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


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Name

E-mail

University
Presentations
Professor/
Student Commenting
1
AFOLABI Michael

curiousmaikl (a) yahoo.com
University
College Hospital, Ibadan, Oyo State
Is the National Health Bill Innovative Enough? Dilemmas of the Nigerian Healthcare System
CHATAWAY / PARK
2
AGYEI-HOLMES Andrew
Andrew.Agyei-Holmes (a) open.ac.uk
The Open University
Walking the Tight Rope of Tillage Technology Choice: The Peasant’s Dilemma in the Ubaruku Village of Tanzania
MUCHIE / SHEIKH
3
ALMEIDA Bethania de Araújo

baraujo2010 (a) gmail.com
Federal University of Bahia
In pursuit of a dengue fever vaccine: collaboration dynamics in the invention process and candidates undergoing clinical trials
CHATAWAY / WOODSON
4
AMPWERA Meshach
meshach.ampwera (a) soc.kuleuven.be
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Beyond Traditional Development Cooperation Interests: The EU and Chinese Development Cooperation Policies on Infrastructure and Innovations Support in Ethiopia and Rwanda
LASTRES / VALDMAA
5
AWOLEYE, Olusesan Michael

awoleye (a) yahoo.co.uk
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
Assesment of Innovation Capability in Selected Information Communication Technolofy Clusters in Nigeria
MANI / DASTRANJ
6
DASTRANJ Nasrin
ndastranj (a) gmail.com
Tarbiat Modares University The Role of Open Source Software in the Development of Software Industry in Developing Countries with Weak Intellectual Property Rights (the Case Study of Iran local Operating System) MANI / AWOLWEY
7
EJIM EZE Emmanuel
ezeigwe1949 (a) gmail.com
University of Port Harcourt
Research on Progress: Organizational learning and Eco-innovation in Automobile Firms in a Developing country: A focus on Nigeria
LORENZ / OBAYA
8
GRAS Natalia
nataliagras (a) gmail.com
Metropolitan Autonomous University
An Agent Based Model of Inclusive Innovation
NIOSI / PANDEY
9
HAO Junchao
haojc (a) casted.org.cn
Beijing Normal University
Industrial Innovation and S&T Resource Allocation: Case Study of the New Industrial R&D Institutions in China
MALERBA / JEGEDE
10
JEGEDE Oluseye

jegede.seye (a) yahoo.com
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
Technological Innovation Capability Mapping in the Formal Mining Sector in Nigeria
MANI / HAO
11
KEBEDE Kassahun

ykassahun (a) gmail.com
Ritsumeikan University
Diffusion of Solar Innovations in Ethiopia and Other Developing Countries: Systemic Barriers and Innovation Systems Building Practices
LUNDVALL / SCHMUTZLER
12
LIN Jie
jlin (a) casipm.ac.cn
Institute of Policy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Policy Framework for Innovation-driven Development in China
LUNDVALL / VON BOCHKOR PODCAMENI
13
MARQUES Sylvia

sylvinhafmarques (a) gmail.com
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Information and Telecommunications Technology (ICT) and the Changes in the Center-Periphery System
CASSIOLATO / PUGH
14
OBAYA Martin
martin.obaya (a) monash.edu
Monash University
An analysis of technological learning and mandate allocation processes in automotive multinational companies in the MERCOSUR
LORENZ / EJIM EZE
15
OMWENGA Brian

bomwenga (a) alum.mit.edu
University of Nairobi
Defining the African Tech-Innovation System & Tech-Innovation Index
MUCHIE / PONCHEK
16
PANDEY Poonam
p.pandey23 (a) gmail.com
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Responsible Innovation: Analytical concept, policy instrument or rhetorical bubble?
NIOSI / GRAS
17
PARK Dongoh

parkdo (a) indiana.edu
Indiana University
Innovation Faded: Transition into Online ID system in Korea and Conflict in Global Ecosystem
NIOSI / AFOLABI
18
PONCHEK Talya

talya.ponchek (a) gmail.com
University of Haifa
Evaluating the Innovative Strength of Collaborations in Scientific R&D: The Case Study of Stem Cell Research in Israel
CASSIOLATO / OMWENGA
19
PUGH Rhiannon

r.pugh (a) wales.ac.uk
Cardiff University
Developing a theoretical framework for the analysis of innovation policy in a weaker region
CASSIOLATO / MARQUES
20
SALEHI Fatemeh

fatemeh.salehiyazdi (a) postgrad.mbs.ac.uk
University of Manchester
Commercializing Emerging Technologies through Networks: Case of Nanotechnology in the UK
KAUTONEN / THOMAS
21
SCHMUTZLER Jana

uribe.schmutzler (a) gmail.com
Bergische Universität Wupperta
The contingent effect of regional social capital on the effectiveness of external information sources for innovation: A developing country perspective
LORENZ / KEBEDE
22
SHEIKH Fayaz Ahmad
fayazjustinternational (a) gmail.com
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Measuring Informal Innovations: Study of Grasssroots Innovation of Kashmir
MUCHIE / AGYEI-HOLMES
23
SMIRNOVA Yelena

pav_lina (a) mail.ru
Suleyman Demirel University
Effective Governance of University-Industry Knowledge Transfer: A Study of Telecommunications Sector of Almaty, Kazakhstan
GODINHO / ZHANG
24
THOMAS Elisa
thomaselisa (a) gmail.com
Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos 
The role of intermediaries in collaborative innovation projects
KAUTONEN / SALEHI
25
VALDMAA Kaija
kaija.valdmaa (a) ttu.ee
Tallinn University of Technology
Government-designed export promotion instruments for environmental technologies: the case of Estonia
LASTRES / AMPWERA
26
von BOCHKOR PODCAMENI Maria Gabriela

gabriela.podcameni (a) gmail.com
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Innovation Strategies in the Brazilian Wind Energy Innovation System
LUNDVALL / LIN
27
WOODSON Thomas

tswoodson (a) gatech.edu
Georgia Institute of Technology- Atlanta, GA
EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE POOR: How Nanomedicine and Public Private Partnerships are Used to Address Diseases of Poverty?
CHATAWAY / ALMEIDA
28
ZHANG Qiantao

q.zhang (a) wales.ac.uk
Cardiff University
Universities, Knowledge Networks, and Regional Development: Perspective from UK Regions
GODINGO / SMIRNOVA
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)