Department of SITE
(Science, Innovation, Technology, and Entrepreneurship)
The SITE department focuses on how science and technology can help facilitate innovation and an entrepreneurial mindset.
Members of the department conduct world leading interdisciplinary research around current business topics such as: digital economy, entrepreneurship, circular economy, ethical and sustainable innovation, simulation and analytics, network science, and the strategic implications of innovation.
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Academic performance, Agri-food, Big data, Bullwhip effect, Business and human rights, Business regulation, Circular economy, Climate change, Community-based resilience, Computational social science, Contagion of behaviours, Continuing entrepreneurship, Control theory, Corporate social responsibility (CSR), Entrepreneurship, Environment, Ethics, Food security, Global health, Governance, Grand challenges, Group support systems (GSS), Information diffusion, Innovation, Innovation management, International business, Institutional logics, Institutional theory, International trade, Knowledge transfer, Multinational corporations (MNCs), Network theory, Non-market strategy, Operational research, Performance economy, Problem solving, Problem structuring methods (PSMs), Process-practice, Qualitative methodologies, Qualitative research, Responsible innovation, Sense-making, Social and environmental disclosure, Social entrepreneurship, Social impact, Soft operational research (Soft OR), Strategy-as-practice and resourcing, Supply chain management, Sustainability, Sustainable finance, Technology governance
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