The course aims at providing an introduction to the main theoretical and empirical issues surrounding the economic analysis of innovation. In particular, the course will discuss how innovation emerges in modern economies and how it interacts with the dynamics and evolution of sectors. The course will examine alternative ways of conceptualizing innovation; the sources and procedures of innovation; the relationship between market structure and innovation; the trade-offs and dilemmas in terms of strategy and social welfare which characterize innovative environments.
This training course empowers start-up and scale-up women entrepreneurs by developing green digital entrepreneurship knowledge and skills in order to increase their economic empowerment. The course is designed to guide participants through the concepts and benefits of green business, green and circular economy and sus tainability concepts. It also explores digital green concepts, how to green supply chains and green finance. This course has been made possible with the support of the Women's Entrepreneurship Accelerator (WEA).
The course is Intended for policy-makers, decision-makers, innovators and ecosystem builders who wish to build thriving entrepreneurial communities that can navigate technological revolutions and create competitive ICT industries. The course introduces key terminologies, concepts, tools and steps to assess your country's innovation capacity through practical information. Upon completion of the course, you will understand: Innovation, digital ecosystems and digital transformation, and their relationship to national development priorities.