Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Research on innovation and entrepreneurship seek to understand the underlying phenomena that are connected to the emergence of viable innovations and firms. 

Research on innovation and entrepreneurship seeks to understand the underlying phenomena that are connected to the emergence of viable innovations and new firms. At the Centre for Entrepreneurship we have chosen to specialize on management and development of new businesses - based on technology. In other words we seek to get a better understanding of technology based innovations from studies of the synergy between technology and social conditions, like the interaction between technology and social needs, and the selection process there.

In general, scholars at the Center for Entrepreneurship are interested in studying the emergence of new market categories, opportunities creation and recognition, factors that promote and inhibit innovation, coopetition, and the role of management teams in the development of new technology-based businesses.

In addition we look at the role management teams and their leader have in the development of new technology based businesses, if entrepreneurs identifies or creates opportunities, og - last but not least - how management teams creates, developes and manages competetive strengths. What promotes and inhibits cultures of innovation is also an interresting topic for research.

Published Jan. 27, 2011 1:52 PM - Last modified June 22, 2016 11:27 AM