The 6TH, 2018, Edition of the TBRP PhD course brought together doctoral researchers from Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Nigeria, Norway, Sweden who were researching interesting phenomena in diverse contexts such as:
- Speed and performance in the internationalization of technology-based firms
- Cultural and formal institutional distances effects on subsidiaries’ performance in Latin America
- Business models as obstacles for radical innovation
- Learning and change in the agriculture sector
- Effects of dynamic capabilities on the performance of knowledge-based firms in Southwestern Nigeria
- Barriers to sustainable Business Model Innovation in Swedish agriculture
- Seafood Eco-labelling, Environmental Governance and the Battle of “Sustainability”
- Investigating the micro-foundations of socio-economic impact of university-industry relations: A case study of the Science Faculty
- Modern slavery and stakeholders shared value creation synergy
- Risks and challenges of strategic alliances within Sustainable Supply Chain Management: Designing a risk management model
- Investigating the micro-foundations of socio-economic impact of university-industry relations: An ethnography
- Global technology collaboration, innovation and learning capabilities in the Kenyan wind industry
- Complexity theory in the Bayesian paradigm of Data-driven science
- Hybrid operating room in the making: Coordinating a complex medical practice
Doctoral researchers' feedback on the course may be found by visiting Testimonials page.
External and internal faculty provided support for the course: Dr. Andy Lowe, Grounded Theory Institute in California; Dr. Michael Fast, Aalborg University; and Professor Romeo V. Turcan, Aalborg University.
Moments captured during the course are available via Pictures and more via the course Facebook page www.facebook.com/tbrp.aau.dk.
This edition of the TBRP PhD course was supported by Halmstad University.