Research Institute for Innovation Management
Economics and management of innovation and entrepreneurship
In the context of the post-2007 global financial crisis, new frameworks and tools need to be analysed and developed, such as circular and resilient economy, systemic and interactive innovation, bio-based products, and multi - actor approaches.
Moving towards a more competitive economy and a resilient society requires a deeper understanding of current trends and the development of new tools for innovation management. Similarly, the global business revolution draws on digital innovation and the adoption of disruptive technologies, new business models, and strategies based on creative thinking and deeper understanding of the growing volumes of data and information available.
Bio – based innovation, Business analytics, Business strategy, Circular economy, Competitiveness, Global value chains, Internet of things, Legal issues, Multi-actor approach and interactive innovation, Open innovation, Resilient economy, Strategic innovation, Systemic innovation, User-driven innovation