broadly, Globelics and the journal Innovation and Development are organizing three online seminars. The seminars will have the format of a conversation between authors of essays and comments for the special issue and senior scholars who were close to Chris Freeman.
Susan E. Cozzens
Globelics | Innovation & Development Special Issue | cris-is.org
Meeting ID: 852 9580 3304 | Passcode: 2021
This zoom link, ID and passcode are common to all the three events.
- 25 Aug, 2:30 pm GMT+1ZOOM
Chris Freeman Centenary Lecture Series
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PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF THE THEORY
Christopher Freeman is the founder of modern Innovation Studies. His influence on the field has been phenomenal. This online lecture series organized by CRIS-IS.ORG is a tribute to Freeman, in his birth centenary year. The first season of the series titled ‘Innovation Systems-101’ dealt with the theoretical aspects of Innovation Systems (IS). The series was noted for its content and participation. In response to the popular demand for a series on practical application of IS, we announce Innovation Systems-102.
Target audience of Innovation Systems-102 is budding researchers, grad-students and inter-disciplinarians who aspire to use the analytical frame of Innovation Systems (IS) in their research, but face difficulty in the practical application of the theory. IS-102 is designed to give them an opportunity to listen to and network with scholars already working in the domain. We hope this will embolden grad-students, especially from Global South, where the training facility in 'IS' is still scanty.
The IS-102 series will start on 8th October 2021, and feature lectures once in two weeks.
Each session will consist of a presentation followed by comments, giving an opportunity to presenters to have their work and ideas discussed by senior innovation scholars. Simultaneously, IS-102 offers the opportunity to those attending to learn from real-life experience, how theory can be applied in research. Other benefits include a certificate and enhanced visibility in the academic network.
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About the Series
Chris Freeman Centenary Lecture Series
Christopher Freeman is the founder of modern Innovation Studies.
His influence on the field 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 Chris Freeman Centenary 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 started on 7-January and would last throughout the year.
The first series titled Innovation Systems-101 was streamed live-online between 07.01.2021 and 07.04.2021 and was a glaring success. The second season titled Innovation Systems-102 - Practical Application of the Theory will be launched during October, 2021.
INNOVATION SYSTEMS-101: The first seson of Chris Freeman Centenary Lecture Series was live streamed online from 1st January to 7th April, 2021. The series featured the following lectures.
LECTURE-1: INAUGURAL LECTURE: Innovation System Research and Economic Development ' -07.01.2021 | LECTURE-2: The economics of technological change -13.01.2021 | LECTURE-3: Origins of Innovation Systems -21.01.2021 | LECTURE-4: Theoretical foundations of National Systems of Innovation -28.01.2021 | LECTURE-5: Evolutionary core of NSI -05.02.2021 | LECTURE-6: The institutional aspect of NSI -12.02.2021 | LECTURE-7: Different approaches to NSI - 19.02.2021 | LECTURE-8: Application of NSI -26.02.2021 | LECTURE-9: NSI as economic development tool -03.03.2021 | LECTURE-10: Critique on NSI, Dilemmas and New Challenges -10.03.2021 | LECTURE-11: Quantitative and Qualitative Research Approaches in NSI. -17.03.2021 | LECTURE-12: Developmental universities in inclusive innovation systems - 24.03.2021 | PANEL DISCUSSION-1 (01.04.2021) Foundations, Evolution, Development and Global South: PART-I | PANEL DISCUSSION-2 (07.04.2021) Foundations, Evolution, Development and Global South: PART-2
'Innovation Systems -101' Lecture Series
- RSVP ClosedWed, 07 AprZOOM07 Apr, 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm UTCZOOMInnovation Systems: Foundations, Evolution, Development and Global South : PART-II Richard Nelson | Xiaolan Fu | Charles Edquist | Susan Cozzens | Giovanni Dosi | Michiko Iizuka | Francisco Louça | Franco Malerba | Judith Francis | Laurens Klerkx | Smita Srinivas | Edward Lorenz
- RSVP ClosedThu, 01 AprZOOM online01 Apr, 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm UTCZOOM onlineInnovation Systems: Foundations, Evolution, Development and Global South: PART-I Alan Freeman |Ann Kingiri |Bitrina Diyamet | Carlota Perez | Helena Lastres | Joseph K.J | Judith Sutz | Keun Lee | Lena Trojer | Mammo Muchie |Marina Szapiro | Rasigan Maharajh (Moderator)
- RSVP ClosedWed, 24 MarZOOM online
- RSVP ClosedWed, 17 MarZOOM online17 Mar, 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
- RSVP ClosedWed, 03 MarZOOM online03 Mar, 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
- RSVP ClosedFri, 26 FebZOOM online
- RSVP ClosedFri, 19 FebZOOM online