Workshop 5: Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Concepts and Measurements
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This series of workshops aims to share, exchange, and develop research and ideas about the Entrepreneurial Ecosystems. It builds on the ESRC-funded project on the Entrepreneurial and Innovation Ecosystems in the UK and Japan, by bringing the academic and policy perspectives together to learn about institutional contexts, practices, and experiences from a wide range of ecosystems.
The presented papers and research depict one or more of the following aspects of the Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: spatial aspects, networks, challenges, governance, policy, roles of various actors, structure, evolution, success or failure, measurement, conceptual development, and related themes.
Speakers include: Prof Martin Bliemel, University of Technology of Sydney; Prof Martin Obschonka, Queensland University of Technology; Prof Allan O’Connor, University of South Australia; Dr Agata Kapturkiewicz, University of Oxford; Prof, Richard Harrison, University of Edinburgh; Prof Hiroyuki Okamuro, Hitotsbashi University.
It is the first workshop hosted by the newly formed Centre for Innovation Policy Research, Cardiff University:
The workshop is co-organised by the Universities of Cardiff and Edinburgh:
Dr Dan Prokop
Dr Fumi Kitagawa
Prof Robert Huggins
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