All seminars are taking place in Elise Ottesen Jensen’s building, (277), University of Stavanger Business School at 11.30 (CEST), and also on zoom.
The Stavanger Centre for Innovation Research Innovation Seminar series are dedicated sessions exploring a variety of innovation-related topics.
Below you can see the overview of the sessions planned for autumn 2022:
- 1. September 2022: Ksenia Podoynitsyna- Beyond the Privacy Paradox: Asking for Unnecessary Privacy-Sensitive Permissions in Mobile Apps
- 8. September 2022: Andrei Mikhailov - Industry interaction, innovation capabilities and firm performance
- 22. September 2022: Tom Broekel - In the beginning was the Word – A text-based perspective on regional development
- 6. October 2022: Silje Haus-Reve - Related knowledge-just a competition of resources?
- 20. October 2022:
Elena Bon Torres - The first steps. Approach to a Government management model based on the management of science and innovation. Experience from underdevelopment
Kjersti Vikse Meland - Organizational capabilities promoting early market entry success in corporate innovation-based spin-off processes
- 3. November 2022: Marjan Shamsi - Employees' work-related well-being during COVID-19 pandemic: An integrated perspective of technology acceptance model and JD-R theory
- 17. November 2022: Ragnar Tveterås - Government policies, innovation and investments in offshore aquaculture
- 1. December 2022: Jason Deegan - Like umbrellas in the Rain: Path dependence in the Smart Specialisation priority selection for 2014-2020
- 8 December at 1200-1330: Mapping the "Innovation landscape" in the future: where is the field going?
Please be invited to an open discussion on Innovation studies now and in the future. RSVP to email@example.com if you would like to join. This is a physical event only.
- 15. December 2022:
Alina Meloyan – Bouncing beyond? Universities and their regional engagement in the COVID-19 pandemic
Andra Riandita - Sustainability-oriented partnerships: A closer look at the textile industry
Seth Addo - Patient experiences, patient outcomes and organisational climate factors among adult inpatients: A Systematic Review