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Central European Business Forum
This year, the Central European business Forum focuses on using innovation as an avenue to connect Victorian SMEs to businesses, markets and other opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe.
Public lecture: How Does Economics Shape Science?
Professor Paula Stephan, Georgia State University, is a global expert in the economics of science. She will draw on her extensive research to discuss how incentives and cost affect scientific behaviour around the world and the lessons for today.
Maroondah BizWeek: Women in Leadership
Women comprise half the labour force. Is your business making the most of this talent pool? Professor Santina Bertone from Swinburne Business School helps find the right strategies for your business. Book now!
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Centre for Transformative Innovation & Swinburne Law School: Research Seminar
Moot Court, TD120, Swinburne University,
Join Associate Professor Catherine de Fontenay from Melbourne Business School as she explains the decline in labour outcomes of science graduates, using data from the Survey of Doctorate Recipients and the NSF Science and Engineering Indicators.
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Centre for Transformative Innovation & Swinburne Law School: Research Seminar (17 August)
Moot Court, TD120, Swinburne University,
Matthew McKay from ANU examines the impact of trade liberalisation on export performance over a 50 year period. Join us for this free lunchtime seminar!
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Centre for Transformative Innovation & Swinburne Law School: Research Seminar (11 August)
Moot Court, TD120, Swinburne University,
Don't miss Professor Paula Stephan from Georgia State University deliver this free lunchtime seminar on 'Bias against Novelty in Science: A Cautionary Tale for Users of Bibliometric Indicators'.
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Distinguished lecture: Co-designing ethical interventions in resource constrained environments
BA403, BA Building,
Paul Cunningham from the Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT) Chapter of the IEEE will present this distinguished lecture for the Information Systems for Social Impact (IS4SI) Research Group.