Albert and James explore what the new EU funding for experimental innovation support means for innovation agencies and evidence.
Read the latest blogs from the IGL network.
Read the first blog from an IGL funded trial into the effects of online-based entrepreneurship programmes from the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship.
What effect do tools and training have on the Kenyan furniture industry? The Busara Center for Behavioral Economics launches a trial funded by IGL.
Michael Leatherbee explores whether structured accountability can drive performance in a trial funded by IGL.
An IGL funded trial, carried out by the NBER, explores the impact of matching grants and promoting high impact entrepreneurship in Mexico.
This month IGL begins funding a research project by MIT and EPFL researchers on the market impact of patenting. This question is important because the granting of patent rights is a central public policy tool to incentivizce innovation.
A month ago, we gathered over 250 policymakers, practitioners and researchers working in innovation, entrepreneurship and business growth for the Innovation Growth Lab Annual Conference.
The data revolution is transforming our economy and society, from the way we shop to the way we date. But what about Research, Innovation and Growth (RIG) policy?
Today we are opening the IGL2017 Global Conference. Around 250 policymakers, practitioners and researchers from over 30 countries are coming together in Barcelona to explore new innovation, entrepreneurship and growth policy ideas.
Intangible assets, particularly intellectual property (IP), are widely regarded as ‘the currency of the knowledge economy’.
For more than a decade, companies across Europe have been spending more on R&D, software, designs and copyright materials, process engineering and training than they do on ‘hard’ assets.
Imagine you had $10 million to develop a new programme or policy instrument to support innovation, entrepreneurship or business growth. Given carte blanche, what would you spend it on?
Ahead of the Innovation Growth Lab’s annual conference in Barcelona, we asked five innovation and enterprise experts to answer this question.