Press release: http://www.belmontforum.org/news/twelve-transnational-projects-to-receive-11-5-million-euros-for-research-on-transformations-to-sustainability/
We are excited that our proposal was selected to receive funding from the Belmont Forum, a pan-international social science research body. The project focuses on studying how IP models can help to accelerate sustainability transitions, particularly analysing sustainable business models for clean energy and the circular economy.
Starting in October, the IPACST project will run for three years. Project partners include:
- Department of Management Studies at the Indian Institute of Science (Anjula Gurtoo)
- Chair of Innovation Management at Freie University Berlin in Germany (Carsten Dreher and Elisabeth Eppinger)
- The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) at Lund University in Sweden (Nancy Bocken).
- The Centre for Technology Management, Intellectual Property and Innovation Management research group, University of Cambridge (Frank Tietze).
Total projects funds are about 1m€. UK funds for the project come from the Global Challenges Research Funds, respectively the ESRC. The project is among 12 selected consortia projects out of 155 eligible proposals.
We will soon be looking to recruit a postdoc, preferably with research expertise in IP and licensing, but also sustainable innovation and the circular economy.