2 April 2019
A next meeting within the Lunch Seminar series will take place on Wednesday, May 22 at 1.15 pm in room A103. This time, dr Jacek Lewkowicz will present his work "Innovation through collaboration" (the abstract below).
Everyone is welcome – Faculty members, PhD students, MA and BA students, as well as guests from outside of our Faculty, so please spread the word. A light (sandwich) lunch will be provided.
The full schedule of the seminar series in this term is available here.
If you would like to present in the seminar, please contact Ewa Zawojska via e-mail ().
Abstract: What kinds of market cooperation are crucial for developing innovations? Is collaboration with other enterprises, clients or competitors worth it? Recent journal articles and professional reports review the scope of the problem, while the question of public policies encouraging private firms to develop innovations is critical for the ongoing national and international programs for raising innovativeness of economies. The aim of the paper is to review the sphere of relevance of different types of market collaboration for innovativeness and to verify as well as compare their significance in European countries empirically, by using econometric techniques.
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