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Welcome to the Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship conducts research and education in the field of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management of Intellectual Assets.

The subject area deals with innovation processes with a focus on entrepreneurship and intellectual assets. More specifically, it focuses on the different determinants of innovation processes, the actors involved, and the related social and economic consequences.

The research on innovation and entrepreneurship aims to explain the correlation between, and to identify methods and strategies to promote, innovation and entrepreneurship in a societal and organizational perspective. Also the effects on individuals, organizations, businesses, institutions and knowledge due to innovation-related societal changes are analyzed.

The institute offers single-subject courses at both Bachelor´s and Master´s level, two Master´s programmes, and doctoral education.

Recent publications

Knowledge, entrepreneurship and regional transformation: contributing to the Schumpeterian and evolutionary perspective on the relationships between them
Martin Henning, [2020-04-03]

Co-Evolution of Knowledge-Intensive Entrepreneurial Firms and Science Parks in an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem: Capabilities supporting BioBay at Suzhou Industry Park, China
Jun Jin, [2020-04-01]

Exploring the roles of researcher-based projects in Swedish university incubators
Linus Brunnström, [2020-04-01]

Graduate Students as Boundary Spanners: How Academic Engagement can influence Firm Innovation
Karin Berg, [2020-04-01]

Knowledge-intensive Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Public and Private Knowledge Generation
Maureen McKelvey, [2020-04-01]

Negative Unintended Consequences as a Counterbalance to Innovation: The Macchiarini case as innovation governance at the interface between scientific research and clinical practice
Maureen McKelvey, [2020-04-01]

Organizational Routines and the Growth of Knowledge in Engineering: Evolving modes of academic engagement in biomedical engineering at Chalmers University of Technology 1948-2018
Maureen McKelvey, [2020-04-01]

Creating, Maintaining and Dismantling a Hybrid Space for Sustainability Research: Exploring the practices of academic engagement in a university-industry centre
Rani Dang, [2020-04-01]

How Academic Engagement Through Graduate Students Can Affect Firms’ Search Capabilities for Innovation: A Micro-level Analysis of Firm Employed PhD Students in Engineering
Karin Berg, [2020-04-01]

Role of Local Government in Fostering the Development of Emerging Industry: A Market-oriented Policy Perspective
Jun Jin, [2020-04-01]

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