The Laboratory of Industrial and Energy Economics (LIEE NTUA) participated in the DRUID 2021 Conference, held at CBS in Copenhagen from 18 to 20 October 2021.
DRUID (Danish Research Unit for Industrial Dynamics) was established in 1995 by CBS, AAU and SDU, with the aim of promoting the promotion of innovation and entrepreneurship research in Denmark. Today, the DRUID Annual Conference is one of Europe’s largest management conferences and competes only with the US Academy of Management, attracting top innovation and entrepreneurship researchers from around the world. The 2021 conference was conducted with full in-person participation, with main research interests focusing on innovation and entrepreneurship.
LIEE’s participants were Aggelos Tsakanikas, Asc. Professor at NTUA and Director of LIEE, Aimilia Protogerou, senior researcher at LIEE NTUA, and PhD Candidates Petros Dimas and Dimitrios Stamopoulos. More specifically, the presented papers were (link in the title):
- Dimas, P., Stamopoulos, D., and Tsakanikas, A.: “Where does the knowledge come from? A framework for tracing embodied knowledge in Global Value Chains”
- Dimas, P., Caloghirou, Y., Tsakanikas, A and Vonortas, N..: “Business intangibles in global value chains: In search of export competitive advantage”
- Protogerou, Α., Kontolaimou., Α. and Caloghirou. Y: “Creative industries and resilience in times of crisis: The role of firm and entrepreneurial team characteristics”
Aggelos Tsakanikas, Aimilia Protogerou, and Petros Dimas also participated as discussants in various thematic sessions. More information on DRUID and the conference program can be found here.