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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

In governance we trust. Experimentation at the interface between medical research and clinical practice.
Maureen McKelvey, [2018-12-10]

The evolution and embeddedness of knowledge-intensive entrepreneurial firms in creative industries: contrasting experienced and non-experienced entrepreneurs in the Swedish fashion industry
I. Hermanson, [2018-12-07]

New bums on opera seats - the transition from feudalism to liberal society mirrored in European opera houses 1750 - 1824
Staffan Albinsson, [2018-12-05]

Exploring scientific publications by firms: Should firms have academic or corporate partners in order to publish?
Maureen McKelvey, [2018-10-04]

Knowledge-intensive ecosystems for Swedish innovation & entreprenuership policy
Maureen McKelvey, [2018-10-04]

CO-EVOLUTION IN KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE ECOSYSTEMS: A CASE STUDY OF KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE INNOVATIVE ENTREPRENEURSHP IN HORSETECH
F Malerba, [2018-10-04]

Industry Dynamics and Relatedness of Knowledge: Knowledge Transfer Through Labor Mobility and Entrepreneurship in the West Swedish Textile Industry
Snöfrid Börjesson Herou, [2018-09-26]

The influence of the entrepreneur's prior industry experience on the venture's survival: A comparative analysis on the role of relatedness in two parts of the West Swedish textile industry
Snöfrid Börjesson Herou, [2018-09-26]

The influence of the entrepreneur’s prior industry experience on the venture’s survival in renewal and growth: A comparative analysis on the role of relatedness in two parts of the West Swedish textile industry
Snöfrid Börjesson Herou, [2018-09-26]

Influence of geographical proximity on labor-mobility in the renewing textile industry in West-Sweden: A relatedness approach
Snöfrid Börjesson Herou, [2018-09-26]

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