The Initiative for Studies in Technology Entrepreneurship invites anyone interested to attend its fall 2007 technology entrepreneurship research seminars and policy & practice talks.
Research Seminar guests will include:
Duke University, Finance
Research subjects: Financial intermediation, particularly commercial banking, investment banking, and venture capital
Sourthern Methodist University, Law
Research subjects: Intellectual property and policy
MIT, Mgm’t of Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Research subjects: The effect of academic and industry collaborations of scientific fields, gender differences in life science faculty patenting
University of Michigan, Strategy
Research subjects: Innovation and strategy in biopharmaceuticals
Policy and Practice Seminar guests will include:
Carl Schramm (tentative)
Subject: Entrepreneurship education and research, economic development
DETAILS ON THESE EVENTS, including links to the speakers’ biographies and papers as they become available, may be found on the INSITE website
Key Partners Producing This Events
Weinert Center for Entrepreneurship
Erdman Center for Operations and Technology
Strategic Management in the Life and Engineering SciencesManagement
Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy
The Initiative for Studies in Technology Entrepreneurship would like to thank the Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy for its generous support of these seminar series and fundamental research on technology entrepreneurship at UW- Madison.
Along with other partners such as the Weinert Center for Entrepreneurship, the Erdman Center for Operations and Technology Management and the Strategic Management in the Life and Engineering Sciences, these seminars represent an important forum for faculty and others with an interest in technology, entrepreneurship and related matters to engage one another in constructive conversation and learn more about emerging insights in various fields.