Business

Partnership development

Growth and Innovation Models for Challenging Times

Date(s)

9/03/2017 - 9/03/2017

Time

10:30AM - 1:00PM

Location

Queen's University Belfast

Speaker: Professor John McHale, NUI Galway

Professor John McHale, Established Professor of Economics and Dean of the College of Business, Public Policy, and Law at the National University of Ireland, Galway, delivered a morning masterclass, at Riddel Hall, Queen’s University Belfast on Thursday 9th March 2017. The event was opened by Nola Hewitt-Dundas who is Professor of Innovation Management and Policy at Queen's.
 
The masterclass entitled ‘Growth and Innovation Models for Challenging Times’ explored the current state of Irish economic development models and discussed the challenges that recent political events such Brexit and the election of President Trump may bring.
 
In his presentation Professor McHale explored responses to such challenges. He stated that the international economic and financial crisis led to a shift in emphasis from innovation-driven growth to a more direct focus on job creation, and highlighted the importance of national innovation systems.
The event was attended by 45 delegates representing a range of industries and sectors across from Northern Ireland. The InterTradeIreland EU Programmes Manager Carrie Small brought the event to a close at 1:00pm.
 
The All-Island Innovation Programme is delivered in partnership with InterTradeIreland, Queen’s University Belfast, NUI Galway, University College Dublin and University College Cork.
 
For more information about InterTradeIreland, please visit: http://www.intertradeireland.com/all-island-innovation-programme/

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