Centre for Transformative Innovation
The Centre for Transformative Innovation (CTI) was founded in 2014 as part of Swinburne's Faculty of Business and Law. CTI was launched with the aim of better informing public debate on public and corporate policy on innovation. We are multi-disciplinary, politically non-aligned, impartial and independent.
Our researchers have a strong record of publications in leading economics, public policy and social science journals, including: The Review of Economics and Statistics, RAND Journal of Economics, European Economic Review, Economics Letters, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Strategic Management Journal, Research Policy, PLoS ONE, Regional Studies, National Tax Journal, British Journal of Sociology, Organization Science, American Journal of Public Health, Oxford Economic Papers, Journal of Economic Surveys, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Journal of Mathematical Psychology, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Health Economics, and Energy Economics.
Our vision and mission
Global prosperity through knowledge and innovation.
To improve innovative capacity in Australia, and beyond, through understanding the processes though which ideas and inventions enhance productivity.
To be a global leader in research on technology and innovation for policy and management.
To be a focal point for researchers and policy advocates who are interested in studying how and why innovation occurs and what its effects are.
31Oct Centre for Transformative Innovation & Swinburne Law School: Research Seminar 31 October
Join Professor Richard Harris as he explores the implications of the United ...
10Nov Centre for Transformative Innovation & Swinburne Law School: Research Seminar
Join Kylie Pappalardo from Queensland University of Technology as she argues that ...
16Nov The 1st Australian Social Network Analysis Conference
The MelNet Social Network Research Group - part of the Centre for ...
18Nov The 7th Asia Pacific Innovation Conference
Bringing together scholars and doctoral students working on economics, management and law ...