|The Chair of Business Dynamics, Innovation, and Economic Change at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany, focuses on the scientific fields of entrepreneurship, innovation, regional development, and public policy in both teaching and research. Current research projects deal with topics related to entrepreneurial universities and academic entrepreneurship, new business formation and business model innovation, technology transfer commercialization as well as public policy evaluation.|
|23 November 2018
The Chair of Business Dynamics, Innovation and Economic Change is looking for a new student/scientific assistant at the next possible date. For more information see here [pdf 198KB].
|30 October 2018
The BMBF-funded project "Modernisierungsblockaden in Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft der DDR: Entstehung und Folgen im innerdeutschen Vergleich und im Vergleich mit Nachbarländern in Ostmitteleuropa (MOD-BLOCK)" is looking for new student/scientific assistants at the next possible date. For more information see here [pdf 226KB].
|29 October 2018
The seminar "Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development" will be co-hosted by Thomas Hillar from Capgemini Invent who will present insightful, practical examples related to Business Model Innovation and Transformation.
|15 November 2018
A Special Issue on the topic of "Micro Level Academic Entrepreneurship" in the Journal of Management Development will be edited by James A. Cunningham and Matthias Menter. You can find the Call for Papers here.
|5 November 2018
The article "Public cluster policy and firm performance: evaluating spillover effects across industries" by David. B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann, Matthias Menter and Nikolaus Seitz has been accepted for publication in Entrepreneurship & Regional Development: An International Journal.
|29 October 2018
The article "Value creation in the quadruple helix: a micro level conceptual model of principal investigators as value creators" by James A. Cunningham, Matthias Menter and Conor O'Kane, published in R&D Management, was one of the journal's top 20 most downloaded recent papers publiushed between July 2016 and June 2018.