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Finance, Innovation and Equity

Professor Janette Rutterford

Professor of Financial Management
FBL; Open University Business School

7 April 2017, 14:29

Alan Shipman

Lecturer in Economics
FASS; Economics

10 April 2017, 14:42

Dr Roberto Simonetti

Senior Lecturer in Economics
FASS; Economics

10 April 2017, 14:44

Financial Institutions and Economic Security (FIES)

Driven by industrial innovation, in the last half of the 20th century, the populations of the advanced nations of North America and Europe attained, on average, very high standards of living. Yet, in the first decade of the 21st century, large numbers of people in these nations are economically insecure.

15 June 2015, 16:02

Dr Dimitris Sotiropoulos

Senior Lecturer in Finance
FBL; Open University Business School

10 April 2017, 14:48

Firm Growth Dynamics under Different Knowledge Regimes

The project studies co-evolution of innovation and firm performance measures (such as growth rates, profits and stock prices) during different periods of the industry life-cycle and in different 'types' of industries.

15 June 2015, 16:04

Dr Andrew Trigg

Senior Lecturer in Economics
FASS; Economics

10 April 2017, 15:01

Culture and Innovation Dynamics: Explaining the uneven evolution of human knowledge

Innovation is the fundamental engine of growth, employment and better quality of life. Yet, whether we look at it from the point of view of income distribution, welfare effects, quality of life, scientific advances, or sheer profitability, we observe that such advantages are unevenly distributed.

15 June 2015, 16:05

Professor Mariana Mazzucato

Institute for Innovation & Public Purpose, UCL
Visiting Professor: FASS; Economics

12 April 2017, 14:13

Finance, Innovation and Inequality

The Lisbon Agenda set out a new industrial policy for an enlarged European Union that aims to enhance long-term economic performance and improve the ability of European firms to generate innovation and growth. This will require improvements in the generation of new knowledge and better translation of new inventions into the commercial innovations that generate productivity improvements and economic growth.

15 June 2015, 16:07

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