Higher Education Policy and Management

S&T and Innovation


Towards a "Learning Society"

The Process of Technical Change

Cities, and regional development

Technology and Economic Inequality

Globalization, diversification and technology capacity in the auto parts sector


New energy systems: photovoltaics


Collaborative Learning And Virtual Teaming

Fostering entrepreneurship at the University

Case Study: Biotecnol

The IMPACT PROGRAM


Laboratory of Technology, Management
       and Policy
 
   

Mission  

To develop and use advanced research methodologies for the analysis of techno-economic systems.

To promote the exchange of knowledge in advanced technologies and the management of technology and innovation for the optimisation of industrial processes, as a way to promote competitive advantages at the corporate level;

To derive science and technology policies and innovation strategies, namely in terms of socio-economic growth.


Main Research Areas  

The Laboratory is organised on the basis of Research Areas, which include a range of projects. These projects provide the necessary external funding, namely from national and international funding agencies and/or private companies. The following is a list of the main Research Areas, under which the most important activities under development are presented.

Systems for Knowledge Creation, Diffusion and Usage:
  • Higher Education Policy and Management: main research results
  • S&T and Innovation: Competences and Performance
Learning Economy: Institutions, Technological Change and Employment.
  • Towards a "Learning Society": avenues for S&T policy research
  • The Process of Technical Change: Innovation and History
  • Technological Change and the challenges for Regional Development
  • Technology and Economic Inequality
  • Globalization, diversification and technology capacity in the auto parts sector
Management of Technology and Innovation: Technology Commercialization
  • The IMPACT PROGRAM
  • Collaborative Learning And Virtual Teaming
  • Fostering entrepreneurship at the University
  • Case Study: Biotecnol