Ph.D.-School on Innovation and Economic Development
Globelics Academy 2011
Students



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Name

E-mail

Nationality
University
Presentations
1 Arevik KHNKOYAN
arevikh(a)sci.am
Armenian
Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Law of the National Academy of Sciences of Armenia
Development of Scientific and Innovation Policy in Armenia since 2000s
2 Mauricio URIONA MALDONADO
uriona(a)ieee.org
Bolivian
Federal University of Santa Catarina
Dynamics, Structure and Performance of Innovation
Systems: A Complex Systems Modeling Approach
3 Sravanthi CHORAGUDI


meenuchoragudi(a)
gmail.com
Indian
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Diffusion of Renewable Energy Technologies in Rural India: A Case of Domestic Biogas Plants
4 Nicholas MAVENGERE Nicholas.Mavengere(a)uta.fi
Zimbabwean
University of Tampere
Using Open Source Software for Improving Dialog in
Computer Science Education – Case Mozambique
University
5 Pascal DOH
Pascal.Doh(a)uta.fi
Cameroonian
University of Tampere
The 'National Innovation System' as a Framework for Enhancing the Socio-Economic- Contribution of Universities in Developing Countries: The Case of Cameroon
6 Aline FIGLIOLI alinefig(a)usp.br
Brazilian

University of São Paulo

Financing of Technology Parks Originated from Public-Private Partnerships:
Outlining Business Models
7 William QUARMINE
qandq2002(a)hotmail.com
Ghanaian
University of Ghana / Wageningen University
How do institutions mediate interactions within Ghana's cocoa sector towards cocoa bean quality assurance?
8 Dessalegn Molla KETEMA
dessmoll(a)gmail.com
Ethiopian

Bahir Dar University / University College Cork
Analyzing Multi-Stakeholder Interaction in Common Pool Resources Governance:
The Case of Lake Tana watershed, Ethiopia
9
Nejla YACOUB
yacoub_nejla(a)yahoo.com
Tunisian
Tunis University of Economics and Management / ULCO, France
Assessing the Pharmaceutical Innovation in Tunisia. Empirical Survey on the Firms' Knowledge Capital and Innovation System Analysis
10 Shih-Hsin CHEN
lbxshc(a)nottingham.ac.uk
Taiwanese
University of Nottingham
Industrialising Academia: Developing Knowledge Transfer and
the Biopharmaceutical Innovation System in Taiwan
11 Raeyoon KANG


bethe1(a)snu.ac.kr
Korean
Seoul National University
Diverse forms of Intellectual Property Rights and the Long term Evolution of Firm
Values and Performance: Patent, Petty Patents, Trademark and Designs in Korea
12 Zheng HUANG
Zheng.Huang(a)uta.fi
Chinese
University of Tampere

SME Strategic Management and Innovation - a Comparative Study Between Finland and China

13 Sophia KHALIMOVA sophiakh(a)academ.org
Russian
Russian Academy of Science
Small Innovative Business Development in Novosibirsk Region, Russia
14 Abiodun EGBETOKUN


aaegbetokun(a)gmail.com
Nigerian
Friedrich Schiller University of Jena
Absorptive Capacity and Network Dynamics in Developing Countries
15 Dan ZHOU doriszhou05(a)gmail.com
Chinese
Zhejiang University
Research on the Influence of the External Knowledge Intensive Service Activity (KISA) on the Product Innovation of Manufacturing Firms
16 José Miguel NATERA
jm.natera(a)pdi.ucm.es
Venezuelan
Complutense University of Madrid
The Dynamics of National Innovation Systems:
a panel cointegration analysis of the co-evolution
between Innovative Capability and Absorptive Capacity
17 Sungho RHO
aureliano(a)hanmail.net
Korean
Tsinghua University
Spatial Proximity and Knowledge Spillover of
Innovative Activity:
Spatial Econometric Growth Regression for China
18 Teemu MAKKONEN
teemu.makkonen(a)
helsinki.fi
Finnish
University of Helsinki
Innovative Capacity, Workforce Education, and Economic Development in Countries and Regions of the European Union
19 Rodrigo CORTES
rcortes(a)gatech.edu
Chilean
Georgia Tech
Can Agri-food Nanotechnology Contribute to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals in Developing Countries?
20 Mehdi MOHAMMADI


mohammadi.mehdi(a)
gmail.com
Iranian
Allameh Tabatabaei University
Formation of Emerging Technological Innovation Systems in Iran –
Case Study in Nanotechnology Sector
21 Flavio PEIXOTO
flaviojmpeixoto(a)
yahoo.com.br
Brazilian
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Nanotechnology Innovation Policy in Brazil: An Analysis
of the Economic Subvention Program
22 Amir TAHERIZADEH amir.taherizadeh(a)gmail.com
Iranian
University of Malaya
The Effects of the International Trade and Investment on the Malaysian SMEs’ Innovation Capability Development
23 Swapan Kumar PATRA
skpatra(a)gmail.com
Indian
Jawharlal Nehru University
Location, Structure, Motivation and Linkages of Foreign ICT and Biotechnology Firms in India and China
24 Jacky NIU J.Niu(a)uws.edu.au
Australian
University of Western Sydney
Dispersed Knowledge Networks and their Implications for National Innovation Systems (NIS) – An Investigation of Australia and China’s Scientific Relationships
25
Hanna Nari KAHLE
Nari.Kahle(a)whu.edu
German
WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management
26 Inna PLATONOVA
iplatonova(a)idrc.ca
Ukrainian
University of Calgary
27 A.S. ASHWIN
ashwinas07(a)iimb.ernet.in
Indian
Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
28 Chan Yuan WONG
wongcy111(a)gmail.com
Malaysian
University of Malaya
29

Alejandro LAVOPA

lavopa(a)merit.unu.edu
Argentinian
United Nations University, NL
TaSTI (Unit for science, technology and innovation studies)     IST (Instituto Superior Técnico)     IN+ (Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research)     ISEG (Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão)     GLOBELICS (The global network for the economics of learning, innovation, and competence building systems)