Business and Territorial Competitiveness, Innovation and SustainabilityPhD programme

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      Two research areas

      Economy and territorial competitiveness

      Related to two research groups:

      Research sub-areas

      • Economic growth
      • Economy and International Trade
      • Territorial and Cluster Strategies and Policies: definition and assessment
      • Innovation Systems
      • Entrepreneurship and Business Demographics Policies
      • Sustainable Economics and Sustainability Policy
      • SMEs, family businesses and social enterprises: influencing economic development

      Management of organisations and business competitiveness

      Related to two research groups:

      Research sub-areas

      • Strategic Management (Competitive Corporate Strategy, with particular emphasis on Internationalisation Strategies and Digital Strategy)
      • Knowledge and Innovation Management
      • Entrepreneurs and Creation of New Businesses
      • Corporate Social Responsibility and Stakeholders
      • SMEs, family businesses and social enterprises: strategic and managerial issues
      • Human capital
      • Marketing
      • Finance

      Training Activities

      What research training activities are included in PhD programmes?

      The PhD programmes feature a range of both cross-cutting and specific research training activities for each programme. These activities focus on excellence in training new researchers and optimum development of  research competences.

      Research training activities include: courses, meetings, seminars, attendance to congresses, publication of articles and mobility stays.

      The aim is to create a space for intellectual encounters where researchers can develop their training in an appropriate context.

      Furthermore, these activities are programmed to ensure that students gain international experience through:

      • Stays at foreign universities or research centres
      • Completion of international theses and participation in international conferences
      • Talks by visiting lecturersat the activities.

      These activities are held throughout the training period.

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