Natalie Laibach attended the Annual European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conference on “Accelerating Knowledge Creation in Management” which took place in Reykjavik (Iceland) from 19 to 22 June 2018. The goal of the conference was to exchange of ideas among economists and mangers reframing these challenges as opportunities for innovation, which is often referred to as sustainability oriented innovation (SOI), where bioeconomy seeks to belong to. There she presented innovation types of the bioeconomy and first results of the Global Bioeconomy Expert Survey in the Sustainability, Circular and Green Tech Innovation track. The study is part of the STRIVE C2 Component and will hopefully initiate very interesting policy and management discussions.
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