1st International Summer School on Intellectual Capital
The first Summer School on Intellectual Capital aimed at bringing together different people from diverse disciplines, academics and practitioners alike, who would have an opportunity to share knowledge about intellectual capital and innovations. During the Summer School the participants interacted and worked in interdisciplinary teams. The keynotes and presentations allowed the participants to learn how to generate something new across the boundaries of disciplines.
Our Summer School covered broad interpretative issues and new research directions focusing on:
- Intellectual Capital Evaluation;
- Change Management;
- Relational Capital and Cluster Effects Analysis;
- Intangible Drivers of Innovation.
Keynote Speakers and Lecturers
Angel Barajas earned his Ph.D. degree in one of the leading universities in Spain - the University of Navarra. He has rich academic experience of paricipating in several applied research projects, has many publications and is currently a lecturer of Financial Management in the Department of Accountancy and Finance, the University of Vigo. His research interests lie in the fields of investment valuation and finance of sports. He is Director of the MBA in Sport at the University of Vigo.
Joseph Roevens Ph.D researches and lectures about participative forms of management and Change. He’s a professor at the NHTV Breda University in the Netherlands and a research associate of its Center for Cross-cultural Understanding, and Change. Dr. Roevens received his B.A. from Cornell University, advanced degrees from IEP, Ecole Centrale and HEC in Paris, and from the School of Advanced International Relations (SAIS) of Johns Hopkins University. In 2008, he obtained a Ph.D from Tilburg University. As a polyglot bridge builder, Dr. Roevens combines the subjects of economics, government, diplomacy, psychology, organizational development and ecological philosophy. His expertise covers all areas of management and sustainable Change, with a focus on entrepreneurial participation, corporate democracy, open book management and Chaos theory. Joseph is an Argentinian Tango dancer, who introduces executives and students to “The Tango of Change”. Read about his work on: www.ideaconnection.com/articles/00180-Creative-Chaos.html
Aleksey Oshchepkov is a senior research fellow at the Center for Labour Market Studies and an assistant professor in labour economics and applied economic analysis at the Higher School of Economics (HSE), Moscow. He holds a double master diploma of the HSE and Sorbonne Paris-1. He earned a degree of candidate of science in Economics at the HSE in 2009. His research interests primarily lie in the field of labour economics, regional economics, and applied (micro)econometrics.
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