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Technology and Management Centre for Development

Helping policy makers and firms improve lives through thriving innovation

Technology and management play pivotal roles in the development of nations and lifting countries out of poverty. Our centre engages in interdisciplinary research into innovation, technology and management throughout the developing world. This research informs public policymakers, private firms and individuals on some of the most important skills and capabilities in these areas which will help to lift nations out of poverty.

News

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Professor Xiaolan Fu addresses UN Plenary Expert Group on SDG8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

On the 10th of July, Centre Director Professor Xiaolan Fu participated in a UN High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. The Expert Group Meeting reviewed progress to SDG8: Decent…

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UNCTAD's Torbjorn Fredriksson joins Advisory Board for the IDMODEL Project

The TMCD is pleased to welcome Torbjörn Fredriksson as a member of the advisory board for the IDMODEL research project. Conducting field research with partners in China and Bangladesh, the IDMODEL…

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Kuaishou's Sinuo Chen joins Advisory Board for the IDMODEL Project

The TMCD is pleased to welcome Sinuo Chen as a member of the advisory board for the IDMODEL research project. Conducting field research with partners in China and Bangladesh, the IDMODEL project…

Research Themes and Projects
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Technology & Industrialisation in Developing Countries Programme
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China Innovation & Entrepreneurship Programme
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Diffusion of Innovation in Low Income Countries (DILIC)
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The Internationalisation of Emerging Market MNEs
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TEST Project
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The Inclusive Digital Model (IDMODEL)

Events

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Workshop and Seminars
TMCD-SBS Joint Workshop
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Classroom 1 'West Wing' at the Said Business School, Park End Street 
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Workshop and Seminars
TMCD-SBS Joint Workshop on "Innovation and Development"
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The Cormack Seminar Room (SR1) at the Said Business School, Park End Street