Abiodun E. & Oluwayemisi A. | Gabriel Yoguel
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About the Event
LECTURE-11 QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE RESEARCH APPROACHES IN NSI.
The lecture covers the following:
-Getting the right data
-Quantitative approaches: Description-based approaches, Regression-based approaches, Bibliometrics and Scientometrics
-Qualitative approaches: Ethnography, Phenomenology, Narration, Grounded theory, Case study
Gabriel Yoguel is Professor, Institute of Industry, National University of General Sarmiento (UNGS);Coordinator of knowledge economy area UNGS; Researcherin UNGS and CIECTI (Interdisciplinary Center of studies about science, technology and innovation); Level A at National commission of evaluation and university accreditation (CONEAU
Abiodun Egbetokun is an economist with a rich multidisciplinary background, is one of Nigeria's highest rated economists on IDEAS. His PhD in Economics complements a BSc in Mechanical Engineering and an MSc in Technology Management. He is currently Assistant Director, Research at the National Centre for Technology Management (NACETEM), Nigeria. His research focuses on understanding the microeconomic factors that shape the emergence, evolution and economic impact of entrepreneurship and innovation. He is the current President of the Nigerian Young Academy, a group of Nigeria’s leading young researchers and academics. He has been a visiting researcher at some of the world's best research clusters on innovation and entrepreneurship, including ODID, UNU-MERIT and CeSTII. His research has received funding from the DFG, DAAD, DFID (now FCDO), ESRC, GDN, NEPAD, the World Bank and others. He tweets @egbetokun and blogs at www.egbetokun.com/blogs.
Oluwayemisi Adebola Oyekunle is Associate Researcher at Tshwane University of Technology. Dr Oluwayemisi Adebola Oyekunle has worked as a lecturer and researcher for the past twenty-five years. The focus of her work lies on the arts, cultural and creative industries, cultural policy, indigenous knowledge, SMEs, entrepreneurship, and marketing. She is also the founder and CEO of the “Good Reward Foundation”, an organisation that trains and empowers young people and women in fashion design, textile production, and crafts making.